Full coverage: L.A. Coliseum scandal (second page)

L.A. Coliseum sued by family of girl who died after attending rave

L.A. Coliseum panel votes to pursue new lease with USC

Parks seeks ouster of L.A. Coliseum's top two officials

Coliseum official directed stadium work to firm he founded

Trojans may add a hurdle to the NFL's return

Two theater chains won't show film after near-riot in Hollywood

In canceling the screenings of 'Electric Daisy Carnival Experience,' Regal and AMC theaters cite 'the incident in Los Angeles.' A spokeswoman for the event's promoter expresses disappointment.

Coliseum official gets 17% raise amid scandal

Coliseum officials got big vehicle perks

Coliseum official's own companies made $1.7 million in deals

L.A. Coliseum officials tell USC they can't afford $60 million in renovations

Prosecutors raid homes of former Coliseum officials in ethics probe

Coliseum official profited on side deals

Coliseum official seeks to improve staff oversight

California accuses L.A. Coliseum of allowing teens to drink alcohol

L.A. Coliseum panel tightens rules on approving contracts

Giant rave will not return to L.A. Memorial Coliseum this summer, officials say

The Electric Daisy Carnival has been 'postponed,' its producer says. The two-day event was caught up in a conflict-of-interest scandal even as it faced criticism that it bred drug abuse.

L.A. Coliseum manager quits over aide's ties to rave promoter

The Coliseum Commission accepts Patrick Lynch's resignation and names the panel's finance director, Ronald Lederkramer, as interim manager. Lynch had authorized his deputy to double as a paid consultant to Insomniac Inc., the producer of last year's Electric Daisy Carnival.

Commissioners to discuss Coliseum manager's future

Coliseum official who worked for rave producer also hired a lobbyist

Todd DeStefano; in addition to being an administrator for the Coliseum Commission and a consultant to the producer of the Electric Daisy Carnival rave; hired a lobbyist to persuade the City Council to allow the controversial events to continue.

Rave support shrinks in light of Coliseum official's alleged conflict of interest

Commission president opposes the return of the Electric Daisy Carnival after the Coliseum's events manager is revealed to be also working for the rave promoter. Prosecutors are looking into possible legal breaches and the state's ethics watchdog is probing for conflict of interest.

Los Angeles Coliseum official was paid by rave firm

The administrator who helped plan security also worked for the producer of the Electric Daisy Carnival.

USC president urges students not to attend raves

Family files claim over teen's death after a rave

25 arrested, 17 hospitalized during rave

California legislation would ban raves at publicly owned venues

L.A. Coliseum commission decides to continue having raves

Los Angeles Coliseum panel urged to reconsider ending rave ban

Coliseum panel overturns ban on raves

16 attending rave are hospitalized

Coroner confirms Ecstasy overdose caused death of girl who went to rave

80 arrests, 16 medical calls at rave

Coliseum bans minors at 3 planned raves

Minors will be banned and an onsite team of emergency room doctors required. No new such events will be allowed at the stadium or the Sports Arena in the near future.

Coliseum commission will discuss ban on raves

A decision to keep a moratorium on new rave contracts, which was imposed after a suspected drug overdose death at the Electric Daisy Carnival, could be costly to the L.A. Coliseum and Sports Arena

Death at Electric Daisy Carnival draws attention to connection between raves and Ecstasy

Officials, doctors and participants acknowledge that Ecstasy use is increasing and particularly widespread during events such as raves.

L.A. Coliseum temporarily bans raves after teen girl's death

The suspected drug overdose death of a 15-year-old girl, Sasha Rodriguez, after a weekend rave causes Coliseum officials to call for a moratorium on raves.

Girl, 15, dies after weekend rave at L.A. Coliseum

The death of the teen, identified as Sasha Rodriguez, renews calls to ban raves from the LA Coliseum.

Keep raves out of the Coliseum, doctors urge

Drug overdoses and injuries send scores of teens and young adults to hospitals after the weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival.

One died and 18 were hospitalized after taking Ecstasy at an L.A. rave New Year's Eve

The man also used heroin after going home, a CDC report says. The document and a recent rave at the Cow Palace near San Francisco raise questions about holding such events at government-owned venues.