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Dancing With the Stars- Telenovela Star William Levy Steams up the Screen -VIDEO

Cuban-born actor William Levy is part of the group competing in the 14th season of ABC network's "Dancing With The Stars" TV show that premieres Monday in primetime. continue reading »

Assasins in Puerto Rico Leave 18-month-old On Top of Father’s Bullet Ridden Body

An 18-month-old boy was left on the body of his father after hired killers gunned the man down Monday in the eastern town of Rio Grande, the Puerto Rico Police Deparment said. continue reading »

Son of ‘Modern Family’ Latina Sofia Vergara Prepares Documentary

Manolo Gonzalez, the son of actress Sofia Vergara, is preparing a documentary based on his experiences with the star of the hit ABC series "Modern Family." continue reading »

Survival of Hospitalized Heart Failure Patients May Vary by Ethnicity

Hispanics with normal heart function had better outcomes than whites, research shows. Hispanic and white patients' chances of surviving hospitalization for heart failure can differ based continue reading »

Immigration Isn’t Everything: The Latino Vote Will Not Be Blindly Cast

As Latinos are projected to make up nearly nine percent of the electorate in November--a 26 percent increase over the 2008 figure, according to NALEO--the buzz around the power of the Latino vote is warranted. continue reading »

Excessive Drinking Costs U.S. Colleges Millions Annually

Price tag for ER visits can top $500,000 for larger universities, study finds. The emergency room costs of treating college students with injuries associated with alcohol-induced blackouts can be more than half a mil continue reading »

Narco Blog: Ten Heads Found Lined up on Sidewalk in Teloapan Mexico

At least ten human heads were found Sunday morning in the municipal town of Teloloapan, North, of which seven were males and three were females. The finding was reported with a telephone call that came in at 5:30 Sunday morning indicating that at the street San Felipe de Jesus of the colon continue reading »

Pilsen Teacher and Muralist, Francisco Mendoza, 53, Dies of Cancer

Francisco Gerardo Mendoza age 53 passed away on March 12, 2012. Surrounded by family and friends at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois.He was an esteemed colleague and great friend to all, and beloved teacher to many students. continue reading »

Nurses at Uruguay Hospitals Accused of Killing 16

Uruguayan authorities tried on Monday to calm the public after the alarm generated by the deaths of 16 patients in two Montevideo hospitals at the hands of two nurses. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Homeless Man Uses Stolen Woman’s Identity to Recieve $100,000 in Medical Care

A homeless man living on the streets of Southern California has been accused of using a stolen identity to receive as much as $100,000 in medical care, but the perhaps the most remarkable aspect of his deception is the fact that he was using a woman's identity. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Catalina Reyes Put Baby in Crawlspace to Hide it From Daycare Inspector

Police say a daycare owner in Waterbury, Connecticut was trying to hide a baby from an inspector because she was overcapacity. For four hours, the 6-month-old baby was locked in a continue reading »

Ferran and Albert Adria May Be Opening Mexican Restaurant in Spain

The famed Adria brothers of Spain will reportedly be opening another restaurant. Spanish sources are reporting that this time around, Ferran and Albert Adria will be opening a Mexican restaurant in Barcelona. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Iraq War Veteran Abel Gutierrez Kills Sister, Self - Mother Still Missing

Police believe an Iraq War veteran in southern California killed his sister, himself, and possibly his mother. Two weeks ago, the family of 27-year-old Abel Gutierrez called police, saying the national guardsman continue reading »

Will Ferrell’s ‘Casa de Mi Padre’ Makes it into Weekend’s Top 10 with $2.2 Million at Opening

Though it had a limited release (just 382 theaters) Diego Luna’s film Casa de Mi Padre, starring Will Ferrell and himself, broke into the top 10 films in its opening weekend. continue reading »

Trying to get Marriage License, NYC Latina Learns She’s Already Married…Three Times

When a New York City resident went to apply for a marriage license she was surprised to learn that she was already married, and more than once! In 2004, Anna Vargas continue reading »

Shootout in Rio de Janeiro Leaves 3 Dead

Three people were killed Monday in a gunbattle between drug gangs in a Rio slum that has been under police occupation for four months, Brazilian authorities said. continue reading »

JUST IN:  Romney Wins Puerto Rico Primary Trouncing Rick Santorum

Former Massachusetts Governor and Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has apparently won the Puerto Rico primary. Though residents of this territory cannot vote for a President they do have twenty delegates to give to the primary winner. continue reading »

Foreign Investors Purchasing U.S. Homes

Although many foreign investment companies have shied away from investing in U.S. real estate as a result of the housing market crash, many individual foreign investors are jumping at the opportunity to get a good deal on a house in the U.S. continue reading »

Narco Sub Pioneer Captured by Colombian Authorities

The drug trafficker who pioneered the use of submarines to smuggle cocaine has been captured in southwestern Colombia, the National Police said. continue reading »

McDonald’s Tops the List among Hispanic Advertisers

While total advertising spending increased modestly by a .8 percent in 2011 the big news came in Spanish language TV advertising that increased by 19.1%. This new data was released by Kantar Media a strategic advertising and marketing company. continue reading »