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  • Coliseum faces millions in losses

    Coliseum faces millions in losses
    The governing body of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum learned Wednesday that it is expected to lose millions of dollars this fiscal year, driving the taxpayer-owned stadium into a much deeper financial ditch as it reels from a costly corruption scandal....
  • Panel OKs Coliseum lease deal

     Panel OKs Coliseum lease deal
    The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission, teetering on the brink of financial ruin, approved a controversial deal Monday to surrender day-to-day control of the historic venue to USC. The 8-1 vote would virtually end public stewardship of the 88-year-...
  • Fugitive in Coliseum corruption case says he was whistle-blower

    Fugitive in Coliseum corruption case says he was whistle-blower
    A fugitiveĀ in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum corruption case says that for years he alerted his superiors to alleged criminal wrongdoing at the stadium, but they did nothing. In telephone and Skype interviews with The Times, former Coliseum contractor...
  • Porn video shot on Coliseum grounds

    Porn video shot on Coliseum grounds
    The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum field is the place where the USC Trojans play football, two Summer Olympics were staged, John F. Kennedy accepted the Democratic presidential nomination and Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass. It was also a location for...
  • State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief

    State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief
    State authorities are investigating whether the head of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum illegally sought a job with USC even as he was responsible for protecting taxpayers in talks to surrender control of the stadium to the university. The probe is...
  • President of L.A. Coliseum Commission resigns abruptly

    President of L.A. Coliseum Commission resigns abruptly
    The president of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission resigned abruptly Wednesday, saying he quit because his work on a deal to grant USC stewardship of the nearly bankrupt stadium was complete. David Israel's departure came as a key state...
  • Porn company had permit to film at Coliseum

    Porn company had permit to film at Coliseum
    The company that filmed hard-core sex scenes at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum obtained a permit for the shoot, but the document does not describe the movie as pornographic and the stadium's governing commission said Wednesday that it did not approve...
  • Legislature's black caucus objects to parts of USC-Coliseum deal

    Legislature's black caucus objects to parts of USC-Coliseum deal
    All nine members of the Legislature's black caucus are urging state officials to scrap parts of a deal that would allow USC to run the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The lawmakers, who said they support the idea of USC managing the Coliseum, where the...
  • Raul Rojas dies at 70; L.A. gang member turned boxing champion

    Raul Rojas dies at 70; L.A. gang member turned boxing champion
    Raul Rojas, a tough former gang member who turned to boxing and became a world featherweight champion, died Sunday of natural causes at a Los Angeles convalescent home, said his daughter Rebecca. He was 70. Rojas claimed the World Boxing Assn. belt on...
  • Milt Campbell dies at 78; Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon

    Milt Campbell dies at 78; Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon
    Milt Campbell, a versatile athlete who became the first African American to win a gold medal in the Olympic decathlon, besting then-world record holder Rafer Johnson at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Games, has died. He was 78. Campbell, who went on to...
  • Steve Van Buren dies at 91; Philadelphia Eagles running back

    Steve Van Buren dies at 91; Philadelphia Eagles running back
    Steve Van Buren, a Hall of Fame running back who led the Philadelphia Eagles to NFL titles in 1948 and 1949, died of pneumonia Thursday in Lancaster, Pa., the Eagles said. He was 91. The former Louisiana State star, nicknamed "Wham-Bam" for his quick and...