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Edwin Flores

Edwin Flores reports and produces for NBC Latino and is based in Anaheim, California. 

Edwin Flores reports and produces for NBC Latino and is based in Anaheim, California. 

Latest from Edwin Flores

Mexican paletas are a growing craze — and here's why almost all stores share one name

Stores selling Mexican paletas or frozen popsicles are growing in popularity in the U.S. but regardless of where the shop owner is from, most name the store after Michoacán.

The 'no sabo kids' are pushing back on Spanish-language shaming

Young Latinos known as"no sabo kids" are hits on TikTok and social media for defying the language shaming that comes with not speaking perfect Spanish.

'Fronterizos' have a different story to tell about the border. It’s cooler than you might think.

Current border and immigration politics, El Paso and San Diego residents say, obscures U.S. border cities' unique "fronterizo" border culture and rich Hispanic heritage and history.

Hilary leaves Southern California farmworkers in dire straits without work

Tropical storm Hilary swept through rural parts of California, leaving already vulnerable farmworkers questioning how they will survive.
100d ago

Olga Carmona scores World Cup-winning goal for Spain, then learns of father's death

Olga Carmona scored the World Cup-winning goal for Spain in what turned into an incredibly bittersweet Sunday — as she was told after the match that her father had died, officials said.
102d ago

Dispute between a Utah farmer and farmworkers triggers probe into fraud and human trafficking

A video released last week by KSL caught a glimpse of what appears to be Ron Bennett Gibson hitting a man who was working at his farm.
105d ago

Latino kids in states with more anti-immigrant laws are in poorer health, study finds

Latino children in states with more anti-immigrant policies were linked to more chronic physical or mental health conditions, according to a new Pediatrics study.
106d ago

Wendy Guevara becomes the first trans woman to win a Mexican reality TV series

Social media influencer Wendy Guevara made history Sunday when she became the first transgender woman to win a Mexican reality TV series.
115d ago

After 3 lackluster matches, knockout play begins for U.S. World Cup team

Good has so far been barely good enough for the United States women’s soccer team, as its quest to win a third straight World Cup has been marred by uncharacteristically mediocre play.

A Chicano Heritage Month? Yes and here's why, this legislator says

California Rep. Lou Correa is reintroducing a resolution to make August Chicano/Chicana Heritage Month to recognize Mexican Americans' history and contributions.
118d ago

Aztec dancers accuse U.S. agency of confiscating their traditional feathers

A group of Indigenous Aztec dancers has filed a claim against a U.S. federal agency for confiscating hundreds of traditional Indigenous feathers as the group was crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.