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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Authorities, 3000 Faithful See off Our Lady of Charity Pilgrimage in Havana

Government, Communist Party and Catholic Church authorities attended the farewell event of the pilgrimage of the statue of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre, continue reading »

Narco Blog: Criminals Storm Bar, Strip Women and Open Fire

" They put women in the bathroom, stripped of their belonging, then began firing on the spot ", the Office of Coahuila confirmed an attack by an armed commando Friday continue reading »

Latino Accused of Raping 1-Month Old Baby That Died Had Recently Been Deported to Mexico

A 37-year-old Latino, Juan Galindo has been charged in the brutal sexual assault and abuse of a one-month old baby girl in New Mexico that led to her death, while high on meth. continue reading »

ICE Creates Telephone Hotline for Detained Immigrants To Learn Rights

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement launched a telephone hotline for detained immigrants to inform them of their rights and allow them to report cases of unfair treatment. continue reading »

Mayor-elect in Colombia Gunned Down, 41 Politicians Killed this Year

Jaime Chazatar, mayor-elect of the Colombian municipality of Santa Cruz-Guachaves in the southwestern province of Nariño, was murdered Saturday by unknown persons, officials said. continue reading »

2 Charged with Murder Decapitation of Mexican Actress

Authorities said Friday that two people are in custody for the murder of Mexican actress Julia Marichal, whose headless, decomposing body was found Dec. 2 in a continue reading »

Naked Couple Tries Ordering at a McDonald Drive-Thru Hoping No Ones Notices at 2 a.m., Get Arrested

Here’s a new eating tip for the New Year – don’t order carry out with no clothes on you will get arrested. continue reading »

Spain’s New Gov’t Announces Tough Austerity Measures Amid Higher than Expected Deficit

Spain's new conservative government, led by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, announced Friday an austerity package that includes spending cuts of 8.9 billion euros continue reading »

Border Chief Leaves Job after 21 Months and No Official Confirmation

As expected Customs and Border Protection chief, Alan Bersin, has left his job effective the end of the month - a mere 21 months after starting. continue reading »

Mexican Diver Omar Ojeda New Coach at University of Arizona

Mexican diver Omar Ojeda starts a new chapter in his life as coach of the University of Arizona diving team, with which he starred a decade ago. continue reading »

Colombian Mudslide Claims Three: Two Children and Elderly Man

A mudslide took the lives of two children and an elderly man on Friday in a rural area of the west-central province of Caldas, bringing to 185 the number of people killed in the current rainy season, the Colombian Red Cross said. continue reading »

Drunken TV Reporter Sends 1,500 Colombian Cops on Wild Goose Chase

A Colombian television reporter found herself in hot water after contacting police about an abduction that never happened, the press said Wednesday. continue reading »

Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Suggesting U.S. Gave Latin American Leaders Cancer

President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez has suggested that the U.S. government is giving world leaders cancer. It would appear that after hearing of the Argentine continue reading »

A Quick Hello & Now Adios to Verizon’s $2 Online Fee

Just as quick as Verizon’s $2 online fee was introduced it is getting the old boot out the door and a quick ¡Adios ! right before the New Year and in light of much customer outrage. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Dominican Man Kills Teenaged Ex-Wife, Mayor and Later Himself

A man in the Dominican Republic area of El Seibo is believed to have killed his young ex-wife, the mayor and himself leaving many in the area wondering why. continue reading »