The area most in jeopardy is in front of BanEjército where large pavement fractures are clearly visible.
Last week the Sinaloa Congress introduced a bill to guaranty driver education programs in State schools.
Visitors are invited to view military equipment and enjoy marches and music by the military band.
The fourth storm of the 2016 hurricane season took form yesterday in the Pacific.
A bank account has been opened specifically for the donations where money can be deposited.
Once again Mazatlán’s local social internet network was at the forefront of reporting a crime in the municipality.
A second unidentified family member who was also attacked is in delicate condition in the hospital.
Most of the land upon which the park would be constructed belongs to the Tellería family.
Public transport drivers are obligated to display a tariff sheet.
Mazatlán’s water department, Jumapam, is continuing its race against the onset of the rainy season.
The city considered by inhabitants to be the most secure is Nuevo Laredo followed by Mérida.
Last week the Spanish daily newspaper El País published an article naming the Director of Ministerial Police as the most dangerous police officer in Sinaloa.
The winner of the June 5th election for Mayor of Mazatlán is still undecided.
To date the agent has not disclosed the whereabouts of the kidnapped victim.
The Los Hediondos and Piedras Blancas are the trails where most of the assaults have taken place.