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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Authorities Searching for Dominican Woman Who Sold Her Baby for $2500

Dominican police are looking for a woman who sold her 8-month-old baby for 100,000 pesos ($2,500), authorities said Monday. The child was recovered last Friday. The spokesman for the northern regional po continue reading »

Costa Rican Company President Guilty of Massive Fraud in U.S., Spends Money on Soccer Team

The president of a Costa Rican company that sold reinsurance bonds to life settlement companies was found guilty by a federal jury in Richmond, Va., for carrying out a half-billion-dollar fraud scheme that affected more than 2,000 victims throughout the United States and abroad. continue reading »

Border Agent that Shot Mexican Teen Faces No Criminal Charges, Being Sued by Family

The lawyer of the family of a 15 year-old Mexican boy killed by a U.S. Border Patrol Agent in 2010 says plans of a law suit are still underway in spite of him not facing criminal charges by U.S. authorities continue reading »

Dayana Mendoza Told ‘Adios’ on Celebrity Apprentice

The last standing Latina, former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza, was told ‘Adios’ Sunday on Celebrity Apprentice. The other Latina contestant was former Miss Venezuela Patricia Velasquez who was booted off March 25th. continue reading »

With 538 Dead Pelicans and Hundreds of Dead Dolphins, Peruvian Gov’t Orders Investigation

The Peruvian Sea Institute, or Imarpe, will investigate the deaths of hundreds of seabirds in northern Peru, the Production Ministry said. Imarpe personnel have conducted a preliminary inspection along a 70-kilometer (43-mile continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Chilean Suspected for Killing Boss and Associate with Wooden Mop

Jose Rojas (43), a native Chilean, and the prime suspect in a double homicide in Coral Gables, Florida confessed his plans to kidnap and extort the victims. continue reading »

With Unemployment in Spain at 24%, Grandma Gets Evicted and Chains Herself to Bank

A 76-year-old grandmother who lost her home to debt chained herself to the gate of Spain's central bank here Monday and asked Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to address the "injustices" affecting many people in the Iberian nation. Angeles Belmonte was evicted five months ago from her home in the southern town of Nijar when her son fell behind on a loan she co-signed. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Manuel Carranza Only Has a 6th Grade Education, Practices Dentistry

A Honduran-born man living in New York has been accused of not only practicing dentistry without a license, but without any formal medical or dental training whatsoever. Manuel Carranza, 46, who has been living on Long Island, was r continue reading »

Did Selena Gomez and The Scene Steal Another Band’s Song? (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez and The Scene are among those named in a lawsuit filed claiming their song “A Year Without Rain” was a rip off another band’s song. continue reading »

UPDATE: Yvonne Baldelli’s Ex-Marine/Ex-BF Named Person of Interest in Her Disappearance in Panama

Sunday, Panamanian police said they are looking to missing American, Yvonne Baldelli's former boyfriend, ex-Marine Brian Brimager as a person in their case to find her. continue reading »

Check Out Boyce Avenue’s Acoustic Cover of The Wanted’s “Glad You Came” (VIDEO)

Boyce Avenue have released their acoustic cover of The Wanted's hit "Glad You Came". The Manzano brothers, YouTube favorites, will soon be heading across the pond for their European tour wh continue reading »

Chicago Bears Add Evan Rodriguez to Roster at 2012 NFL Draft

The 6’2, 244-lb tight end/fullback from Temple, Evan Rodriguez, was chosen on the third and final day of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. continue reading »

Colombian Prostitute in Secret Service Scandal in Playboy? or Hustler?

Dania Suarez, the prostitute who blew the lid off the Secret Service scandal,told the press that she plans to sell her story to the highest bidder. continue reading »

Bolivian Sex Workers Go on Hunger Strike to Demand Solution to End Doctors’ Strike

Bolivian sex workers, both male and female, are currently on a hunger strike at a health center in El Alto demanding a solution be found to the doctor’s strike that has forced the closure of a number of Bolivian hospitals. continue reading »

Costa Rican President Comes to the Rescue of Hit and Run Victims

Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla became the heroine of a tragic hit and run accident injuring three people last night when her security detail arrived on the scene. continue reading »