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Venta Nocturna Tonight in El Centro

Mazatlán’s annual Midnight Sale takes place tonight in El Centro.

Paving of Stone Island Road Begins

Inhabitants of Isla de la Piedra (Stone Island) next year will finally have a decent highway connecting the ejido with the airport road.

Sinaloa Governor Attends Opening of Tiger Woods Designed Golf Course

The par 71 course is located in the exclusive Diamante tourist development in the municipality of Los Cabos.

Air Connectivity to Mazatlán to Increase

Westjest is projected to double the number of passenger seats in its Mazatlán routes in 2015.

Minimum Wage May Increase 4.3% in 2015

It appears that no agreement was reached to consolidate the two minimum wage zones of “A” and “B.”

Bimbo to Acquire Canadian Bakery

The price of the acquisition was reported as 120 million Canadian dollars.

Canadian Woman Sexually Assaulted on Mazatlán Beach

The 39-year-old woman had rented a horse to ride along the beach led by the owner of the horse.

VivaAerobus to Begin DFW Flights to México

The airline will start out with three flights a week to Guadalajara.

PRD Proposes to Eliminate the Draft

PRD has introduced a bill to eliminate the military draft in México.

Almost 200 Americans Kidnapped in 2014

According to México’s NGO National Citizens Observatory, a person is kidnapped every six hours in México.

Married to Footloose and Fancy Free

It is almost holiday time and I am dreading it.

Airport Celebrates Passenger No. 755,000

The 755,000th passenger to arrive at Mazatlán’s Rafael Buelna airport this year was greeted yesterday afternoon.

Despite “Zero Tolerance” Road Accidents Increase 70 Percent

Of the 63, 46 traffic deaths occurred in urban Mazatlán: 8 pedestrians, 18 motorcyclists, 4 passengers, 4 bicyclists and 12 car accidents.

México Tops Latin America in Exports

México’s increase in dollar volume of exports was driven by a 6.0 percent increase in sales to the United States market.

Chances Slim of Identifying Remains

The chances of identifying the victims were slim because of damaged samples.