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Day of the Dead Street Walk Tomorrow Night

The theme this year is “El Carnaval de los Muertos” in homage to Rigoberto Lewis.

No Harmful Toxins from Overflow of Mine Tailings Dam

The National Water Commission concluded there is no toxicity or risks to human, animal or plant life.

Architects and Engineers Criticize Malecón Work

While work on the Malecón continues, nothing is happening with respect to the rehabilitation of the Golden Zone.

Women Pose Nude for San Miguel Day of the Dead Photo

Women of all ages gathered in front of San Miguel de Allende’s Hotel Matilda.

Bodies of Missing Americans Found in México

Three Texans missing for more than two weeks were found dead on Wednesday.

Energy Reforms Clear Last Hurdle

PRD has fought the idea, arguing that the government would be giving away its natural resources.

SAT to Have Info Access to Mexicans’ Foreign Bank Accounts

This access follows the signing of a multilateral agreement to exchange financial and fiscal information with over 50 countries.

Mexican President Meets with Families of Missing Students

After the meeting family members told reporters they were losing faith in the authorities’ ability to solve the case.

México Tunnel Leads to Teotihuacán Ruins

The ruins have long been shrouded in mystery because its inhabitants did not leave behind written records.

Mayor Felton’s 2015 Wish List

The mayor plans on making Isla de la Piedra (Stone Island) into a colonial town.

PAN to Continue Fight for Increase in Minimum Wage

Subjects that are constitutionally excluded from referendums are those having to do with income and expenditures.

Ruedas Fest 2014 Begins Friday in Mazatlán

The 2014 Ruedas Fest (Wheels Party) will open in the vacant lot beside Sam’s Club on Friday, October 31

Citizen Association Petitions for Open Cabinet Meetings

The Mayor and cabinet members have 72 hours to respond to the petition.

Therapy Horses Found and Returned

The horses were located yesterday morning in the town of Puerta de Canoas.

México City is running out of Cemetery Space

The city government will educate people about cremation as an option and build more crematoriums.