Latino State News

Spanish-Language Radio Paz Going Off the Air due to Financial Woes

Spanish-Language Radio Paz Going Off the Air due to Financial Woes

The 24-hour Spanish-language Catholic radio station, Radio Paz is going off the air after 20-years. The station (WACC-AM 830) has been a mainstay of many Hispanic Floridians and Latin Americans everywhere. It station offers local Masses, bible classes and international coverage of Catholic news. continue reading »

New Pocket-Sized Iris Scanners Look Like Something from Sci-Fi Movie

New Pocket-Sized Iris Scanners Look Like Something from Sci-Fi Movie

At just 5.5 inches wide, 4 inches tall, and three inches deep, iris scanners can now fit in our coat pockets. Formerly known as Global Rainmakers, Hoyos has now created an iris scanner many compare to something out of a sci-fi movie. continue reading »

Santería Priests Predict ‘Reorganization’  As Cuba Starts 2011 with Massive Layoffs

Santería Priests Predict ‘Reorganization’  As Cuba Starts 2011 with Massive Layoffs

Cuban Santería Priests say that 2011 will be a year of change and "reorganization." continue reading »

Chicago Judge Rules Rahm Emanuel Stays on Mayoral Ballot, Affirming Election Commission Decision

Chicago Judge Rules Rahm Emanuel Stays on Mayoral Ballot, Affirming Election Commission Decision

This afternoon Cook County Judge, Mark Ballard, ruled that Rahmn Emanuel should stay on the February mayoral ballot, reaffirming the Chicago Board of Election decision to keep him on the ballot. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  University of Michigan’s Rich Rodriguez is Out

BREAKING NEWS:  University of Michigan’s Rich Rodriguez is Out

After a brutal weekend for the University of Michigan Wolverines, its coach, Rich Rodriguez is said to be out. Rodriguez met with the University’s athletic director Dave Brandon earlier this afternoon and a meeting with the team is scheduled for 6:00 pm CST. continue reading »

New Year’s Bank Heist in Argentina Six Months in the Making : Watch the Tunnel (VIDEO)

New Year’s Bank Heist in Argentina Six Months in the Making : Watch the Tunnel (VIDEO)

At least three thieves spent their New Year's weekend crawling in and out of a 15 by 15 inch, 100 foot long tunnel, carrying out a conservative estimate of over 6 million dollars in loot from security boxes in the Belgrano branch of the Provincia Bank in Argentina. continue reading »

TN Jailers Now Have to Ask Inmates, “Are You Here Illegally?” (VIDEO)

January 1st enacted a new policy for Tennessee jails. Every inmate’s residency status is now going to be checked to make sure they are all in the country legally. continue reading »

Viral Story of Hispanics Market Power (VIDEO)

Viral Story of Hispanics Market Power (VIDEO)

Check out this under appreciated video by Telemundo on the power of the Hispanic Market. Wow. continue reading »

Aging 1968 Cuban Hijacker Turns Himself In, Gets 15 Years Prison Term

Aging 1968 Cuban Hijacker Turns Himself In, Gets 15 Years Prison Term

Luis Pena Soltren, returned as a repentant fugitive from Cuba for his role in the 1968 hijacking and faced a stern judge handing that handed the 67-year-old man a 15 years sentence without the possibility of parole. continue reading »

Wanted Poster With 151 Mexican Prison Fugitives Now Appearing in U.S.

The poster features close to 200 drug dealers, murderers, and human traffickers that escaped a Nuevo Laredo, Mexican prison last December is now appearing in the U.S. continue reading »

Rick Sanchez Wants a Job in 2011, He’s “Unemployed and Ruined”

Rick Sanchez Wants a Job in 2011, He’s “Unemployed and Ruined”

The former CNN host of Rick's List and his friends have launched a website and Twitter account all in an effort to get him a gig in 2011. continue reading »

5 killed, a Dozen Injured in Guatemala City Molotov Cocktail Attack

5 killed, a Dozen Injured in Guatemala City Molotov Cocktail Attack

Five people have died and a dozen others injured as a result of a fire inside a Guatemalan bus that police says may have been caused by an attack with a home made explosive device, like a molotov cocktail. continue reading »

Texas City Wants to Bring in Wealthy Mexican Investors, in Turn Provide Them Investor Visas

The City of McAllen recently announced that wealthy Mexican investors may soon wish to contact the city and apply for U.S. citizenship. The McAllen Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and McAllen City Commission continue reading »

First Latina Playboy Bunny to Become Successful Actress and Model

First Latina Playboy Bunny to Become Successful Actress and Model

Maria Richwine is the first Latina Playboy Bunny to make it as a serious actress and model. Born Maria Agudelo in Colombia, he father brought the family to New York City when she was a little girl. continue reading »

Living the Good Life: Red Bulls Soccer Star Rafa Márquez Buys a $6.4M Apartment in New York

Living the Good Life: Red Bulls Soccer Star Rafa Márquez Buys a $6.4M Apartment in New York

The Mexican soccer star and former captain of the unstoppable Barcelona has purchased a 4,000 square foot loft that he will share with his girlfriend and kids. continue reading »