The speed of movement is expected to decrease today and a turn toward the west-northwest is expected on Saturday.
From January to date, reservations have increased 80 percent over last year.
Alcalá Gonzalez was transported to the Altiplano maximum security prison in the State of Mexico.
At least seven collections centers had opened to help the people in Baja California Sur devastated by Hurricane Odile.
Because of the recent heavy rains there is growing concern that the city may see an out outbreak of dengue fever.
Of 56 people detained during that time, 53 were charged with public nuisance.
Mazatlán’s Rafael Buelna airport received 147 passengers fleeing Los Cabos, La Paz, and the ravages of Hurricane Odile.
Met with whistles and shouts, the Mayor proclaimed the Grito de Independence, rang the bell and read the names of heroes of México’s independence.
Banks that offer their services in department stores and supermarkets will provide their services as usual, although it is a holiday.
Mazatlán’s shrimp fleet remained docked waiting to see what hurricane Odile would do.
A family of five and a Red Cross paramedic were attacked by a swarm of bees yesterday.
Despite the cautionary measures, Independence Day celebrations planned at municipal hall beginning at 8pm this evening will proceed.
Odile continues to threaten the southern Sinaloa coast with possible wind, rain and thunderstorms this weekend.
Beach vendors gathered in the Germán Evers stadium with placards and an open mike denouncing corrupt federal maritime zone inspectors.
In Mazatlán one of the Maria Ferré stores is located on Aquiles Serdan and the other in a local shopping center.