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¡Hola! Magazine Launches TV Network in U.S.

¡Hola! Magazine Launches TV Network in U.S.

If you love what you read and see in ¡Hola! Magazine then get ready for more. The ¡Hola! brand is partnering with Atrresmedia Television to launch ¡Hola! TV that will be availabie in the U.S. and throughout Latin America as a pay-TV channel. continue reading »

REPORT:  Immigration Detention Program Strains Local Budgets

REPORT:  Immigration Detention Program Strains Local Budgets

A new study shows the Federal “Secure Communities Program,” which aims to extend prison stays and the deportation of people perceived as threats, is straining local budgets costing taxpayers about $12.5 million a year. continue reading »

JUST IN:  George Zimmerman Arrested for Domestic Altercation Involving Gun

JUST IN:  George Zimmerman Arrested for Domestic Altercation Involving Gun

Reports are coming out of Orlando that George Zimmerman has been taken into custody after an alteration involving a gun. continue reading »

Former Pinochet Lieutenant Sued in Florida for Torture, Death of Victor Jara

Former Pinochet Lieutenant Sued in Florida for Torture, Death of Victor Jara

The Center for Justice and Accountability ("CJA") and pro-bono counsel Chadbourne & Parke, LLP ("Chadbourne") today announced that they have filed a lawsuit on behalf of the surviving family members of Chilean folk singer and social icon Victor Jara, who was imprisoned, tortured and executed in Chile during the early days of the brutal military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet on September 11, 1973. continue reading »

Florida Backs Off Bid to Bar Public Contracts for Firms With Cuba Ties

Florida Backs Off Bid to Bar Public Contracts for Firms With Cuba Ties

Florida authorities have decided not to enforce a law that bans the state and local governments from hiring companies that have business ties with Cuba, The Miami Herald reported. continue reading »

George Zimmerman Stopped AGAIN for Speeding

George Zimmerman Stopped AGAIN for Speeding

Reports are coming out that George Zimmerman was stopped by local Florida police for speeding this week. This would be his second speeding infraction since he was acquitted of killing teen Trayvon Martin. continue reading »

She Did It: Diana Nyad Finishes 53 Hour Cuba-to-Florida Swim Making History

She Did It: Diana Nyad Finishes 53 Hour Cuba-to-Florida Swim Making History

U.S. endurance swimmer Diana Nyad completed Monday her swim from Havana to Key West, Florida, after 52 hours in the water without the protection of a shark cage. continue reading »

Goal in Sight: Diana Nyad 10 Miles from Coast in Her Cuba-to-Florida Attempt

Goal in Sight: Diana Nyad 10 Miles from Coast in Her Cuba-to-Florida Attempt

The fifth time might be the charm for long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad. The 64-year-old swimmer is getting closer to her goal of swimming the103 miles that separate the coasts of Cuba and Florida. Her support team tweeted that she is less than 10 miles away from Florida after swimming for 43 hours non-stop. continue reading »

Family of Zachary Reyna Who Died of Amoeba Eating Brian Disease Donates Organs

Family of Zachary Reyna Who Died of Amoeba Eating Brian Disease Donates Organs

Zachary Reyna will live on and “began his journey to save lives” today when his family announced the 12-year-olds’ organs were being donated. continue reading »

Longest Running Spanish-Language Show ‘Sabado Gigante’ Gets Ready to Welcome Michelle Obama

Longest Running Spanish-Language Show ‘Sabado Gigante’ Gets Ready to Welcome Michelle Obama

The longest-running Spanish-language program and Univision ratings hit ‘Sabado Gigante’ is getting ready to welcome First Lady Michelle Obama this Saturday. continue reading »

Spanish Speaking CNN Latino Begins Broadcasting in Miami

Spanish Speaking CNN Latino Begins Broadcasting in Miami

CNN Latino, a Spanish-language programming block tailored for the U.S. market, begins broadcasting Monday on the Miami airwaves to South Florida's numerous Hispanic community. CNN Latino, now available on broadcast television in South Florida on WDFL-LD Channel 11, and on cable via Comcast and AT&T U-verse, debuted earlier in Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Orlando and Tampa. continue reading »

Disney’s Sinkhole Problem and Not the One You Get in Your Pocket from their Admission Fees

Disney’s Sinkhole Problem and Not the One You Get in Your Pocket from their Admission Fees

Authorities are investigating a new sinkhole that on Monday morning swallowed part of a building at a resort in central Florida and forced the evacuation of all the guests, although evidently nobody was injured or worse. continue reading »

Derek Medina Facebook Posts Murdered Wife’s Corpse and After Offering Successful Marriage Tips

Derek Medina Facebook Posts Murdered Wife’s Corpse and After Offering Successful Marriage Tips

Derek Medina wanted to make sure he was caught for the alleged murder of his 26-year-old wife walking into a Miami police station confessing to the killing of Jennifer Alonso on Thursday afternoon. He also admitted to the killing to his father. continue reading »

No More Hunting for Spanish Treasures Says Florida

No More Hunting for Spanish Treasures Says Florida

Florida should be a treasure hunter’s dream come true. Except it’s not. Its sand and sea hide riches of the past, thanks to the state’s Spanish colonizers of the 1500s and treasure-laden ships that sank off shores. continue reading »

Congressman Garcia Applauds Passage of Bipartisan Bill Putting Students First

Congressman Garcia Applauds Passage of Bipartisan Bill Putting Students First

Congressman Joe Garcia (FL-26) issued the following statement subsequent to the passage of a partisan student loan deal that Congress passed yesterday addressing the student loan interest rate hike that took place on July 1st continue reading »