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LATINO BLOTTER: Gun-Toting Felon Arrested Thanks to Facebook Photos

LATINO BLOTTER: Gun-Toting Felon Arrested Thanks to Facebook Photos

A Florida man was arrested and plead guilty to illegally possessing firearms after being caught on Facebook. Alain Ramirez, 28, was convicted of felony burglary in 2008, and was therefore not allowed to possess firearms or ammunition. continue reading »

Miami’s Casa Casuarina, aka Versace Mansion, Faces Uncertain Future

Miami’s Casa Casuarina, aka Versace Mansion, Faces Uncertain Future

Casa Casuarina, the South Beach mansion where Italian designer Gianni Versace was murdered in 1997, faces an uncertain future after its current owner filed for bankrutpcy protection. continue reading »

Man Steals $2M in Merchandise from Toys-R-Us Stores Across the Country

Man Steals $2M in Merchandise from Toys-R-Us Stores Across the Country

A man named Ignatius "Michael" Pollara is accused of stealing more than $2 million in merchandise from Toys-R-Us stores across the country. According to Florida investigators, Pollara is one of the continue reading »

People With Money Could Buy Visa Under Immigration Reform

People With Money Could Buy Visa Under Immigration Reform

The U.S. Senate wants to create an “investor visa,” which would expand the current EB-5 program by lowering the investment threshold for foreign nationals seeking U.S. residency. continue reading »

STUDY: For Hispanics and Black George Zimmerman Shows Criminal Injustice

STUDY: For Hispanics and Black George Zimmerman Shows Criminal Injustice

Blacks and Hispanics are more likely than whites to believe that George Zimmerman would have been arrested immediately had he shot a white person, according to a newly published study. continue reading »

Fertility or Birth Rate? What Jeb Bush Really Meant

Fertility or Birth Rate? What Jeb Bush Really Meant

Jeb Bush got the Twitter to flutter over the weekend because of something he said. He was speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition conference in Washington when he made this statement: continue reading »

One Ethnic Minority Part of All Woman Jury Deciding George Zimmerman’s Fate

One Ethnic Minority Part of All Woman Jury Deciding George Zimmerman’s Fate

The state of Florida has chosen an all woman jury to determine the fate of George Zimmerman on charges of murdering African-American teen Trayvon Martin. continue reading »

POLL:  Florida Voters Not Thrilled with Rubio’s Work on Immigration

POLL:  Florida Voters Not Thrilled with Rubio’s Work on Immigration

Florida voters give Sen. Marco Rubio negative ratings for his work on immigration reform and strongly disagree with his vote in the U.S. Senate against requiring background checks for those buying gun continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Police Find Cocaine Between Man’s Toes, He Claims “Not Mine”

LATINO BLOTTER: Police Find Cocaine Between Man’s Toes, He Claims “Not Mine”

A Florida man was arrested earlier this month after police discovered cocaine between the man's toes. Martin Perez, 33, was arrested on a battery charge in St. Lucie County, Florida on June 2. continue reading »

Spanish-Language CNN Latino Now Available in Miami

Spanish-Language CNN Latino Now Available in Miami

CNN Latino, a Spanish-language programming block tailored for the U.S. broadcast market, will be available in South Florida starting next August. continue reading »

Florida Gov. Vetoes Bill Allowing Undocumented to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

Florida Gov. Vetoes Bill Allowing Undocumented to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday vetoed a bill that would have allowed the issuance of driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants accepted into the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. continue reading »

What Is He Thinking? Sen. Rubio Endangering Immigration Reform Passage - Proposing Key Change

What Is He Thinking? Sen. Rubio Endangering Immigration Reform Passage - Proposing Key Change

No one is sure where Senator Marco Rubio obtained his negotiation skills but someone should of told him it is not wise to change the rules of the game when the game has started and when you wrote the first set of rules in the first place. continue reading »

Defected Cuban Ballerinas to Perform in Miami For First Time

Defected Cuban Ballerinas to Perform in Miami For First Time

The seven members of the National Ballet of Cuba who defected in March while on tour in Mexico will perform for the first time in the United States at a May 25 show in Miami. continue reading »

Top 5 Fastest Growing Cities Among Hispanics

Top 5 Fastest Growing Cities Among Hispanics

While Los Angeles, New York, Houston, Miami and Chicago have the largest shares of the Latino population, a recent study shows that Hispanics are moving to newer regions of the United States. continue reading »

Spanish Foreign Minister Attends Flag Ceremony in Miami

Spanish Foreign Minister Attends Flag Ceremony in Miami

Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo attended a flag ceremony on board the Spanish navy training vessel Juan Sebastian Elcano in Miami on Sunday. continue reading »