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Tag Results for "Hispanic News"

Another Canseco in the News – Twin Ozzie Arrested for DUI

Just as Jose Canseco was reveling in the news that he would be part of the Celebrity Apprentice 2011 cast, the lone Latin, his twin brother Ozzie was arrested for DUI this early morning. continue reading »

Hispanic Women Charged with Running Illegal Breast & Butt Silicone Clinic in Bronx, Used Krazy Glue

A Dominican Republic native and Bronx resident has been charged with running an illegal cosmetic enhancement clinic out of her apartment where she did boob and booty silicone injections. continue reading »

Wildlife Service Determined to Reintroduce Endangered Mexican Grey Wolves to Wild

Though years have passed since federal wildlife officials began attempts to reintroduce the endangered Mexican gray wolf to the Southwest, officials say this year, it will happen. continue reading »

Change for America and Cuba

President Obama has directed the Secretaries of State, Treasury, and Homeland Security to take a series of steps to continue efforts to reach out to the Cuban people in support of their desire to freely determine their country’s future. continue reading »

U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Recognizes 9th Largest U.S. Hispanic-Owned Business, Group O

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), as the leading proponent of Hispanic businesses, is proud to announce Group O, the ninth largest Hispanic-owned company in North America, as the national chamber organization's newest Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) member. continue reading »

Brighton Park Residents a Step Closer to Access to Health Care

Wednesday, a grant application by the UIC Neighborhoods Initiative was submitted. Id accepted this could result in better access to healthcare in the medically lacking area of Brighton Park. continue reading »

Chilean Miner and Elvis Fan Pena Visits VivaELVIS in Las Vegas

Edison Pena, the Chilean miner who became popular worldwide as a major Elvis fan, visited Las Vegas to experience Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil continue reading »

Mexican-American Singer Jenni Rivera to Launch a Reality TV Show on Telemundo

Telemundo's mun2, the second most watched Hispanic cable network among Persons 18-34, announced its new reality series "I Love Jenni" continue reading »

Scientists Point to Recent Flooding as Proof of Global Warming “Theory”

It is hard to turn on the television or go online and not see the horrific videos and photos of Sri Lanka, Australian, and Brazil’s battle with natural disasters. continue reading »

George Flores, aka The Boxer, Sentenced for Being ‘Tax Collector’ to Drug Dealers in US

The lead defendant in a federal RICO indictment that was brought as part of the nation's largest-ever gang sweep was sentenced to 30 years in federal continue reading »

UC Berkeley Chancellor Links Tucson Shooting to Immigration Debate

Striking up controversy while commenting on last weekend’s shooting, a University of California Berkeley chancellor sent an e-mail linking the Tucson shooting to Arizona’s war on undocumented immigration, and the downfall of the DREAM Act. continue reading »

Scientists Urge UN to Prepare for Aliens. No, the OTHER Kind

It may sound like something from a sci-fi movie, but United Nations scientists are saying that Earth needs to prepare... for an alien invasion. UN scientists have been urging officials to give responsibility of “supra-Earth affairs” to a branch of the government, continue reading »

Cruise Ships Leaving L.A. Port, Mexican Cruise Business Down

As the violent drug war continues in Mexico, cruises to the area have been down. In response, cruise lines out of the Port of Los Angeles are relocating some of their ships. continue reading »

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE: IRS Reminds Small Charities Reporting Requirements May Have Gotten Simpler

The Internal Revenue Service today announced that small tax-exempt organizations may be able to shift to the simpler Form 990-N (e-Postcard) for their 2010 annual information reporting. continue reading »

Legal Immigrants Could Soon Lose Commercial Driver’s Licenses

While a change to the Texas Transportation Code was enacted in 2007, it is only now being enforced by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), and it could spell disaster for legal immigrant truck drivers. continue reading »

MISSING PERSONS: Javier Tilapa, 13/M

Javier Tilapa has been missing since January 12th. He was last seen wearing a blue and black jacket, a blue and white shirt, black pants, and red shoes. continue reading »

SURVEY:  Which Ethnic Group Has Highest Divorce Rate?

The U.S. Census Bureau’s 5-Year American Community Survey showed that 12.6 percent of the American Indian population is divorced, the highest of any ethnic group in the U.S. continue reading »

‘Naked Housekeeping’ Business Owner Goes on Trial for Murder

Nude housekeeper, Thomas Cordero, 41, is on trial for stabbing Manhattan paralegal John Conley, 50, to death. In 2001, Conley hired Cordero, who advertised his naked house cleaning services on Rentboy.com. continue reading »

State Asks Organizers to Postpone Utah’s Latino Day

Citing “intense legislative debate about immigration” and a tight budget, state officials have asked even organizers to postpone next month’s Latino Day at the Capitol event until after the legislative session has ended. continue reading »

Wake Up:  You Have a Rat on Your Face - Perils of Riding Subway (VIDEO)

Yes there are dangers to riding the subway let alone in a big city, you have to worry about pick pockets, getting trampled but sometime it just peaceful enough to take a nap. continue reading »