Latino State News

Calle 13- New  “Latinoamerica” Video- See it Here

Calle 13- New “Latinoamerica” Video- See it Here

Calle 13 has released a new video of their single “ Latinoamerica”. We think it is a fantastic video…What do you think? continue reading »

Peru Juice Bar Sells Fresh Frog Juice- “The Peruvian Viagra”    (VIDEO)

Peru Juice Bar Sells Fresh Frog Juice- “The Peruvian Viagra”  (VIDEO)

A Peru bar in Lima, adds frogs to their juice (VIDEO). Actually, it's a fresh juice bar and the owner says frog juice restores vigor and keeps a body strong. And that's not all. continue reading »

10 Reasons Why Immigration Reform Is Important to Everyones Fiscal Health

10 Reasons Why Immigration Reform Is Important to Everyones Fiscal Health

All eyes in Washington these days are on the new congressional super committee. The 12 members from both parties in both chambers of Congress have been assigned the task of developing a plan to reduce the federal deficit by $1.5 trillion over the next decade or risk setting off deficit-cutting triggers that will force sharp cuts to both defense and domestic spending. continue reading »

Man Suffers Having Both his Legs Cut Off- Claims Mistaken Identity- HS News Narco Blog

Man Suffers Having Both his Legs Cut Off- Claims Mistaken Identity- HS News Narco Blog

Last night, a man along with several friends was enjoying the Presa El Region, in Chihuahua. The evening was interrupted when the men were attacked by a group of armed criminals. continue reading »

Sesame Street- Juanes and Sofia Vergara Celebrate Hispanic Heritage(VIDEO)

Sesame Street- Juanes and Sofia Vergara Celebrate Hispanic Heritage(VIDEO)

On the October 4th show of Sesame Street Colombia’s very own Juanes and Sofia Vergara will join Elmo and Rosita. They will sing, dance and teach kids some Spanish words. continue reading »

To Control Drugs- We Must Revisit Border Control  (VIDEO)

To Control Drugs- We Must Revisit Border Control (VIDEO)

Former DEA Supervisor Anthony Coulson says the supply of drugs from Mexico is increasing. continue reading »

After AL Immigration Ruling at Foley School with Hispanic Population, Students Cry, Withdraw,No-Show

After AL Immigration Ruling at Foley School with Hispanic Population, Students Cry, Withdraw,No-Show

After the Alabama Immigration Ruling, many students came to school Thursday crying and afraid said Foley School Principal Bill Lawrence. “Nineteen of them withdrew, and another 39 were absent, continue reading »

“Capulina “(85) Passes Away in Mexico City- Enjoy Video of His Comedy

“Capulina “(85) Passes Away in Mexico City- Enjoy Video of His Comedy

A spokesman for Mexico's National Actors Association says comic actor Gaspar Henaine Perez “Capulina” died at a Mexico City hospital. The cause of death hasn't been released. Henaine Perez had suffered pneumonia and ulcers. continue reading »

Follow the Money to New Adelanto Detention Facility

Follow the Money to New Adelanto Detention Facility

A detention center to house immigrant detainees set to open in Adelanto raises many important concerns for immigrants and their advocates in the community. While the facility could potentially keep detainees closer to their families and legal counsel, the so-called public-private partnership that produced this facility shows that immigration law isn't just a divisive political issue - it's big business. continue reading »

Mole Fest- “LA REINA DE MOLE”: Eloisa Siguenza Crowned First Place Winner

Mole Fest- “LA REINA DE MOLE”: Eloisa Siguenza Crowned First Place Winner

Forty contestants competed in the Universidad Popular 6th Annual “Feria del Mole” by serving their secret mole recipe to 1,500 attendees. The Feria was held Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011 at the Arturo Velasquez Westside Technical School, 28th St. & Western Ave. in Little Village. continue reading »

CELEBRATE this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

CELEBRATE this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

CELEBRATE this weekend with a Latin American natural wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

Federal Court Ruling Could Give Relief to Day Laborers

Federal Court Ruling Could Give Relief to Day Laborers

Finding work on the streets without getting arrested by the police might get easier for day laborers in Arizona under a new federal court decision. On Sept. 16, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 9-2 that a 1989 Redondo Beach, Calif. anti-solicitation ordinance aimed at day laborers was unconstitutional, because it "regulates significantly more speech than is necessary to achieve the city's purpose of improving traffic safety and traffic flow." continue reading »

High Speed Winds to Blame for Building Collapse

It is believed that high-speed winds were to blame for the collapse of a building in Little Village.The winds reached speeds of 30 to 35 mpg, and had gusts of 50 mph. The second floor of a Little Village home lost bricks, which fell to the sidewalk, expo continue reading »

USDA Launches MiPlato: A Visual Reminder to Help Spanish-Speakers Make Healthier Food Choices

USDA Launches MiPlato: A Visual Reminder to Help Spanish-Speakers Make Healthier Food Choices

Today, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin honored National Hispanic Heritage Month by joining with key Hispanic leaders to celebrate the federal government's new Spanish-language food icon, continue reading »

Washington Latinos Victims of Suspected Hate Crimes

Washington Latinos Victims of Suspected Hate Crimes

Latinos in the state of Washington have had a rough couple weeks. Near Seattle, a man was assaulted by a drunk man who is suspected to have attacked the first man due to his ethnicity. continue reading »