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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Check Out The Paraguayan Orchestra of the Recycled Instruments (VIDEO)

From Beethoven to the Beatles, from Vivaldi to Sinatra, this orchestra plays their music on instruments they built themselves, out of garbage. continue reading »

Cesc Fábregas Bids Arsenal Farewell and Goes Back Home to Barça with a $320M Buy Out Clause

The awaited return of Cesc Fábregas to his childhood club was sealed Monday, when he signed a five year contract with Barcelona FC. continue reading »

Hate Crimes Against Latinos Increase by Almost 47% in California

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today announced that the number of reported hate crimes in California held steady in 2010. In 2010, there were 1,107 hate crime events reported statewide, and in 2009 the number of hate crimes reported statewide was 1,100. continue reading »

WATCH Real Madrid’s Newest Player, Kicking It at 7-Yrs Old (VIDEO)

Watch Argentine fútbol prodigy Leonel Ángel Coira, the 7 year-old who just got signed to the minor division of the Spanish club Real Madrid. 7 year-old Leonel Angel Coira became the youngest player ever signed to the “Benjamin” division of the Real Madrid. continue reading »

Cristina Fernández Indisputable Leader of Argentina’s First Ever Primaries

Mrs. Fernández snatched close to 50% of the primary votes, clouding the aspirations of 9 other candidates too weak to contend against her re-election campaign. continue reading »

U.S. Diplomats Set to Travel to Mexico Today to Discuss Merida Accord

Deputy Secretary Bill Burns will visit Mexico August 15-17, 2011. Building upon President Calderon’s visit in March and the U.S.-Mexico Merida High-Level Consultative Group meeting co-chaired by the Secretary in April, the Deputy Secretary will advance the U.S.-Mexico strategic partnership in promoting democracy, security, and prosperity around the world. continue reading »

UPDATE:  Local Man Charged in Disappearance & Murder of Breeann Rodriguez

UPDATE: A neighbor of the Rodriguez family has been charged with the strangulation murder of 3-year old Breeann Rodriguez and a host of other charges related to her disappearance. continue reading »

Becoming Soara the Sexplorer by Dr. Charley Ferrer

Have you ever wanted to be an actress? Remember the countless hours you spent as a child pretending and allowing your imagination to run amok? Well here’s your chance to recapture that same sense of adventure continue reading »

Becoming Soara the Sexplorer by Dr. Charley Ferrer

Have you ever wanted to be an actress? Remember the countless hours you spent as a child pretending and allowing your imagination to run amok? Well here’s your chance to recapture that same sense of adventure and exuberance you thrived upon years ago continue reading »

ODD NEWS:  Charlie Sheen Hosts the Gathering of the Juggalos

As if the Gathering of Juggalos isn’t crazy enough Charlie Sheen had to add to the insanity with his insanity. Last night he was part of the Insane Clown Posse’s music festival and the posse’s fans the Juggalos. continue reading »

Justin Bieber’s Mexico Concert Tickets Sell Out in 2 Hrs, While Fans Attack His Opening Act(VIDEO)

Justin Bieber is scheduled to perform for the first time in Monterrey, Mexico so it was no surprise when tickets sold out in two hours for his September 30th performance at the Arena Monterrey. continue reading »

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Your backstage pass to HS-News showcase of emerging and established Latino musical talent. continue reading »

NARCO NEWS:  980-foot Long Drug Tunnel Found Under U.S.-Mexico Border

Mexican authorities are reporting that they have discovered a 980-foot long narco tunnel between Tijuana, Mexico and the U.S. The tunnel was found by the Mexican military on Friday inside a house in Tijuana. A Santa Muerte alter was also found inside the Tijuana house. continue reading »

Crime Fighting Female Judge, Mother of Three, Shot 21 Times in Rio de Janeiro

47 year-old Judge Patricia Acioli was shot 21 times outside of her home in the municipality of Rio de Janiero. The crime fighting judge was known for her tough stance on corruption in the Brazilian military. continue reading »

Argentina and Uruguay Move Forward on Historic Bid for 2030 World Cup Games

In 1930 the first FIFA World Cup took place in Uruguay since the country was celebrating the centenary of its first constitution and the team had just won the ’28 Summer Olympics. It played against Argentina defeating them 4-2, but the two teams couldn’t even agree on which ball to use so they ended up using both. continue reading »