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Mexico in the middle of immigration debate (video)

Mexico debates how best to deal with the seemingly unending flow of tens of thousands of undocumented Central Americans.

Government calls toxic spill Mexico’s worst modern mining disaster (video)

Mexican government officials confirm that some 40-thousand cubic meters of toxic waste water spilled from a copper mine in early August.

Who Needs Cones to Save Parking Spots?

Street car washers use the bottom half of store mannequins to save parking spots for potential clients.

Sub-Sec of Tourism Minimizes Damage on Stone Island

The Sectur authority said the Island suffered minor damage to palapas and restaurants but did not categorize it as a catastrophe for tourism trade.

Shrimp Fishing Season to Begin September 14

On September 14 the high seas 2014-2015 shrimp season begins, while on September 5 it starts for pangas capturing shrimp in streams and lagoons.

Banda: Music to your ears?

I remember listening to ‘Banda’ music in Mazatlán 25 years ago and it didn’t make me want to throw beer bottles at the band.

High Waves from Hurricane Marie Hit Stone Island

Waves six to seven meters high provoked by Hurricane Marie hit Stone Island damaging 27 beachside restaurants and three hotels.

Sports Fishermen Capture Rare Find

Sports fisherman reported yesterday capturing a rare catfish not generally known to local Mazatlán fishermen.

Mayor Presents New “Citizens Security Center”

Six public service departments will be installed in the center located on one of Mazatlán’s main thoroughfares.

Port Closed in Wake of High Waves from Hurricane Marie

High swells are affecting Mexico’s Pacific coast shoreline as hurricane force winds from Marie extend up to 60 miles from the storm’s center.

‘Rodrigo y Gabriela’s’ unique, genre-defying music (video)

Rodrigo Sanchez of the Mexican duo ‘Rodrigo y Gabriela’ talks about how he writes their unique, genre-defying music.

Canadian to Attempt Record Bungee Jump from Baluarte Bridge

Nelson hopes to break the world platform bungee jumping record of 300 meters by dropping 370 meters from the bridge.

Process to Retract “Gag Law” Begins

Legislators met yesterday in an extraordinary meeting with the sole purpose of examining the three initiatives proposed to retract the law.

City Invests in Emergency Generator for Los Horcones

Each time there is an electrical storm and electricity is lost the Los Horcones plant, which pumps 70 percent of water to the municipality, ceases to function.

City Hall on Alert for Flooding

In response to the deluge, the Civil Protection monitoring program was put into action beginning 11pm on Saturday night.