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Blog Del Narco: Vigilante Kills Two Men, Calling them Thieves and Rapists

Two male persons were found executed by gunfire in the vicinity of the ejido Camajoa. Tuesday morning a few people passing through the Canal Alto discovered the bodies of two young half-naked and immediately reported the incident to authorities. continue reading »

Chicago Shakespeare Theater presents’ Short Shakespeare! The Taming of the Shrew’

The Taming of the Shrew at Benito Juarez Community Academy Performing Arts Center. Presented in English with projected Spanish translation and featuring a prologue by leading members of the Pilsen community continue reading »

Gay Couple Married in 2011 Fights to Stay Together as One Faces Deportation

Undocumented Mexican immigrant Alfonso Garcia, who married a U.S. man - Brian Willingham - in New York in 2011, this week will attend a hearing to try and halt his deportation while he pursues a petition for legal residence based on his matrimonial union. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Former Mr. Panama Arrested on Cocaine Trafficking Charges

The man named Mr. Panama 2004 has been arrested for trafficking cocaine. On March 12, Harry Agustin Duncan Maslivar, who was working as a flight attendant for Copa Airlies, w continue reading »

Peru Hotel Unveils Barbie-Themed Suite

In 2004, Argentina’s Buenos Aires Hilton inaugurated the world’s first Barbie Room, and Peru has now followed suit (or should we say “suite”). In the desert peninsula of Paracas, Peru continue reading »

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Cuban Cutie William Levy Sees Sexual Assault Case Dropped

In 2010, actor-model William Levy was sued for sexual battery of a minor, but this week, the telenovela star has reason to flash that impressive smile, as the case against him was dropped. continue reading »

Malia in Mexico: White House Causes Stir Asking Media to Remove First Daughter Spring Break Stories

Media reports on President Obama’s daughter Malia Ann vacationing in Mexico for Spring Break on a school trip were quickly removed Monday and Tuesday, leaving readers wondering, “What happened?” continue reading »

Soon-to-be Deported Argentinian Fake Plays Special OP’s Solider to Reenter U.S. at Later Date

United States Attorney Robert Pitman announced that 42-year-old Mario Oscar Achaval of Argentina faces up to 15 years in federal prison after a jury in San Antonio convicted him of producing false U.S. military identification documents. continue reading »

Latino Blotter:  Step Dad Drives Around Auto Show Parking Lot with 7-year-old on Rooftop

It is up to you to determine if Abelardo Araujo is a fun-loving step dad or one of the worse. continue reading »

Council Opposes Oil Search off Coast of Spain’s Canary Islands

Elected officials in the Canary Islands plan to ask Spain's Supreme Court to block plans for oil exploration in the Spanish archipelago off the coast of Africa. continue reading »

OMG! 20-Somethings Stressed by $45,000 in Average Debt

Combine Tech Tools, 'Safety Net' and Time to Increase Savings to Recover, PNC Advises. Twenty-somethings' mounting debt is taking its toll, as 60 percent of the generation who grew up a continue reading »

Secondhand Smoke in Childhood Linked to Lung Disease Years Later

Study found it nearly doubled risk for breathing condition. Children exposed to secondhand smoke have nearly twice the risk of developing a lung condition called chronic obstructive pulmonary disease when the continue reading »

New Type 2 Diabetes Drug Helps Lower Blood Sugar: Study

But, FDA wants questions about the drug's long-term safety answered before approval. A new type of medication for type 2 diabetes helps to lower blood sugar levels when used in concert with ins continue reading »

Friendly International Games Between U.S and Cuba Will Resume in July

Cuba and the United States in July will resume in Havana an annual series of friendly baseball games that will serve to prepare both countries for international events. continue reading »

Citizen’s Twins Born Abroad Denied U.S. Citizenship Because They were Conceived Through In Vitro

When Chicago native Ellie Lavi gave birth to twins while visiting Israel she was excited about being a mother, but when she attempted to apply for citizenship for her children at the U.S. embassy, some of that excitement vanished. continue reading »

New Mexico Tourism Ad Causing Controversy with “Light-skinned” Casting Call

A tourism ad that hasn’t even been seen yet is causing quite a stir for a few reasons. Residents were annoyed that an ad promoting New Mexico was not being produced by a New continue reading »

N. Carolina Professor Facing Cocaine Smuggling Charges in Argentina

A North Carolina physicist and professor has been arrested in Argentina for allegedly attempting to smuggle cocaine into the United States. Professor Paul H. Frampton of the University of Nor continue reading »

Houston “Enchilada Queen” Sylvia Caseras Shot, Police Looking for her Boyfriend

Houston police are on the lookout for taco truck driver Michael Warren, after his girlfriend, known as the “Enchilada Queen,” is recovering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: 12 Police Killed in Ambush in Guerrero Mexico Near Site of Beheadings

Twelve police officers were killed in an ambush in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, not far from the site where 10 human heads were found over the weekend, spokespersons for the state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: 19-Year-Old Briana Rios Ran Illegal Bookie Business, Made $300K a Year

Florida investigators say they have uncovered evidence that 19-year-old Briana Rios was heading an illegal gambling operation in Miami, which was making her roughly $300,000 a year. continue reading »