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Unidentified Drowning Victim Discovered

The body of man was found floating in the sea in front of the Don Pelayo Hotel off the Malecón yesterday.

Ads on Local Social Networks Offer “After Hours” Alcohol Delivery

In contravention of Mazatlán’s alcohol sales regulations, local entrepreneurs are offering “express” home delivery.

Crude Oil Exports Fall 37.3%

Pemex said that for the month of June crude exports fell 8.8 percent.

CFE Reverses Losses

This is the first time since 2010 that the CFE has reported positive financial results.

Bus Accidents Leaves Five Injured on Mazatlán-Durango Highway

The accident occurred outside the town of El Magistral.

Private Business Sector says “Enough” to CNTE

“The Mexican government seems to be losing the battle against a few who systematically violate the law.”

Road Rage Leaves Teacher Dead in Olas Altas

After a chase and with the help of video surveillance equipment, the assailant was caught.

Five Parasailing Accidents to Date as Holidays Continue

One of the popular beach activities for tourists is a parasail ride off the coastline.

Driving Drunk? Expect Jail Time

Anyone caught driving under the influence of alcohol will no longer be fined but will be detained for up to 36 hours.

Call for Stepped up Security after the Murder of Two Mayors

In addition to López González, four others were shot and killed, including the city’s vice mayor.

Striking CNTE Teachers Shut Down Chiapas Airport

Starting Tuesday, the CNTE vows to institute a “permanent blockade” of Tuxtla Gutierrez.

June Unemployment Down Slightly from May

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate returned to be below 4.0 percent.

Kidnappings Down, Homicides up in First Half of 2016

The crime of extortion decreased 12 percent during the first six months of this year.

High Waves Slowly Devouring Malecón Infrastructure

The area most in jeopardy is in front of BanEjército where large pavement fractures are clearly visible.

Driver Education Soon to be Introduced in Local Schools

Last week the Sinaloa Congress introduced a bill to guaranty driver education programs in State schools.