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U.S. Citizens told to Avoid Acapulco

The United States Embassy in México urged U.S. citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Acapulco.

Unemployment Lowest Since February

The unemployment rate in men decreased from 5.00 to 4.7 percent between October 2013 and September 2014.

México’s German Auto Production Goes from Beetles to Luxury Cars

Volkswagen ushered in the German auto-production era in México by building Beetles from 1967 to 2003 in the state of Puebla.

PUEG: One in Three Mexican Women Violated

One out of every three Mexican women living in a home with a man has experienced emotional, sexual, or physical abuse, or intimidation.

Mazatlán Municipality owes Jumapam over Three Million Pesos

The Mazatlán municipal government has become one of the biggest debtors to its water department, Jumapam.

New 335 Unit Residential Project in Nuevo Mazatlán

The 335 unit project is divided into “lofts” and residences.

Contrary to Rumours, Convention Center is Profitable

Mazatlán’s convention center, Mazatlán International Center (MIC), is stable and growing.

Hip-Hop Contest in Mazatlán this Weekend

The rap fest will feature local groups Cuartro44, Sucursal 7, Broken Felas Gang and others from surrounding towns and Culiacán.

State Offers Free Services in Colonia Urías

Hundreds of Mazatlecos from different colonias took advantage yesterday of the Fourth Institutional Services Fair held in the plazuela of Colonia Urías.

Colima Volcano’s Ash covers Nearby Towns

Over the weekend the Colima Volcano in western Mexico has erupted, sending a column of ash about 5 kilometers (3 miles) into the air.

Three Companies Submit Bids for Public TV Networks

The IFT said that it had approved proposals from eight interested parties on November 13, but that only three had decided to bid.

Proceso Highlights México’s Bad Numbers

It also notes that Mexicans work 2,226 hours a year, while the OECD average is 1,765 hours.

NGO: Kidnappings up 8% in October

Six kidnappings occur every day in Mexico, according to the Association to Stop Kidnapping.

City Targets Empty Lots, Billboards

The Mazatlán municipal government will begin its third campaign to enforce laws and regulations long tolerated throughout the city.

New Guidelines for Visas for Foreigners

Foreigners over 65 do not need to verify their income for a visa.