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Mazatlán Old Folk’s Home Asks for Help

At the moment milk is the most urgent necessity for the 25 residents.

Mazatlán Sisters Rank Well in International Science Fair

A panel of ten judges ranked their project “A Cleaner Combustible” among the 50 best entries.

México Rises in World Competitiveness Index

México climbed from 41st place to 39th place.

Latin America’s Foreign Direct Investments in 2014

México’s sharp decline was due to an unusually large deal made in 2013.

Mexicans Have Transferred $51 Billion into Foreign Banks Since 2012

Mexicans and Mexican businesses have moved $51.034 billion out of México and into foreign banks.

Two Teens Murder Girl in Aguascalientes

A 13-year-old girl was murdered by two boys, ages 16 and 17, in Aguascalientes.

Rough Independent Candidate Draws National Attention

A cursing former mayor and rancher in cowboy hat and boots, wants to be the governor of the state of Nuevo León.

Pemex Workers Vote to Strike

The Trade Union of Oil Workers of the Mexican Republic (STPRM) the members voted to strike.

Students from of the Normal Ayotzinapa Prepare to Strike Elections

It was from this school that 43 went missing in the fall of last year.

México’s Human Rights Commission to Investigate Deaths of 42 in Shootout

A spokesperson for the commission said it has opened a formal investigation into last week’s shootout.

Ex-Governor Predicts Low Voter Turnout on June 7

Approximately only 38 to 40 percent of Sinaloans will vote due to lack of interest.

Mazatlán Mayor Minimizes Recent Violence

In the first 25 days of May, nine people were murdered in the municipality of Mazatlán.

Oil Exports Down 50%

During April of this year sales of oil abroad totaled $876 million.

México City Taxi Drivers Protest Uber

The taxi drivers say the city government is giving priority to and favoring foreign interests over local concerns.

Tornado Kills at Least 13 in Ciudad Acuna

The tornado hit Ciudad Acuna between 5.30 am and 06.10 am on Monday.