• NBA Will Move Team Without Arena Deal, Bucks Say

    by Jason Stein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 2015

    If the Milwaukee Bucks don't get a proposed $500 million arena, the National Basketball Association will force a sale of the team and move the franchise to Seattle or Las Vegas, the team's president told lawmakers Monday.

  • Fall from Soldier Field Railing Critically Injures Man

    by Jordan Owen, Chicago Sun-Times July 2015

    A man was critically injured in a fall at Soldier Field during the Grateful Dead concert Sunday night. The 41-year-old man was sitting on a railing inside the stadium at 1419 Museum Campus Dr. when he fell between 20 and 25 feet onto the ground about 9 p.m., according to Chicago Police.

  • School District's Move to Turf Raises Safety Questions

    by Vincent Pena July 2015

    Crumb rubber infill on artificial turf fields replicates the look and feel of a real grass field while offering a durability that makes them cost-effective relative to the upkeep necessary to maintain actual grass.

  • MLS Rules Hamper Real Salt Lake Stadium Progress

    by Christopher Kamrani The Salt Lake Tribune July 2015

    Four months after Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen and West Valley City entered an exclusive negotiating window for a proposed 8,000-seat soccer-specific stadium to house RSL's USL affiliate, Real Monarchs, newly implemented commercial rules from Major League Soccer and multiple site surveys have slowed the process.

  • Rays Next to Follow Expanded Ballpark District Trend?

    by CHRISTOPHER O'DONNELL Tribune staff July 2015

    With the era of standalone, isolated stadiums largely over, sports team owners increasingly are taking on the role of developer and using their stadiums as anchors for entertainment districts or retail and residential developments.

  • Milwaukee Bucks Arena Package Passes First Test

    by TOM DAYKIN, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Staff, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel July 2015

    Milwaukee's $47 million share of the $250 million public financing package proposed for a new Bucks arena received a preliminary approval last week.

  • OSHA Investigating Injury at Falcons Stadium Site

    by Steve Visser; Staff July 2015

    A federal agency is trying to determine if any safety rules were violated after scaffolding at the new Atlanta Falcons stadium construction site fell on a worker, leaving him with a severe head injury.

  • D.C. Stadium for Redskins May Hinge on Name Change

    by Laura Godlewski July 2015

    Unless the Washington Redskins get a name change, the team will struggle to get approval from the Obama administration for the construction of a new stadium in Washington, D.C.

  • Four Boys to Face Charges in Oregon Stadium Fire

    by Stuart Goldman July 2015

    Four boys between the ages of 10 and 12 will face charges in connection to the fire that destroyed historic Civic Stadium in Eugene, Ore.

  • Head Injury Caused by Falcons Stadium Scaffolding

    by Tyler Estep & John Spink, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution July 2015

    A construction worker was being treated for a severe head injury Wednesday after metal scaffolding fell on him at the site of the new Atlanta Falcons stadium, officials said.