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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Narco Blog: Man Shot Dead While Trying to Sell His Car ( Warning: Graphic Photos)

This week a 26 year old was gunned down as he prepared to show a car that was for sale in Villa Verde and shot to death. The victim was identified as Francisco Javier Raygoza Inzunza. continue reading »

California University Using Romance Languages’ Similiarities to Teach Students Foreign Language

A program at a California university teaches languages like French and Italian starting with their similarities to Spanish, an idea that is scoring a big success among Hispanics of the region. continue reading »

New Jersey Boat Makes its Way to Spain Unmanned

A discovery off the coast of Spain managed to surprise two New Jersey residents earlier this week. In 2008, Scott Douglas and his brother-in-law went fishing off Nantucket on Douglas’ 26-foo continue reading »

First Lady Michelle Obama Joins Goya Foods in Announcing “Mi Plato” Resources for Families

Tampa, Florida - In support of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! initiative, Goya Foods, the largest, Hispanic-owned U.S. food company, is committing resources to promote the USDA's MyPlate, or MiPlato, a new food group symbol to remind families abo continue reading »

Calif. Father Gets Restraining Order Against Son’s 10-Year-Old Bully

Worrying for his son, the father asked if he told the principal or teacher about the incident. His son told him that it happened in class, so the teacher was there. Feeling that the school was failing to protect his son, Casteel went to a Riversid continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Bank Robber Shoots Himself in the Foot (VIDEO)

An armed bank robber in Brazil made his own capture rather easy after he shot himself in the foot. On Monday, three men entered a bank in northern Parana, Brazil and demanded that tellers hand over money. continue reading »

Florida Debate: Romney Claims Obama Has Appeased Cuba, but It Won’t Happen If He’s Elected

Earlier this month, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney stated, “Those of us who believe in freedom and cherish democracy must do our part … and denounce the injustices and cruelties of the Castro tyranny.” continue reading »

Olivia Wilde Stuns in Lady Luchador Costume on “Burt Wonderstone” Set

Hollywood beauty Olivia Wilde was recently seen on the set of her latest film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone in a red, cleavage-accentuated lucha libre costume. continue reading »

Mana collaboration with Prince Royce Number 1 on Billboard’s Latin Songs Chart

"El verdadero amor perdona," a joint effort by Mexican rockers Mana and bachatero Prince Royce, climbed from second to first this week on Billboard's Latin Songs chart.Rising from the fourth spot to No. 2 was "Te quiero a morir," by Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga, as "Promise," Romeo Santos' duet with R&B icon Usher, slipped from second to third. continue reading »

California: 119 Busted in Mexican Mafia Sting

A total of 119 people were arrested in three operations undertaken by federal authorities in Southern California that dealt a heavy blow to the organized crime outfit known as the Mexican Mafia, or "La Eme." continue reading »

Actor Armie Hammer Arrested in Border Drug Bust

Actor Armie Hammer, famous for his roles in “J. Edgar” and the “Social Network” was arrested in Sierra Blanca, Texas on drug-related charges. continue reading »

Oscar-Nominated Demian Bichir of “A Better Life” Confident Obama Will See the Film

Mexico's Demian Bichir told a press conference here he is confident the media stir caused by his best actor Oscar nomination for the immigration drama "A Better Life" will prompt U.S. President Barack Obama to see the film and make a renewed push for immigration reform. continue reading »

LULAC Reflects On President Obama’s 2012 State of the Union Address

In President Obama's third State of the Union address, the President outlined specific policy priorities for his Administration in order to make "an economy that's built to last." In last night's State of the Union Address, President Obama directly addressed the nation and put forth his plan for bolstering continue reading »

Selena Gomez Could Produce and Act in Upcoming “The Sky is Everywhere” Based on Jandy Nelson’s Novel

Now that her Disney Channel series has ended, Selena Gomez has more time to focus on other projects, and it appears her next may be the film adaptation of The Sky is Everywhere. continue reading »

AZ Latino Candidate Forced to Withdraw Due to Poor English Skills

Alejandrina Cabrera, a candidate for city council in San Luis, Arizona, was forced to withdraw from the election because of her lack of fluency in English, the Yuma Sun reported Thursday. continue reading »