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LATINO BLOTTER: Soccer Coach Accused of Molesting 15-Yr-Old Player on His Team

Law enforcement in Los Angeles officials are now asking any additional victims or anyone with information about any sexual abuse at the hands of a soccer coach to come forward. continue reading »

Steven Tyler Strips and Moons at End of American Idol - J.Lo, Randy Jackson Horrified (VIDEO)

As the credits rolled on Thursday night's American Idol, viewers were joined by judges Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson while watching third judge, Steven Tyler strips off his clothes and moon the cameras before jumping into the nearby pool. continue reading »

Flu Season Off to a Very Late Start: CDC

There's been an uptick in cases in February, but this is latest arrival in decades. It took a long time to get started, but this winter's flu season is finally here, say experts at continue reading »

Second-Chance Romance Might Not Bring Happiness

Ex-partners should stay that way, new study suggests. Contrary to fairy tale-like depictions in movies and books, reuniting with a former romantic partner is unlikely to make you happy, a new study shows. continue reading »

Mammograms Can Save Lives of Women in Their 40s: Study

More cancers spotted this way were found at early stages, were easier to treat. Breast cancers in women aged 40 to 49 that are diagnosed by mammograms continue reading »

Gov. Quinn’s Budget Includes Devastating Cuts for Illinois’ Latino Families

As Illinois' fiscal crisis continues to ravage the state--Illinois has $8 billion in unpaid bills--the fiscal year 2013 (FY13) budget proposed yesterday by Gov. Pat Quinn delivered a healthy dose of reality. continue reading »

Three Young Men Were Tortured and Executed in Culiacan (Warning Gruesome Photos)

On Wednesday morning 3 young people were found dead. The 3 bodies were found together near the Villas del Sol subdivision in the city of Culiacan. They were located in the vicinity of Villas del Sol subdivision on the banks of irrigation canal known as the 7. continue reading »

Last of the 17 Peru Prison Escapees Caught

Police captured the last two prisoners still at large from a group of 17 who escaped last weekend from Challapalca prison in southern Peru, the Interior Ministry announced Thursday in a communique. continue reading »

Salma Hayek to Turn Gibran’s “Prophet” into Animated Film

Mexican actress and producer Salma Hayek plans to make an animated film based on Lebanese author Khalil Gibran's novel "The Prophet," The Hollywood Reporter said Thursday. The book, written in 1923, consists of 26 chapters devoted to topics such as love, marriage, childhood, joy, freedom, death and faith. continue reading »

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez Needs a New Hairstylist

As a result of her opposition to same-sex marriage, Gov. Susana Martinez (R) will have to find a new hairstylist. Her former stylist, Antonio Darden, owner of Antonio’s Hair Studio in Santa Fe, refuses to continue seeing the Governor. continue reading »

DHS Ending 287(g) Program in Favor of Added Support of Secure Communities

USA Today is reporting that the immigration program known as 287(g) is coming to an end. The program gives authority to local law enforcement officials to act somewhat continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Throws Lunch at Wife Because he Said the Food was Bad

An Arizona man was so upset about his wife’s cooking that, according to police, he threw the meal at her. Police in Chandler, Arizona say Isidro Curiel, 37, didn’t the meal his wife made so much tha continue reading »

Demi Lovato Opens Up in New MTV Documentary ‘Stay Strong’ (VIDEO)

Over the last few years, singer/actress Demi Lovato has been through a lot. Worldwide fame as a teenager, full-time jobs in television and movies, national and international singer tours, and al continue reading »

Upcoming Ceremony Acknowledges Forced Removal of Mexican Americans during Great Depression

On Sunday, February 26, 2012, MALDEF and LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes will host a formal commemoration ceremony and acknowledgment of the apology made regarding the massive Mexican American repatriation/expatriation drives of the 1930’s. continue reading »

Gabriel Trujillo Dies at Age Four, Victim of his Grandmother’s Abuse

Found unconscious in the home of his grandmother on Valentine’s Day, little Gabriel Trujillo died Friday at Colorado’s Children’s Hospital in Aurora. continue reading »

Activists Call for School Cops to End Cooperation with Immigration Officials

A young Hispanic activist denounced the fact that there are new cases of cooperation between school police and immigration agents in three Colorado counties, continue reading »

Six Questions to Ask When Shopping for Homeowners Insurance

Know What You Need Coverage for Before Buying or Renewing a Policy. Being an informed consumer means not only reading your homeowners insurance policy closely but also continue reading »

U.S. Visas Aid Trafficking Victims, At Their Peril

Zoraida Peña Canal, left, was trafficked from Peru to be a domestic servant in Walnut Creek. Lawyer Avantika Rao guided her through the complex T visa program. Peña Canal prevailed, without law enforcement certification of her case. Photo courtesy of Avantika Rao. continue reading »

President Obama Sings “Sweet Home Chicago”  (VIDEO)

Last night, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted an incredible group of performers for a night of blues music as part of the PBS "In Performance at the White House" series. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Couple Murdered in Michoacan ( Warning: Gruesome Photos)

A man and a woman were found dead under a bridge, on the border of Michoacan and Jalisco. The victims were located under the bridge known as El Patron, Tuesday morning. The victims remain unknown, since they did not carry any identification. continue reading »