Lead suspect in Bryan Stow beating still not charged

Neurosurgeon Dr. Gabriel Zada, left, Los Angeles County-University of Southern California medical team and air and ground transport team move Bryan Stow, a paramedic who suffered brain damage in an attack on opening day of the Dodgers game in Los Angeles, to a waiting ambulance at the Emergency Room Ambulance entrance on Monday morning May 16, 2011. Stow will be flown from Burbank, Claifornia, to San Francisco. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Due to a lack of evidence and a valid alibi, ex-convict Giovanni Ramirez has not been charged for the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow, however he is still the lead suspect and remains in custody due to a parole violation as the Los Angeles Police Department continue their investigation.

Sports Recap

The Rams closed out their 2011 season losing their last 13 games in a row. City College finished with a record of 5-29.

Baseball blanked by West Valley Vikings


West Valley infielder Trevor Marino collects a hit in their 18-0 victory over the City College Rams. The Rams record moves to 5-25. City College will wrap up its 2011 season with five more conference games including two home games on April 22 and 26 at 1 p.m. against Mission College and Chabot College respectively.

Injuries plague Rams in 2011

Sitting on the bottom of the Coast Conference standings, City College baseball is looking to finish the last month of their season on a high note.

Classless act from Dodgers fans

Ever since my childhood, I have been passionate about the teams I like. When they win I smile; when they lose I frown. Sometimes I have yelled the occasional expletive in frustration during a game. But something that happened to a fan this past week was uncalled for and completely across the line. A Giants fan is now in critical condition after he was physically attacked.

Rams break out of slump


After giving up 71 runs and committing 14 errors in their previous five games, City College snapped their losing streak, defeating DeAnza College 9-6.