Ongoing coverage of the investigation into the assault at Dodger Stadium

Nov 26, 2012

$1.2 M Sought From Dodgers for Stow Hospital Costs

$1.2 M Sought From Dodgers for Stow Hospital Costs

A hospital spokeswoman said on Monday that the hospital bills are only partially paid.

Oct 25, 2012

Bryan Stow in Stands for Game 2

Bryan Stow in Stands for Game 2

Giants fans had an added reason to cheer during Game 2 of the World Series at AT&T Park

Aug 16, 2012

Governor Mulls Stadium Violence Bill

Governor Mulls Stadium Violence Bill

The Improving Personal Safety at Stadiums Act, if approved by Gov. Jerry Brown, will require professional sporting venues to prominently post numbers of stadium security that fans can call or text-message...

Jul 20, 2012

Stow Lawsuit Scheduled for Trial Next Year

Stow Lawsuit Scheduled for Trial Next Year

A trial involving a lawsuit filed in the case of a San Francisco Giants fan who was attacked by two men in the Dodger Stadium parking lot last year was scheduled for early next year.

Jun 22, 2012

Stow Assault Suspects Back in Court

Stow Assault Suspects Back in Court

Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez were ordered earlier this month to stand trial for the assault at Dodger Stadium.

Nov 14, 2012

Bryan Stow Suspects to Stand Trial

Bryan Stow Suspects to Stand Trial

Two men suspected of beating San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium last year have been ordered to stand trial, a judge ruled Friday.

Jun 7, 2012

Suspect's Sister Testifies at Stow Prelim

Suspect's Sister Testifies at Stow Prelim

The preliminary hearing will determine whether Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez will stand trial in the Bryan Stow assault.

Jun 6, 2012

Stow 911 Call: "We Need an Ambulance"

Stow 911 Call: "We Need an Ambulance"

Prosecutors play audio of a 911 call from the parking lot where Bryan Stow was attacked on opening day in 2011 at Dodger Stadium. Patrick Healy reports from downtown Los Angeles for the NBC4 News at Noon on June...

Jun 7, 2012

911 Call: Stow "Didn't See It Coming"

911 Call: Stow "Didn't See It Coming"

An emergency call played in court Wednesday described Bryan Stow's condition -- and the difficultly of identifying the perpetrator -- after Stow was beaten outside a Dodger game in

Jun 1, 2012

Friend: "Bryan Stow Looked Unconscious Going to the Ground"

Friend: "Bryan Stow Looked Unconscious Going to the Ground"

A friend of Bryan Stow describes two separate beating in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after the 2011 opening day game. The attacks left Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan, in a coma for

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Man Falls Approx. 30 Feet Trying to Cross Street

Man Falls Approx. 30 Feet Trying to Cross Street

A man is in serious condition after falling nearly 30 feet into the Santa Ana River bed when he was trying to cross a street near the Honda Center in Anaheim Friday, police said.

Magnitude-4.3 Earthquake Strikes Kern County

Magnitude-4.3 Earthquake Strikes Kern County

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Robbers Used Tasers on Mother and Son During Home Invasion

Robbers Used Tasers on Mother and Son During Home Invasion

A Highland resident says she’s just grateful to be alive after four robbers broke into her home and threatened her and her 30-year-old son for nearly an hour while the house was ransacked.

Children Sexually Assaulted in Park Bathrooms

Children Sexually Assaulted in Park Bathrooms

Police are looking for the man they believe sexually assaulted two boys this week at park restrooms in the South Bay.

Los Angeles E-Cigarette Ban Takes Effect

Los Angeles E-Cigarette Ban Takes Effect

E-cigarette smokers took their final legal puffs as the ordinance that bans the device from bars, nightclubs, restaurants and other public places took effect at midnight Saturday.

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Disgruntled Employee Arrested at LA Times Building

Police arrested a man on Friday who they said was depressed and threatening workers inside the downtown LA building used by The Los Angeles Times.