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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Utah Man Claims he’s Undocumented in Order to Avoid Jail Time

A Utah man was the subject of a police search after he falsely claimed he was in the country illegally in an attempt to avoid jail time by being deported. continue reading »

New Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Academy in Dominican Republic Open for Business

Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club officials, including general manager Doug Melvin, were in Ramon Santana, a municipality northeast of San Pedro de Macoris continue reading »

WATCH Shakira Releases a Clip From her Upcoming Live Album (VIDEO)

Shakira leaked the video for “Antes de las Seis” ahead of the release of her new live album “Shakira, Live from Paris,” in stores December 6. continue reading »

Louisiana Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Hispanics with “Shoot Some Mexicans” Rhetoric

Mark Gautreau, 50, pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in New Orleans for shooting two men in St. Charles Parish, La., on Aug. 20, 2006, announced the Department of Justice. continue reading »

Chile and Argentina Stand Out in Region For Having Highest Standards of Living

Norway, Australia and the Netherlands lead the world in the 2011 Human Development Index (HDI), while the Democratic Republic of the Congo, continue reading »

Problems of Lawsuits Against Latino-Owned Small Businesses Highlighted

A first-of-its-kind national media campaign designed to raise awareness of how lawsuit abuse affects Latino-owned businesses was unveiled today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR). continue reading »

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE: SBA Kicks Off Young Entrepreneur Series

Five-city tour offers young people advice and tools to start and grow businesses. The White House and the U.S. Small Business Administration announced today the launch of the Young Entrepreneur Series (YES) continue reading »

Immigration Reform Pledge Created for Political Candidates from Both Parties to Sign

A Immigration Reform Pledge has been written by Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President of The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, and Robert Gittleson, Co-Founder of Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. continue reading »

Ecuador Secures Loans to Improve Access to Electricity in Rural Areas

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $40 million loan with which Ecuador will increase and improve access to electricity in rural and marginal urban communities. continue reading »

Human Trafficking on Rise in Bolivia, 37 Children Disappear in Just 3 Months

In just three months, 75 children have been reported missing in Sucre, and only 38 of them have been found, this leads us to think that the others are likely to be victims of human trafficking. continue reading »

Anonymous Says It Has 25,000 Narco Emails that Will Unveil Zeta Collaborators (VIDEO)

Barret Brown said the hacktivist group has examined 25,000 stolen Mexican Government documents to compile a list of at least 75 zeta collaborators. continue reading »

The Cruel Story of The Mexican Monkey Woman, Still in Limbo

Through her life, and many years after her death, Julia Pastrana was exhibited around the world as a freak show. Today, a Mexican artist struggles to repatriate her remains. continue reading »

CNN Revamps Mornings With Latinas Soledad O’Brien and Zoraida Sambolin

CNN is looking to change things up a bit and is doing so by revamping its morning programming. The news network will be moving Soledad O’Brien to take over the 7-9 a.m. show, while bringing in fellow Latina, Zoraida Sambolin, and Ashleigh Banfield. continue reading »

Help Chihuahuas and Friend Survive Hundreds of Bee Stings

A dog owner is asking for help paying veterinarian bills after her dogs were stung multiple times by a swarm of bees. Carissa Musaraca of Chula Vista, is worried she will not be able to pay f continue reading »

Firefighters Called to Remove 5 Migrants Stuck in Sewage Tunnel at U.S.-Mexico Border

Wednesday, firefighters had to remove a group of people from a sewage tunnel near the U.S.-Mexico border. San Diego and Chula Vista firefighters, with help from U.S. Border Patrol agents, continue reading »