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Emergency Landing Caused by Bird in Landing Gear

A bird of prey (hawk) flew into the right hand bottom of the main landing gear.

“Kiosko” to Open 30 More Stores in Mazatlán

There are presently nine Kiosko stores in Mazatlán which have been very well received.

Ejidatarios Threaten to Close Garbage Dump

He further stated that the construction of a new dump built to legal specifications is a necessity given the demographic increase in the municipality and increase in tourism.

Fewer Turtle Nests Rescued in 2014

Personnel rescued 1,025 nests containing 95,311 eggs and liberated 78,892 baby turtles in 2014.

Parents Name Children after Soccer Players, Cartoons

Every year the Mazatlán Civil Registry calls on parents to be considerate of their children’s social life when considering naming their children.

Pardon the Inconvience, says Mayor

The municipality has received 100 million pesos from the federal government to apply to drainage and water infrastructure this year.

Lack of Water, Drainage Inhibits Tourism Development

The lack of infrastructure to provide water and drainage to tourist development areas is putting the brakes on hotel investment.

Aero Mexico Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Mazatlán

Shortly after take-off, passengers were advised a problem had occurred with the landing gear.

Mexican President to Inaugurate Bypass Road

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will be in Mazatlán on Monday, January 26.

Holiday Inn Returns to Mazatlán with New Hotel

The hotel will be built on 1.5 hectares in the Marina Zone facing the Mazatlán Marina.

Motor Vehicle License Bureau Saturated with Applicants

Department of Transport personnel stated just yesterday they issued 180 licenses.

Location of Olympic Pool Undecided

Mayor Felton said yesterday he doubted the pool would “fit” in that location due to its regulation size.

City Begins to Install Colorful Carnaval Monigotes

In total, 11 of the mythical characters will adorn the Malecón, Plazuela Machado and the Zona Dorada.

Bishop Requests Security Cameras for Cathedral

The Bishop told reporters they had filed a police report and that unfortunately this was not the first time that the church was vulnerable.

All Calm on the Beaches, say Lifguards

The cold weather has driven them away said commander of the Mazatlán lifeguards, Sergio Cervantes Rodríguez.