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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Infamous Kennedy Airport Killer Deported to Panama, Served 34 Years in U.S. Prison

A former lawful permanent resident, who was once an enlisted member of the U.S. Navy, was deported Wednesday to Panama. He had killed two people during a 1977 hostage continue reading »

J Lo, Mick Jagger and Will.i.am Collaborate on Track Premiering at American Music Awards

A song J Lo recorded with Mick Jagger and Black Eyed Pea's Will.i.am will become available on iTunes, after will.i.am and JLo perform it at the American Music Awards show this week. continue reading »

Internet Stars Jorge & Alexa Narvaez Land Hyundai Commercial, “Want to Wish You a Merry Christmas”

The lovable duo of Jorge Narvaez, 24, and his daughter Alexa, 6, landed themselves an adorable Hyundai commercial. The pair became internet celebrities after Jorge began uploading videos continue reading »

Hispanic Standout Thomas Suarez: Self-Taught iApp Creator and TED Event Speaker

Though most 12-year-olds love playing videogames, Thomas Suarez taught himself how to create them, and was even a speaker at a TEDx event. In 1984, TED started out as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: continue reading »

California-Mexico Marijuana Tunnel Found, Over 10 Tons of Pot Seized

Investigators on the multi-agency San Diego Tunnel Task Force continued sifting through evidence at a warehouse in Otay Mesa's industrial park continue reading »

Banderas, Hayek Receive Mexican Film Fest Prize

Spanish actor Antonio Banderas and Mexican actress Salma Hayek were awarded the Luis Buñuel prize for promoting goodwill between Mexico and Spain, the director of the Es.cine festival, Enrique Rubio, told Efe. continue reading »

Ay Jesús! Pam Anderson to Play La Virgen María!

The "Baywatch" actress is set to play the Virgin Mary in "A Russell Peters Christmas," a Canadian sketch comedy version of the Nativity story, set to air Dec 1st. continue reading »

Bennetton Ad Features Hugo and Obama, Sittin’ in a Tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Bennetton’s new ad campaign featuring world leaders with opposing views locking lips, has been raising many eyebrows. The Fashion brand says the campaign-- “UNHATE” is “about reconciliation and acceptance” continue reading »

Mexican Federal Prosecutor Killed in Own Home

A federal prosecutor was killed Wednesday at his home in the northern Mexican city of Torreon, the Coahuila state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

That Ship Has Sailed , Senator Rubio by Hector Luis Alamo jr

Two weeks ago, in a deft display of political maneuvering, Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio urged his party to tone down its anti-immigrant rhetoric. In front of a gathering for the Washington Ideas Forum, the 40-year-old Cuban-American senator underscored the need for the GOP to win back Latino and pro-immigrant voters: “The Republican Party should not be labeled as the anti-illegal immigration party. Republicans need to be the pro-legal immigration party.” continue reading »

More Crazy From Courtney Love in Brazil, Foo Fighter Grohl Center of Her Rants (VIDEO)

Courtney Love keeps proving no one can do crazy like she can and now all of Brazil knows it. continue reading »

Narco Tunnel Found Inside Drainage Sewer in Arizona

An active drug smuggling tunnel was located and shut down here Tuesday following a multi-agency probe spearheaded by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). continue reading »

More Mexican Newspaper Workers Go Missing

Two workers at Mexican business daily El Financiero have gone missing in the central state of Zacatecas, the newspaper's deputy general manager said. continue reading »

U.S. Opens “Trusted Traveler Program” to Mexicans

The United States government announced Tuesday that it is opening to Mexican citizens the trusted traveler program known as Global Entry, which operates via automated kiosks at selected international airports. continue reading »

Drug Smugglers Crossing into Arizona Shot at and Robbed

A drug smuggler who was carrying a load of marijuana into the Arizona told Santa Cruz County sheriff's investigators that he and those he was traveling with her robbed by armed men west of Nogales. continue reading »