Morning Report: Jury says Dodgers must pay $14 million over Bryan Stow beating; L.A. River visitor center opens in Elysian Valley; St. Bernard lost in Atwater

Jul 10, 2014
Valley Knudsen House, Heritage Square | Martha Benedict

Valley Knudsen Garden Residence, Heritage Square | Martha Benedict

News & Notes:

  • A Dodgers attorney said the team will consider its options after a jury found the Dodgers partly responsible for the beating of Bryan Stow in the stadium parking lot, reports the L.A. Times. The Dodgers would pay $13.9 million based on the jury’s verdict.
  • LAPD Chief Beck tells the L.A. Times that he’s “very concerned” about a 12 % rise in aggravated assaults during the first half of the year.  Crime overall, however, fell during the six-month period.
  • Elysian Valley welcomes the Frog Spot, the first visitors center and cafe to operate along the L.A. River, reports Curbed L.A.
  • A 1928 Silver Lake Spanish-Colonial home designed by architect Frankie Faulkner, one of the relatively few female architects working in L.A. during the 1920s, goes up for sale at $1.1 million, reports Curbed L.A.

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