Local Sports News
in Riverside, CA

Showing 1 - 3 out of 3

As a die-hard sports fan, you want to remain in the loop with the most recent local sports news around. At CityOf.com, we provide a local sports news page showcasing up-to-date news feeds to ensure you never miss an update.

By following our local sports news page, you’ll know about any breaking news or announcements within the local sports world. Simply select a headline to see how your team is performing at each game, who the top pick of the season is, or when your favorite player is returning from their recent injury. There’s a vast amount of information directly on our local sports news page.

Whether you’re a fan who can’t miss breaking news or are just a casual follower of local sports, check out the top local sports news on CityOf.com!

500 Circle Seven Dr
Glendale, CA 91201   Directions

(818) 863-7777


Great California ShakeOut: 10.7 million Californians set to participate in annual earthquake drill
10/17/2019 11:44am

Millions of residents statewide are set to participate in the 12 annual Great California Shakeout earthquake drill.

US Rep. Elijah Cummings, House Committee Chair, dies at 68
10/17/2019 11:41am

Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings died early Thursday due to complications from longstanding health challenges.

Eyewitness This: LA County residents are slightly less happy than rest of country, study says
10/17/2019 11:32am

A new study revealed people living in L.A. County are slightly less happy than most Americans.

Boxer Patrick Day, 27, dies of brain injuries days after knockout during fight in Chicago
10/17/2019 11:26am

Promoter Lou DiBella said Patrick Day, of Freeport, died at Northwestern Memorial Hospital after sustaining head injuries in a bout with Charles Conwell. He was 27.

Social media goes purple for Spirit Day to fight bullying of LGBTQ+ youth
10/17/2019 10:50am

To raise awareness for LGBTQ individuals affected by bullying, celebrities and companies went purple on Thursday -- both in their wardrobes and on their social media profiles.


100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444


Joe Maddon Agrees to Terms With Angels, Completing His Road Back to Anaheim
10/16/2019 12:04pm

The Los Angeles Angels are welcoming back Joe Maddon with high hopes that he can turn things around for a club coming off another disappointing season.After weeks of rumors, the team announced Wednesday that it agreed to terms with the former Chicago Cubs and Tampa Bay manager. Maddon takes over a team that finished a dismal 72-90, the franchises worst record since 1999. Updates: Download the NBCLA App Maddon spent 31 years employed by the Angels as a player and a coach in the organization. He was a bench coach with the 2002 World Series champions under Mike Scioscia before leaving for manager jobs in Tampa Bay and Chicago, where he won the World Series in 2016.We are thrilled that Joe is coming back home and bringing an exciting brand of baseball to our fans, general manager Billy Eppler said. Every stop he has made throughout his managerial career, he has built a culture that is focused on winning while also allowing his players to thrive. We believe Joe will be a great asset for our club and look forward to him leading the team to another World Series championship.The Angels will formally introduce the 65-year-old Maddon at a news conference next week.His Angels roots date to 1975 when he signed with the team as a catcher. Over the next three decades, he bounced around the organization as a playe and coach.Maddon managed Tampa Bay for nine seasons, starting in 2006, before managing the Cubs. One of the most infamous title droughts in sports came to an end when Maddon led the Cubs to the 2016 World Series title -- the teams first in 108 years.He was let go by Chicago on the final day of the regular season after the team missed the playoffs for the first time in his five-year stint.The Angels parted ways with manager Brad Ausmus shortly after the final game of the season, a move that was followed by speculation that team would pursue Maddon.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Rams Acquire CB Ramsey, Trade Peters to Ravens
10/15/2019 7:17pm

The Los Angeles Rams were busy on Tuesday.The Super Bowl runner-ups in 2019 woke up on Monday morning with the realization that they needed to improve their roster. The reigning NFC Champions had lost three straight games for the first time in the Sean McVay era, and received troubling news on the injury front after starting cornerback Aqib Talib was placed on the IR with a rib injury, and starting left guard Joe Noteboom suffered a season-ending right knee injury on Sunday in the teams loss to San Francisco.The injury news comes on the heels of running back Todd Gurley missing his first game of the season with a quad injury, and starting linebacker Clay Matthews out for the next 4-6 weeks with a broken jaw. With the injuries piling up, and the season starting to slip away, the Rams made multiple moves on Tuesday.It all started in the morning when the Rams acquired offensive lineman Austin Corbett from the Cleveland Browns. Corbett was the No. 33 overall draft pick in the 2018 draft in exchange for a 2021 future draft pick.Corbett, played in 11 games as a rookie and appeared in just three games this season. He lost the starting job at right guard in the offseason to Eric Kush, and was on the depth chart as the backup center. Corbetts flexibility to play multiple positions on the offensive line is a luxury for the Rams who likely will plug him into Notebooms spot at starting left guard.A couple hours later, rumors began to swirl that the Rams had traded starting cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for linebacker Kenny Young and a future 2020 draft pick.Peters was originally acquired by the Rams before the 2018 season in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs. Peters showed flashes of his former Pro Bowl self with the Rams, but also struggled at times, getting burned by quicker receivers for touchdowns at various points throughout the last two seasons.Peters contract expires at the end of the 2019 season, and it was unlikely the Rams were going to re-sign him. However, with Talib out for at least eight weeks, and Peters being shipped to Baltimore, the Rams no longer had a starting cornerback, leading many to assume that another move was in the works.That move finally came late in the evening, when ESPNs Adam Schefter reported that the Rams had acquired disgruntled cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for two first-round picks in 2020 and 2021 and a fourth-round pick in 2021.Ramsey, the fifth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, is considered to be one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. However, after a rough 2018 season and a rocky start to the 2019 campaign, the former Florida State standout requested a trade.The two-time Pro Bowl selection found himself in a standoff with the Jaguars front office for the last four weeks after a heated confrontation with Jacksonville head coach Doug Marrone on the sideline in Week 2. Since then, Ramsey has repeatedly missed practices and the teams last three games with a back injury.Photo Credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Here's How the Rams' and Chargers' Future Home is Shaping Up
10/15/2019 9:46am

