Chespirito, sale del aire

Lamentable noticia para los fanáticos de los personajes legendarios del recordado Roberto Gómez Bolaños “Chespirito”. Tras 50 años de transmisión de sus programas, Televisa decidió sacarlos del aire por no poder llegar a un acuerdo con el Grupo Chespirito. Así lo informó a través del Twitter Roberto Gómez Fernández, hijo del actor y director de […]

KCPS and NKCPS to start instruction after Labor Day

By Roberta Pardo The Kansas City School Board unanimously voted during a July 24 meeting in favor of a plan to start classes after Labor Day, following major school districts across the state line in delaying the start of the school year until after the holiday. School will begin Sept. 8 and end June 10, […]

Marshall, Adkins, Galloway among the primary winners in Kansas, Missouri

  By Angie Baldelomar Kansas and Missouri held primaries Tuesday (Aug. 4) – and though the results are still coming in, here is a look at the winners in some of the key races. In Kansas, Roger Marshall won the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate, defeating main competitor Kris Kobach. Marshall will face Democrat […]

Death toll rises to 135 people in Beirut explosion

By Angie Baldelomar On Tuesday (Aug. 4), a powerful explosion tore through Beirut’s port area, killing at least 135 people, as of Wednesday (Aug. 5), and injuring thousands more. Lebanese authorities said the enormous blast was driven by thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate, a common industrial chemical used in fertilizer and as a component […]