Latino State News

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Rescue 13 Illegal Aliens From Extreme Conditions

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Rescue 13 Illegal Aliens From Extreme Conditions

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector saved the lives of 13 illegal aliens over the weekend and early this morning. continue reading »

Juanes Announces Tour, Says 3 Year Hiatus is a Rumor

Juanes Announces Tour, Says 3 Year Hiatus is a Rumor

The Colombian singer said in an interview that his singing career is far from over, and he’ll just take a few family days after a series of Spain concerts. continue reading »

Sen. McCain Blames Arizona Wildfires on Illegal Immigration

Sen. McCain Blames Arizona Wildfires on Illegal Immigration

As firefighters in Arizona battle the raging wildfires, U.S. Senator John McCain is pointing the finger at illegal immigration as the cause of the ongoing fires that have left so many without homes, and immigration advocates have had enough. continue reading »

Brazil Court Orders Man Convicted of Ordering Nun’s Death to Remain in Jail

Brazil Court Orders Man Convicted of Ordering Nun’s Death to Remain in Jail

Brazil’s top court has decided that the rancher convicted of masterminding the murder of a US Nun in 2005 will remain in court while his case is appealed. continue reading »

Watch the trailer for Andrés Wood’s Much Awaited New Film (VIDEO)

Watch the trailer for Andrés Wood’s Much Awaited New Film (VIDEO)

“Violeta se Fué a Los Cielos” is the name of Andres Wood’s latest production. It is a film about the life and work of Violeta Parra. continue reading »

Latino Groups Files Redistricting Lawsuit in Texas

Latino Groups Files Redistricting Lawsuit in Texas

A lawsuit has been filed in federal court to have Texas House and congressional maps redrawn to better reflect the demographics of the state. “Latinos in Texas have earned the right to districts that reflect their strength and importance in the state continue reading »

Illegal Reentry Now Top Reported Criminal Charge, Surpassing Illegal Entry

Illegal Reentry Now Top Reported Criminal Charge, Surpassing Illegal Entry

According to a recent report, illegal reentry to the U.S. has become the top criminal charge, as it accounts for almost a quarter of all criminal prosecutions, and almost half of all criminal immigration prosecutions filed in the first half of fiscal year 2011. continue reading »

Shakira and Piqué Together In Jerusalem

Shakira and Piqué Together In Jerusalem

The singer is participating in a child education forum, sponsored by the president of Israel. The soccer player, tagged along. continue reading »

ICE Arrests over 2,400 Convicted Criminal Aliens, Fugitives in Countrywide Operation

ICE Arrests over 2,400 Convicted Criminal Aliens, Fugitives in Countrywide Operation

As part of the Obama administration's ongoing commitment to prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens that threaten public and national security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) toda continue reading »

UN Expert Urges Mexican ‘State of Emergency’ to Battle Food Poverty and Obesity

UN Expert Urges Mexican ‘State of Emergency’ to Battle Food Poverty and Obesity

A United Nations food expert has called for a “state of emergency” in Mexico to battle both food poverty and obesity, and suggested that changes to the country’s agricultural policies could tackle the two problems simultaneously. continue reading »

Campus Party Takes Over Colombia! (VIDEO)

Campus Party Takes Over Colombia! (VIDEO)

With 102,845 registered Campers around the world, the largest expo of all things tech prepares to kick in June 27. continue reading »

Hurricane Beatriz Threatens some of Mexico’s Most Popular Resorts

Hurricane Beatriz Threatens some of Mexico’s Most Popular Resorts

The Pacific ports of Acapulco, Manzanillo and Zihuatanejo are closed. The US National Hurricane Center said winds rose to 150km/h (90mph), with the storm moving over the coast. continue reading »

Argentine Hotel of Francis Ford Coppola Broken Into AGAIN!

Argentine Hotel of Francis Ford Coppola Broken Into AGAIN!

It happened again! In 2007, burglars took expensive film equipment including computers that had the script for his film “Tetro” continue reading »

“Cause for Shame and Mourning” the Situation in Venezuelan Prisons

“Cause for Shame and Mourning” the Situation in Venezuelan Prisons

The horrific acts of violence which took place in the last few days in Venezuela's prisons – particularly in the Internado Judicial Capital El Rodeo I in Guatire, in the state of Miranda - of which still continue reading »

North Side Couple Charged in Several Robberies

Chicago Police arrested and charged two people in connection with a number of robbery incidents in the Lincoln Park and Logan Square neighborhood. continue reading »