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San Ignacio’s Jaguars

“Jinetes”, a community of San Ignacio was the scene of jaguar hunting fora  long time, until the National Board of  Protected Natural Areas (“CONANP“), established a program to educate the population… Read more »

Combating human trafficking..

In an effort to prevent and eliminate human trafficking  Mazatlan’s Municipality along with the Human Rights Commission(HRC) have announced a program called “Behind what you see”. It is focused mainly on young… Read more »

Mazatlán’s Cultural Festival

From October 6th to December 16th 2016 Mazatlán’s Cultural Festival will be showcasing music, theater, dance, ballet, opera, literature and various other artistic events. This annual happening started in 1993… Read more »

Bomberos get new base in Mazatlán

The fourth fire station in the city opened on October 14th, as part of the joint effort between the city authorities and volunteer firemen for a new base to improve… Read more »

Mazatlan’s Lineal Park

Mazatlán’s lineal park is located in Perez Escobosa Av. The total project is a 5.7 km park with a total investment of $140 million pesos making it the biggest lineal park… Read more »

UBER now in Mazatlán!

UBER is in Mazatlán despite protests from pulmonias and taxis against them. To get an Uber ride it is necessary to first download the Uber app. The cost is charged… Read more »

Announcing the 2nd Annual Mazatlan Gastronomic Forum

The 2nd Annual Culinarias Raices (Culinary Roots) Gastronomic extravaganza will take place October 27th through October 30th, 2016 at the International Convention Center. A number of specially invited Chefs will… Read more »

Quetzalcoatl-Aeromexico’s Dreamliner is flying!

The first Aeromexico Quetzalcoatl 787-9 Dreamliner took off from Seattle to Mexico City. The airline held a design contest and the winner was graphic designer Jose Manuel Escudero from Veracruz…. Read more »

Two Vendor Permit Inspectors Fired

Two permit inspectors have been fired and one has been relocated.

No New Cases of Zika or Chikungunya in Sinaloa

No cases of zika or chikungunya have been reported in Sinaloa.

Grenade Found Outside Central Bus Depot

A fragment grenade was discovered abandoned outside Mazatlán’s central bus depot early Saturday morning.

Gasoline Prices Rise Again in September

The price of Magna gasoline will rise two centavos beginning September 1st.

Oaxaca Students Taking Classes through Television

Channel 9 Oaxaca has for the last five days had programing to teach preschoolers and elementary the basics of Spanish and mathematics.

SEP Terminates 1,905 Teachers

In the states of Chiapas and Michoacán the governmental agency will lay off 650 teachers and support staff.

Juan Gabriel dies at age 66

Juan Gabriel, México’s legendary singer and songwriter, died from a heart attack at age 66 last Sunday in Santa Monica, California.