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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

LATINO BLOTTER: After Night Out Drinking Illinois Father Burns Son With Iron Over Missing Dollar

An Illinois father has been arrested after he allegedly burned his son’s face because he believed the boy stole a dollar bill from him. Police say 35-year-old Josue Marinque of Joliet came home Sunday continue reading »

Sofia Vergara’s Son, Manolo, Presents a Very Sweet Mother’s Day Video (VIDEO)

On the latest episode of "Mi Vida Con Toty," Sofia Vergara's 19-year-old son Manolo presented viewers and his mother with a touching video compilation of old family videos at various occasions throughout his life. continue reading »

Joseph Rodriguez Beautifully Photographs Mexican Families Coming to America in “Migrantes”

Award-winning photographer Joseph Rodriguez recently revealed the stunningly heartwarming and heartbreaking images of his long-term project he calls “Migrantes”. continue reading »

Mexican 6th-Graders Make Porno in School

According to police, a group of six-graders in Mexico reportedly filmed a pornographic movie at their school during a recess in late April. The teacher whose classroom was used was not in the video, continue reading »

Arizona’s Sheriff Arpaio and His Office Sued by U.S. Govt for Discriminating Against Latinos

The Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit in federal court today against Maricopa County, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) and Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio, arising from unconstitutional and unlawful actions. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Raul Garza Kills Wife then Rapes and Murders her 12-Year-Old Sister

South Texas’ Raul Garza has been jailed without bond for allegedly killing his wife before raping and murdering her 12-year-old sister. The 24-year-old of Wesalco, Texas has been ch continue reading »

Gloria Estefan to Appear on “Glee” Season Finale

Cuban American singer Gloria Estefan confirmed Wednesday, via Twitter, her upcoming participation in the successful musical television series "Glee" in the role of the mother of Cheerio Santana, played by Naya Rivera. continue reading »

Colombia and China Reach Agreement to Boost Oil Cooperation

Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos and Chinese President Hu Jintao presided over the signing here Wednesday of nine agreements to boost cooperation in a range of industries, including the oil sector. continue reading »

Suspicious Details Regarding the Arrest of Prominent Cuban Dissident

The opposition Cuban Commission on Human Rights and National Reconciliation denounced the fact that dissident Jose Daniel Ferrer, who spent eight years in prison as one of the "Group of 75," was arrested on Wednesday in Havana. continue reading »

49 Guatemalan Migrants Detained by Mexican Authorities

Mexican police arrested 49 undocumented Guatemalan migrants in the southern border state of Chiapas, authorities said. continue reading »

Cuban Tourism to See Boost with Increased Capacity and New Destinations

Cuba is intending to increase its hotel capacity on its offshore keys and islets to take advantage of the economic opportunities offered by tourism, according to leaders in the sector attending the 32nd International Fitur Fair. continue reading »

Stray Bullet Shot From Prison Kills Innocent Venezuelan in His Home

The Venezuelan government confirmed Wednesday that a Caracas resident died inside his home when he was struck by a stray bullet fired from inside a nearby prison. continue reading »

Brazilian Helicopter Crash Leaves 8 Dead, Including Murder Suspect

All eight people aboard were killed when a police helicopter crashed in the central Brazilian state of Goiás, authorities said. continue reading »

Mexican News Source Obtains Video of Cartel Murders

The perpetrators shot video and still photos of the torture, murder and dismemberment of four Mexican navy personnel and a female civilian who were found dead last month in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, capital daily Milenio said Wednesday. continue reading »

RUBIO WATCH:  Marco Rubio Still Paying Off Student Loans but Votes Against Low Interest Rates

As the Senate Republicans blocked a vote to extend low interest rates on government subsidized student loans one of their everyone , Florida Senator Marco Rubio, urged that ‘the interest rates on student loans do not go up.” continue reading »