Los Lobos have canceled their performance at the Talking Stick Resort in support of the boycott on Arizona and its SB 1070 bill.
According to a new report by the National Center for Education Statistics, 40% of Hispanic U.S. high school students fail to graduate on time.
Gerardo Regalado, half-brother of former Yankee pitcher Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez, shot seven women at a South Florida restaurant where his wife worked. Regalado's wife and three other women passed away. He later committed suicide, turning the gun on himself.
Gustavo Cerati was transferred to a clinic in Buenos Aires where it was confirmed that he has "severe brain damage on the left cerebral hemisphere and damage of the secondary brainstem."
Mexican authorities found 55 bodies inside a mine shaft in Taxco, Mexico and six bodies inside another in Quintana Roo, some were skeletal remains and others had signs of mutilation.
Uruguay's president, Jose Mujica, has announced that his entire wealth sums up to a 1987 Volkswagen Beetle, which values at about $1,900.
Machete Music will celebrate it's fifth anniversary, partnering with AEG Live for a 15-city tour this fall featuring Tego Calderon and Ivy Queen, among other Machete artists.
Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan has announced that he and his wife of 16 years have filed for divorce.
Coors Light has donated $75,000 to the National Puerto Rican Day Parade Foundation and Diversity Foundation Scholarship Funds. Tito "El Bambino" will perform on the Coors Light Float during the parade in New York City.
According to Peruvian authorities, Joran van der Sloot confessed to the murder of 21-year-old Stephany Flores. Van der Sloot apparently killed Flores after he found her on his laptop looking up information about his past.
Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga was denied a perfect game after a bad call from an umpire during a game against Cleveland last week. The umpire later apologized for the call after watching a replay.
A Southern California mother of two children kidnapped 15 years ago by their father, Faustino Utrera, found her now teenage kids, who are living in Florida, on Facebook.
Rafael Nadal defeated Robin Soderling last week at the French Open final in Paris, his fifth French Open championship.
Two New Jersey men, Carlos Eduardo Almonte and Mohamed Mahmood Alessa, were arrested at New York's JFK airport this weekend as they tried to board a flight headed to Somalia to join an al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group.
Michelle Velez has joined Universal Music Latino as Senior Product Manager. Velez was previously at Sony/BMG's online marketing department.
Ricky Martin will star as Che in a new Broadway production of Evita, starring Elena Roger in the lead role. The show is slated for Spring 2012.
A U.S. border patrol agent shot and killed a 15-year-old Mexican boy who was trying to cross the border illegally into Texas. The officer shot at a group of Mexican migrants after they threw rocks at officers.
Puerto Rican actor Osvaldo Rios has canceled his participation in New York's annual Puerto Rican Day parade after critics called a boycott based on his history of domestic violence. Rios was supposed to serve as the event's "Padrino Internacional."
Oliver Hernandez, brother and manager of Pablo Montero, was victim of an attempted assault and robbery near Torreon, Mexico, and was shot and killed while driving away.
Former Menudo member and bandmate of Ricky Martin, Angelo Garcia, came out of the closet posing nude in a gay magazine.
Javier Covarrubias Gonzalez has admitted that he lied to authorities in Mexico City when he reported the kidnapping of his two children. In reality, he gave his children to a woman in order to pay off a debt of 25,000 pesos (about $1900).
Hispanic communications agency Accentmarketing is launching its Accent Alternative Art Space this week in Miami. The space will serve as a no-cost platform for non-commercially driven artists who fall outside of the Miami mainstream art scene.