Termómetro KC – Noticias Locales

03/22/18 La policía está investigando un homicidio después de que el cuerpo de una mujer fuera encontrado en la calle E. 10th y Ewing Ave., en Kansas City, Mo. La víctma ya ha sido identificada pero se desconocen las causas de su muerte que es investigada como homicidio. 03/22/18 La policía de Kansas City, Mo., […]

Belinda lanza línea de moda

La cantante Belinda se mete de lleno al diseño de modas, y lo hace con la firma colombiana “Studio F”, según lo informó la misma cantante a través de Instagram. La nueva colección de la firma, creada por Belinda, posee su sello personal, y según ella inspirada en los festivales musicales de Coachella, Ultra, Corona […]

Chris Hemsworth será un Hombre de Negro

Chris Hemsworth y Tessa Thompson serán los protagonistas de la nueva película basada en la franquicia ‘Hombres de Negro’, la cual está planeada para estrenarse el 14 de junio de 2019. De acuerdo a una publicación realizada por The Hollywood Reporter, la química entre ambos actores en la película ‘Thor Ragnarok’ fue un factor determinante […]

Wonderful World: Discover Quebec

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition we will talk about a city built in the purest European style. Located in our neighboring country Canada, a metropolis which main language is French, I guess you already guessed about what beautiful place we are talking about, but if you still do not know I’ll tell […]

I Believe in Them

I feel my phone vibrating in my pocket, but I ignore it. I’m interviewing Alfonso Calderón, one of the survivors of the massacre in Parkland, Florida, in which 17 people were shot to death at a high school, and I don’t want to interrupt while he’s speaking. His hair is dancing in the wind, and […]

Dave says

Dear Dave, I’m about to graduate from college, and while I’ve been in school my mom has been handling most of my finances. Recently, I discovered she’s been taking my student loan money and spending it on herself. So far, it looks like she’s taken around $12,000, and I have a total of $25,000 in […]

What happened with DACA?

It has been a roller coaster the last few months – up and down with the DACA/DREAM Act news. Last week, the Congress passed a budget bill that will last until the end of the year. Unfortunately, it did not include anything about DACA/DREAM Act. Our best hope for action is next year after the […]

Remembering Christ’s suffering & death

Last Sunday was Palm Sunday, opening Holy Week. The final week of Lent leading up to Easter is the holiest, most important on the Christian calendar, “the days in which we celebrate the completion of the mission for which our Lord, Jesus was sent into the world: His suffering, dying and rising from the dead […]

The origins of the Easter Bunny

By Chara Easter (observed on April 1 this year by non-Orthodox denominations) is typically considered a Christian holiday. But most of the festivities and symbols associated with the celebration come from pagan traditions, including one of its most iconic symbols – the Easter Bunny. According to tradition, the Easter Bunny delivers candy, toys and eggs […]

Jurado-Graham educating community on immigration law through social media

By Chara Attorney Erika Jurado-Graham has a passion: helping educate the Hispanic community on immigration issues. Jurado-Graham is using social media to help her pursue that passion. Born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, Jurado-Graham was planning to complete her law degree in Mexico until it was time to get her diploma. […]