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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Meet Richard Carmona, the Candidate Obama Wants to be the Next Arizona Senator

Former U.S. Surgeon General, Richard Carmona, is President Obama’s choice to fill the U.S. Senate seat in Arizona to replace retiring Republican Senator Jon Kyl. So who is this 62-year-old? continue reading »

“UndocuMemes”: Can Immigration Issues, the DREAM Act be Funny?

Dubbed "UndocuMemes," memes geared toward those fighting laws pertaining to immigration and the DREAM Act, are quickly gaining popularity. continue reading »

Taco ‘Bout Success: The Taco Bell Takeover (Infographic)

If you’re like most college students, chances are you’ve indulged in at least one late-night fast food run during your college career. Each year, Americans spend over $110 billion on fast food alone, continue reading »

Latino Blotter: Machete Attack Leads to Severed Hands of Ex-Girlfriend

Lawyer for Armando Vergara-Martinez (49) announced that the accused would plead guilty to attempted murder and avoid trial in a machete attack against his ex-girlfriend. continue reading »

Selena Gomez & The Scene Debut NEW Video for “Hit the Lights” (VIDEO)

Though Selena Gomez & The Scene released a video for their song “Hit the Lights” back in November, the group released a second video for it. When she released the f continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Woman Steals Jewerly From Kids, Sentenced to 1 Year

For stealing jewelry from young girls, Sandra Lizbeth Contreras-Velasquez was sentenced to a year in jail. Contreras-Velasquez, 28, admitted to police see had stolen jewe continue reading »

Tragic Double Slaying of Latino Family Announced by 9-Year-Old in School

This Monday when a 9 year-old arrived at school in the morning, he told his teachers that his father had killed both his mother and older sister that very morning. continue reading »

VOLCANO WATCH: Popocatepetl vs. Tungurahua

Though given the adorable-sounding nickname “El Popo” the Volcán Popocatépetl (Smoking Mountain) in Mexico is one seriously threatening volcano. Still, it is not the only volcano causing worry. In Ecuador, the Tungurahua volcano continue reading »

Stunning 5-Year-Old Niece of Gisele Bundchen Launches Clothing Line in Brazil

The stunning niece of supermodel Gisele Bunchden is in the works to launch her own eco-friendly clothing line in partnership with Brandii Mundi, a Brazilian clothing brand. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER:  Guatemalan Native Charged with Having Sex with Neighborhood Poodle

In Fort Lauderdale, Florida Jenson Bolla-Sosa was arrested and charged for sexual abuse and bestiality with the neighbor's poodle, Mimi. continue reading »

Mexican Narcos Now Working at U.S. Swap Meets Selling Counterfeit Goods

As the counterfeit merchandise market becomes more lucrative, drug cartels increasingly want a piece of the pie and are charging vendors a tax or quota in order to operate businesses at swap meets and other flea markets. continue reading »

See What Famous Muralist Jeff Soto, a Chevy Sonic, and a Robotic Paint Gun Can Create (VIDEO)

As part of the promotional campaign for the new Sonic, Chevrolet has filmed a series of stunts, the latest being a partnership with world-famous muralist Jeff Soto. Soto is an artist, illustrator and muralist who has exhibited in galleries and museums aroun continue reading »

Penlope Cruz Maybe Working with Husband Javier Bardem in “The Counselor”

Penelope Cruz could star with her husband Javier Bardem in the Ridley Scott drama "The Counselor," The Hollywood Reporter said Thursday. continue reading »

Jon Secada Looks Back at His Legacy with “Otra vez”

Twenty years after he began his career as a performer, Jon Secada is returning to the music scene with "Otra vez," an album on which he offers unreleased compositions and reestablishes his legacy as a br continue reading »

Deadly Shootings of Undocumented at Border has Authorities on High Alert

The recent deadly shooting attack on a group of undocumented immigrants who were traveling in a vehicle near the Arizona border alerted U.S. authorities to the presence of criminal groups in the region. continue reading »