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October 23, 2013 | Fox 40 Sacramento, This post has been corrected. Please see note below for details
Students at schools attended by three siblings killed in a Lodi car crash -- in which three others also died, including a pregnant woman -- mourned the loss of their classmates Wednesday. Stephanie Miranda, 4, Jose Miranda, 5, and Irving Miranda, 11, were killed in the Tuesday night crash in Lodi, about 15 miles north of Stockton, along with Luis Miranda, 30, and Vivian Rodriguez, 31, who was pregnant, according to the Lodi News-Sentinel. Irving Miranda attended Lodi Middle School, where he participated in an after-school program and played on the school's soccer team, said Lodi Unified Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education Catherine Pennington.
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October 24, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A 9-year-old boy is fighting for his life after a six-vehicle crash in Lodi killed five of his family members, police said. Eden Miranda remained in critical condition Thursday at UC Davis Medical Center after the collision Tuesday killed three of his siblings as well as his father and pregnant mother, Sacramento's Fox 40 reported. About 250 people attended a vigil Wednesday night for Stephanie Miranda, 4; Jose Miranda, 5; Irving Miranda, 11; Luis Miranda, 30; and Vivian Rodriguez, 31, who was pregnant.
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October 24, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A 9-year-old boy is fighting for his life after a six-vehicle crash in Lodi killed five of his family members, police said. Eden Miranda remained in critical condition Thursday at UC Davis Medical Center after the collision Tuesday killed three of his siblings as well as his father and pregnant mother, Sacramento's Fox 40 reported. About 250 people attended a vigil Wednesday night for Stephanie Miranda, 4; Jose Miranda, 5; Irving Miranda, 11; Luis Miranda, 30; and Vivian Rodriguez, 31, who was pregnant.
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October 23, 2013 | Fox 40 Sacramento, This post has been corrected. Please see note below for details
Students at schools attended by three siblings killed in a Lodi car crash -- in which three others also died, including a pregnant woman -- mourned the loss of their classmates Wednesday. Stephanie Miranda, 4, Jose Miranda, 5, and Irving Miranda, 11, were killed in the Tuesday night crash in Lodi, about 15 miles north of Stockton, along with Luis Miranda, 30, and Vivian Rodriguez, 31, who was pregnant, according to the Lodi News-Sentinel. Irving Miranda attended Lodi Middle School, where he participated in an after-school program and played on the school's soccer team, said Lodi Unified Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education Catherine Pennington.
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May 22, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When a player leads the nation in hits for the second year in a row, it shouldn't be an upset for him to be an All-American. But Adam Kennedy of Cal State Northridge was flabbergasted at being selected as Collegiate Baseball's All-American shortstop ahead of UCLA's Troy Glaus when the team was announced Wednesday. "That's pretty amazing," Kennedy said. "It's very surprising but I definitely deserved it.
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June 20, 2004 | From Associated Press
When Patricia Miranda enters Yale Law School this fall, she plans to study conflict mediation. Understandably so, since she has already had plenty of it to mediate, much if it in her household. Miranda could become the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in wrestling, yet her career has been filled with far more setbacks, hurt feelings, defeats and, yes, conflicts, than most elite athletes ever endure.
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March 19, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attend a Cal State Northridge baseball game and hear the sing-song banter of Yolanda Miranda, mother of Matador slugger Jose Miranda. The game fills her days with so much delight she wants to tell the world. And so she does. Sitting in the stands with her mostly silent, smiling husband, Mario--a former professional player in the Negro and Mexican leagues--Yolanda is like a songbird perched in the corner of a room, providing constant melodic accompaniment to the action on the field.
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August 21, 1991
A pedestrian was killed on Interstate 5 as she tried to run across the freeway, authorities said. The woman, who had not been identified, died at the scene about 4:50 a.m. Tuesday on northbound I-5, said Phil Konstantin, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol. She was reportedly running west on the freeway at Via de San Ysidro when she was hit by a car driven by Jose Miranda of San Ysidro, Konstantin said.
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April 9, 1997 | From Staff Reports
It was a record day for the Cal State Northridge baseball team. The Matadors clobbered UC Santa Barbara for a 31-9 victory Tuesday in a nonconference game at Santa Barbara. Northridge (29-15-1), which has won five of its last six games, set school records with 14 runs and 13 hits in the first inning against the Gauchos (16-19). The Matadors' 31 runs also is a record.
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May 6, 1996 | STEVE HENSON
Cal State Northridge set a school Division I baseball record with its 45th victory, defeating Sacramento, 4-2, Sunday in a regular-season finale at Matador Field. Five pitchers combined to shut down the Hornets (10-43, 3-27 in WAC play). Gary Stephenson, Benny Flores (5-2), Jason Cole and Nathan Rice each pitched two innings and Andrew Settle pitched the ninth. Adam Kennedy and Robert Fick each had two hits and one run batted in. Matt Anderson and Jose Miranda also drove in runs.
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June 20, 2004 | From Associated Press
When Patricia Miranda enters Yale Law School this fall, she plans to study conflict mediation. Understandably so, since she has already had plenty of it to mediate, much if it in her household. Miranda could become the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in wrestling, yet her career has been filled with far more setbacks, hurt feelings, defeats and, yes, conflicts, than most elite athletes ever endure.
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May 22, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When a player leads the nation in hits for the second year in a row, it shouldn't be an upset for him to be an All-American. But Adam Kennedy of Cal State Northridge was flabbergasted at being selected as Collegiate Baseball's All-American shortstop ahead of UCLA's Troy Glaus when the team was announced Wednesday. "That's pretty amazing," Kennedy said. "It's very surprising but I definitely deserved it.
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March 19, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attend a Cal State Northridge baseball game and hear the sing-song banter of Yolanda Miranda, mother of Matador slugger Jose Miranda. The game fills her days with so much delight she wants to tell the world. And so she does. Sitting in the stands with her mostly silent, smiling husband, Mario--a former professional player in the Negro and Mexican leagues--Yolanda is like a songbird perched in the corner of a room, providing constant melodic accompaniment to the action on the field.
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May 27, 1996 | STEVE HENSON
Cal State Northridge loses six seniors--pitchers Robert Crabtree, Evan Howland, Juan Velazquez and Andrew Settle, first baseman Grant Hohman and designated hitter David Stevenson--but several juniors might sign with professional teams if they are selected in the June draft. Catcher Robert Fick and third baseman Eric Gillespie are certain to sign, and left-handed pitcher Nathan Rice and outfielders Jose Miranda and Kurt Airoso might also be drafted.
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July 29, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
William Wayne Nix, the owner of a Pomona car dealership, was found guilty Tuesday of first-degree murder and conspiracy in the gangland-style killing of one of his former salesman. The jury decided that Nix had orchestrated a murder-for-hire conspiracy in 1988 to kill Salvatore T. Ruscitti, who had filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Nix's parents. Nix, the owner of Will Nix Ford in Pomona, will be sentenced to life in prison without parole. Assistant U.S. Atty.
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