1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content



Blog Entries by HS News Staff

After Being Accidentally Run Over by Mother, 8-Year-Old Girl Dies

The 8-year-old daughter of Maria Anna Cruz-Lopez succumbed to injuries Friday after she and four other children were run over by her mother. Cruz-Lopez, 33, was reportedly backing a large S continue reading »

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican journalists and activists continue coming to the United States asking for what their own country is not giving them, the chance to live without fear, attorney Carlos Spector - who represents about a dozen of these people, most recently reporter Miguel Lopez Solana - told Efe. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Starts Fight Because He Thinks He’s the “Better Mexican”

A West Palm beach man remained in jail Tuesday after he and another man began fighting over who is a “better Mexican.” An unidentified 35-year-old man began told police he and his friends were drinking continue reading »

President Fernando Lugo of Paraguay May Have Fathered a SECOND Child During his Time as a Bishop

In 2006, Fernando Lugo, then a Catholic bishop, announced he planned to leave the priesthood to run for President of Paraguay, but it seems skeletons in his holy closet may be coming out. After winning the Presidential race in 2008 and continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Girl Sexually Abused for 7 Years, Kept Silent by Abusers’ Blackmail

A Texas teen has been arrested after he and members of his family allegedly blackmailed a 13-year-old into allowing them to sexually abuse her, the abuse lasting for years. continue reading »

Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America

continue reading »

Rapper Kid Cudi Announces Official Name of Upcoming Album: indicud

Rapper Kid Cudi has announced the official title for his third studio album. Like many stars making announcements these days, Cudi,28, (born Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi) continue reading »

Alejandro Sanz Wants Fans to Guess New Album Title Using Paper Airplanes and Videos

Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, one of the most active Latino artists on the social networks, is using an Internet game to get his fans to "guess" the title of his new album, his public relations office announced Tuesday. continue reading »

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Renews Political and Economic Cooperation with Chile

Spain's King Juan Carlos on Tuesday called on Spanish business leaders to take advantage of opportunities in renewable energy and tourism in Chile, and he praised the South American country for its legal security, compared with those "where arbitrariness reigns." continue reading »

Delta Airlines Buys 30.2 million Shares of Aeromexico

Delta Airlines, the No. 2 carrier in the United States, has acquired a 4.17 percent stake in Grupo Aeromexico for $65 million as part of a long-term strategic alliance, the Mexican airline said. continue reading »

2.5 tons of Cocaine, $300,000 Confiscated in Colombia

Police seized 2.5 tons of cocaine and a large amount of cash in three operations in different parts of Colombia, arresting 16 suspects, President Juan Manuel Santos said. continue reading »

Two-Time World Series Champ Pedro Borbon Dies at 65

Former MLB pitcher Pedro Borbon lost his battle with cancer and died on Monday, according to the Cincinnati Reds. continue reading »

Paz Vega to Work Again With Almodovar in “Los Amantes Pasajeros”, Pedro Almodovar

Spanish actress Paz Vega will be in the cast of "Los Amantes Pasajeros" (The Brief Lovers), the new film by Spanish director Pedro Almodovar, with whom she worked on "Hable con Ella" (Talk to Her), Variety reported on its Web site. continue reading »

Colombian Expert Luz Miriam Toro Recognized for Preservation of Pre-Columbian Art

Colombian expert Luz Miriam Toro's work to ensure that the value of pre-Columbian art from the Tumaco-Tolita culture is recognized throughout the world has earned her recognition from the Women Together (WT) organization that presented one of its annual awards to her on Tuesday. continue reading »

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico City is not only one of the best places to watch the Venus transit of 2012 and it also one of the most historic. The Mayans, according to historians, are said to have recorded the transits of 1153 and 1275 on wall paintings and in their calendar. continue reading »