René Pérez de Calle 13 Lanza primer sencillo como solista




Rene anuncio su próximo proyecto con la advertencia: “Tengan sus ojos, oídos y mente abiertos para lo que se aproxima”, René Pérez, mejor conocido como Residente, reveló el lanzamiento de su primer sencillo como solista. El ex vocalista de Calle 13 debuta como compositor del tema Somos Anormales, también como director del videoclip en que […]

El Rey León Regresa al cine en accion real




Después de que Disney presentará nuevas versiones de varios de sus clásicos como Maléfica y La Cenicienta con actores reales, el estudio ha revelado que El Rey León tendrá un remake con actores reales y gráficos CGI. Este proyecto estará a cargo de Jon Favreau, conocido por su trabajo en la trilogía de Iron Man […]

En la escuela con Jesús 10/13/16




Mis hermanos y hermanas lectores, siempre llevando la Buena Nueva del Evangelio, esta vez quiero iniciar con unas Palabras del Salmo 117, en sus primeros 4 versículos “1- Dad gracias al Señor porque es bueno, porque es eterna su misericordia. 2-Diga la casa de Israel: eterna es su misericordia.  3-Diga la casa de Aarón: eterna […]

Termómetro KC 10/13/16




10/06/16 Una mujer denunció a su novio después de que esta la golpeara y la dejara gravemente herida. El incidente tuvo lugar en una casa de Blue Springs, Mo. La mujer se encuentra en una sala de terapia intensiva y el culpable ya fue arrestado por las autoridades. 10/06/16 A un muchacho de 12 años […]

Jorge Ramos : Leopoldo Lopez: Imprisoned, But Not Silent




By Jorge Ramos Some books are written with ink on paper; others, on laptops. But a new book by the Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López was partly written on skin. Since February 2014, López has been locked up at Venezuela’s Ramo Verde prison on charges of inciting riots against the regime of President Nicolas Maduro. […]

The second presidential debate: Let Hillary answer, Donald




Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez I have a request for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump: When you’re debating Hillary Clinton, will you please give her a chance to talk? This request comes after the second presidential debate. Held on Sunday (Oct. 9) at Washington University in St. Louis, the debate was tweeted about more than any in […]

Celebrate the families




Every day, our work impacts families, making their lives better.  This month we highlight one of the families who got to celebrate! Jose was only 12 years old when a classmate violently attacked him in gym class.  His parents were very upset to see him bleeding when they arrived.   They made a police report, cooperated […]

Lopez’s legacy honored with “Drink Pink” party




By Nicholas Peterson It has been said that people find themselves in others. If so, then the memory of the late Debbie Lopez was found in those who gathered on Oct. 5 to honor her with a “Drink Pink” party at Manny’s Mexican Restaurant in Kansas City, Mo. Friends, family members and supporters attended the […]

Area breast cancer survivor shares her story




By Melissa Arroyo In 2015, Maria Hernandez-Gomez received some sobering news: After a doctor’s visit and a biopsy, a cancerous tumor was discovered in her breast. “I was sad when I was called with the news,” Hernandez-Gomez said. “But I’m a very positive person and I did not let it control my life.” Although her […]

Santos wins Nobel Peace Prize




By Nicholas Peterson Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is the winner of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced on Oct. 7. Ironically, the announcement came just days after Colombians had rejected a referendum for a peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), with 50.2 percent opposed and 49.8 […]