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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Wisconsin Women Finds Deadly Brazilian Wandering Spider in Her Banana’s (VIDEO)

Hayward WI Resident Sheila Terry went shopping this week at Wal-Mart where she bought a bunch of bananas. Terry’s husband grabbed one of the bananas when the huge spider crawled out from the stem. continue reading »

Explore Cinco de Mayo’s Culinary Legacy

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the May 5, 1862 Battle of Puebla where the Mexican Army surprisingly defeated French forces. The city of Puebla, about two hours south of continue reading »

Drop Off Unused Prescription Drugs Today( Saturday) Collection Site List

If you have old prescription drugs sitting in your medicine cabinet, you can get rid of them safely on Saturday. continue reading »

US Hispanic Chamber of Comm. Open Letter to Florida Gov. Regarding Immigration

Thank you for your service to the state of Florida as President of the Florida State Senate. On behalf of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), which continue reading »

CHILL OUT this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

CHILL OUT this weekend with a Latin American natural wonder. Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

WATCH Principe Felipe, La Reina Sofía and Princess Leticia at the Royal Wedding

El Principe Felipe, La Reina Sofia Y La Princesa Letizia, came to Príncipe Guillermo's wedding in representation of the Spanish Royalty. continue reading »

Brazilian Prison Guard Accused of Torture Deported by U.S. Immigration

A man wanted for torturing prisoners in Brazil in 2005 was deported on Tuesday and turned over to Brazilian authorities Wednesday morning by officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). continue reading »

13th Annual Celebration of ‘El Dia de los Niños’ Set for Tomorrow

This year marks the 13th annual celebration of El Día de los Niños (Celebrating Young Americans) in the U.S.-, a day where children throughout the country are honored. continue reading »

United States and Peru Hold Environmental Meetings

The Governments of the United States and Peru convened the third meeting of the Sub-Committee on Forest Sector Governance (Sub-Committee), the second meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council (EAC) continue reading »

United States and Peru Hold Environmental Meetings

The Governments of the United States and Peru convened the third meeting of the Sub-Committee on Forest Sector Governance (Sub-Committee), the second meeting of the Environmental Affairs Council (EAC) continue reading »

Superman Forfeits his U.S. Citizenship! But.. Wasn’t he an Illegal ALIEN, Anyway?

A very disgruntled man of steel revealed his intentions of turning in his Green Card on the Comics #900 release. continue reading »

Enrique Iglesias And Shakira Sweep At the Billboard Latin Music Awards (VIDEO)

Enrique Iglesias took home nine awards, while the Colombian singer, Shakira, took six. continue reading »

Virgin Of Guadalupe Appears in California—And She’s riding a Surfboard!

Encinitas, CA residents in bogus construction worker uniforms installed a 10x10 foot stained glass mosaic of La Señora, riding a surf board a few days before Easter. continue reading »

Massive Sweep of Latin Gang in LA Nets 80 Arrests after 3-Year Probe

More than 1,300 federal and local law enforcement officers fanned out Thursday morning across the Los Angeles harbor area to arrest 80 alleged members and associates of the Rancho San Pedro gang, continue reading »

Hispanic Contributions to U.S. Railroads to be Honored

Amtrak, in a partnership with the National Museum of American History, will feature an exhibit at Chicago Union Station that honors the contributions of thousands of Mexicans to the nation's railroads on National Train Day, May 7, 2011. continue reading »