The recent arrest of 13 people linked to a prostitution ring in New York doesn’t seem to be holding back the demand for sexual services in the city's Latino neighborhoods, or changing long-held views that women do it for "their desire for easy money," reports El Diario-La Prensa.
Many Chinese voters were jarred by yesterday's guilty verdict of Comptroller John Liu's former campaign treasurer Jenny Hou and his fundraiser Oliver Pan, reports Sing Tao Daily, which provides an intimate look into a disillusioned community.
In light of the tragedy of the Boston Marathon, big events this weekend like the Cinco de Mayo celebrations and the Long Island Marathon, will see increased security measures, reports El Diario-La Prensa, which provides advice on staying clear of trouble.
Scammers are defrauding elderly Chinese in Sheepshead Bay of money, IDs and other valuables. Local police and community organizations are joining hands to educate the area's seniors about how to protect themselves from such crimes, reports World Journal.
Nearly five years after the death of immigrant Marcelo Lucero, a local screening of "Deputized ¿Cómo pudo pasar?" a documentary about the people and environment surrounding the hate crime, brings the case back to a town where some say little has changed, finds El Diario-La Prensa.