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Green Bay Press-Gazette
Traveling Back through the Door County Advocate archives: April 19
Music critic Dan E. Vernboldt, Madison, will select a group to compete in the state festival in August.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Bluefish resign Winston Abreu
The Bridgeport Bluefish today announced the signing of pitcher Winston Abreu. Abreu returns to Bridgeport for the second straight year during his 19th season of professional baseball.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Bus hits parked truck, at least 36 dead
First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Warning expires at 8:00 PM on 4/15, issued at 10:03 PM Fort White, FL First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Warning expires at 10:12 AM on 4/15, issued at 10:12 AM Hoboken, GA VERACRUZ, Mexico - State officials in Mexico now say at least 36 people are dead after a passenger bus slammed into a broken-down truck and burst ... (more)
The Charlotte Observer
Bus hits truck on Mexico highway; 36 reported dead
Caution tape creates a perimeter around a passenger bus that slammed into a broken-down truck and burst into flames near the town of Ciudad Isla in the Gulf state of Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday, April 13, 2014.
33 killed in Mexico bus crash
Mexico City, April 14 - At least 33 people were killed early Sunday when a tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer and burst into flames on the Cosamalopan-Acayucan highway in the southern part of the Mexican Gulf state of Veracruz, officials said.
At least 33 people killed in Mexican bus crash
At least 33 people were killed and four injured on Sunday when a bus crashed into the back of a truck in eastern Mexico and caught fire, the government of the state of Veracruz said.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Restaurants struggle as thieves steal limes
Citrus growers in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz guard their groves as lime prices surge to the point that pistol-packing thieves pick pieces of fruit right off their trees.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Honduran migrants ask Mexico to allow free passage
About a dozen Honduran migrants who lost legs and arms after falling from trains during northbound journeys across Mexico asked the country's Senate on Tuesday to stop the government's persecution of Central Americans, protect them from criminal gangs and contribute money to shelters for their care.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Erie Times News
Today in History for April 9
On April 9, 1914, the Tampico Incident took place as eight U.S. sailors were arrested by Mexican authorities for allegedly entering a restricted area and held for a short time before being released.
'Take Veracruz at Once!'
The April issue of Naval History, a monthly published by the U.S. Naval Institute, includes an article on the United States' 1914 incursion into Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
From East L.A. to Austin, Las Cafeteras Stomps Out Racism With a Beat
After leading a group of students in a workshop called "Racism, Ain't Nobody Got Time for That," the band played to a crowd of around 100 students, staff and community members.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Immigration Activists to March From Phoenix to Immigrant Detention Center
Activists and leaders of efforts to defend immigrants on Wednesday in Phoenix began a march that will end on April 5 at Arizona's Eloy Detention Center, where they will demand an end to deportations and approval of immigration reform.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
A holiday for the underdog: Explore the secret history of Cinco de Mayo
Let's put down the tequila and take a moment to meditate on Cinco de Mayo's profound and life-affirming simple message to the world: Screw you, France.
Mexican state blames railways in migrant crimes
Prosecutors in southern Mexico have filed a criminal complaint that alleges railway companies or their employees were complicit in crimes against migrants who ride their trains.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Las Vegas Review Journal
GoPro captures kayaker's plunge down waterfall
A kayaker used a GoPro camera to capture his plunge down the 60-foot La Tomata waterfall in Veracruz, Mexico.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
University Student Taken By Armed Subjects In Veracruz Mexico
Brandon Vallejo, a student at Cristobal Colon University in Veracruz, Mexico was taken by armed subjects on Thursday March 27th at Plaza Del Sol.
Mexico's 'green gold': Growers guard limes as prices rise
Limes have always been a coveted crop in Mexico, but a combination of poor winter weather, plagues and threats from organized crime have caused production to plunge and prices to rise.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
FibraHotel Acquies two hotels, Fiesta Inn Xalapa hotel and One Xalapa hotel
FibraHotel , the first real estate investment trust specialized in urban business-class hotels in Mexico, announced that today it closed the acquisition of two hotels in Xalapa, Veracruz, adding a total of 245 rooms .
Drug cartel suspects killed in Mexico
Ten suspected drug cartel members have been killed in a gunfight with soldiers and police in eastern Mexico, authorities have said.
Mexico police, soldiers kill 10 kidnappers
Authorities in Mexico's Gulf coast state of Veracruz say state police and soldiers engaged in a gunbattle with suspected kidnappers, killing nine men and a woman.