The family of Brian Stow, the Giants fan who remains in a coma after being beaten by two Dodger fans on opening day in Los Angeles, has started making preparations to move him to UCSF medical center this week. A spokeswoman for the LA County-USC Medical Center where Stow has been under observation since the incident in March explained to Bay City News that he could be transferred to UCSF as early as next if test show he's in stable enough condition to be moved. Meanwhile, also in LA, billboards have been generously donated to help LAPD find Stow's attackers.

After employees of Lamar advertising in Los Angeles declined to go on a company-wide day at the ballpark, the company's VP and General Manager donated the ad space throughout LA and Orange Counties. With LAPD's approval, the Wanted signs went up this morning showing updated sketches of Stow's attackers and are concentrated in areas around Chavez Ravine and Dodger Stadium. Digital billboards in Riverside and San Bernardino counties will also display the ads. NBC LA's video report is below, and back here in the Bay Area, our own NBC affiliate interviewed Stow's struggling, but optimistic family.

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[NBC Bay Area]
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