Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Dodgers season tickets to cost more; Father Boyle’s 30-year mission to combat gang violence

Mountain View, Montecito Heights | Lori Newman/Flickr

Mountain view, Montecito Heights | Lori Newman/Flickr

MOrning Report

  • Dodger fans will be paying more for season tickets next year, but team management says the prices will remain the lowest for pro sports events in L.A. and”several thousand” people are on the waiting list to buy the 35,000 available seats. L.A. Times
  • Father Greg Boyle, the Catholic priest who founded Homeboy Industries, may have slowed down but remains committed to his 30-year-long mission to fight gang violence with jobs. Boyle, now 61 and battling leukemia, began his work in 1988 at Dolores Mission parish in Boyle Heights L.A Times

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