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Couple Suing Celebrity Wedding Planner David Tutera for Ruining Their Dominican Wedding

Couple Suing Celebrity Wedding Planner David Tutera for Ruining Their Dominican Wedding

Celebrity wedding planner and reality show star David Tutera is being sued by a New York couple who say they were extremely disappointed by the lack of care given to them and their Dominican wedding. continue reading »

12% of All Dominican Children Work in Order to Feed Themselves

12% of All Dominican Children Work in Order to Feed Themselves

More than 300 000 children in the Dominican Republic are being forced to work in order to survive and in order to feed themselves, which represents 12 percent of all children in the country between the age of 5 through 17-years-old. continue reading »

Lindsay Lohan Being Sued by Dominican Nanny who Claims She was Hit By Linday’s Maserati

Lindsay Lohan Being Sued by Dominican Nanny who Claims She was Hit By Linday’s Maserati

Nubia Del Carmen Preza, a nanny, is suing Lohan for allegedly hitting her while she was wheeling a stroller crossing a West Hollywood intersection. Lohan, apparently, ran a red light. continue reading »

WATCH VIDEO: Dominican Woman’s Stomach on Verge of Exploding from Dieting

WATCH VIDEO: Dominican Woman’s Stomach on Verge of Exploding from Dieting

Katy Paulino, a 25 year old woman from the Dominican Republic, yearns for her son and life back. After taking weight loss pills to get in shape, continue reading »

Merengue Singer Miriam Cruz Releases First Solo Album “Es necesario”

Merengue Singer Miriam Cruz Releases First Solo Album “Es necesario”

Dominican merengue singer Miriam Cruz, known as one of the voices of Las Chicas del Can, is returning to the stage with her first solo album "Es necesario." It is a return that the singer described as a rebirth in a "very continue reading »

Dominican’s Using Identification of Homeless Addicts to Get into U.S. Illegally

Dominican’s Using Identification of Homeless Addicts to Get into U.S. Illegally

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Enforcement officers arrested this weekend two citizens of the Dominican Republic found using identity documents belonging to two allegedly homeless individuals, during two separate incidents. continue reading »

Four Earthquakes Rattle Dominican Republic this Month, Including One This Morning

Four Earthquakes Rattle Dominican Republic this Month, Including One This Morning

There have been four earthquakes rattling the Dominican Republic this month, including one this morning occurring at approximately 10:30 a.m. and measuring 4.5. continue reading »

Domincan Pitcher, Fausto Carmona, Allegedly Used False Identity to Play with Cleveland Indians

Domincan Pitcher, Fausto Carmona, Allegedly Used False Identity to Play with Cleveland Indians

A pitcher with the Cleveland Indians has been arrested in the Dominican Republic for reportedly using a false identity. According to a spokesman for police in the Dominican, continue reading »

Dominican Selling Fake Visas Calls in 13 Bomb Threats to U.S. Embassy to Cover Up Fraud

Dominican Selling Fake Visas Calls in 13 Bomb Threats to U.S. Embassy to Cover Up Fraud

Dominican, Maria Velez de Alli is accused of making 13 false bomb threats to the American consulate in the Dominican Republican to cover visa fraud activities. continue reading »

Dominican Mother and Daughter Amongst Those Rescued in Capsized Cruise Ship

Dominican Mother and Daughter Amongst Those Rescued in Capsized Cruise Ship

Dominican Republic passengers Raysa Otanez and Rayrub Torres are enroute to their home country after surviving the capsizing of the Costa Concorida cruise ship. continue reading »

Dominican Reports 5-Year, $500 Million Investment to Combat Cholera is Paying Off

Dominican Reports 5-Year, $500 Million Investment to Combat Cholera is Paying Off

Following up on a government announcement that US$500 million would be spent to rid the country of cholera in the next five years, Listin Diario reports that during a visit made to specialized cholera centers early this week there were practically no patients. continue reading »

Dominican Republic Repatriates 1st Group Deported from U.S. in 2012, 132 Ex-Convicts

Dominican Republic Repatriates 1st Group Deported from U.S. in 2012, 132 Ex-Convicts

The Dominican Republic repatriated the first group of Dominican citizen’s deported from the U.S. – 132 criminals. This first group arrived yesterday at Las Americas Airport on a special plane chartered by Immigration and Naturalization Service. continue reading »

Lawyer Recognizes His Client During Armed Robbery Proceeds to Shoot him Dead

Lawyer Recognizes His Client During Armed Robbery Proceeds to Shoot him Dead

A lawyer in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic apparently shot three robbers, one of which was his client. continue reading »

Earthquake in Dominican Republic Triggers Heart Attack in 47-Year-Old Man

Earthquake in Dominican Republic Triggers Heart Attack in 47-Year-Old Man

A 47-year-old Dominican died of a heart attack brought on by his reaction to a magnitude-5.3 earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation, the press said. continue reading »

Chicago Cubs’ Dominican Shortstop Starlin Castro Being Accused of 2011 Sexual Assault

Chicago Cubs’ Dominican Shortstop Starlin Castro Being Accused of 2011 Sexual Assault

Police are reportedly looking to ask Chicago Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro some questions about an incident that allegedly happened in the fall. An unidentified woman in her 20s has alleged that on the continue reading »