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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

LATINO BLOTTER: Police Looking for Latino Male Who Rammed Car into Firefighter After Fight (VIDEO)

Police are looking for the Latino man responsible for the injuries that sent a California firefighter to the hospital in critical condition after an altercation at a fast-food restaurant. continue reading »

Andy García, Eva Longoria Shooting Film in The Dominican Republic

Andy Garcia, Eva Longoria and Forest Whitaker are currently in the Dominican Republic to film part of the action/suspense thriller "The Truth," Diario Libre newspaper said Tuesday. continue reading »

Spanish Commission Seeks to Have Franco’s Body Moved to New Site

A blue-ribbon commission created by Spain's Socialist government on Tuesday recommended that the body of dictator Francisco Franco be removed from the Valley of the Fallen to make the site a true memorial to victims of the 1936-1939 civil war. continue reading »

U.S. Border Fence Being Extended 300 Feet into the Pacific

A $4.3 million upgrade is being given to the U.S.-Mexico border fence which will now extend hundreds of feet into the Pacific ocean. Along Imperial Beach, the steel, 18-foot fence continue reading »

Spanish Bullfighter That Got Gored in the Face Says He’ll Be Back (VIDEO)

Juan José Padilla, the Spanish Bullfighter that got gored in the face October 7th said in a press conference he’s going to do ‘the unthinkable’ and return to bullfighting. continue reading »

Charlie Sheen on Vacation in Colombia …With a Film Crew?

Charlie Sheen was recently seen smoking a cigar and strolling around Cartagena in northwest Colombia with a group of people, which included bodyguards and a camera crew. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Police Believe Michael David Robles Behind Death of Ex-Girlfriend Kathy Scharbarth

Police say Michael David Robles may have defied a restraining order against him when he allegedly kidnapped and killed his ex-girlfriend. The body of Kathy Scharbarth was found continue reading »

Parade, Pentagon, and Awards Gala: “Dancing With the Stars” Winner J.R. Martinez is a Busy Man

After winning the 13th season of ABC’s ‘Dancing With the Stars” it seems veteran-turned-actor J.R. Martinez is a very popular and a rather busy man. Shortly after winning the dancing competit continue reading »

University of Georgia Could Seek an End on Banning Undocumented Students

The University of Georgia's top advisory body could vote this week to ask the state Board of Regents to scrap a policy that bars undocumented students continue reading »

Argentinian Scientists Say Wifi Laptops May Fry Sperm

Argentinian scientists published a report in the medical journal "Fertility and Sterility" describing the effects downloading data via Wifi has on sperm samples. continue reading »

Cristiano Ronaldo Injured in Clash Against Atlético Madrid

The Real Madrid forward suffered a grade-1 sprain in his left ankle after he was tackled by Atletico de Madrid’s Colombian defense Luis Amaranto Perea. continue reading »

Gov’t Report:  Illegal Border Crossers Suspected in 30 Fires in Arizona

According to the U.S. Government Accountabiliyt Office, from 2006 through 2010, at least 2,467 wildland fires occurred in the Arizona border region. Of this number, 2,126, or about 86 percent, were caused by human activity. continue reading »

WATCH Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull Rock NFL Halftime Show (VIDEO)

Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull performed during halftime at the Dallas Cowboys Vs. Miami Dolphins football game on Thanksgiving. continue reading »

National Tequila Party Urges Passage of DREAM Act in Memory of Joaquin Luna’s Suicide

As we approach the one year anniversary of the failed 2010 DREAM Act vote, the National Tequila Party Movement -- a Latina female-led political movement is calling for United States Senators to pass the DREAM Act continue reading »

Number of Brazilians Dying of AIDS Decreasing, Though More Than 600k Still Infected With HIV

The mortality rate from AIDS in Brazil fell from 7.6 per 100,000 suffering from the disease to 6.3 between 1998 and 2010, but there are still 630,000 carriers of the HIV virus in the country, the Health Ministry announced Monday. continue reading »