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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Police in Puerto Rico Set Up Tip Cell-Phone Line to Report Crime

The Puerto Rican government on Monday launched a special cell-phone line, BastaYaPR, that will allow citizens to report tips to the police and the aim of which is to minimize the violence besetting the island. continue reading »

REPORT: How America’s Immigrants Will Integrate by 2030

The Center for American Progress today released a first-of-its-kind study that projects today’s immigrants’ integration patterns through the year 2030. continue reading »

Foreign Student Visa Processing Expedited, Accommodating 9% Growth in Applications

During International Education Week, the U.S. Department of State highlights existing efforts to attract future leaders from abroad to take advantage continue reading »

FBI says Nearly 7,000 Hate Crimes Reported in U.S. in 2010

The United States had a total of 6,628 hate crimes last year, almost half of them the result of racial prejudice, according to an annual report released Monday by the FBI. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Fake Cosmetologist Convicted of Killing Woman Wanting Silcone Butt Implants

The unlicensed “cosmetologist” that used paper towels and super glue to seal the wounds left by a botched cosmetic procedure to a now-dead woman’s rear-end, has been convicted of negligent homicide. continue reading »

Venezuelan Police Arrest 5 more in Connection With W. Ramos Kidnapping

Venezuelan police on Monday reported the capture of five Colombian nationals suspected of involvement in last week's kidnapping of Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos from his parents' home in the central state of Carabobo. continue reading »

Brazilian Man Attacked by Half a Dozen Monkeys at Zoo (VIDEO)

Brazilian mechanic Joao Leite dos Santos admitted to have had too much to drink before he decided it would be fun to play with the Sao Paulo Zoo’s spider monkeys. continue reading »

Soccer Forward Carlos Tévez Refuses to Come Back to Manchester City

Currently-suspended forward Carlos Tevez failed to notify the Premiere League he’d be traveling to his family’s home in Argentina; he is now also refusing to come back. continue reading »

Former Intern for Arizona’s Gabrielle Giffords, Daniel Hernandez, Wins AZ School Board Election

The young Latino known as the man who stayed by Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ side after she was shot in the head, has been elected to an Arizona school board position. continue reading »

Kat Von D on Facebook: Jesse Cheated With 19 Women

Sunday, famous tattoo artist and former television star Kat Von D announced that ex-fiancé Jesse James cheated on her with more than a dozen women while they were together. continue reading »

Courtney Love Goes Topless at Brazil’s SWU Festival (VIDEO)

47-year-old Courtney Love rocked out with her boobs out, singing and strumming topless for Hole fans at Sao Paulo, Brazil’s SWU festival, Sunday. continue reading »

Narco Singer Gunned Down With AK-47 in Mexico (VIDEO)

A singer-songwriter who performed grupero music and "narcocorridos," ballads that recount the exploits and travails of drug kingpins, was gunned down over the weekend continue reading »

Latinos Say Marquez Was Robbed with ‘Loss’ Against Pacquiao

Latinos and fellow Juan Manuel Marquez fans were shocked and outraged to see judges unanimously rule in favor of Manny Pacquiao in one of the most anticipated boxing matches of the year. continue reading »

Colombian Owl Brings Dinner to Soccer Match (VIDEO)

Remember the owl that got kicked in the face last year at a Colombian soccer match? Well its cousin decided to attend a game, and bring his dinner along! continue reading »

World Diabetes Day: 10% of All Latinos/Hispanics Over 20 Have Diabetes, Most Have Type 2

World Diabetes Day raises global awareness of diabetes - its escalating rates around the world and how to prevent the illness in most cases. continue reading »