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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Andrés Iniesta is Injured and Won’t Play Milán Vs. Barça

Barça number 8, center Andrés Iniesta won’t play against Milán on Wednesday, due to pain in his left leg, from an injury he received Thursday in Zaragoza, Spain. continue reading »

Mexico Hosts Largest International Balloon Festival

The festival, which features 200 pilots from 14 countries, is expected to draw about 300,000 visitors, including 162,000 foreigners, during its four-day run. continue reading »

Puerto Ricans Shocked by Death of Malnourished 4-Year Old

A 4-year-old boy who weighed just 6.3 kilograms (13.8 pounds) died Monday in a hospital in Puerto Rico's capital. continue reading »

Zetas’s High Tech Narco-Communications Central Seized (VIDEO)

Communication equipment valued at $350,000 was seized by Mexican army elements in Torreón who raided a home known by zetas as “The Central.” continue reading »

Diego Maradona in Argentina for his Mother’s Funeral

A bereaved Diego Maradona accompanied on Monday the funeral procession of his mother, Dalma Salvadora Franco, to the Jardin private cemetery in Bella Vista, a city on the outskirts of Argentina's capital. continue reading »

Was New Mexico Sex Torturer Targeting Latinas?

The FBI has released the photo of a woman believed to be an additional victim of sexual torture and murder at the hands of suspected serial killer David Parker Ray of New Mexico. continue reading »

WATCH Latinos Prove iPhone 4s’ Siri Doesn’t Understand Accents (VIDEO)

The seemingly amazing voice recognizing virtual assistant Siri, installed in every iPhone 4S, chokes up when it hears commands spoken in an accent. continue reading »

Boston Fire Dept. Names First Hispanic Fire Chief, Steve Abraira

Steve Abraira, has been named the Boston Fire Departments first Hispanic fire chief. He is of Cuban, Spanish, and Italian heritage. At the age of 19, Abraira followed his father into a fire rescue career, and has since worked his way up the ladder during his 37-year career. continue reading »

Ricky Martin Joins M.A.C. Cosmetics’ “Viva Glam” Family to Raise Money to Fight HIV/AIDS

M.A.C. cosmetics has named Puerto Rican pop star Ricky Martin to be one of the faces of its 2012 Viva Glam campaign alongside the eccentric Nicki Minaj. continue reading »

J Lo, Bruno Mars Big Latino Winners at the American Music Awards

J Lo won in the Favorite Latino Artist category, while crooner Bruno Mars bested the Biebs and Pitbull for the POP or ROCK MUSIC Favorite Male Artist award. continue reading »

Check Out Mexico YouTube Sensation - ‘Vazquez Sounds’ Teen Singing Siblings (VIDEO)

Check out Mexico's YouTube sensation, teen singing siblings the Vazquez' also known as 'Vazquez Sounds'. The three siblings ranging in from from 10 to 15-years-old perform their rendition of Adele's hit "Rolling in the Deep". continue reading »

Latinos and Blacks Twice as Likely to Lose Home during Foreclosure Process

According to the Center for Responsible Lending’s new ‘Lost Ground, 2011’ report 6.4% of homeowners who received loans between 2004 and 2008 have lost continue reading »

Joe Jonas Can’t Figure Out Why People Think He’s Latino (VIDEO)

As a member of the wildly successful band The Jonas Brothers, Joe Jonas has experienced his share of crazy fans, and silly assumptions about him and his family, but one thing he can't understand is... continue reading »

Oil Giant Chevron “Takes Full Responsibility” for Spill in Brazil

Chevron Corp. "takes full responsibility" for the oil spill off Brazil, the U.S.-based supermajor's top executive in the South American country, George Buck, said. continue reading »

At least 4 inmates murdered inside Salvadoran prison

Salvadoran prison authorities confirmed Sunday that at least four inmates in the Quezaltepeque prison in San Salvador, were murdered on the weekend in a fight among the prisoners. continue reading »