1:18 - Aalia Shaheed meets a Tucson father who began living in a church to avoid deportation got an unexpected surprise for Father's Day.
1:22 - Kyle Rothenberg reports how studying the Spanish language is mandatory for police officers in Jackson, Mississippi
1:24 - Supporters of a Mexican undocumented immigrant living in a church are starting a campaign to end her deportation case. Rosa Robles Loreto, 41, has lived inside Southside Presbyterian Church for the past 6 months to avoid a deportation order against her.
2:42 - Sgt. Joel Tavera surprised his friend, Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Scott Nicholas, with a gift of a new home.
1:10 - Arizona's controversial SB 1070 law allows local police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they stop. Some are calling it racial profiling, but the police say they're just following the law.
1:52 - Volunteers and local officials are rushing to help undocumented women and children dropped off in Arizona by the Department of Homeland Security
1:31 - An 8 year old boy with Cystic Fibrosis has finally found a best friend, thanks to the kindness of a complete stranger.
4:29 - Dash cam video of Sgt. Ariel Soltura stopping to play football with a boy who was all by himself is drawing national attention as a example of true community policing.
6:42 - What were the top stories of 2013?
1:42 - Executive Chef Saul Ortiz showcases modern Mexican cuisines at Tacos and Tequila in Las Vegas.
2:45 - A Texas school rivalry is set aside during a varsity boys basketball game, when both teams cheer for the same player.
2:17 - Special needs student 'rises' with gratitude for sacrificial server.
1:35 - A local non profit organization is shipping over thousands of pizzas to soldiers overseas.
1:55 - ICE: Since 2010 more than 200,000 deportees say have U.S. citizen children
3:18 - Juan Agudelo wasn't suppose to make it out of the hospital in Colombia - today he is on his way to living his American Dream of becoming an architect.
0:33 - Even though Hispanic Heritage Month is coming to an end, Fox News Latino will continue, every day, to recognize those Latinos that have made us proud.
5:18 - Rita Moreno is one of 11 people to have won what’s commonly referred as an EGOT – or an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and a Tony – known as the grand slam of show business.
6:19 - Former NASA Astronaut Jose Hernandez, and current congressional candidate, has written an inspiring book for young Latinos.
1:20 - Cesar Morales arrived to the U.S. on a handmade wooden raft; today he is teaching blind students how to fence.
5:14 - We traveled to Mexico City to bring you the story of a most remarkable man. A senior researcher at Hewlett-Packard, Pano Santos brought his beautiful mind to America, where he’s achieved success of the highest order.
4:14 - Don Omar, Jorge Posada and Alex Sensation are taking Latino men and prepping them to take on the world.
5:03 - She too could run down the impossible, exciting crowds with her flair and creativity. She also won seven grand slam doubles titles with her famous partner, the one and only Billie Jean King.
1:44 - Couple starts their own voice-talent agency online making the process faster and accessible to anybody anywhere.
4:50 - Taba Mulenda is the first Latino to become a lead animal trainer for the Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey circus.
2:53 - In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Ailes Apprentice Program has teamed up with “Fox and Friends” to produce a special series featuring inspirational people inside the Latino community.
2:56 - Rafael leads a team through the desert on a mission to rescue or find the bodies of immigrants trying to enter the United States.
2:35 - Cita Rodriguez, the daughter of the late, legendary Puerto Rican salsa singer Peter “El Conde” Rodriguez, said she is thrilled to be perform with the Mambo Legends Orchestra in a tribute to “las reinas de la salsa”: Celia Cruz, Graciela, and La Lupe.
4:03 - Juan Williams returned to Panama with his son, more than 60 years after fleeing a dictator.
2:19 - Robert Dennis Michael Sanabria, better known as Bobby Sanabria, remembers with nostalgia the sounds and rhythms of his childhood.
3:36 - Martin and Facundo Lombard left Argentina for the love of dance with just 400 dollars in their pockets. Today, they are living the dream.
1:46 - Paola Moya went from taking care of dogs to renovating national landmarks.
0:52 - Argentina soccer squad and UNICEF joins forces for a worthy cause.
1:55 - Colombian-born Andres Barreto, now 25, is known as the Latin Mark Zuckerberg.
3:04 - Javier Placencia is a chef and restauranteur determined to bring tourists back with his Baja Mediterranean cuisine.
3:36 - Students at a Bronx High School got to meet their idol - Juanes.
2:12 - Daniel Levy, an Argentinean immigrant who received the U.S. Small Business Administration entrepreneurial success award -New York District office- talks about his experience as an immigrant in the Unites States and how he started his online furniture retail business.
2:24 - Eduardo Perez' rise to Executive Chef at Lupo at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
2:58 - Fox News Latino: Valentine's Day Shout Outs.
1:18 - Latino Spotlights of the Week: Our American Dream Special.
5:03 - Texas teen committed suicide for fear of being deported
1:42 - Latinitas, Inc. started as a service project for two University of Texas-Austin students in a Latinos in the media course.
1:38 - Mexican nationals make a dangerous and risky commute daily from the drug cartel-driven border city Juarez to attend the University of Texas-El Paso.
1:35 - Alejandra Ciappa. 911 Anniversary.
1:20 - Fox News Latino interviews Rafael Hernanadez, Mexican Firefighter.
2:49 - Astronaut Jose Hernández Fox News Latino Interview.
1:40 - Latino supermarkets will be big business
11:42 - Fox News Latino interviews US Army SFC Leroy Arthur Petry. Full interview.
3:21 - Fox News Latino Interview with Medal of Honor recipient SFC Leroy Arthur Petry.