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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Artist Enrique Gomez De Molina Arrested for Using Endangered Animals to Make Odd Taxidermy Art

A shall we say “creative” taxidermist/artist is facing up to five years in jail and a hefty fine for importing bits and pieces and well as full bodies or protected or endangered animals. continue reading »

Track Santa Claus Here!  (VIDEO)

NORAD, the premier U.S.-Canadian air defense system, is using its super high-tech tracking equipment to help you keep track of Papá Noel! continue reading »

After Photos with Fans in Costa Rica, Miley Cyrus Called ‘A**hole” - Responds with “WTF?” (VIDEO)

On a recent trip to Costa Rica, former Disney starlet Miley Cyrus was cursed at while signing autographs for fans, and she’s now catching flak for it, as some are claiming she “flipped out” and started swearing at her fans. continue reading »

3 Latina Girls Arrested After Icing Classmate’s B-Day Cake With Human FECES

Mayra Flores, 19, Ana Mireles, 18, and Sandra Oritz, 18, will spend 22 months on probation for the awful prank they pulled on a student and her family. continue reading »

After Multiple Illegally Entries from Mexico Man Jailed and Barred from Every Becoming Citizen

A 30-year-old Mexican male, apprehended by Nogales Border Patrol agents in March, was sentenced to 82 months in prison on December 16 and barred from ever becoming a U.S. citizen. continue reading »

Join Ricky Martin Fans at #TSARM to Celebrate Singers 40th Birthday

Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin is turning 40 and to help him celebrate, his millions of fans are putting together on social networks the 40 most memorable things about the artist. continue reading »

Lio Messi, Only Barça Player That has New Year’s Off

Barcelona coach Josep Guardiola has given Lionel Messi an extra four days off over the holidays; everyone else is due back in training December 29. continue reading »

Nicaragua Files Suit Against Costa Rica at World Court Over Border Violations

Nicaragua has filed suit against Costa Rica at the United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ), citing violations to national sovereignty and major environmental damages to its territory due to the construction of a new road along the banks of the San Juan River. continue reading »

Franky Zapata’s Invention Lets You Swim Like a Dolphin - Check It Out (VIDEO)

Zapata’s awesome water jetpack gizmo called “The Flyboard” costs $6,400, but watch the video inside, and see why it’s worth every penny. continue reading »

Atlético Madrid Sign Diego Simeone as Coach

The former Argentina captain, Diego Simeone, who came from training the Argentine Racing Club, will start coaching the Atlético de Madrid next Monday. continue reading »

65 Yr-Old Convent Employee, Linda Gomez, Embezzled Catholic Nuns for Home Shopping Network Spree

According to the indictment, Linda Gomez (a/k/a Linda Surrett), 65, of Sunnyvale, Calif., used her administrative positions to embezzle cash and to charge personal expenses to a Convent charge card. continue reading »

Dutch Helping Nicaraguan Famers Reduce Greenhouse Emissions

The Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), the Nordic Development Fund (NDF) and two Dutch non-governmental organizations, Hivos and SNV, are launching a $6.3 million biogas market development continue reading »

Dr. Raul Ruiz Looking to Represent Rural California District in Congress

Dr. Raul Ruiz is the first Hispanic to seek to occupy a seat in Congress from California's Coachella Valley agricultural area, where he was born and raised. continue reading »

District Judge Temporarily Stops Key Provisions of South Carolina’s Immigration Law

Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Richard M. Gergel, temporarily enjoined three provisions of South Carolina Act 69 and found a fourth provision likely to be overturned in future proceedings continue reading »

Former President Clinton Instrumental in Mexico Closing One of World’s Largest Landfills

A project to close one of the world's largest landfills, the 927-acre Bordo Poniente Landfill in Mexico City will stem the city's largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while creating renewable energy and local jobs. continue reading »