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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 2005 | Peter Nicholas, Times Staff Writer
With officials in his Austrian homeland poised to strip his name from the local soccer stadium, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger sought to beat them to it Monday, sending an indignant letter demanding that his name be removed by year's end. Politicians in the city of Graz had begun a petition drive to rename the stadium following Schwarzenegger's decision to allow the execution last week of Stanley Tookie Williams.
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SPORTS
November 22, 2005 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
The halo will shine here too. As part of a $22-million renovation of the Angels' spring-training home, an illuminated team logo will be installed at Tempe Diablo Stadium, visible to fans approaching the main entrance and to motorists passing on Interstate 10. By playing in a renovated facility he can call his own and decorate accordingly, rather than sharing a new complex with another team, Angel owner Arte Moreno is bucking the trend in the Cactus League.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 2005 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Although city officials have promised not to use public funds to build a professional football stadium in Los Angeles, the City Council will meet next week to consider a plan that would allow the use of property taxes to construct a parking garage and improve streets that could serve a stadium. The council will hold a public hearing with the city redevelopment commission Friday to consider extending the life of the Hoover Redevelopment Project for another 12 years.
SPORTS
September 21, 2005 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
As a sizzling summer day settles into a comfortable Friday evening, the buzz of a spirited crowd begins to drown out the drone of traffic along the Corona freeway. Boxing fans, hundreds of them, from buttoned-down executives to sweat-stained construction workers, have come to a most unusual venue to watch an all-too-uncommon occurrence -- an evenly matched, action-packed fight card. By day, Omega Products International in Corona is the nation's leading independent manufacturer of stucco.
SPORTS
September 13, 2005 | Bill Shaikin and Dave McKibben, Times Staff Writers
As cities across North America rush to court the temporarily homeless New Orleans Hornets, officials of the company that operates the city-owned Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim said the NBA team would not be invited to play there this season. "It just doesn't make any sense for us," Anaheim Arena Management Chairman Mike Schulman said Monday. Navigating the Mighty Ducks through an ownership change and the end of an NHL lockout that wiped out last season is enough of a challenge for AAM, Schulman said.
SPORTS
September 5, 2005 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
It sounds like a nightclub, but it sure doesn't look like one. From the speakers all around the room, a pulsating, techno-pop tune with eardrum-busting volume travels in waves and bounces off the wooden lockers in the Oakland Athletics' clubhouse. If someone ever thought to record a collision between a bus loaded with drums and a concrete wall, this would come close, and it's brought to you courtesy of the maestro, outfielder Mark Kotsay.
SPORTS
August 17, 2005 | David Wharton, Times Staff Writer
Bare concrete and jagged rebar -- the vague outline of a long-awaited arena -- now rise from the corner of Jefferson Boulevard and Figueroa Street. By this time next year, USC hopes to open the Galen Center as a home for its basketball and volleyball teams. In the meantime, the construction site is abuzz with activity, and not just because of the work crews. Coaches already have started bringing recruits to walk through the dust and heavy equipment.
SPORTS
July 21, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Toyota Motor Corp. has agreed to a multiyear contract for naming rights of the training facility in El Segundo used by the Lakers, Kings and Sparks. The Toyota Sports Center also is used by the public and is a training facility for ice skaters. HealthSouth Corp. had previously sponsored the facility that is owned by Anschutz Entertainment Group, which owns the Kings and Staples Center. That contract expired March 30.
SPORTS
July 8, 2005 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
Andy Roeser, an executive vice president with the Clippers, couldn't stop gushing. "We found the perfect place," Roeser said in describing the new training facility and business offices the team plans to build in the Playa Vista development. Roeser and Playa Vista President Steve Soboroff were at Staples Center on Thursday to announce that the Clippers had purchased the two acres of land on which to build a 35,000-square-foot training center.
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