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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Q’VIVA! THE CHOSEN Paves the Way for Multilingual Television

Produced in Spanish, Portuguese and English in 21 Countries Worldwide. !Q'VIVA! THE CHOSEN has achieved international success as the first multilingual television show to be broadcast simultaneously throughout the Americas. continue reading »

Tornado phenomenon in Monterrey, Mexico (VIDEO)

A tornado was reported touching the ground near Laredo-Monterrey highway Thursday morning. A video captured by two youth depicts the rare occurrence. continue reading »

Brazilian School Uniforms Now Come with Tracking Devices

Attempting to keep students both safer and in school, the Brazilian city of Victoria da Conquista has required students to wear new uniforms equipped with tracking devices. continue reading »

Brazilian UFC Champ Fancies Adele and Katy Perry (VIDEO)

Brazilian UFC fighter Junior dos Santos has been bred to fight, but perhaps he was born to sing. In a recent interview with TMZ the MMA fighter sang a bit of Adele’s “Someone Like You,” saying he really likes the her, and is a big fan of Katy Perry as well. continue reading »

Ahead of Elections, Many Fear Violence Against Media in Mexico Will Increase

Reporters Without Borders said Thursday after an attack on the offices of a national television network that violence against the Mexican media could increase in the lead-up to general elections this summer. continue reading »

There is No Mayan Apocalypse Prediction Says Mexican Astronomer

Neither the Mayans' texts nor their calendar contain predictions of an apocalypse later this year, but regrettably "pseudoscientific media outlets are talking about the end of the world, based on supposed prophecies and the Mayan calendar," Mexican astronomer Marte Trejo Sandoval said. continue reading »

Panga That Washed Ashore in El Segundo Was Carrying 15 Deported Criminals

A panga that washed ashore in El Segundo Wednesday reportedly carried 20 undocumented immigrants to U.S. shores. Of the 20 immigrants, more than a dozen of them were criminals who had been deported after being c continue reading »

Selena Gomez Makes a Wish Come True for a Little Girl Battling Leukemia (VIDEO)

In 2010, a little girl named Ella was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Having battled her way through cancer for the last two year, Ella had just one wish, to meet Selena Gomez. continue reading »

Due to Cost and Availability, Many Latinas Heading into Mexico for Birth Control

With the high cost of birth control in the U.S. many Latinas have begun crossing into Mexico for their contraceptives. According to the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH), more Latinas are crossing into Mexico and risking their health to do it continue reading »

Zoe Saldana and Bradley Cooper Call it Quits

Various sources are reporting that actors Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana have split. A source recently told E! News that after three months, it was Cooper, 3 continue reading »

Cover Image for Jennifer Lopez Single “Dance Again” Feat. Pitbull Revealed

The image for the Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull song "Dance Again" has been released, and no surprise here, J.Lo is looking sexy. The American Idol judge has said the song itself with be released on Ryan S continue reading »

Don’t Drink and Fly: Yet Another In-Flight Freakout Aboard

Some people are not good flyers. Some need a drink (or maybe a Xanax) to calm their nerves. And then there are people like Peggy S. Albedhady-Sanchez who get drunk and try to take out the flight attendants. continue reading »

Honduran Marital Art Champ Arrested for Strangling Five People

A martial arts expert who has been a fugitive from justice since May 2010 and is accused of strangling five people was arrested by Honduran police, authorities said. continue reading »

Tragedy:  7-year old Street Beggar Murdered in Dominican Republic for $8

Four teenagers, including two Haitians, murdered a 7-year-old boy because they were envious of his ability to get money from drivers while panhandling in Santo Domingo, Dominican police said. continue reading »

Former Brazilian President Lula to Return to Public Life with No Specific Plans Yet

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Wednesday that after beating cancer, he plans to return to public life "to help Brazil continue growing and developing." continue reading »