Poncho de Nigris usa sus redes para ayudar




El influencer regiomontano Poncho de Nigris busca dar por medio de sus redes voz a los más afectados por el paso de Hanna por el norte del país. Poncho de Nigris busca apoyar con el poder que tiene en sus redes sociales, ayudar a sus paisanos que en estos momentos están viviendo situaciones complicadas, “Estoy […]

Julián Gil confirma nuevo romance




El actor Julián Gil confirmó su romance con la conductora Valeria Marín luego de varios meses de especulación sobre su posible relación sentimental. A través de su cuenta de Instagram, el histrión argentino gritó a los cuatro vientos el amor que siente por la periodista mexicana y junto a una fotografía donde aparecen juntos en […]

Jurassic Park estrenará serie en Netflix




El próximo 18 de septiembre se estrenará la serie “Jurassic World Campamento Cretácico” por Netflix. Este proyecto se deriva de la famosa película “Jurassic World” y sigue a un grupo de seis adolescentes que participan en un campamento de aventuras en el otro lado de la Isla Nublar. Mientras se desarrollan los sucesos de la […]

Paying tribute to Latina patriot




There are patriots who lose their lives while serving our country, and not only in wartime. A promising young Latina, Vanessa Guillen was just such a patriot. She died on Fort Hood on April 22. The beautiful 20-year-old U.S. Army specialist is being remembered this morning (July 30) in the Capitol by her family, their […]

COVID-19 continues to spread in U.S.




By Tere Siqueira America continues to experience an increase in deaths and contagions related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The U.S. death toll has surpassed 150,000. The red zone of severe outbreaks has spread to more than 20 states. According to The New York Times, numbers show that Americans are dying from COVID-19 at around 15 […]

Hurricane Hanna floods Texas, leaves three dead in Mexico




By Roberta Pardo Hurricane Hanna barreled through the Atlantic Ocean over the weekend, hitting Texas and Mexico. The evening of July 25, Hanna touched down in south Texas as a Category 1 hurricane, unleashing more than 15 inches of rain and producing serious flash flooding, according to the Washington Post, in areas of the state […]

La suma de los muertos en México




Es un terrible y doloroso fracaso. No hay manera de presentar a los más de 41.000 fallecidos por la pandemia y a los más de 55.000 muertos por la violencia como un éxito de las estrategias del gobierno de Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Los muertos por la violencia y el coronavirus en México no se […]

Public Health Experts Issue Warning, “We are Once Again Losing the Battle with COVID-19”




Health Department officials from across the Core 4 jurisdictions that make up the Kansas City metropolitan area have published an open letter to the public about the importance of wearing masks in public in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our area and prevent another economic shutdown. The group says that recent data […]

La columna de Jessica Piedra: What is happening with DACA?




We have been up and down with DACA! The Supreme Court said go and the Trump administration says stop. It has been a long battle and it is not over yet! DACA was started in 2012 by President Obama as an Executive Order. It gives immigrants who came as children protection from deportation and a […]

Volume 40 Issue 31 • 07/30/20 – 08/05/20




In this issue School plans for fall 2020 Trump administration refuses to accept new DACA applications Missouri to vote on Medicaid expansion in Aug. 4 elections