Latino State News

Selena vs Taylor Watch Them Rap to Nicki Minaj, Whose Better?  (VIDEO)

First we have Taylor Swift rapping to Nicki Minaj ‘Super Bass’ on a radio interview and boosting her love of the song then Selena Gomez comes along with her rap version. continue reading »

Hispanics to Lose Access to Medicare Drugs and Treatment

Hispanics to Lose Access to Medicare Drugs and Treatment

An American Heritage Foundation study has determined that because of The Healthcare Reform Act "low income beneficiaries and minorities, especially Hispanics will bear the brunt of the cuts. continue reading »

Presidential hopes for Peru’s former first daughter  (VIDEO)

Presidential hopes for Peru’s former first daughter (VIDEO)

Peru's presidential hopefuls tossed their names into the hat this month, ahead of a vote in April. continue reading »

Over 1,000 Minors Killed in Mexico during Four Yr. Government Battle with Drug Cartels

Over 1,000 Minors Killed in Mexico during Four Yr. Government Battle with Drug Cartels

Several leading human rights organizations and the United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child are expressing growing concern over the plight of children in Mexico as a result of the drug wars. continue reading »

Help Send Message to Univ of Texas- Reinstate Cesar Chavez Day

Help Send Message to Univ of Texas- Reinstate Cesar Chavez Day

The United Farm Workers, and the Cesar E. Chavez Foundation are proud to support the grassroots efforts of the University of Texas El Paso's (UTEP) Students for Cesar Chavez collaborative continue reading »

Rita Moreno Cast in ‘Happily Divorced’ Comedy Based on Fran Drescher’s Life

Rita Moreno Cast in ‘Happily Divorced’ Comedy Based on Fran Drescher’s Life

Latin acting legend, Rita Moreno, is set to start in the TV Land comedy ‘Happily Divorce’, a sitcom adaptation of Fran Drescher’s marriage to a gay man. continue reading »

Puerto Rico’s Police Commissioner Under Investigation for Molestation of his Daughter

Puerto Rico’s Police Commissioner Under Investigation for Molestation of his Daughter

Puerto Rico’s longtime serving police commissioner, Colonel Hilton Corder, is under investigation for the possible sexual molestation of his young daughter. continue reading »

NEW JERSEY OWES POPULATION GROWTH TO LATINO COMMUNITY

NEW JERSEY OWES POPULATION GROWTH TO LATINO COMMUNITY

The growth of the Latino community accounts for New Jersey’s population increase since 2000, according to a National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund analysis of newly released Census 2010 data. continue reading »

Agave Plant Helps Indigenous Women Become Entrepreneurs

Agave Plant Helps Indigenous Women Become Entrepreneurs

Agave plant products have become the leading source of income for the Otomí indigenous peoples in the central Mexican state of Hidalgo. continue reading »

‘Operation Interception’ Nabs $35 Million in Fake Super Bowl Merchandise &Closes Streaming Websites

‘Operation Interception’ Nabs $35 Million in Fake Super Bowl Merchandise &Closes Streaming Websites

Speaking at a National Football League (NFL) news conference on Friday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deputy Director Kumar Kibble and NFL Vice President for Legal Affairs Anastasia Danias announced the record-breaking results continue reading »

Brazil to Supply Citizens with High Blood Pressure and Diabetes Medication

Brazil to Supply Citizens with High Blood Pressure and Diabetes Medication

The Brazilian Government will start providing free high blood pressure and diabetes medication to those who need it, starting next month. continue reading »

File Your Taxes for Free at One Stop Career Centers

File Your Taxes for Free at One Stop Career Centers

Tax season is upon us and while online filing makes it an easy process, there are still many who do not have access to home computers. Everyone should know that computers at One Stop Career Centers are available for those who wish to file online. continue reading »

PUT YOUR FEET UP this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

PUT YOUR FEET UP this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

PUT YOUR FEET UP this weekend with a Latin American natural wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

Courts Affirm Vigilante AZ Rancher to pay $87,000 for Assaulting Immigrants

Courts Affirm Vigilante AZ Rancher to pay $87,000 for Assaulting Immigrants

Today, the Ninth Circuit’s ruled in Vicente v. Barnett, upholding an Arizona jury verdict against a vigilante rancher operating along the Arizona-Mexico border. The Ninth Circuit affirmed the jury’s decision that the vigilante was liable for assaulting a group of immigrants he found on public land. As a result of today’s ruling, the rancher will be forced to pay approximately $87,000 in damages. continue reading »

Sheriff Joe Warns His Deputies Against Tainted Food at McDonalds

Sheriff Joe Warns His Deputies Against Tainted Food at McDonalds

Sheriff Joe Arapaio is calling for his uniformed officers to use caution when eating at McDonalds. Last Thursday while one of the Sheriffs deputies was at the Mesa McDonalds, he alleges that some Spanish-speaking workers accused both him and Sheriff Joe of being racists. continue reading »