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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

WOW - Award Winning Idea for a Migrant Worker House of Tomorrow

It's expensive, and it could be a while before we see them populating our migrant-rich landscapes. But it is a really nifty idea, and we certainly hope the housing of the future looks like this! continue reading »

MX Teen Has Been on Hunger Strike at British Embassy, Wants to Be Invited to Royal Wedding???

Estíbaliz Chávez, a 19-year-old Mexican student has been camping in front of the British Embassy in Mexico, in a bid to get invited to the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. continue reading »

Chilean Videogame Recognized as one of the 100 Best PC Games of All Time

“Zeno Clash” from Chilean developers ACE Team, made it to position 67 in the list of the top hundred best games of all time. continue reading »

Spanish-Language Play “La Barberia” has Heart, Culture, and Laughs

Set in a New York predominantly-Dominican neighborhood, a new play is getting a lot of buzz. “La Barbería” is a Spanish-language play was being previewed Off-Broadway at New World Stages in New York, and premiered Thursday for an open-ended run. continue reading »

Reggaeton’s Don Omar Threatened by Prostitute for Lack of Payment with Frozen Condom   (VIDEO)

An argentine prostitute named simply “Natalia” alleges to have serviced the singer on three occasions, none of which Don Omar paid for. continue reading »

Study: Most Central & South American Frog Species Extinct or Disappearing

More than a hundred researchers from 21 nations ran a five month long project looking to confirm whether any of 100 amphibian species believed to be extinct are still alive. continue reading »

Join NCLR in Supporting a Federal Budget that Invests in the Latino Community

On February 14, President Obama released his proposal for the fiscal year 2012 federal budget. We had a preview of what the president would prioritize in his State of the Union address when he called for investments in innovation, education, and infrastructure to jump-start our economy. Given the recent and growing attention to deficit reduction and federal spending, we also anticipated that we would see difficult cuts to various programs in the proposed budget. continue reading »

Univision Honored as One of Nation’s 50 Most Innovative Companies along With Google

Univision Communications Inc., the leading media company serving Hispanic America, announced today that it has been named as one of the World's Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company in the magazine's annual ranking. Univision ranked 34 in the top 50 list. continue reading »

BLOG NARCO: Tepic Arises to Shootings in the Street

At about 07:00am this morning, reports warned of a 58-year-old woman who had been wounded in gun crossfire, Red Cross was too frightened to also be caught in the crossfire but staff local Police answered the call. continue reading »

Baseball’s Miguel Cabrera Arrested for DUI, Drinks Bottle of Scotch in Front of Police

Miguel Cabrera was on the right path after the Detroit Tigers slugger was arrested for DUI in 2009 the night before a key season-ending series – now he has been arrested again for DUI in Florida. continue reading »

Shakira: Honored at Harvard, Lampooned in Spain (VIDEO)

The Colombian singer will receive this February 26th the most prestigious award given by Harvard university to a singer: “Artist of the Year” continue reading »

Argentina’s Philharmonic Orchestra Stages Outdoor Concert Demanding Better Pay (VIDEO)

This is the kind of protesting the whole world could take a lesson on. Or hum to. continue reading »

One Week at AZ Border:  $27M in Drugs Seized, 2,500 Illegal Aliens Arrested & $76,000 in Cash Seized

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Arizona Joint Field Command today announced that during the week of Feb. 7-13, CBP apprehended more than 2,500 undocumented aliens at and between the ports of entry continue reading »

4 killed, 120 Injured in Worst Train Collision in 15 Years in Argentina (VIDEO)

Preliminary investigations revealed that two of the four brakes in the freight train that rammed onto the other train, where "intentionally blocked," one nailed out of place, one secured with a padlock, suggesting foul play and sabotage. continue reading »

Sheyla Hershey, The Brazilian Woman Who Claims To Have the Largest Breasts In a Coma

The Brazilian woman who claimed to have the world’s largest breasts is in a coma, followind a suicide attempt, said a British tabloid. continue reading »