Tag Results for "Mexican Consulate"
A thirteen-year-old boy from Mexico has been awarded the highest single case settlement from the Los Angeles Police Department, after being left paralyzed when he was shot as he carried a toy gun. continue reading »
Los Angeles professional soccer team Chivas USA has formed a partnership with the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles to give $50,000 for need-based scholarships for Mexican and Mexican-American students at Loyola Marymount University this year. continue reading »
The Consulate General of Mexico is pleased to announce the World Premiere of 'After Tomorrow' by Mexican composer Edgar Guzman, presented by Dal Niente Ensemble. The premiere will take place at Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Illinois on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. The cost of a ticket is $20. continue reading »
Asistió a la ceremonia de inauguración del alcalde de la ciudad, Rahm Emanuel. El lunes 16 de mayo Eduardo Arnal tomo posesión como Cónsul General de México en Chicago, nombramiento conferido por el Presidente de México, Felipe Calderón. continue reading »
In May 2001, a group of Mexican professionals dedicated to graphic communications lead by Alfonso Huerta created KROW, a firm dedicated to developing corporate images continue reading »
In 2008, a Mexican Congress-issued report claimed that U.S. authorities had deported more than 90,000 children, but over 13,000 of those kids were never reunited with their families. continue reading »
Texas Governor Rick Perry is intervening on behalf of Tiffany Young-Hartley and her family asking for help from Mexico's President Felipe Calderon. Governor Perry wants a guarantee that the Tamaulipas State police will continue to search for the missing body of Hartley's husband, Michael Harltey, that went missing after being allegedly shot to death at by Mexican pirates. Specifically Perry is asking the President to call him and hopes that he will call "within the next 48 hours" and feels that if they body has been retrieved its because "they aren't looking hard enough," continue reading »