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Governor Suggests Cruise Ships Overnight in Mazatlán

Cruise ships now arrive in port between 6am and 7am, and depart between 5pm and 6pm.

Oaxacan Teachers Evaluated over the Weekend

This was the first time the teacher evaluation exam has been scheduled for Oaxacan teachers.

Supreme Court Overturns Jalisco Ban on Same-Sex Marriage

Two gay couples challenged the state’s civil code after their application for a marriage license was denied.

Eight People Found with Throats Cut

Local authorities said a message was found alongside the victims with a threat directed at the Los Zetas drug cartel.

Coepris Recognizes Six Local Restaurants

These establishments are providing smoke-free environments and offering healthy menus with less calories.

Sinaloa Journalist Wins Reuters Award

Sinaloa journalist Silber Meza, together with Zoraida Gallegos, has been awarded the prestigious German “Walter Reuters” journalism award.

Normalistas Ill Prepared to Become Teachers

The SEP recommends that students attending Normal Schools who are economically disadvantaged be identified and given scholarships.

México’s LPG Prices Expected to Drop in 2016

The largest distributors of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) fuel believe that prices will begin to drop in 2016.

October’s Unemployment Rate is 4.4%

The number of workers employed in the informal sector stood at 27.9 percent of the total employed.

Peña Nieto Ally Resigns After Criminal Probe

Arturo Escobar y Vega is alleged to have been responsible for the crime of coercion and vote buying.

Sandra’s Rain Changes Marathon Schedule

The morning events, including the 10 kilometer race for handicapped participants, will now begin at 2:30pm, and the 3, 5 and 10 kilometer general public (amateur) race at 2:40pm.

México Maintains IMF Line of Credit

The International Monetary Fund said México’s economy is holding up amid a complex global situation.

25 Members of Kidnapping Gang Arrested

According to Zeron the criminal organization was run by Jose Luis Pac Diaz.

Excessive Use of Force by Police Led to Death of 6

The CNDH alleges that five of the victims were in a pick-up truck when police opened fire on them.

Femicide Rises in the Shadows in Quintana Roo

Quintana Roo has one of the highest rates of human trafficking in México.