CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1993
Longtime member David Lopez-Lee will head the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees for the 1993-1994 school year. Lopez-Lee, returning to a post he held three years ago, was unanimously elected president at the seven-member board's annual reorganization meeting. Trustee and past President Julia L. Wu was chosen as vice president of the board. Lopez-Lee and Wu replace trustees Wallace Knox and Kenneth Washington, respectively.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2003 |
The hour was late and the crowd was thinning at a backyard party in Mar Vista last weekend when a group of gang members confronted partygoers. Twenty-year-old Angel Lopez, a pitcher for Los Angeles City College who had hosted the party for friends who like himself were passionate about baseball, tried to defuse the tension. "We're not gang members. We're baseball players," Lopez said simply.
July 27, 2011 |
The "boy killer" who for many became a symbol of the lawlessness and social deterioration of Mexican society because of the nation's drug war was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for killing four people in Morelos state. Edgar Jimenez Lugo, alias "El Ponchis," was 14 when he was arrested by the Mexican army in December. The teenager admitted before news cameras at the time that he began killing at age 11 and that a cartel paid him $200 a week to do it. He claimed to have beheaded four of his victims.
November 17, 1990 |
Paramount 27, Rio Mesa 7--Senior running back Leon Neal rushed for 206 yards in 12 carries and scored once as Paramount (11-0), the No. 1-ranked team in the division, eliminated visiting Rio Mesa (6-5). Neal was complemented by running back Demandri White, who scored two touchdowns and added 66 yards in five carries. Rio Mesa quarterback Angel Lopez threw three second-half interceptions.
October 20, 1990 |
Rio Mesa 49, Dos Pueblos 19--Gordy Abellera and Brian Hafer each ran for two touchdowns, and Angel Lopez threw two touchdown passes to lead a balanced Rio Mesa attack at Dos Pueblos. Rio Mesa (4-3, 2-2) led at halftime, 35-0, and scored six touchdowns before Dos Pueblos got on the scoreboard. On defense, the Spartans had four sacks. Within 67 seconds, Frank Tinoco set up Abellera's second score with an interception and set up Lopez's first touchdown pass with a fumble recovery.
September 8, 1990 |
Channel Islands 30, Rio Mesa 18--Senior running back Renard Carn rushed for 197 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Raiders at home. Carn took the first handoff for the Raiders on their new field and raced 41 yards to the Rio Mesa two-yard line. Two plays later Carn crossed the goal line to give Channel Islands a 6-0 lead. Carn added touchdown runs of 49 and four yards in the fourth quarter to help the Raiders seal the victory.