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Lost Dog Finds Family After Four Moves and Five Years

Anyone who has ever lost a dog, knows exactly what one California woman went through years ago when her Shih Tzu disappeared. Five years ago, Myrna Carrillo’s 3-year-old Shih Tzu, Prince continue reading »

Former Army Officer, Roderick Sanchez, Sentenced for Taking Bribes for Govt Contracts in Iraq

A U.S. Army contracting officer was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge in Denver to 60 months in prison for accepting money and items of value in return for being influenced in the awarding of Army contracts. continue reading »

Mexico’s South Border Becoming Just as Violent as the North, Priest Needs Police Protection

As the drug war continues at Mexico’s northern border, the violence of the south seems to be overlooked. The situation has gotten so bad that a even priest helping shelter Guatemalan migrants is asking police for protection. continue reading »

Five Tips for Good Financial Health

Setting long-term goals is essential. Like a balanced diet, good financial health requires discipline, good habits and a plan. For some, financial health simply means spending less than what they make. continue reading »

As Black Wards Add Voters, Latino Wards Fall Behind

Since November's midterm elections, Chicago has seen a jump in the number of registered voters, but Latinos do not seem to be registering as much as their fellow minorities, the African-American population. continue reading »

Fourth Detainee Dies in ICE Custodyin Fiscal Year 2011

A Mexican national in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement since Jan. 6 passed away on Jan. 13 at Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center as a result of natural causes. continue reading »

Immigration Judges Being Crushed by Full Caseloads say Southwest Needs More Judges NOW!

On the day of the Tucson, Arizona shooting that killed six, and injured another thirteen, Arizona’s Chief U.S. District Judge John Roll reportedly arrived at the meet-and-greet event to speak with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords continue reading »

Some Las Vegas Casino’s Peg Growth to Engaging a Spanish Speaking, Latino Clientele

Hispanics, the nation’s largest and fastest-growing minority, are quickly becoming a majority of the population in Southern California, and the largest source of casino clientele for Las Vegas. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  Jean-Claude, Baby Doc, Duvalier Arrested in Haiti (VIDEO)

As everyone is trying to figure how and why former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier returned to his homeland, officials are visiting him in his post hotel room. continue reading »

Alderman, Police Officer Accused of Collaborating in Drug Business

Sounding very much like a Hollywood movie plot filled with politicians, crooked former police officers, drugs, and as always, money, the scene Ald. Ed Burke of the 14th Ward finds himself in could disgrace the politician's name, and leave yet another stain on Chicago officials. continue reading »

Man Fatally Shot in Little Village

Sunday afternoon, police say a 32-year-old man was fatally shot in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood. According to police, at around 1:30 p.m., continue reading »

Native Americans Protest Over Excavation of Ancestors’ Burial Site for Mexican Cultural Center

Just outside the Los Angeles construction site of what was intended to be a Mexican cultural center, at least 50 Native Americans protested the excavation of what they believe to the grave sites of many of their ancestors. continue reading »

Modern Family’s Manny and his Sister Start a Clothing Line for Plus Sized Youngsters

He plays Manny in Modern Family and she, is his sister, who just landed a role in the film "Prom." Together, Rico and Raini Rodriguez have started RAR-IT Fitz Fashions. continue reading »

Experts Say Sinking of Mexico City is Getting Worse

Mexico City is sinking. While this fact has been known for some time, over the last century, the sinking has gotten far worse. It is estimated that in the last one hundred years or so, areas of the world’s third largest metropolis have sunk up to 42 feet continue reading »

From Afghanistan Sen. Marco Rubio, Days into New Job, Opposes Obama Troop Withdrawal Plan

Florida Republican Senator, Marco Rubio, days into his Senatorial job is on a five-day visit to Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is traveling with other Republican senators including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. continue reading »

California: Suspected White Supremacists Charged with Hate Crime Against Latino Man

Police officers have brought up two men on hate crime charges after witnesses say they attacked a Latino man inside a bar in Sunnyvale, California. As officers took their photos, one of the men, not at all phased by the arrest, through his right arm out in a Nazi salute, said the police report. continue reading »

Sending Michelle Obama Las Mañanitas on Her 47th Birthday (VIDEO)

HS News and the rest of country are sending Birthday wishes to the First Lady of the United States on her 47th birthday. continue reading »

NFL Stunner:  Jets Win Against Patriots, New York Says Gracias to Quarterback Mark Sanchez

In the NFL upset of the year if not the decade, the New York Jets have defeated the New England Patriot, 28-21 in order to advance to the AFC Championship game against the Steelers. continue reading »

Actor James Franco Set to Portray Richard Ramirez ‘The Night Stalker’ Serial Killer

The very busy actor James Franco is set to star and make his directorial debut with the movie version of ‘The Night Stalker’. The movie is based on author Phillip Carlo’s book on Richard Ramirez who was found guilt in California of 13 murders, continue reading »

Is Golden Globe Nominee and TV Star Sofia Vergara Ready to be a Senator’s Wife?

The Hill is reporting that television sitcom actress Sofia Vergara’s boyfriend, Nick Loeb, is mulling a bid for a Republican Senate run in Florida in 2012. Vergara is the very sexy star of ‘Modern Family’ and Loeb an heir to the Loeb Rhoades banking family. continue reading »