Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Editorial: Killing time: fiction v. reality

Identifying the problem of escalating violence in our K-12 schools is easy – we’re daily confronted with fresh evidence. Incidents make headlines on the nightly news. Anecdotal reports circulate on social media. And officials tracking occurrences of physical violence on school campuses regularly report telling statistical data.Last week, the historic Northeast Kansas City community was […]

Holidays at a glance: Children’s Day

Holidays at a glance: Children’s DayBy Tere SiqueiraApril 30 is a special day in Mexico.That is when the country observes Children’s Day in hopes of a better world, based on the ideals and love that should be used to educate little ones. Here are a few facts you might not know about this annual holiday: […]

Genaro Ruiz, Hispanic community leader, dead at 48

The Kansas City area’s Hispanic community is mourning the loss of one of its leaders.Genaro Ruiz, a part of Kansas City, Missouri’s Westside community for many years, died March 30 at age 48 in Phoenix, accompanied by his family. Known for his volunteer work and support to Hispanic community members for the past 25 years, […]

Suspect charged in death of Northeast student

Story by Chara and photo cortesy by Jonathan Goede/KSHB 41A suspect has been charged in the stabbing death of Manuel J. Guzman, a 14-year-old student at Northeast Middle School (NEMS) in Kansas City, Missouri.As multiple media outlets reported, Guzman died at Children’s Mercy Hospital hours after being attacked April 12 in a school bathroom. The […]