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Freddie Prinze Jr. Returns! Joins Cast of NBC Comedy Pilot

Freddie Prinze Jr. is returning to the small screen in a NBC comedy pilot from “Community” writer Hilary Wintson. The untitled pilot will also star Mena Suvari, Kyle Howard, Aubrey Doll continue reading »

Mexican-American BMX Pro to Star in The Ricardo Laguna Project’ -Reality Show From Wilmer Valderrama

Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, the bilingual/bicultural entertainment destination for Latinos in the US, announces the premiere of the new docu-series The Ricardo Laguna Project under Executive Producers Wil continue reading »

Genesis Rodriguez in ‘Flaunt Magazine,’ Discusses Working With Will Ferrell in ‘Casa de Mi Padre’

As the daughter of a Venezuelan icon, Genesis Rodriguez received some great advice when she decided to entered show business Her father told her, "Just do me a favor: take the pressure off. Nobody is telling you to get a job. Just have fun with it. Just take it easy. You’re doing what you like to do, aren’t you?" continue reading »

ACLU Says California City Is “Profiting” From Undocumented Immigrants

Pro-immigrant activists and the American Civil Liberties Union have accused officials in the Southern California city of Escondido of generating ongoing profits from undocumented immigra continue reading »

Sugary Drinks Can Be Hard on Heart: Study

Men who drank one sweet beverage daily had higher risk of heart disease. Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages every day raises men's risk of heart disease, a long-term study finds. continue reading »

Narcotics Investigation Leads to Seizure of More than $750K Worth of Methamphetamine, $80K in Cash

A Chicago Police Narcotics Division Team investigation on the city’s southwest side led to the recovery of four pounds of methamphetamine, $80,000 USC, and the arrest of a Texas woman Monday afternoon. Cecilia Yanez, 50, of Mission, Texas, was charged continue reading »

Guatemalan Involved in 1982 Massacre Sentenced to 6000 Years in Prison

A veteran of a notorious army unit was sentenced to 6,060 years in prison for his part in the 1982 massacre of 201 peasants in northern Guatemala. continue reading »

Police in Taubaté, Brazil Hire Batman to Help Fight Crime

Though we have a feeling he won't have the really cool gadgets associated with the caped superhero, Batman will now be helping to keep Taubaté, Brazil a safer place. continue reading »

Check Out Will Ferrell Singing in Spanish for ‘Casa de Mi Padre’ (VIDEO)

Will Ferrell sings in Spanish for "Casa de Mi Padre" which opens in theaters on March 16. Check out him singing "Yo No Se". continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: North Carolina Man Arrested After Teen he Allegedly Raped Gives Birth in Bathroom

North Carolina police have arrested Juan Martinez Hernandez on rape charges after a 14-year-old girl identified him as the father of her child. Though police are still investigating the case, Juan Martinez Hernandez, continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Cop Arrested for Assaulting Girlfriend he Says Attacked him With Justin Bieber Doll

A Colorado cop is now on desk duty after he reportedly assaulted his girlfriend allegedly in self-defense after a 'Justin Bieber' doll attack. continue reading »

Medical Convention Cancels in Response to Alabama Immigration Law

The state of Alabama’s controversial immigration laws have caused a medical association to cancel its 2012 convention in Mobile, for fear that some of may be harassed if they attend. continue reading »

Bo, the First Family’s Dog, Wants a Little Camera Time with a Univision Reporter (VIDEO)

Though there was a lot of hoopla surrounding the dog President Obama’s family bought after moving into the White House, the dog, Bo, hasn’t done too many interviews. However, he may have been trying to ca continue reading »

Argentine Newspaper Giant’s Subsidiary to Buy Largest U.S. Hispanic Press Group

A subsidiary of Argentina's S.A La Nacion newspaper group is to take a controlling interest in impreMedia, the largest publisher of Spanish-language newspapers in the United States. continue reading »

Rey B. Gonzalez Receives National Hispanic Hero Award

Rey B. Gonzalez, the Co-founder of USHLI and Chairman of the Board of Directors for the last 25 years, received the National Hispanic Hero Award at USHLI's 30th national conference, held February 16-19 in Chicago. continue reading »

Georgia Passes New Immigration Law Concerning Dreamers

Last Monday, March 6th, the Georgia Senate, passed a new immigration law called the SB458. Represented by the Republican Party, this law addresses the current issues related to the Dream Act and recent state legislature that pertains to undocumented immigrants and their children. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Four Killed in Bar in Guerrero ( Warning: Graphic Photos)

This weekend four men were attacked while they sat drinking beer at a local Bar "The Amiga Tonin" on the Zumpango River: two died on the spot and two more at the Community Hospital. continue reading »

Attorney Gen. Madigan: DHS Caseworker Guilty in Kickback Scheme

Chicago ─ Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced a Cook County jury has found an Illinois Department of Human Services caseworker guilty on fraud and official misconduct charges for allegedly bilking the state out of thousands of dollars. continue reading »

Javier Bardem Goes Blond for Bond

Spanish actor Javier Bardem will wear a police uniform and a blond wig in his role as the villain in the next James Bond movie, according to photos from the shoot published Monday in London. continue reading »

After Greta Van Susteren Complains, Louis C.K. Backs Out of Correspondents Association Dinner

After Fox News' Greta Van Susteren started an uproar over comedian Louis C.K. headlining the 68th annual Radio & Television Congressional Correspondents, the red-haired funnyman has announced that he will no longer be performing. continue reading »