Ex-LA Coliseum Execs Arrested On Undisclosed Felony Charges Two of the top former executives of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum were among three people arrested on unidentified charges, the District Attorney's office said Thursday.
Civic Leaders Want To Bring More Raves To San BernardinoCivic leaders in San Bernardino are hoping to bring more raves to the Inland Empire to jumpstart the local economy.
LA Music Festival Sees 17 Arrests, 31 Medical CallsPolice say they arrested 17 people and firefighters say they treated 31 at an overnight music festival at Los Angeles State Historic Park near Chinatown.
CA Regulators Say Coliseum Allowed Underage Drinking At RaveState regulators say the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum violated its license to sell alcohol by allowing teenage drinking during the Electric Daisy Carnival last year.
Coliseum General Manager ResignsThe general manager of the Coliseum resigned Tuesday.
Coliseum Director Asked To Resign Over Rave ControversyA member of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission called today for the resignation of the coliseum's executive director over a report that a top administrator was working simultaneously for the panel and a company planning a major rave event at the venue.
Report: Coliseum Manager Was Paid By Producer Of Deadly RaveThe person who helped plan security at a Los Angeles rave where a teen overdosed and later died was also a paid consultant for the company that produced the event.
Los Angeles County's Warning About Ecstasy Draws CriticismA Los Angeles County health warning about the dangers of the drug Ecstasy at raves is drawing criticism.
Buzz Kill: LA County Wants You To Take Ecstasy SafelyThe glow-stick industry may be buzzing over the latest public service announcement from L.A. County, but some say it amounts to an backhanded endorsement of illicit drug use.
USC President Urges Students To Stay Away From RavesUniversity of Southern California students are being urged to stay away from rave dance parties.
Family Of Girl Who Died At LA Rave Files $5M ClaimThe family of a 15-year-old girl who died of an ecstasy overdose after a rave has filed a claim seeking $5 million in damages from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission.