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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Preparing for Another Surgery

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who is running for re-election in October, announced Tuesday that he will have to undergo a new operation because "a lesion" was detected continue reading »

Drug Smuggling Moms Arrested at Border with Kids

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the El Paso port of entry made five drug busts in the last two days including two cases which involved women who were traveling with children when stopped by CBP officers. continue reading »

Daughter-in-Law Scams $180,000 from in-Laws Scaring Them with Mexican Mafia Threats

Yesterday in federal court, a woman from Hawaii was sentenced for defrauding her husband’s Minnesota family out of more than $180,000. continue reading »

Check out HACEMOS National High Technology Day

AT&T's Hispanic/Latino Association – announced today the return of its annual HACEMOS National High Technology Day on February 23, 2012. continue reading »

LULAC Looking to Boost the Number of Latinos Involved in Politics

The Texas branch of the League of United Latin American Citizens has stepped up its efforts to get Latinos registered to vote and to have more women in the state running for public office. continue reading »

Mexican Siblings on the Road to Conquer Hollywood

With the success of the film "Goats" at the Sundance Film Festival and the March 6 screening of "Cellmates" via Internet VOD and cable, Mexican siblings Olga continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Juvy Guard Charged with Beating Up 14-Yr-Old in His Care

A youth care specialist at a youth detention facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico has been arrested for allegedly choking and punching a 14-year-old boy in his care. continue reading »

Check Out Video on Sheriff Babeu’s ‘Gaydar’ Border Fence

Check this funny video by Pocho on Mexican Mitt Romney's reaction to Sheriff Babeu and his illegal Mexican lover. It appears the Mexican Mitt Romney is alleging Sheriff Paul Babeu wants to have a 'GAYDAR' border fence erected. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER UPDATE: New Mexico Woman Convicted of $2 Pumpkin Theft

A New Mexico woman is facing theft charges and a jury trial for a $2 pumpkin she says he accidentally stole from a pumpkin patch in 2011. continue reading »

Former Dodger Manny Ramirez Goes from $45M Contract to a $500k Minor League Deal

Though he once signed a $45 million contract with the Dodgers, slugger Manny Ramirez is now heading down to the minor league Oakland A's team with a $500,000 deal. continue reading »

Clear Channel Apologizes for “Deport” Comments Made in Radio Giveaway Ad

Last week, the Clear Channel media company was criticized for comments made on one of its radio stations, which said it would "deport someone to Mexico every Friday" in a promotion for vacation giveaway. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Guards Confess Helping Inmates Escape from Mexican Prison

Nine guards have confessed that they helped 30 inmates escape and allowed gunmen from the Los Zetas drug cartel to enter another section of the prison in the northern Mexican city of Apodaca, where they killed 44 members of the rival Gulf cartel, officials said. continue reading »

17-Year Old Dies in Argentina After Boyfriend Sets Her on Fire

A 17-year-old Argentine woman set on fire by her boyfriend died after agonizing for six days in a hospital with burns over 75 percent of her body, authorities said Tuesday. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Drunk Joseph Carrara Drives Car into County Jail Gates

At around 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning, authorities say Joseph Cararra plowed his vehicle into a set of gets at the Volusia County Jail. The Port Orange, FL man was n continue reading »

Two Time Texas Teacher of the Year Tells Student, “Go Back to Mexico”

After 24 years of exemplary teaching and two ‘Teacher of the Year’ awards, Shirley Bunn found herself suspended with pay after telling a disruptive eighth grader to “Go Back to Mexico.” continue reading »