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

School plans for fall 2020

By Angie Baldelomar Three major school districts on the Kansas side of the Kansas City area have announced they will honor Gov. Laura Kelly’s order and start the 2020-21 school year after Labor Day. Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools (KCKPS) has announced it will start classes on Sept. 9. The district school board also has […]

What’s on the ballot?

Una guía del votante para las elecciones primarias de 2020 en Missouri Los residentes del área de Kansas City se preparan para emitir su voto en las elecciones primarias del 4 de agosto. En el lado de Missouri, varios cargos a nivel estatal están en juego, incluido el de gobernador y vicegobernador. Para aquellos registrados […]