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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Chicago’s Rush University Medical Center Opens Doors to Uninsured Immigrants

Pro-immigrant activists in Chicago are celebrating a "Christmas miracle" after an area hospital said it will provide free treatment for undocumented immigrants lacking health insurance, including several who need urgent organ transplants. continue reading »

Friends Reconnect After 20 Years, One Gives Life-Saving Kidney to Other’s Husband for Christmas

After high school it's easy to lose touch with friends and classmates, but for the Vazquez family, a reconnection between two women actually saved one of their husband's lives. continue reading »

UC Davis Health Signs Agreement with State of Sinaloa to Improve Health of Rural Population

UC Davis Health System has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, to partner to improve the health and well-being of its residents through the exchange of ideas, data and research on telehealth, scientific and technical development, and neurodevelopmental disorders. continue reading »

Pastor Francisco Antonio Hernandez Accused of Sexually Abusing Children Sees More Charges Added

Earlier this year, Pastor Javier aka Francisco Antonio Hernandez was charged with sexual crimes against children in the Austin,Texas area. Now, additional charges have been added, and he sits in jail with bail set at $220,000. continue reading »

Mexican Rivera Resorts to Offer Same-Sex Marriage Rites and Legalization of the Unions

Cancun and other resort areas on the Mexican Caribbean will have a new attraction for gay and lesbian couples from the United States, Canada and Europe, allowing them to legalize their unions thanks to a quirk in the local civil code, activist Patricia Novelo told Efe. continue reading »

Toddler Accidentally Shot by Cousin NOT Brain Dead Afterall, Doctor Apologizes for Mistake

A two-year-old girl is fighting for her life after being accidentally shot by her cousin who was in another room of the home. Kaylen Torres' family said th continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER:  Vicious Lopez Twins of Norteno Gang Captured by U.S. Marshals

Yesterday, Deputy U.S. Marshals and the Las Cruces Police Officers apprehended murder suspects Armando and Mando Lopez. The twin brothers are Norteno gang members wanted out of Los Banos, California for a double homicide that occurred at a night club in Los Banos on August 7. continue reading »

Is Bradley Cooper Dating “Colombiana” Star Zoe Saldana?

Just over a month after the actress and her fiance called it quits, Zoe Saldana is said to be dating Hollywood's "Sexiest Man Alive". It was only November when continue reading »

Tourists Evacuated from Popular National Park in Chile due to Fire

About 20 tourists had to be evacuated over the past few hours due to a forest fire affecting a sector of Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile, authorities reported Wednesday. continue reading »

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 »