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Chicago Police Recover Over $700,000 of Cannabis and 9 Weapons

Chicago Police Recover Over $700,000 of Cannabis and 9 Weapons

Search Warrant Yields Over 100 Pounds of High-End Cannabis, 8 Handguns and a Shotgun continue reading »

Spanish Parliament Wants You to Speak Spanish, But Which Version – Five Are Used

Spanish Parliament Wants You to Speak Spanish, But Which Version – Five Are Used

The Spanish government continues to find ways to cut spending in and is now looking at eliminating the practice of speaking five different versions of Spanish in parliament. continue reading »

Cannabis Growth Lab Discovered by Chicago Police

Cannabis Growth Lab Discovered by Chicago Police

Mobile Strike Force Officers Seize $40,000 Worth of Narcotics continue reading »

¡Adios! Jack LaLanne America’s First Fitness Guru Dies

¡Adios! Jack LaLanne America’s First Fitness Guru Dies

America’s first fitness guru, Jack LaLanne died Sunday afternoon at home at the age of 96. The one time sugar addict made a name for himself by opening the first modern health club in the U.S. situating it in California. continue reading »

NARCO BLOG: Family Massacre in Tepic, Nayarit  (Warning Explicit Photos)

NARCO BLOG: Family Massacre in Tepic, Nayarit (Warning Explicit Photos)

A couple driving on the circle on the Avenue project in the city of Tepic, Nayarit, were intercepted by armed criminals. continue reading »

Congested Roads Hitting Americans In the Pocketbook

Congested Roads Hitting Americans In the Pocketbook

For years, Americans have suffered the effects of failing transportation infrastructure, and for years, as a nation, we have ignored the increasing costs associated with that congestion. This week's report from the Texas Transportation Institute is further evidence of that fact. continue reading »

CRIME:  Charges on Fatal Crash at 6700 N. Artesian

Francisco Campos, 20, of the 5600 block of N. Central Ave., was charged with one felony count of Aggravated DUI / Accidental Death in connection with a traffic crash continue reading »

Target Set to Come to State Street

Numerous Chicago real estate sources on reporting that a Target store is set to come to State Street in the old Carson Pirie Scott store location at 1 S. State St. sometime in 2012. This location would be Target’s 11th location in the city of Chicago. continue reading »

Marijuana Growth Lab Discovered by Chicago Police

Following a tip from an anonymous citizen, Chicago Police Mobile Strike Force Officers uncovered a cannabis growth lab, seized 25 pounds of cannabis, continue reading »

The Problem With The “Hispanics Will Become White” Argument

The Problem With The “Hispanics Will Become White” Argument

A few progressive bloggers have reacted positively to former Florida governor Jeb Bush’s recent comments to the Wall Street Journal on Hispanic immigrants' willingness to assimilate: continue reading »

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to Visit Mexico

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to Visit Mexico

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will travel to Mexico at the invitation of Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa on Monday, January 24, 2011. continue reading »

New Report Finds H1N1 Vaccination Rates Lower for Hispanics, While Hospitalization Rates Higher

New Report Finds H1N1 Vaccination Rates Lower for Hispanics, While Hospitalization Rates Higher

H1N1 flu hospitalization rates for African-Americans, Hispanics, and American Indian/Alaska Natives were nearly two to one higher than rates for Whites during the 2009-2010 flu season, according to a new report, continue reading »

The Green Bay Packers clinched a berth in Super Bowl XLV with a 21-14 win against the Chicago Bears

The Green Bay Packers clinched a berth in Super Bowl XLV with a 21-14 win against the Chicago Bears

The 182nd meeting between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears came down to the final minutes. Just what you'd expect from a rivalry game. continue reading »

UN Urges Mexico to Investigate Claims of Missing Migrants, Cite Possible Police Wrong doing

UN Urges Mexico to Investigate Claims of Missing Migrants, Cite Possible Police Wrong doing

The United Nations human rights chief voiced deep concern over the fate of a group of about 40 migrants who have been missing since they were abducted in Mexico last month, and death threats to a prominent human rights defender assisting other migrants who escaped the kidnapping ordeal. continue reading »

Obama Establishes New Federal Research Center for Medicines

Obama Establishes New Federal Research Center for Medicines

The Obama administration concerned by the cutting back on research by large drug manufacturers has created a new Federal Research Center. The new billion-dollar government drug development center will help research new medicines, in hopes of attracting commercial interest . continue reading »