Tuesday - Jul 23, 2019
  • Followers pray after church leader arrested on human trafficking, sex charges

    Followers pray after church leader arrested on human trafficking, sex charges

    Head of evangelical church La Luz del Mundo described as a sexual predator by Mexico News Daily Officials and followers of a Mexican-based evangelical church are defending and praying for its leader after he was arrested this week on human trafficking, rape and child pornography charges. Naasón Joaquín García, leader or “Apostle” of the Guadalajara-based

  • Bill to protect ‘dreamers’ and offer a path to citizenship passes the House

    Bill to protect ‘dreamers’ and offer a path to citizenship passes the House

    by the El Reportero’s news services Democrats passed a bill on Tuesday that will offer protection and a path to citizenship to about 2.5 million “dreamers” who were brought to the US as children, and which President Donald Trump had intended to remove. The bill, which passed 237 to 187, with seven Republicans voting yes,

  • US Army arrives in Guatemala to stop migration to Mexico

    US Army arrives in Guatemala to stop migration to Mexico

    by the El Reportero wire services Despite the fact that the United States and Guatemala signed an agreement to stop migration, President Donald Trump requested the invasion of US military troops. The Minister of Defense of Guatemala, Luis Miguel Ralda, indicated that the US military troops are already working with the department of Huehuetenango to

  • FLO, The Funky Latin Orchestra

    FLO, The Funky Latin Orchestra

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The band FLO led by Mio Flores, El Timbalero, consists of a collection of musicians based out of the San Francisco and greater East Bay Area. Each with 30 years and plus of professional entertaining, performing, recording and touring with many greats of the music industry. This group of

  • Willie Colón celebrates 30 years of recording El Gran Varón

    Willie Colón celebrates 30 years of recording El Gran Varón

    by the El Reportero’s news services Willie Colón celebrates 30 years of recording The great man The musician has a lot to celebrate: 30 years of his famous melody and 50 of artistic career Willie Colón is celebrating his golden wedding for his artistic career, 30 of having recorded ‘El gran male ‘and 50 years

  • Don’t just ACCEPT Alzheimer’s as inevitable

    Don’t just ACCEPT Alzheimer’s as inevitable

    These lifestyle options can help you prevent it by Vicki Batts Many people assume that dementia is a “normal” part of the aging process — but the truth is that memory loss and cognitive decline are not rites of passage in your golden years. Recent survey data from the Dementia Attitudes Monitor shows that over

  • Los Angeles has most to lose in Census undercount, study finds

    Los Angeles has most to lose in Census undercount, study finds

    For first time, state could lose a congressional seat and electoral college vote by Mark Hedin Ethnic Media Services California is welcoming newcomers every day, but some regions are growing fast enough to take political power away from slower-growing ones. In today’s California, the most-populous county, Los Angeles, with more than 10 million people, is

  • Longtime Immigrant Rights Activist Nativo López Dies at 68

    Longtime Immigrant Rights Activist Nativo López Dies at 68

    The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights issued a statement remembering López as a “fierce defender of immigrants and of all Angelenos” by City News Service Longtime immigrant rights activist Nativo López, the executive director of Hermandad Mexicana, lost a battle with cancer, the Santa Ana-based nonprofit announced Monday. A memorial service is in the planning