Governor Mario Lòpez Valdez said there have been no advances in construction.
The Secretary of Tourism predicts 2015 will be a record year for tourism in Sinaloa.
Approximately 120 classic cars will adorn the Malecón and part of the Zona Dorada today.
The only musicians paying 500 pesos annually are those who work on public streets.
There are 40 clinics in Mazatlán and Culiacán in which surgeries are performed by unlicensed practitioners.
The area in which the brothers were walking is prohibited for recreational and is one of the most dangerous and least accessible places in the city.
Air Transat may return to Mazatlán this year with at least two flights per week.
Total investment for the two hotels amounts to between 30 and 35 million dollars.
Mazatlán’s annual Fish Fair opens on April 1 and runs through until April 5.
In January and February this year, Jumapam received 94 reports of collapsed water and drainage pipes.
Approximately 30 oyster fishermen protested yesterday in front of a bar.
Although it will not be ready for Semana Santa holidays, work on the Carpa Olivera saltwater swimming pool in Olas Altas has advanced approximately 60 percent.
The emergency room of Mazatlán´s General Hospital has only eight beds necessitating the transfer of half of the accident victims.
Among some of the communities that benefited from the donation of new bicycles yesterday were Palmillas, Tecomate de Sigueros and Villa Unión.
The 102,000 students and 5,000 teachers will return to classes on April 13.