Over 30 sport fishing vessels took part in the 4th Annual Dorado Derby.
Visiting passengers had to step across puddles of putrid brown water with the fetid smell of backed up and overflowing sewers.
Five years after beginning operation, the much anticipated Pichachos Dam has failed to provide its two main objectives.
Armed with nothing more than an air horn and walkie-talkie, expats protect their piece of paradise from thieves after Hurricane Odile.
The areas most affected are Cerritos and La Marina where the sea continues to lap against retaining walls.
Despite the damage to the ecology, Conaqua did not issue sanctions against Jumapam as it was considered a “minor accident.”
The First Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJ) ruled as unconstitutional sections of the Family Code of Sinaloa.
The fourth edition of the Torneo de Pesca Dorado Derby Mazatlán takes place in Mazatlán on September 27.
Now that Mazatlán is expanding it is urgent to have a study concerning where new hotels can and cannot be constructed, says conservationist.
Reviewer Bill Demmer returns to Angelo’s after several years and finds the ambiance still seductive.
Beginning next year, Mazatlán and its tourist attractions will be publicized on sugar substitute packages for coffee drinkers.
Officials say that more than 6,000 people had been removed from freight trains in recent weeks.
Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, who is currently in jail in Mexico, is “highly despondent” says his mother.
The devastation seen by Baja California Sur may end up having a positive effect on Mazatlán.
Los Cabos is still without electricity, food and water causing unrest and fights among those trying to obtain the basic necessities for their families.