The Los Angeles Dodgers are NL West Champs. How good does that sound? Dodgers fans deserve this, given how rough the last couple of years have been. From the tragic incident surrounding Bryan Stow to the tragedy that was Frank McCourt. Show More Summary
Bryan Stow was on his way home after watching an opening day game between the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011 when two men assaulted him in the parking lot and beat him, putting him into a coma. Now, more than two years later, Stow can finally go home. The Giants fan [...]Show More Summary
Bryan Stow is back home, but only because his insurance won't pay for him to stay in his rehab facility anymore. Read more...
The road to recovery has been long, but Bryan Stow is finally returning home after more than two years, according to the family website. Stow was the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally beaten outside of Dodgers Stadium on Opening Day 2011. Show More Summary
It's been a little over two years since Giants fan Bryan Stow was beat within an inch of his life at the Dodgers' Opening Day game in 2011. It sounds like good news—and Stow's family says they're happy he's back at home—but the circumstances are bittersweet. [ more › ]
The Dodger Stadium beating victim has returned home to Santa Cruz after more than two years in hospitals and rehab facilities. Insurance stopped paying for his care at his latest facility in Bakersfield. Why aren't the Dodgers paying for all of this?
In tonight's Extra, Extra, an amazing half-court shot (and aftermath), a victim of the Manti Te'o hoax takes a break from Facebook and Bryan Stow suffers from a blood clot. Plus: Keep up with us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter: @LAist @LAistFood @LAistSports. You can also find us on Pinterest, Storify, Foursquare, and Instagram (laistpics). [ more › ]
This weekend San Francisco Giants third base coach Tim Flannery has been playing a series of four concerts in the Bay Area with his band Lunatic Fringe to help raise funds for Bryan Stow. Stow was the victim of a brutal attack at Dodgers...Show More Summary
'Scared' Bryan Stow back in the hospital to treat blood clot
A federal judge has dismissed a civil rights and defamation lawsuit filed by a man arrested but later cleared in the 2011 beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodger Stadium.
The two suspects accused of beating Bryan Stow at a Dodgers game last year appeared in court this morning for a pretrial, reports KTLA. Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood are facing charges of "mayhem, assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury, and battery with serious bodily injury." [ more › ]
San Francisco General wants the Los Angels Dodgers to reimburse the hospital $1.2 million for "extensive trauma care" given to Giants fan Bryan Stow. If you recall, Stow was brutally beaten by Dodgers fans outside Dodgers Stadium in 2011. Show More Summary
The San Francisco hospital that treated Bryan Stow for four months last year asked the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Tuesday for permission to pursue $1.2 million in medical reimbursements from the Dodgers' insurers.
Although San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium, attended Game 2 of the World Series, his family said he wanted to watch in private and asked that there be no public ceremony.
Bryan Stow watched Game 2 of the World Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco, rooting on his Giants with his family and 47,000 of his closest friends. He and his family did not want a special ceremony or acknowledgement of his presence. Show More Summary
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was brutally beaten during opening day 2011 at Dodger Stadium, is attending the World Series, various Bay Area media outlets reported.
Giants fan Bryan Stow was beaten after the Dodger home opener in 2011 and sustained brain damage.
HBO's "Real Sports" on Tuesday night is a double Dodgers episode, with Magic talking about his role with the team and an update on Bryan Stow, the firefighter and Giants fan who was left brain damaged by a beating in the Dodger Stadium parking lot.
Despite the heightened police presence at AT&T Park, a regular measure since Bryan Stow was beaten into a coma in Los Angeles last year, there was another incident over the weekend. Christopher Torii Smith, 26, was arrested after assaulting a fan in the bathroom during Sunday's game against the Dodgers. More »
Giovanni Ramirez, falsely accused of beating up Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium last year, has filed suit, seeking damages from Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck and the Los Angeles Police Department for defamation.