Latino State News

Bill to be Considered to Register 110,000 Undocumented Persons Living in Utah

Bill to be Considered to Register 110,000 Undocumented Persons Living in Utah

Utah Senator Luz Robles (D) has gained the support of a conservative Republican in the House who called her Immigration Reform Bill “a fair approach to the issue.” continue reading »

21 Criminal Aliens Arrested in ICE Enforcement and Removal Operation in Pennsylvania and Delaware

21 Criminal Aliens Arrested in ICE Enforcement and Removal Operation in Pennsylvania and Delaware

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) office in Philadelphia arrested 44 foreign nationals, 21 with criminal convictions, during a five-day enforcement continue reading »

Asst. Secretary of State Jose Fernandez to Meet with Latin American Business Leaders in Miami

Assistant Secretary for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose W. Fernandez travels to Miami, Florida, from February 2-4, 2011, where he will meet with business and community leaders as part of the Administration’s continue reading »

WWE Signs Lucha Libre’s Mistico

WWE Signs Lucha Libre’s Mistico

According to an article by fanhouse.com, it was announced that Mexican wrestler Mistico had inked a deal with the WWE. continue reading »

Consultants Sought for Cermak Creative Industry District Redevelpment

On Monday the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Department of Housing and Economic Development issued a request for qualifications for consultant teams to help redevelop the Near South Side’s Spice Barrel continue reading »

Phoenix Police Find 53 Illegal Aliens at Drop House, Charge Two MX Nationals with Human Smuggling

Phoenix Police Find 53 Illegal Aliens at Drop House, Charge Two MX Nationals with Human Smuggling

Two Mexican citizens appeared in federal court to face human smuggling charges Monday following the discovery of a Phoenix drop house by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations Friday where agents detained 53 illegal aliens. continue reading »

Colorado Hispanic Genealogy Society Keeps the Community Connected to the Past

In much of the Southwest, ancestry and family history information is only available from the elders of the community, as written history is either lost, or was never written in the first place, but the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America is trying to change that. continue reading »

Brazilian Clown Tiririca in His First Day as Congressman

Brazilian Clown Tiririca in His First Day as Congressman

Francisco Oliveira Silva, better known in Brazil as "Tiririca the clown" has been sworn into congressional office, where he received a very warm welcome. continue reading »

WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Typically nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize as well as the selection process is very hush hush, but a Norwegian lawmaker wants everyone to know that he has submitted a nomination for WikiLeaks to receive the prestigious award. continue reading »

Strange Happenings in the World of Brazilian Soccer: Hero to Zero in 15 secs. (VIDEO)

Strange Happenings in the World of Brazilian Soccer: Hero to Zero in 15 secs. (VIDEO)

The goalie for the Brazilian Club Sport Recife became the star of the Brazilian soccer Championship when in the last minute of the game he abandoned his goal, ran across the field, and scored with his head a free kick pass. continue reading »

Selena Gomez in Chile in her Role as UNICEF Ambassador, Youngest Ever

Selena Gomez in Chile in her Role as UNICEF Ambassador, Youngest Ever

Actress, singer and UNICEF Ambassador Selena Gomez traveled to Valparaiso, Chile in her first visit to the southwestern coast of South America earlier this week. Accompanied by UNICEF staff and family, Gomez witnessed UNICEF's efforts to help raise awareness and promote early childhood education and development. continue reading »

Don Francisco Ordered by Chilean Court to Submit to DNA Paternity Test

Don Francisco Ordered by Chilean Court to Submit to DNA Paternity Test

Following a three hour hearing, the first one in the paternity lawsuit against TV personalty Mario Kreutzberger (better known as Don Francisco), the TV show man was ordered to undergo DNA tests, to determine whether or not he is the biological father of 43 years old Patricio Flores Mundaca. continue reading »

Gay Activists Meet in Minneapolis to Dicuss More Minority Involvement in Churches

Gay Activists Meet in Minneapolis to Dicuss More Minority Involvement in Churches

While more religious groups and churches in Minneapolis are coming around and trying to include the gay community, the more defined group of LGBTQ Hispanics is still feeling a little left out. continue reading »

Mexicans Celebrating La Candelaria Today in Honor of Baby Jesus (VIDEO)

Mexicans Celebrating La Candelaria Today in Honor of Baby Jesus (VIDEO)

February 2nd, exactly 40 days after Christmas, is the date when Catholics traditionally celebrate the "Feast of Candelaria", or Candlemas, in which believers bring figures of the Baby Jesus dressed in finery, and exhibit them at churches. continue reading »

Another Under-Age Girl in Berlusconi Scandal:19 yr old Brazilian Dancer doing Nude Samba (Video)

Another Under-Age Girl in Berlusconi Scandal:19 yr old Brazilian Dancer doing Nude Samba (Video)

As if things couldn’t get much worse for Italy’s besieged Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, they just did with accusations that a second under-age girl has surfaced in the ‘bunga bunga’ scandal. continue reading »