The San Francisco Giants fan who suffered a traumatic brain injury after being beaten by two Dodger fans three years ago outside Dodger Stadium put up his hands and fingers, fist-bumped his mom and talked about his goals in a display of his progress during a new interview aired Wednesday morning.
A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage in a beating at Dodger Stadium won his negligence suit against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday, but former owner Frank McCourt was absolved by the jury.
A lawsuit that drew attention to violence at sports venues is in the hands of a jury which must decide who is to blame for a beating at Dodger Stadium that left a Giants fan […]
Two men who beat a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium, leaving him severely brain-damaged, have now been charged with federal crimes.
A man who badly beat a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium will be held without bail on federal firearms charges. U.S. Magistrate Judge Frederick Mumm’s decision Wednesday stopped the pending release of Marvin […]
Two men pleaded guilty Thursday to a 2011 beating at Dodger Stadium that left San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow brain damaged and disabled. Defendant Marvin Norwood pleaded guilty to one count of assault likely […]
Tim Flannery received a heartfelt thank-you voicemail from Bryan Stow, who struggles to put thoughts and words together nearly three years after being severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium on opening day 2011. Flannery, the San […]
Local group Fans Against Violence promotes harmony at the Coliseum.
The two men accused of beating a San Francisco Giants fan after last season’s opening day game at Dodger Stadium were ordered to stand trial Friday on charges stemming from the brutal attack.
One of two men charged in a devastating assault on a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium told his own mother that he was involved and expected to “go down” for the attack.
Bryan Stow needed only three words to move an entire ballpark at the San Francisco Giants’ home opener.
A man who was wrongly arrested in the near-death beating of a Giants fan outside of Dodger Stadium says he deserves an apology from Los Angeles police.