Tuesday - Sep 25, 2018

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  • U.S. extends TPS for Central Americans an additional 18 months

    by Alex Meneses Miyashita

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced May 2 it would extend Temporary Protected Status to more than 300,000 Central Americans for an additional 18 months.

    The extension will apply to some 230,000 Salvadorians, 78,000 Hondurans end 4,000 Nicaraguans who currently live in the country under the status.

    The TPS for Hondurans and Nicaraguans was set to expire in July and for Salvadorans in September.

  • Good-bye Eric

    by Marvin J. Ramírez Dozens of cars with mourners followed Eric’s funeral Doris Campos says a preyer at her son’s grave ( Photo By Marvin J. Ramirez ) If people thought he had no friends, they were wrong. The body of Eric Campos, 19, who got killed on May 15, by a 16-year-old man, in

  • Venezuelan Ambassador answers critical questions

    by Marvin J. Ramírez Reafirming Hugo Chávez (L-R) Jan Kalicki looks at his watch while Venezuelan Ambassador answers questions from the audience. ­( Photo By Marvin J. Ramírez ) As Venezuela becomes the bastion of leadership of the new leftist movement in Latin America, and voices of criticism and support crash at political circles, many

  • Honduran government dictates to the media

    by the El Reportero news services

    Manuel ZelayaManuel Zelaya

    HONDURAS - President Manuel Zelaya ordered television and radio stations to broadcast two hours of government propaganda each day from 28 May in order to “counteract the misinformation” that he claims the media presents about his administration.

  • A bullet takes the life of an exemplary S.F. Mission District young man

    by Marvin J. Ramírez He couldn’t realize his dream Eric Campos’s mother Doris, is consoled by Dora H. Canales for the killing of her son. At left Eric’s girlfriend Lisa Martínez and his sisters Doris and Jacqueline Vargas observe the small altar erected in his memory where he died at San Bruno Avenue. ( PHOTO

  • Senate moves along after immigration accord

    ­by Alex Meneses Miyashita

    Harry ReidHarry Reid

    The Senate began debating immigration, while a tentative agreement was reached this week between Republican and Democratic lawmakers.

  • Bernal Heights community continues campaigning for their preschool

    by Juliana Birnbaum Fox Kinder garden still in the air Mauricio Vela (right) shows Alejandra Lara, mother of a kinder garden student, the plan for the new kinder garden plan, while architect Armando Vázquez observes. ( PHOTO BY MARVIN J. RAMIREZ ) Parents, community leaders, and local residents gathered on May 4 to celebrate their

  • Mexican cartels seize control of inmigrant routes

    by the El Reportero news services

    Alfonzo PeñaAlfonzo Peña

    SASABE, MEXICO - Mexican drug lords are taking over the business of smuggling migrants into the United States, using them as human decoys to divert authorities from billions of dollars in cocaine shipments across the same border.