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Murder and Migration in Honduras: Immigrant America (video)

More migrants are now coming from the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula and surrounding areas than anywhere else in Central America.

Mexico mining company to compensate over toxic spill (video)

A mining company has agreed to a multi-million dollar compensation payout for causing one of Mexico’s worst ever environmental disasters.

Injured Dolphin Rescued in Playa Norte

Fishermen entered the water and kept it afloat while waiting for the arrival of aquarium personnel.

UPDATED: No Funds for Mazatlán Port in Federal Budget

In the 2015 economic budget submitted last week to the federal legislature by the Secretary of Finance the only monies assigned is five million pesos for port administration.

Vacation Day

Yes, I need a vacation from my neighborhood, pleasant as it is. I need to play tourist in this tourist town once in a while.

Sinaloa Prepares as Tropical Storm Odile Slowly Strengthens

The National System of Civil Protection declared a blue alert for southern Sinaloa and Durango because of the presence of Odile, which later today or tomorrow could intensify and become a Category 1 hurricane.

Mazatlán Ready to Celebrate Mexican Independence Day

Mazatlán’s Cultural Institute and municipal government have lined up an impressive array of free performances in the Plazuela República in front of city hall.

Mazatlán’s Family Services Fights Judge’s Orders

At the announcement of the closing of Casa Diurna, families of those who attended the center applied for and in August were granted two amparos against DIF and centre’s closure.

Mazatlán Continues to Assess Norbert Damage

Fifteen colonias in southeastern Mazatlán have been without water for four days following the collapse of pipes and media reported the loss of one life attributable to the Hurricane.

Militarization of Mexico’s police forces (video)

The Mexican government is conducting a new experiment with a military unit that will be used as a police force.

Peña Nieto Pledges Funds for Mazatlán

The President said the government will invest 1.3 billion pesos ($100 million) to modernize Mazatlán’s port and infrastructure.

Dear Tia Lupita

My good friend, Jim, 73, has fallen in love with a beautiful Mexican woman who is 40.

Work on Mazatlán’s Port at a Standstill

Applying for a permit to use explosives has delayed the work and as a result the budgeted 130 million pesos are no longer available.

Por Que No?

Reviewer Bill Demmer visits a new Bar & Restaurant in the Golden Zone and gives it a thumbs up.

Norbert Plays Havoc with Mazatlán

Municipal Civil Protection told reporters that it had decided to suspend elementary school classes because of the rains and flooding.