Frida Kahlo 'Timeless' Exhibit Opens At Cleve Carney Museum At College Of DuPageIt features 26 pieces of Kahlo's work, a photo history of her life and a Kahlo-inspired garden.
Xianbing Gan Gets 14 Years For Having Chicago Drug Proceeds Laundered Through China To Be Sent To Traffickers In MexicoA man was sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday for having drug proceeds picked up in Chicago and laundering them through China to have them sent to drug traffickers in Mexico.
Deported Army Veteran Miguel Perez Jr. Granted Citizenship After Governor Pardoned Him For 2010 Drug ConvictionGov. JB Pritzker pardoned Perez in August, opening the door for him to reapply for citizenship, which was granted this week after a new hearing on his case.
Mexican Drug Lord 'El Mencho' Supplies Nearly 90% Of The Illegal Drugs In Chicago“He’s the number one priority for DEA, and frankly for federal law enforcement in the United States,” said Matthew Donahue, the DEA's top agent in Mexico.
Performers Set To Appear At Chicago Latino Theater Fest Stuck In Mexico After Being Denied VisasA Latino theater fest in Chicago is going on this week without one of its big productions
Mattel: 'Day Of The Dead Barbie' Celebrates Mexican HolidayBarbie's long black dress is embroidered with hearts and butterflies, with colorful ruffled sleeves. Her face is painted with a skull -- a popular practice during the festival, when revelers dress up in colorful costumes and hold parades.
Bucky's Convenience Store Employee Fired After Telling Customers 'Go Back To Their Country'A Bucky's convenience store employee in Naperville has been fired, after he was caught on camera telling customers from Mexico to “go back to their country.”
WATCH: Naperville Bucky's Employee Says ‘Go Back To Their Country’ In Viral Video
U.S. Men's Soccer Team Facing Off Against Mexico At Soldier Field For Gold CupThe U.S. men's soccer team is taking on Mexico at Soldier Field in the final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the championship of North and Central America and the Caribbean.
Mexican Drug Cartel Operative Pleads Guilty In ChicagoGuadalupe Fernandez Valencia pleaded guilty during a Wednesday hearing to narcotics trafficking and money laundering conspiracy for coordinating the distribution of narcotics across the United States.
Mexican Officials Believe They've Found The Only Known Recording Of Frida Kahlo's Voice
From Car Parts To Clothing: How Proposed Tariffs Could Affect ConsumersPresident Trump is threatening to impose a 5% tariff, or tax, on all Mexican imports starting Monday, unless Mexico does more to stop Central American migrants from reaching the U.S. Border. But last minute talks continue.
Produce Supplier Warns Chicago Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Shoppers Could Feel Effects Of Trump Tariffs On MexicoThe price of some foods could skyrocket, a Chicago businessman is warning, if President Trump follows through with his threat to impose new tariffs on all Mexican imports.
Last-Minute Reprieve Spares Pregnant Mother Of Three From DeportationA last-minute reprieve came Thursday for a pregnant woman who was supposed to be deported to her native Mexico.
Pregnant Mom And Family Take Asylum In Chicago Lawn Church To Avoid Deportation To MexicoFacing a deportation order, Adilene Marquina and her family are taking asylum in a Chicago Lawn church for the foreseeable future, because she fears threats from Mexican drug cartels.