A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after a beating at Dodger Stadium that sparked outrage and brought stadium security changes around the state and the country has returned home after two years in hospitals and rehabilitation centers.
Bryan Stow's family said on its website Wednesday that Stow would now live with them in the Santa Cruz area after spending about a year at the Centre for Neuroskills in Bakersfield, a live-in rehab facility.
The family says Stow could have used more time at the center, but their insurance will no longer pay for it, so Stow's parents and home nurses will give him the round-the-clock care he needs.
Stow, a paramedic, was beaten after an opening day game between the Giants and Dodgers on opening day 2011.
Watchdogs are questioning an exclusive agreement between the City of Oakland and a non-profit group, tapped to lead a multi-million dollar project to redevelop the area around the Coliseum BART station.
City officials joined the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department and members of the community Thursday, December 5th, for the lighting of San Francisco’s official holiday tree, located outside historic McLaren Lodge.