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September 4, 1990 | PATRICK MOTT, Patrick Mott is a regular contributor to Orange County View. and
Why do young men and women join groups of apparently aimless, often angry and violent neighborhood youths? Because for many, the penalty for not becoming a "homeboy" or "homegirl" can mean anything from ostracism to death. And it is not an alliance one simply walks away from when one has had enough. The bonds are often blood bonds and such disloyalty is often considered the greatest sin. The consequences of this passion can be tragic.
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September 4, 1990 | PATRICK MOTT, Patrick Mott is a regular contributor to Orange County View. and
Why do young men and women join groups of apparently aimless, often angry and violent neighborhood youths? Because for many, the penalty for not becoming a "homeboy" or "homegirl" can mean anything from ostracism to death. And it is not an alliance one simply walks away from when one has had enough. The bonds are often blood bonds and such disloyalty is often considered the greatest sin. The consequences of this passion can be tragic.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1995
A 2-year-old girl who was not wearing a safety harness was injured Saturday in a traffic accident in Sun Valley and her 20-year-old mother was cited for failing to have the child properly restrained. Stephanie Lopez Rodriguez was listed in fair condition at Childrens Hospital in Los Angeles on Saturday night. She was airlifted to the hospital because she was knocked unconscious in the collision, a Los Angeles police spokesman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1993
A picture of the late farm labor leader Cesar Chavez hanging on a UC Irvine bulletin board was reportedly defaced Wednesday in what campus police are investigating as a racial hate crime, officials said. UC Irvine spokeswoman Karen Newell Young said Thursday the incident took place on a bulletin board hanging in Verano Place campus housing. The picture of Chavez, who died on April 23, belonged to student Stephanie Lopez, 40, a doctoral candidate.
SPORTS
July 29, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Shannon Boxx and Kristine Lilly scored, and the U.S. women's team used its size and experience to coast to a 4-1 victory over Japan at San Jose on Saturday night in a World Cup tuneup. The game played in front of a lively crowd of 11,290 was one of a few remaining exhibitions for the Americans before they head to the Women's World Cup in China in September.
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June 17, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Abby Wambach scored twice on headers in the second half Saturday night to give the U.S. women's team a 2-0 win over China. The match was the first in a six-game exhibition series for the United States leading to the World Cup in September in China. Wambach outjumped goalkeeper Zhang Yanru in the 67th minute to convert a looping free kick from 35 yards by captain Kristine Lilly.
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July 12, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Kristine Lilly remembers little about the selection of the first U.S. Women's World Cup team in 1991, probably because the announcement didn't make much of a splash. She marveled at the increase in interest in the event as she participated in a conference call Wednesday, after Coach Greg Ryan picked the first 18 players for this year's squad. When the World Cup begins in China in two months, Lilly, 35, will be participating for a record fifth time.
BUSINESS
December 1, 1999
Robert O. Riiska has been named chief financial officer and vice president of finance at AlphaServ.com, a Santa Ana-based provider of multi-vendor and professional services to the information technology industry. Riiska was with Morris Anderson & Associates, where he held several positions, including regional partner, consulting manager and senior consultant. * Gil Ledesma has been selected as the first sales manager for JMG Security Systems in Fountain Valley.
SPORTS
August 25, 2007 | Jaime Cárdenas
Site -- Home Depot Center. TV -- ESPN2. Update -- Media darlings after the 1999 World Cup, the U.S. women's national team has been out of the spotlight for a while, or at least since its gold medal-winning swan song at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Not because the current team is not good -- it is on a 46-game unbeaten streak -- but because there is no more Mia Hamm, Julie Foudy, Brandi Chastain or Joy Fawcett. Only Kristine Lilly remains from the group known as the "91ers." As the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1985 | Hector Gutierrez \f7
Claiming that the Cal State system is trying to deny minority students equal access to education, three Latino students announced Wednesday that they will mobilize a statewide effort to curb the high school dropout rate and begin a petition drive seeking the state's help to guarantee access to post-secondary education.
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February 27, 1986 | Bill Billiter
Opposing views were aired this week on the recent action by trustees of the California State University system to toughen entrance requirements. Several speakers at a session of the Multi-Cultural Council at Cal State Fullerton charged that the increased high school academics being required will penalize minority students and cause a drop in their enrollment.
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