JJ Watt colecta millones para Houston – Deportes y más deportes….

El jugador de Houston JJ Watt ha colectado más de $18 millones de dólares para apoyar a las víctimas del huracán Harvey. El jugador que en un inicio se había puesto la meta de recaudar $200 mil dólares sobrepasó la meta a una semana. La campaña de recaudación de fondos ha tenido el apoyo de […]

Grupo Bronco Regresa renovado

El grupo ‘Bronco’ regresa, renovado con otros tres integrantes, que sin perder la esencia de la agrupación, le inyectan una imagen nueva. René y José Esparza, hijos de Lupe Esparza y Javier Cantú aportan nuevos aires a esta exitosa agrupación fundada en 1979, y que ahora lanza un disco con 19 temas, 15 de sus […]

Lupita D’Alessio estrena serie por Univision

Debido al éxito de la serie de los hermanos Galindo, que ha registrado en México, Univision apostará por transmitir el proyecto, para competir ante “El Señor de los Cielos”, de Telemundo. Univision transmitirá la serie biográfica de Lupita D’Alessio, “Hoy voy a cambiar”, el próximo 11 de septiembre. Cabe señalar que el primer capítulo de […]

Mexímetro – Noticias de México

08/31/17 Tres hombres fueron arrestados por presunto tráfico de personas en Chihuahua, Chihuahua. Estas personas cobraban cinco mil dólares por pasar personas de México a Estados Unidos, por lo que fueron arrestados y se les impondrán cargos de tráfico humano. Todos ellos ya se encuentran presos en la prisión del estado. 09/01/17 Una balacera que […]

After the Storm

Perla and Nancy were crying as they spoke. Last week, as torrential rains began to subside in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, their husbands were swept away while trying to save people. Nancy’s husband, Jorge Pérez, was killed. Perla’s husband, Benjamín Vizueth, remains missing. In a recent interview, both women told me what happened. Their […]

Westside opposing Boulevard Brewery’s beer garden proposal

By Melissa Arroyo Boulevard Brewery executives have proposed a new addition to their Southwest Boulevard location: an outdoor beer garden next to the visitor’s center. But Westside neighbors are meeting the proposal with resistance. The reason: The drinking space would be side-by-side with Sacred Heart/Guadalupe Catholic Church. During a recent informational meeting held by the […]

How millennials are changing the work environment

Analysis by Melissa Arroyo The work environment is changing, as millennials continue to join the workforce and employers find themselves making accommodations for them. Some ways the millennial generation is changing the corporate work environment include the following: *Flexible schedules: Millennials understand that everyone has different patterns of productivity and focus, so they build their […]

Congress is back: Where to start?

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez With the U.S. Congress back in session, Washington, D.C., is officially open for business again. And the list of must-do jobs is extensive. The following issues, in my opinion, should be among the highest priorities for Congress to address: *Hurricane Harvey relief: The first thing Congress should accomplish is to put […]

Paying tribute to mothers’ legacy

On Labor Day, the Argentine community in Kansas City, Kan. gathered to mourn and celebrate the life of a woman who knew the value of hard work and instilled it in her seven children. Mourners paid their respects at a visitation on Sept. 4 for Amalia Fernández Murguía. The matriarch of the well-known Murguía family […]

North Korea: A true threat to the United States

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez Over Labor Day weekend (Sept. 1-4), North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test. But this test was different than previous ones. The latest test helped prove something: that Kim Jong Un’s regime has become a true threat. U.S. military experts fear that North Korea might pose a credible nuclear threat to […]