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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

México Breaks World’s Largest ‘Carnitas’ Taco Record

At 240 feet and packing 330 pounds of pork, this ‘tacote’ made to promote the local cuisine of Querétaro, México, broke the Guinness World Record for Largest ‘Carnitas’ Taco. continue reading »

Spanish Crown Prince Felipe Visits Chile

Chilean President Sebastian Piñera on Tuesday welcomed Spanish Crown Prince Felipe and his wife, Princess Letizia, with the honors reserved for heads of state at Moneda Palace. continue reading »

Boston Immigration Sweep Nets 53 Convicted Criminal Aliens, Majority from Dominican Republic

During a four-day targeted enforcement operation in and around Boston that ended Monday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested 53 convicted criminal aliens. continue reading »

Justice Department Files Complaint Against Utah’s Immigration Law

The Department of Justice today challenged Utah’s immigration law, which comes after recent lawsuits in Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina. continue reading »

Woman Found Dead in Torren

A deceased woman was found in the trunk of an abandoned car. Around 11:00 PM on Monday, the police were alert of an abandoned car which contained the body of a dead woman. The car was a 2001 white Jetta continue reading »

Mexico’s First 3D Animated Film, El Gran Milagro, to Make U.S. Debut (VIDEO)

Dos Corazones Films announces that The Greatest Miracle, Mexico’s first 3D animated feature film will appear in theaters in Chicago and 49 other US cities on Fri. continue reading »

Costa Rican police seize ton of cocaine, arrest 3

Costa Rican authorities on Tuesday seized 1,203 kilograms (2,649 pounds) of cocaine and arrested three Colombian nationals who were transporting the drug, the Security Ministry announced. continue reading »

Shootout in Honduras leaves 4 dead

Four people were killed Tuesday in a gunbattle between two rival criminal gangs in the central Honduran city of La Guacamaya, police said. continue reading »

STUDY: Lawn Industry Key Economic Opportunity for U.S. Latinos

The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce today released a major economic study confirming the vital role that the landscape and lawn care services industry plays in providing entrepreneurial opportunity, jobs and income to U.S. Latinos. continue reading »

$15.3 Million of Cartel Money Seized by Mexican Army

Army troops seized $15.3 million in cash in Tijuana, a border city in northwestern Mexico, that apparently belonged to the Sinaloa cartel, marking the second-largest seizure of money since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 continue reading »

‘Sesame Street’ Composer Fernando Rivas, Charged with Child Pornography

59-year-old Rivas, who won two Emmys for his work on Sesame Street has been charged with three counts of child pornography in Charleston, SC. continue reading »

Thieves Break Into Maradona’s Daughter’s Car During “Doña Tota’s” Burial

Diego Maradona’s oldest daughter, Dalma, returned from her grandmother’s funeral to find her vehicle had been broken into, and valuables swiped away. continue reading »

Texas Latinos Getting Three Additional Voting Districts

The new redistricting plan federal judges announced last week for the Texas state House of Representatives creates three additional districts where Latinos continue reading »

Bella’s ‘Breaking Dawn’ Wedding Dress to Be Sold in CHNY Stores

The wedding dress worn by Kristen Stewart‘ in Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 will be sold at designer Carolina Herrera‘s CHNY stores. continue reading »

Drunk Latina Crashes Car, Blames it on Boyfriend Not Taking Her to See New Twilight Movie

No one likes when their weekend plans fall through, but for one Chicago Latina, it was especially hard to handle. Olivia Christina Ornelas was arrested Saturday and charg continue reading »