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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Mexican Anthropologists Unearth Cannibal Tribe Remains in Durango

Research on bones found in caves were the Xixima Indians resided, shown the ancient Mexican tribe were cannibals. continue reading »

INTRODUCING: HS-News “Matinee” Featuring Up and Coming Latino Filmmakers

Celebrating, supporting and promoting Hispanic and Latin America's new generation of Filmmakers. continue reading »

Labor of Love: Argentine Man Fulfills Late Wife Dream Guitar Garden

Using over 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees, Pedro Martín Ureta built a giant guitar visible from space on his property. continue reading »

La Ladrona of El Cajon, California – Have You Seen Her?

The FBI and police from El Cajon, California are seeking your help to find and identify this unknown female. The ladrona of El Cajon is responsible for robbing a Bank of the West this past Friday. continue reading »

A Quiet 42nd Birthday Weekend for Jennifer Lopez in Miami

Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 42nd birthday yesterday quietly amongst family and friends and no Marc Anthony. She started celebrating on Friday when she was joined at The Forge Restaurant in Miami with her mom, sister, manager Benny Medina, and some girlfriends. continue reading »

Mexican Inmate Caught Raffling 5 Star Prison Cells, Decorated by Prison Guards

An inmate in Sonora, Mexico, was caught holding sweepstakes for 3 “luxury suite” prison cells! continue reading »

Mexican Police Arrest Over 1,000 for Human Trafficking in Country, Majority Arrested Were Women

Federal police agents in the state of Chihuahua have arrested over 1,030 in the border city of Juarez on charges of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. continue reading »

Chávez Returns to Venezuela Determined to Rule Until 2031

Hugo said he was free of cancer cells, and that the illness would not mar his 2012 campaign. continue reading »

U.S. Recall of Papayas Imported from Mexico, Possibly Linked to 97 Cases of Salmonella

Agromod Produce, Inc. of McAllen, Texas is recalling all Papayas, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Healthy persons infected with Salmonella often experience fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. continue reading »

75 Democrats Sign Letter to Obama Against HALT Act, That Strips His Right to Administer Deportations

A dozen pro-immigrant Democratic Members of Congress gathered for a press conference today to release a letter to President Obama saying they are opposed to the HALT Act, which they described to the President as "an attack on your integrity that should not pass unnoticed or unopposed." The letter was signed by 75 Democrats. continue reading »

Mexico to Boost Agricultural and Fisheries Productivity

The Inter-American Development Bank today approved a $190 million loan to Mexico to promote sustainable increases in agriculture and fisheries productivity. The Mexican government, through its Department of Agriculture (SAGARPA, for its Spanish acronym), will contribute $74.4 million, bringing the total investments to $264.4 million and benefiting around five million rural producers. continue reading »

Dr Ferrer on Foreplay as Your Second Base

Are you ready for the Second Inning of this deliciously erotic game? Just how will we move forward after those sensual kisses that had your head spinning and his hands tightening on your hips pulling you closer? continue reading »

Dr Ferrer on Foreplay as Your Second Base

Are you ready for the Second Inning of this deliciously erotic game? Just how will we move forward after those sensual kisses that had your head spinning and his hands tightening on your hips pulling you closer? continue reading »

CONGRATULATIONS URUGUAY! Winners of Copa América (VIDEO)

The Uruguayans defeated Paraguay 3-0 and became the best Soccer Team in Latin América! continue reading »

Robert Rodriguez and Guillermo del Toro at Comic-Con 2011

Directors Robert Rodriguez and Guillermo del Toro were in attendance at Comic-Con 2011 in San Diego talking trash, promoting new projects and just being goofy. continue reading »