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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Miami Mansion Owned by Conchita the Chihuahua Sells for $8.4 Million

In 2010, Conchita the Chihuahua became somewhat of a celebrity when it was revealed her owner, deceased socialite Gail Posner, had bequeathed a Miami mansion to Conchita and Posner’s other two dogs. Along with the home, Conchita and her “sisters” were also given a $3 million trust. continue reading »

5-Year-Old Dominican Boy Carries Out Execution Hit

Dominican Republic authorities are investigating the shooting death of Arsenio Diaz Rodriguez, 53, as an ordered execution carried out by a five-year-old. continue reading »

Judge: Spanish Doctor Will Pay Monthly Child Support to Woman After Abortion Botched

A Spanish gynecologist is now financially responsible for baby after he failed to properly perform an abortion. In April 2010, a woman whose name has not been released, s continue reading »

Venezuelan Outfielder and Detroit Tiger Great: Magglio Ordonez Set to Retire this Weekend

The Detroit Tigers will have a pregame ceremony to honor the 38 year-old Ordonez , who is set to retire, before Detroit plays the New York Yankees this weekend,. continue reading »

UFC Octagon Girl Arianny Celeste Arrested for Allegedly Kicking Boyfriend in Face During Argument

One of the UFC’s most popular octagon girls, Arianny Celeste (born Arianny Celeste-Penelope Lopez Marquez), was arrested on a domestic violence charge over the Memorial weekend. continue reading »

RUBIO WATCH:  Senator’s First Trip to Cuba is to Guantanamo Bay

Yesterday, Florida Senator Marco Rubio made a visit to the homeland of his parents when he made a surprise visit to Guantanamo Bay to meet with military personnel. continue reading »

Drug-war Victims’ Families Call For “National Unity” Pact in Mexico

Family members and activists representing more than 50,000 victims of drug-related violence in Mexico in recent years held a testy meeting with the four presidential hopefuls and called for a "national unity" pact to restore peace. continue reading »

Chilean Photographer’s Dancing Dog Carrie Promoting Latin Music in America

Chilean photographer Jose Fuentes trained his little dog Carrie to dance to the beat of Latin rhythms as entertainment for family get-togethers - and today she's a show-stopping sensation around the United States. continue reading »

Peace Activist Slams Mexican Presidential Campaigns

Poet Javier Sicilia, the leader of Mexico's Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, or MPJD, blasted on Monday the farce represented by the current electoral campaign, considering it "the continuation of violence by other means." continue reading »

Witness at Police Officers’ Torture Trial Murdered in Argentine Prison

A prisoner who was a witness at the trial of 27 police officers for torturing inmates in a prison in southern Argentina was murdered a month before he was to be included in the program of temporary releases, a non-governmental organization investigating the case told Efe on Monday. continue reading »

Labor Rights Pioneer Dolores Huerta Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

Today, President Obama bestowed labor rights pioneer and co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America, Dolores Huerta with the highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. continue reading »

Jets Interesting Off-Season Quarterback Watch: Sanchez vs Tebow

The New York Giants are coming off an improbable run to win the Super Bowl last season, but the other New York football team is hogging the offseason headlines with an interesting quarterback battle between Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. continue reading »

“Querido Tommy” Singer-Songwriter Tommy Torres Enjoying Online Success

Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Tommy Torres fulfilled the dream of a follower with the song "Querido Tommy" (Dear Tommy), which has made him a social-network sensation and is the advance single from his upcoming disc that goes on sale this summer. continue reading »

Marlin’s Relief Pitcher Leo Nunez Returns to U.S. as Juan Carlos Oviedo

The baseball career of Leo Nunez turned into the curious case of Juan Carlos Oviedo. continue reading »

ICE Increases Number of Agents to Focus on Deportation of Criminal Undocumented

Without public notice, on May 14, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) increased the number of agents tasked with finding and deporting undocumented immigrants with criminal records. continue reading »