The Rams and the Chargers wont move into their new Inglewood home for some time, but construction is already progressing on their new digs.Photo Credit: Los Angeles Stadium

Former Rams Player and LAFD Firefighter Faces New Battle: ALS
10/14/2019 5:27pm

Eric Stevens has spent his adult life fighting fires and winning games, but now, hes in a fight against a disease that offers more questions and answers--with no clear path to victory.In college, Stevens was senior captain of the football team at the University of California at Berkeley. He went on to play in the National Football League for the St. Louis Rams, and in 2015, he started his second career: fighting fires with the Los Angeles Fire Department. Check Out These Free or Cheap Things to Do in LA Youre helping people, and youre able to give back, Steven says.Now, however, Stevens is in the biggest battle of his young life--fighting the rare disease known as ALS. Click Here or Email Your Photos to iseenbcla.com You dont want to believe it, Steven says, working hard to keep his emotions in check.It is not known what causes ALS, and there is no cure for the disease, which attacks the nervous system, weakens the muscles and causes slurred speech. Smoke and Fire From Above: Wildfire Images From Space I first started noticing a weakness in my left hand, Stevens says.Eric and Amanda Stevens were college sweethearts. They married in July of this year. Exactly one month later, he was diagnosed with ALS.Amanda Stevens says, His speech was becoming more slow or slurred.She says, I truly believe everything hes done so far, that he was put here to make a difference, and if this is the way he has to do it, then were never going to stop fighting.Part of that fight involves raising awareness, through an Instagram page called TeamStevensNation.Eric Stevens say he is encouraged by the wildly successful ALS ice bucket challenge of 2014, which raised more than $115 million for research.All the tests and clinical trials being done now and giving the people diagnosed now a little bit of hope...because of them, he says.Its hope he and his family are clinging to as they continue to fight.Eric Stevens has organized a GoFundMe. If you would like to donate to the GoFundMe, you may do so here. Please note that GoFundMe takes a percentage of all funds raised in the form of platform and other fees.Photo Credit: NBCLA

Roggin's Heroes: Oct. 13, 2019
10/14/2019 9:42am

The best of the best high school football highlights. Broadcast Sunday Oct. 13, 2019.

The Press-Enterprise
The Press-Enterprise

1825 Chicago Ave
Riverside, CA 92501   Directions

(951) 368-9000


Stay-out order lifted for mobile home park devastated by Sandalwood fire
10/17/2019 11:46am

The site is too hazardous for people to live there, but they can return to retrieve items or arrange clean-up.

New California law sets path for more farmworker housing
10/17/2019 11:38am

The law streamlines construction of new worker housing by eliminating some fees, as well as local and environmental restrictions. A farmer choosing the optional housing program is eligible for financial support from the state.

Former Moreno Valley Mayor Bonnie Flickinger dies at 78
10/17/2019 11:25am

When Flickinger became mayor in 1993, the city became the largest in the U.S. to have a Libertarian as mayor

Dine 909: Strum Brewing Company makes the move to downtown Ontario
10/17/2019 11:07am

Also, the Inland Empire Taco Festival returns to Riverside on Saturday, and find out which Inland Empire breweries won medals at this years Great American Beer Festival.

Social Distortion’s Mike Ness talks about sobriety, new music and Bruce Springsteen before the band celebrates its 40th anniversary in Irvine
10/17/2019 11:02am

The bands Music From Behind the Orange Curtain with Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, The Kills, Eagles of Death Metal and more will take place Saturday, Oct. 26 at FivePoint Amphitheatre.

Page Sponsor

Ramiro's Cocina Mexicana
  • • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • • All Of Your Mexican Favorites
  • • Be Sure To Visit On Taco Day!
(951) 354-6146
Directions Website
View More Info

Explore Riverside

AttractionsDate IdeasEducationFestivalsGolf CoursesGovernmentHidden TreasuresHospitalsLocal NewsLocal Sports NewsMoviesMuseumsMusic & TheaterNational Entertainment NewsNational NewsNational Sports NewsNightlifeOutdoorsRadio StationsShoppingSportsToursTransportationUtilitiesWeather