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  • AEG to add 755 rooms to Marriott complex at L.A. Live

    AEG to add 755 rooms to Marriott complex at L.A. Live
    Sports and entertainment giant AEG will make a $500-million expansion to its Marriott complex at L.A. Live as the demand for hotel rooms rises in downtown Los Angeles.
  • AEG report warns rival Inglewood NFL stadium presents terrorist threat

    AEG report warns rival Inglewood NFL stadium presents terrorist threat
    In a bold move to undercut an NFL stadium at Hollywood Park, the sports and entertainment firm AEG commissioned a study by former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge that found the Inglewood project would be a tempting target for terrorists and...

    Report: LA-area stadium near airport would pose terror risk

    A report commissioned by the developer of a downtown Los Angeles football stadium warns that a rival project nearby could be a potential terrorist target because of its proximity to Los Angeles International Airport. The report was released Friday at a...

    Let Inglewood voters decide on an NFL stadium at Hollywood Park

    Let Inglewood voters decide on an NFL stadium at Hollywood Park
    After two decades without a football team, Los Angeles County now has a handful of competing stadium proposals designed to woo the National Football League back to town. On Tuesday night, the Inglewood City Council may approve one of those projects...

    State says Carson site ready for construction of NFL stadium

    State says Carson site ready for construction of NFL stadium
    For decades, the expanse of empty acreage hugging the 405 Freeway in Carson had been eyed as an ideal location for a shopping mall, homes, a hotel, some combination of those three — or even an NFL stadium. But there was always one overriding...