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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Viña del Mar Festival in Chile Gets a Taste of Marc Anthony’s Steamy Salsa Moves

Marc Anthony spiced with salsa the second night of the Viña del Mar International Song Festival and set the evening on fire with a tremendous burst of Caribbean rhythms continue reading »

NFL Quarterback Ditches Fiancé Jenny Montes Just Hours before Walking Down the Aisle

Jason Campbell, quarterback for the Oakland Raiders, cancels his Caribbean nuptials with fiancé Jenny Montes, hours before she walks down the aisle. continue reading »

Metal Pieces Possibly from Space Rocket Land in Northern Brazil

An unidentified metal object that could have come from a space rocket caused a huge commotion when it fell to earth at a small town in northern Brazil, the press said Friday. continue reading »

Victor Cruz: Super Bowl Winner, New Dad, New Contract…New Book?

The New York Giants’ salsa-dancing wide receiver has reportedly agreed to a book deal with The Penguin Group’s Celebra Books, which publishes books in both English and Spanish. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Found Guilty of Pushing Fashion Exec Onto Subway Tracks

In August 2010, Ute Linhart, a German fashion executive says she was pushed in front of a oncoming subway train in New York. The man shown in surveillance footage of the horrifying ord continue reading »

José Baez, Casey Anthony’s Attorney, Quits

Jose Baez, officially withdrew from Casey Anthony’s legal team this week according to the Orange County Clerk of Courts website. As of today, no other attorney has replaced Baez. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Soccer Coach Accused of Molesting 15-Yr-Old Player on His Team

Law enforcement in Los Angeles officials are now asking any additional victims or anyone with information about any sexual abuse at the hands of a soccer coach to come forward. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Another Los Angeles Teacher Accused of Sexual Miscoduct With Students

Authorities are investigating allegations that a California teacher had sexual relationships with two students between 2008 and 2010. Wednesday night, Gabriella Cortez, 42, was continue reading »

U.S. Lawmakers Meet with Raul Castro in Cuba

Cuban President Raul Castro met here with two members of a visiting delegation of U.S. lawmakers, Communist Party daily Granma said Friday. continue reading »

Deported Father Receives Good News in Battle to be Reunited with U.S. Citizen Children

A father who was deported to Mexico has a little more hope now after thousands of people signed a petition to slow the court case that could conceivably keep him from his children. continue reading »

Vaccine Against Heroin Being Developed in Mexico

Tests of the medication on animals have achieved "significant advances related to the time in which the subjects remain immunized," the institute's head of epidemiological and psychosocial research, Dr. Maria Elena Medina-Mora, told a press conference here. continue reading »

Steven Tyler Strips and Moons at End of American Idol - J.Lo, Randy Jackson Horrified (VIDEO)

As the credits rolled on Thursday night's American Idol, viewers were joined by judges Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson while watching third judge, Steven Tyler strips off his clothes and moon the cameras before jumping into the nearby pool. continue reading »

IRS Has $1 Billion for People Who Have Not Filed a 2008 Income Tax Return

Refunds totaling more than $1 billion may be waiting for one million people who did not file a federal income tax return for 2008, the Internal Revenue Service ann continue reading »

Narco Guerrero-Jimenez Sentenced for Distributing Coke via Self-Propelled Submarines

U.S. Attorney Robert E. O’Neill announces today that U.S. District Judge Steven D. Merryday sentenced Neiser Guerrero-Jimenez (33, Colombia, South America) to 235 months in federal prison continue reading »

New California Senate Committee to Review English Learner Programs

A new California Senate committee will focus its efforts on how to improve the academic success of California’s 1.5 million English Learner students. continue reading »