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City Honours Fisherman Lost in Hurricane Ismael with Monument

Following a mass, the unveiling ceremony will take place on September 14.

18 Stolen Vehicles recovered this Month

Chief Murillo Rojo commented that thefts of vehicles are declining in the port and more are being recovered.

High Contamination Levels Detected in Tidelands

The most severe is El Infiernillo, including at the Juárez bridge and surrounding zone.

Five Narco Laboratories Destroyed

The capture of Juan José Esparragosa Moreno, “El Azul,” has resulted in the uncovering of five synthetic drug laboratories.

Civil Associations Accuse DIF of Keeping Federal Funds

DIF cut the budgets of non-government organizations who attend to people with diverse physical and mental incapacities.

Residents in the North Without Water – Again

Colonias in the entire northern zone up to Cerritos will have to wait a few more days until full water pressure is restored.

Lineups Continue for Free School Supplies and Uniforms

Parents continue to lineup at stores participating in the State government’s free uniform and supplies program.

Private Sector Opposes Mandated Increase in Minimum Wage

The minimum daily wage in Sinaloa presently stands at 63.77 pesos.

1,600 Confiscated “Minicasinos” Destroyed

Nine were ceased from a clandestine casino operating in Culiacán.

Peña Nieto Commissions the Gendarmerie

After much delay the scaled down gendarmerie was commissioned by the president on Friday.

Supreme Court Approves Increase of VAT at Border

The majority of the judges saw no problem increasing the tax rate at the border.

México: “Ease of Doing Business”

The State of México and Puebla were the states that improved the most in the ease of doing business.

Pemex Begins Restructuring

Pemex will create two first tier companies.

The Status of Mazatlán’s Port

TMAZ has invested over $25 million in the city’s port with the expectation of meeting the needs of a Deepwater port.

Sinaloa Repeals “Gag Law”

Governor Mario López Valdez had promoted the so called “Gag Law” in an attempt to censor information on public safety.