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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Mexican Duo Jotdog Rolls Out New Album

Amaro and Barracuda met in a restaurant in Mexico City's Condesa district when a mutual friend introduced them. The chemistry was immediate and undeniable, since the pair were connected to the same musical wave and style. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Tries to Rob Gas Station With a Light Bulb

Armed with just a light bulb, police say a Latino man attempted to rob a San Diego gas station this week. At around 11 p.m. Monday night the attendant at the continue reading »

Robert Rodriguez’ El Rey Network to be Part of Comcast Cable Systems

The National Hispanic Media Coalition, NHMC, appreciates Comcast's announcement that it will broadly distribute four new, independently-owned networks owned by people of color over its cable systems. continue reading »

VIRAL: ‘Superman’ Asks For Directions (VIDEO)

A video titled "SUPER PIOLA TICO" uploaded by YouTuber chino21867 is starting to go viral, joining the growing number of 'Superman' videos hitting the web recently. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: California Inmate Found Guilty of Threatening Federal Judge

A man already serving time for a murder almost 10 years ago was just convicted of threatening a California federal judge. continue reading »

Latino Mormons Not Big Fans of Romney

Though there are a number of Latino Mormons, it appears Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has not automatically won their vote. continue reading »

The Death of Mazatlan Thanks to Narcos

In 2011, the once booming tourist site of Mazatlan, Mexico was hit with the news that cruise ships would no longer be stopping there, leaving many local people without jobs. continue reading »

Prominent Latinos to Serve as Co-Chairs of Obama’s Reelection Bid

Prominent Hispanics from across the United States, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Texas Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez and actress Eva Longoria continue reading »

Argentina Rush Hour Train Crash Leaves 49 Dead and 600 Injured, Death Count to Rise (VIDEO)

At least 600 people were injured Wednesday morning when a train crashed and derailed at one of the three busiest stations in Buenos Aires, Argentine officials said. continue reading »

Telenovela Star Alicia Machado Reveals Relationship with John F. Kennedy Jr.

In the most recent Venezuelan edition of the magazine, “TVyNovelas”, Alicia Machado discusses her past encounters with the now deceased, John F. Kennedy Jr. continue reading »

Students Protesting in Valencia Experience Police Brutality

Videos of police using excessive force against students protesting the recent cuts to education spending in Valencia have been circulating on social media websites, such as youtube. continue reading »

Nebraska Court Strikes Down Ordinance Banning Renting or Hiring Undocumented in Fremont

A federal court struck down part of a Fremont, Nebraska ordinance banning citizens from renting homes to immigrants or hiring them within the city limits. continue reading »

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 »