In this issue
- Doelling encourages Latin community to support BLM movement
- Reopening phase guidelines in Kansas and Missouri vary
- Longtime KCMO resident “Beto” Lopez dies at 49
By Tere Siqueira Francisco Molinar, known as “El Norteno” (Norteño in Spanish), died June 26 after battling the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Born in La Junta,
By Jorge Ramos LA ESPERANZA DE LAS MUJERES DE ALCANZAR LAS MÁXIMAS POSICIONES DEL GOBIERNO EN ESTADOS UNIDOS LLEVA DEMASIADO TIEMPO EN SUSPENSO. MIAMI —
By Angie Baldelomar Kansas City Girls Prep Academy (KCGPA) has started the school year as many schools in the Kansas City area have done: virtually.
On Aug. 8, President Trump signed three memoranda and one executive order to try to provide additional economic relief to Americans without requesting Congress’ approval.
By Roberta Pardo While the world continues to fight the consequences of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, researchers continue their quest to find a vaccine for
By Chara On Sept. 18, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D.C., from complications of metastatic cancer of
By Jorge Ramos México es un país que siempre ha estado intranquilo con su pasado. Ha dejado muchas heridas históricas abiertas sin resolver. Por eso
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