Latino State News

FOUND:Missing Fla. Girl Last Seen With Those Who Chained up Mentally Handicapped, Was She Abused?

FOUND:Missing Fla. Girl Last Seen With Those Who Chained up Mentally Handicapped, Was She Abused?

Over the weekend, Philadelphia police were called when a landlord discovered four mentally handicapped people were being chained in the sub-basement of one of his buildings. continue reading »

World Premiere of ‘After Tomorrow’ by Mexican Composer Edgar Guzman

World Premiere of ‘After Tomorrow’ by Mexican Composer Edgar Guzman

The Consulate General of Mexico is pleased to announce the World Premiere of 'After Tomorrow' by Mexican composer Edgar Guzman, presented by Dal Niente Ensemble. The premiere will take place at Nichols Concert Hall, 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Illinois on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. The cost of a ticket is $20. continue reading »

Restraining Order Granted to Protect Selena Gómez from Viable Death Threat

Restraining Order Granted to Protect Selena Gómez from Viable Death Threat

Selena Gómez was granted a restraining order by a California Judge, against 46 year-old Thomas Brodnicki, who told his therapist he was going to kill the teen starlet. continue reading »

#OccupyWallStreet Vocalizes In Spanish (VIDEO)

#OccupyWallStreet Vocalizes In Spanish (VIDEO)

#OccupyWallStreet protesters are now organizing all over the world and speaking out in all different languages. Here is the first gathering of 'Ocupa Wall Street' that came together in New York. The message heard was the same: unemployment rates are too high, corporate greed to vast and then there's the high rates of foreclosures for Latinos and lack of focus on immigration reform. continue reading »

National Week of the Migrant to Launch in Mexico City This Week

National Week of the Migrant to Launch in Mexico City This Week

On October 20 and 21, 2011, as part of the National Week of the Migrant, the third International Forum on Migration and Peace will be held in Mexico City, organized by the National Institute of Migration in Mexico. continue reading »

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  $75,000 Worth of Marijuana Found Inside Table Shipped from Mexico

EXTREME TRAFFICKING:  $75,000 Worth of Marijuana Found Inside Table Shipped from Mexico

On October 11, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the Louisville UPS Express Consignment Operation discovered almost 25 pounds of marijuana, worth $75,000, hidden inside a wooden table shipped from Mexico. continue reading »

Costa Rica’s Main Airport Completes 3-Yr Restructure, Ready to Double Passenger Capacity

Costa Rica’s Main Airport Completes 3-Yr Restructure, Ready to Double Passenger Capacity

Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José has successfully completed a three-year restructuring and is preparing to more than double its passenger capacity after partnering with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). continue reading »

J Lo and Bradley Cooper Spotted Together AGAIN!

J Lo and Bradley Cooper Spotted Together AGAIN!

Photos show a woman that looks just like J Lo hiding behind her hands, sitting in the passenger seat of an SUV driven by Bradley Cooper. continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel: Water Main Break Shows Needs for Infrastructure Renewal

Saturday, a nearly 100-year-old water main broke in Chicago’s Back-of-the-Yards neighborhood, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel pointed to it as an example of the city’s need to renew its infrastructure. continue reading »

#OccupyWallStreet Movement Inspires Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Spain to Stand Up as the 99%

#OccupyWallStreet Movement Inspires Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Spain to Stand Up as the 99%

Thanks in large part to social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, cities around the world stood together against capitalism and failed economic policies Saturday. continue reading »

32 People Infected With H1N1 in Nicaragua Last Week

32 People Infected With H1N1 in Nicaragua Last Week

According to the Nicaraguan Health Ministry, at least 32 cases of H1N1 virus were reported in the last week. The outbreak of swine flu was concentrated in the capital city of Managua, as well as the neighboring department of León. continue reading »

By 2015 U.S.-Born Hispanics Expected to Make Up 65% of 18- to 29-Year-Olds

By 2015 U.S.-Born Hispanics Expected to Make Up 65% of 18- to 29-Year-Olds

Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas presents an in depth research study on the rapid rise and distinctive behaviors of the new Hispanic Millennial generation continue reading »

Antonio Banderas Dances on “Mira Quién Baila” While Promoting “Puss in Boots” (VIDEO)

Antonio Banderas Dances on “Mira Quién Baila” While Promoting “Puss in Boots” (VIDEO)

Spanish actor Antonio Banderas was on Univisión’s “Mira Quien Baila,” promoting “Puss in Boots.” Check out the dance routine, and the latest trailer inside! continue reading »

The Feud Continues. Lindsay Lohan Allegedly Orders Club Not to Play Pitbull’s Music

The Feud Continues. Lindsay Lohan Allegedly Orders Club Not to Play Pitbull’s Music

These days, it seems starlet Lindsay Lohan is no longer in the media due to her talents, but more so due to her party-hard lifestyle and constant feuding, and Saturday, s continue reading »

Juanes Only Latino Performer at Bill Clinton’s 65th Birthday (VIDEO)

Juanes Only Latino Performer at Bill Clinton’s 65th Birthday (VIDEO)

Colombian crooner Juanes was the only Latino performer in “A Decade of Difference: Celebrating Ten Years of the William J. Clinton Foundation,” a star studded event held Saturday night at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. continue reading »