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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Beats Pregnant 18-Year-Old Girlfriend With Help from His Friends

Three men have been arrested in connection to the kidnapping and assault of a pregnant 18-year-old police say they held for 9 days. Police in Ceres, Calif. say that on Jan. 27, the pregnant victim’s continue reading »

Texas Rancher Arrested for Ties to Mexican Narcos

State and federal authorities arrested a Mexican-born, Texas-based rancher for links to powerful drug cartels, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said in a criminal complaint. continue reading »

Brazilian Model’s Massive Breasts Save Her Life When Car Crashes into Tree

A Brazilian model is crediting her enormous breasts with saving her life over the weekend. Model, actress, and former record holder, Sheyla Hershey very well could have died after she lost control continue reading »

Check Out Rodrigo Palacio’s Impressive Goal Against Lazio, Scored on his 30th Birthday (VIDEO)

Though many claim it was unlikely that Rodrigo Palacio planned to score a goal with his backwards flick, he did, and on his 30th birthday no less! The Argentine player for Genoa CFC continue reading »

Danny Trejo Likely to Reprise Role of Hacking-Hero in Sequel ‘Machete Kills’

Famed director Robert Rodriguez looks to be getting ready to shoot the sequel to 2009’s Machete, which starred David Trejo in the title role. continue reading »

Rio Police and Firefighters Go on Strike Week before Carnival

Police and firefighters in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro went on strike Friday, just a week before the official start of Carnival and despite authorities' agreeing to a pay raise. continue reading »

Colombian Hen May Break Guinness Record with 245-gram Egg (VIDEO)

Hernando Nino, owner of Altamira ranch in Colombia and of the now famous hen, is convinced 245-gram egg is the biggest of its kind and will break the Guinness Record. continue reading »

Christina Aguilera Speaks of Divorce, Family, and ‘The Voice’

Christina Aguilera, the little Latina with the big voice, recently sat down with Latina to discuss her marriage and divorce, her relationship with her father, being on The Voice, and her plans to do another Spanish-language album. continue reading »

John Leguizamo and ABC Sign Deal for Sitcom Based in New York City

John Leguizamo, best known for his one man stage shows, just signed a development deal with ABC for a new sitcom about his life in New York City. continue reading »

Justice Department Sues Lee County, FL for Discriminating Against Latino Employees

The Justice Department announced today the filing of a lawsuit against Lee County, Fla., alleging that the county discriminated against three Hispanic employees continue reading »

AirBnb, the Ebay of Hotels, Comes to Spain

The web based home hotel service better known as AirBnB has expanded their offices to include Barcelona, Spain. Now returning customers of AirBnb, also known as the ‘Ebay of Hotels’, as well as new users can add Spain as one of their possible travel destinations. continue reading »

Kate del Castillo Greatest Gift to Herself - Her Acting?

Kate del Castillo describes her role in "La Reina del Sur" as a great gift of experience, and is excited for its second airing on the Mun2 channel. continue reading »

Mexico to Stanford: Teresa Noyola Receives Top U.S. College Soccer Honor

Teresa Noyola, a soccer standout for Stanford University and her native Mexico, says that the discipline to play well on the pitch should be the same as what is needed to pursue university studies. continue reading »

Narco Blog: Congress is Warned of Sinaloa Cartel’s “El Chapo” Laundering Drug Money in US

The Justice Department told the U.S. Congress that the Sinaloa cartel, headed by Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, uses US "business-fronts" to launder their profits in America. Jennifer Shasky, chief of the Section of Forfeiture and Money Laundering Criminal Division of the Justice Department, said that "U.S. law enforcement agencies believe continue reading »

Escaping Job Crisis, Well-Educated Young Spaniards Moving to Chile

A growing number of young, well-educated Spaniards, dismayed at the long-running unemployment crisis in their homeland, are opting to relocate to Chile in search of better career prospects and greater economic stability. continue reading »