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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Narco Blog: Mexican Navy Recovers Yacht Stolen in Florida

The Mexican navy tracked down a yacht that was reported stolen last month from a marina in Florida, authorities said. The vessel was found docked on Isla Mujeres, near the Caribbean resort of Cancun, after the headquarters of the 5th Naval Region received an anonymous telephone tip, the navy department said. continue reading »

63 lbs of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Seized by Border Protection inside Luggage at LAX

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Tom Bradley International Terminal stopped the attempt to smuggle 63.3 pounds of tadalafil, the main chemical component of erectile dysfunction drugs continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: After Making Meth-Smoking Video Woman Shoots Children, Boyfriend, Cousin, Self

A California woman is at the center of a horrific murder-suicide that resulted in the loss of four lives, while one hangs on his. After a fight with her boyfriend, 33-year-old Eduardo Lopez continue reading »

From One Island to Another, Can Jorge Garcia and J.J Abrams Keep “Alcatraz” Afloat?

For 6 seasons, Jorge Garcia garnered a number of fans while playing the loveable comic relief Hugo "Hurley" Reyes on the ABC series “Lost” but Monday night, he debuted his latest role on Fox’s “Alcatraz.” continue reading »

GOP Hispanic Group Throws Support Behind Gingrich, Chides Romney’s Immigration Stance

The biggest organization of Hispanic Republicans in the United States endorsed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for the GOP presidential nomination. continue reading »

18.2 Million People Visited Mexico’s Archaeological and Cultural Treasures in 2011

Mexican archaeological sites, museums and historical monuments attracted more than 18.2 million visitors in 2011, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

‘Collar of the Golden Fleece’ Bestowed on France’s Sarkozy by Spain’s King Juan Carlos

Spain's King Juan Carlos conferred the Order of the Golden Fleece on Nicolas Sarkozy here Monday, praising the French president for his effective collaboration against the Basque terrorist group ETA. continue reading »

El Salvador’s President Mauricio Funes Apologizes for Massacre of 1981

President Mauricio Funes formally apologized on Monday for the Salvadoran army's 1981 slaughter of nearly 1,000 people in and around the town of El Mozote. continue reading »

Republican Business & Professional Women Group Invite Notorious Immigrant Hater to Speak

I was utterly dismayed to learn that the Republican Business & Professional Women has invited Nebraska’s most notorious immigrant hater, Susan Smith, to speak at your dinner meeting on January 16, 2012. Susan Smith is the leader continue reading »

Local Mexican Police Chief Gunned Down at Gas Station

Assailants gunned down a police chief in the central Mexican state of Morelos in an attack at a gas station, the state Attorney General's Office said in a statement. continue reading »

Canadian Shot Nine Times and Killed in Western Mexico

The killing of a Canadian citizen in this western Mexican city appears to be the work of organized crime, authorities said Monday. continue reading »

UN Urges El Salvador to Address Issues of Social Inequality

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called today on El Salvador to address its socio-economic inequalities and advance rule of law reform to ensure its citizens can experience positive and tangible continue reading »

One Dies, 7 Very Ill After Drinking Homemade Banana Liquor in Colombia Contaminated with Round-up

An Indian in the southeastern Colombian province of Guaviare died and at least seven others were gravely ill after imbibing a homemade liquor fermented from bananas that were apparently contaminated by pesticide used to eradicate coca, the raw material of cocaine, authorities said Monday. continue reading »

Alexis Rodriguez Gets $44.7 Million Hospital Tab, No Not the Yankee Slugger, this Alex is Unemployed

A computer error led to panic for an unemployed doorman who received a bill for more than $44.7 million from New York's Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, the New York Daily News said Monday. continue reading »

Daughter of Cuban President Expects Communist Party to Accept LGBT Rights

The sexologist daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro expects the upcoming assembly of the ruling Communist Party to help clear the way for a bill on transsexual and gay rights. continue reading »