1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content



Latino State News

Dakar Rally     Off-Road Race in South America

Dakar Rally   Off-Road Race in South America

Famed as the longest, most brutal off-road race in the world, the Dakar Rally is open to amateur and professional entries. Fifteen stages are driven over a two-week period. continue reading »

Is Golden Globe Nominee and TV Star Sofia Vergara Ready to be a Senator’s Wife?

Is Golden Globe Nominee and TV Star Sofia Vergara Ready to be a Senator’s Wife?

The Hill is reporting that television sitcom actress Sofia Vergara’s boyfriend, Nick Loeb, is mulling a bid for a Republican Senate run in Florida in 2012. Vergara is the very sexy star of ‘Modern Family’ and Loeb an heir to the Loeb Rhoades banking family. continue reading »

Tensions High in Greece over Building Anti-Immigrant Fence

Tensions High in Greece over Building Anti-Immigrant Fence

Over 1000 people marched in Athens Greece to protest the controversial plan to build a fence at the border with Turkey to stop illegal immigrants from entering Greece. continue reading »

Executives in Latin America have Highest Level of Confidence in Regions Economy

A global survey conducted by business consultants Grant Thornton has found that executives in Latin America have the highest level of confidence in their respective economy. continue reading »

Coffins by Truckload in Brazil- All Must be Buried This Evening Regardless if Identified (VIDEO)

The northern region of Rio de Janiero remains muddy and in shatters after approximately 560 people died from mudslides and rains that over took the area several days ago. The towns are seeing coffins being loaded by the truckload in order to prevent disease. Some town have burial mandates that must be completed by this evening, 5:00 p.m. even if they have not been identified. continue reading »

Another Canseco in the News – Twin Ozzie Arrested for DUI

Another Canseco in the News – Twin Ozzie Arrested for DUI

Just as Jose Canseco was reveling in the news that he would be part of the Celebrity Apprentice 2011 cast, the lone Latin, his twin brother Ozzie was arrested for DUI this early morning. continue reading »

Hispanic Women Charged with Running Illegal Breast & Butt Silicone Clinic in Bronx, Used Krazy Glue

Hispanic Women Charged with Running Illegal Breast & Butt Silicone Clinic in Bronx, Used Krazy Glue

A Dominican Republic native and Bronx resident has been charged with running an illegal cosmetic enhancement clinic out of her apartment where she did boob and booty silicone injections. continue reading »

Indiana’s SB 590 Attacks Immigrants and their Languages

Indiana’s SB 590 Attacks Immigrants and their Languages

Indiana State Sen. Mike Delph, R- Carmel not only wants to implement a Arizona style bill but wants to bar the use of any language but English in most government transactions. continue reading »

Sen. Menendez Blasts Obama’s Cuban Policy Changes

Sen. Menendez Blasts Obama’s Cuban Policy Changes

U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, D-N.J., a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, released the following statement after the Obama administration today announced changes to policy to Cuba travel and remittances policy: continue reading »

Mexican Gunman Fire Shots Across Border at U.S. Workers

Mexican Gunman Fire Shots Across Border at U.S. Workers

Texas officials are reporting that at least one or more Mexican gunmen fired shots at a road crew working at Fort Quitman, Texas in an isolated part of Hudspeth County with a high-powered rifle. continue reading »

Wildlife Service Determined to Reintroduce Endangered Mexican Grey Wolves to Wild

Wildlife Service Determined to Reintroduce Endangered Mexican Grey Wolves to Wild

Though years have passed since federal wildlife officials began attempts to reintroduce the endangered Mexican gray wolf to the Southwest, officials say this year, it will happen. continue reading »

Ten Places in South America to Escape the Northern Winter

Ten Places in South America to Escape the Northern Winter

Although it seems as if the whole world is being hammered by icy winds and brutal snowstorms, it is winter only in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, it’s summer, and in South America continue reading »

Change for America and Cuba

Change for America and Cuba

President Obama has directed the Secretaries of State, Treasury, and Homeland Security to take a series of steps to continue efforts to reach out to the Cuban people in support of their desire to freely determine their country’s future. continue reading »

Brighton Park Residents a Step Closer to Access to Health Care

Wednesday, a grant application by the UIC Neighborhoods Initiative was submitted. Id accepted this could result in better access to healthcare in the medically lacking area of Brighton Park. continue reading »

Chilean Miner and Elvis Fan Pena Visits VivaELVIS in Las Vegas

Chilean Miner and Elvis Fan Pena Visits VivaELVIS in Las Vegas

Edison Pena, the Chilean miner who became popular worldwide as a major Elvis fan, visited Las Vegas to experience Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil continue reading »