Today, a special in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. The U.S. and Mexico share deep personal, economic, geographic and cultural connections, but our understanding of Mexico is often limited by what we typically see in the media, a laundry list of stereotypes and generalizations. You probably think you know Mexico because a.) you’ve been on vacation there, b.) because we’re neighbors, or c.) you have family there. But in spite of our proximity to Mexico, it remains a mystery to many. Join host Daniel Hernandez as he introduces us to the Mexico you don’t know, using stories rich in sound, place and humanity.
- After a few standout harvests and favorable proposals with the Board of Fisheries, managers are feeling optimistic heading into the new year.
- Kaiser had eight K300 finishes to his name coming into the race and an experienced core team that has raced the past three years. Brent Sass took second and Richie Diehl placed third.
- The application places a 1.08-acre parcel into federal Indian trust status. Tribal president Clinton Cook Sr. said the association applied for the status change to protect CTA’s government and homeland.
- Kellyanne Conway also pushes back hard against claims that the administratin misrepresented the size of the crowd at Friday's inauguration.