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Some Americans Could Be Left On The  ‘Mexican Side’ of Border Wall

Some Americans Could Be Left On The ‘Mexican Side’ of Border Wall

Some Americans Could Be Left On The  ‘Mexican Side’ of Border Wall by Associated Press The last time U.S. officials built a barrier along the border with Mexico, they left an opening at the small road leading south to Pamela Taylor’s

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12-Year-Old Latino Bassist Debuts For Korn

12-Year-Old Latino Bassist Debuts For Korn

12-Year-Old Latino Bassist Debuts For Korn by Nichole Fratangelo Heavy metal band Korn has been around since the ’90s, but they just happened to add a new, fresh face to its group of tatted musicians. Tye Trujillo, at only 12-years-old, has

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59th Annual Black & White Ball and Business Awards

59th Annual Black & White Ball and Business Awards

59th Annual Black & White Ball and Business Awards Join us on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa for the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s 59th Annual Black & White Ball and Business Awards! The

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Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You

Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You

Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You By Editor The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is conducting a capital needs assessment and feasibility study that will inform the development of a possible Latino cultural institution in the

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NBA Playoffs: Here’s the Latino, Spanish Players to Watch

NBA Playoffs: Here’s the Latino, Spanish Players to Watch

NBA Playoffs: Here’s the Latino, Spanish Players to Watch by Gabe Salgado It’s spring: time for winter sports to enter the playoff portions of their schedules. If you’re a basketball fan, you’re probably thrilled that the National Basketball Association’s 2017

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Three Latinos Helping To Unify Democrats

Three Latinos Helping To Unify Democrats

Three Latinos Helping To Unify Democrats by Suzanne Gamboa Democrats showed in the 2016 primaries that they had their differences. Now they have to find agreement. Just before revving up a weeklong road tour with former presidential contender Sen. Bernie

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University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt

University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt

University of Phoenix Shines Spotlight on Alumnus Diamondback Paul Goldschimdt Arizona Diamondbacks First Baseman Paul Goldschmidt’s dedication to balancing higher education, family and career are focal point of new University brand campaign   University of Phoenix continues its tradition of recognizing

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MERCURY SET TO OPEN TRAINING CAMP MONDAY, APRIL 24

MERCURY SET TO OPEN TRAINING CAMP MONDAY, APRIL 24

MERCURY SET TO OPEN TRAINING CAMP MONDAY, APRIL 24 Mercury will play two preseason games against Seattle before season opener on May 14  The three-time WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury will begin preparation for the team’s 2017 season on Monday, April

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Great Southwest Cajun Fest in Downtown Chandler – Saturday 4/22

Great Southwest Cajun Fest in Downtown Chandler – Saturday 4/22

Great Southwest Cajun Fest in Downtown Chandler Brought to you by Abita Brewing, the Southwest Cajun Fest returns this Saturday, April 22, from noon – 9 p.m. in downtown Chandler at the Dr. AJ Chandler Park 178 E Commonwealth Ave Chandler AZ

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Latinos More Pessimistic About Nation’s Financial Future

Latinos More Pessimistic About Nation’s Financial Future

Latinos More Pessimistic About Nation’s Financial Future By Victoria Moll-Ramirez Latinos are feeling a lot less positive about the nation’s economic outlook, according to a new report. Hispanic consumer sentiment is down 10 points from December of last year, according

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