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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Florida: Leg Washes Up On Beach

A human leg washed up on a private beach in Florida, brought to the site by the current in Tampa Bay, according to local authorities, who on Wednesday were seeking clues that would help them identify the victim. continue reading »

120 Tons of Drug Mixers Seized in Mexico Arriving from China

Authorities seized 120 tons of a chemical used to produce synthetic drugs in Lazaro Cardenas, a port on Mexico's Pacific coast, where the substance arrived from China, a multi-agency task force said. continue reading »

Thousands Expected to March in Madrid in Defense of Family Values

For the fifth consecutive year, many Spanish Bishops will be in Colon square in Madrid, on Friday, December 30, the liturgical feast of the Holy Family, to accompany thousands of families from all the dioceses in the nation, continue reading »

U.S. Government Suing Moving Company for Anti-Latino Bias

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit against a moving and storage firm for discriminating against employees based on their national origin. continue reading »

Mexico’s Los Zetas Using Encrypted Radio Networking to Conduct Business

Mexico's Los Zetas drug cartel is now said to be using encrypted radio frequencies to covertly control their operations. The drug cartel has been using the encrypted radio network since 2006. It is said to be working in all of Mexico's 31 states as well as in Guatemala. continue reading »

Woman Stabs Mom After Learning Mayans Predict World Ending in 2012

After watching a History Channel program about the Mayan prediction of the end of the world in 2012, Sabelita L. Hawkins of Seattle, WA, reportedly lost it and began attacking her mother. continue reading »

Dr. Luis Bonilla Among Those Killed When Helicopter Picking Up Donor Heart Crashes

A helicopter transporting two members of Mayo Clinic’s transplant team crashed the morning of December 26th while traveling to Shands at the University of Florida in Gaines continue reading »

Last Episode of “La Fuerza del Destino” Tops U.S. TV Ratings, Garners 8 Million Viewers

The last episode of the Univision soap opera "La fuerza del destino" was the most-viewed television program this past Monday in the United States, a broadcast that was bittersweet - continue reading »

Social Media Aiding in the Tracking of Drug Dealers in Mexico

As Mexico continues its battle with drug cartels, residents are taking to the internet to help authorities find the drug dealers in their neighborhoods. continue reading »

Venezuela Offers to Remove Dangerous French Implants Found in Many Latin American Women

After a number of women in Latin America discovered their breast implants were filled with industrial silicone and prone to rupture, Venezuela stepped in a has offered to help. continue reading »

Copy-Cat: Chavez Pardons 141 Prisoners for Christmas Much Like Cuba’s Raul Castro

First Cuban President Raúl Castro announced the pardon of more than 2900 prisoners; now Hugo Chávez has followed suit and freed 141 inmates. continue reading »

Argentine President Kirchner Has Thyroid Cancer to Take Short-Leave of Absence

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez will undergo surgery on Jan. 4 to remove a tumor on her thyroid gland, presidential spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro said. The tumor was discovered when the 58-year-old president underwent a routine medical exam, Scoccimarro said. continue reading »

Over 2,000 Suspected Criminals Have Died in Mexico Clashing with the Military

A total of 2,321 suspected criminals have died in clashes with army and air force personnel over the past five years, the Mexican Defense Secretariat said. continue reading »

GEO Will Continue to Manage South Texas Immigration Facility, $45 Million in Revenue Expected

The GEO Group (“GEO”) announced today that it has signed a contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) for the continued management of the company-owned 1,904-bed South Texas Detention continue reading »

Illinois Teen Killed in Mexico, Burned Body Found in Trunk, While Visiting Family

18-Year Old Alexis Uriel Marron of Rolling Meadows, Illinois was founded murdered inside a burned car holding the remains of two other young men in Mexico on Christmas Eve. continue reading »