Dixie Fire Continues To Burn Through Northern California, Forcing Evacuations

'Los Bomberos': Mexicans Unite With Fire Crew Working on California’s Dixie Fire

The ongoing firefighting efforts against the Dixie Fire have seen more than 6,500 personnel, among them were Mexicans who were hired by a contractor and trained by the U.S. Forest Service to back up the country's firefighting crews.
TikTok Star Gabriel Salazar, 3 Mexicans Died in Car Crash Following Police Chase in Texas

TikTok Star Gabriel Salazar, 3 Mexicans Died in Car Crash Following Police Chase in Texas

Famous TikTok Star Gabriel Salazar and three other Mexicans died on Sunday following a police chase and car crash in Texas.
Gunmen Stormed a Hotel in Mexico and Kidnapped 38 Guests, Including 22 Foreigners

Gunmen Stormed a Hotel in Mexico and Kidnapped 38 Guests, Including 22 Foreigners

Police in northern Mexico have found 38 people, including 22 foreigners, who were kidnapped at a hotel in San Luis Potosi state.
2 Illegal Migrants Convicted of Sex Crimes Involving Minors Nabbed in California by Border Patrol Agents

2 Illegal Migrants Convicted of Sex Crimes Involving Minors Nabbed in California by Border Patrol Agents

Agents of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) patrolling in California arrested two illegal migrants who have been previously convicted with sexual offenses that involved minors.
Border Patrol Nabs 32 Mexican Migrants Who Use Camouflage Clothing To Escape Detection

Border Patrol Nabs 32 Mexican Migrants Who Use Camouflage Clothing in a Bid to Escape Detection

Despite using camouflage clothing to evade authorities, 32 Mexicans, who were crossing the Arizona-New Mexico state line, were arrested by Border Patrol agents.
Texas Man Sebastian Tovar Charged in Crash That Killed 8 Migrants

Texas Man Charged in Crash That Killed 8 Mexican Migrants

Sebastian Tovar, a man from Texas, has been charged with "transporting illegal aliens resulting in death" after a deadly head-on crash left eight migrants dead.
Mexico Only Has 3,000 Ventilators for the COVID-19 Crisis but Experts Say Mexico Needs 20,000

Mexico Needs 20,000 Ventilators but It Only Has 3,000

Due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Mexico, the need for ventilators also continues to increase. How is Mexico resolving the problem?
Beach in Veracruz

Defying Social Distancing: Mexicans Seen on Beach Ignoring Government's Warning

Mexican government ordered to observe social distancing but some are not following the warning as people were seen on the beach in Veracruz.
Mexican farmworkers

Real Heroes: Mexican Farmers Work Hard To Supply Food Amid COVID-19

Hundreds of thousands of seasonal farmworkers, mostly Mexicans, enter the United States using H-2A visas to make sure that there is enough food amid the threat brought by COVID-19.

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Shoot People For Throwing Rocks

U.S. Border Patrol agent Jesus Mesa Jr. shot down a 15-year-old Mexican boy named Sergio Adrian Hernandez-Guereca in 2010, alleging that the boy threw a rock at him. Attorney Robert Hilliard, the lawyer for the victim's family, stated that there was no proof that Hernandez-Guereca threw a rock at the agent, and continues to press on with a lawsuit after U.S. prosecutors chose not to charge Mesa in the wrongful death of the teenager. The teenager's death was witnessed by 25 civilian witnesses and law enforcement officials.
Speedy Gonzales

Speedy Gonzales: U.S. Latino Folk Hero Co-opted Racist Stereotypes

Speedy Gonzales, with an exaggerated Mexican accent, somehow strayed away from his animators' racist intentions to become a symbol and an icon to Hispanics in the U.S.
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