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Celebrate Día de los Muertos Not Halloween, says School Superintendant

The department of education’s reminder to teachers not to celebrate Halloween is issued every year.

Golden Deer Awards at Fiesta Amigos de Mazatlán

The highlight of the evening was the Golden Deer Awards given to major Mazatlán promoters.

Rehabilitation of Malecón Begins Amid Criticism

Councilman Becerra Batista noted that some council members never saw any plans for the rehabilitation of the Malecón; only when the final plan was shared with reporters.

Sports Tourism a Bonanza for Mazatlán

Copa Mazatlán Dportenis 2014 soccer tournament is considered to be the largest soccer tournament in Mexico.

Breathalyzer Roadblocks Nab 40 Offenders

Despite the police roadblocks, one person died and five were injured in car accidents in the city during the weekend.

The other side of Michoacan (video)

Thousands of film lovers have descended on the Mexican city of Morelia for its international film festival.

Student Dancers Demonstrate for Ayotzinapa Missing Students

The protest will continue today the Plazuela República and will include students and teachers of other disciplines from the Centro Municipal de Artes de Mazatlán.

Malecón, Zona Dorada Updates Begin Next Week

Mazatlán already has all the permissions and technical facilities required to permit a quick performance of the work which will be completed in the month of December.

City at Risk of Losing More Federal Money

Unless renovation of the Golden Zone and El Quelite does not begin immediately, the State risks losing the federal money appropriated for these projects.

City Reinstitutes Breathalyzer and Proposes Increased DWI Fine

Municipal Transit Police have proposed that the fine for drunk driving be increased to 100 to 300 times the minimum daily wage.

Bikers Dash Across Mexico City in Illegal Alleycat Races (video)

There are few rules and no set race course in the dangerous bike races invented by bike messengers.

More Bus Accidents in Mazatlán than Culiacán

The drivers of a total of 13 city buses were pulled over yesterday by inspectors of the Sinaloa Direción de Vialidad y Transportes (DVyT) for driving with their doors open…. Read more »

Half of Southern Sinaloa Municipal Police to be Laid Off

Mario López Valdez said the termination of the 3,798 police officers who failed the confidence control test will cost the state 280 million pesos.

Financial Requirements for Visa Reduced

Changes to the “asset” test for both Permanent and Temporary Residents visas went into effect this week.

Conapesca Beefs Up Illegal Fishing Surveillance Fleet

The purchase of the four Defender boats was the first installment of a total of 30 the commission has ordered.