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UPDATED: Airport Shuttle Between Mazatlán and Culiacán Begins Next Week

The ground shuttle service between the two airports will begin on September 24th with 12-14 seat passenger vans.

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City buses involved in 75 accidents so far this year

During the entire year 2011 city buses were involved in a total of 80 traffic accidents.

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Victims of Hurricane Ismael Remembered

Although modern technology has improved, Mazatlán still lacks a safe harbour for fishermen during hurricane season.

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Fingers Point after Cancellations of Flights and Cruise Ships

Stating lack of leadership is behind loss of tourism, Federal Diputado’s comments draws quick response from local authorities and businesses.

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Inspectors Demand Bribes from Urban Transport Drivers

Municipal urban transport drivers say inspectors can earn up to 1,000 pesos in bribes daily.

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UPDATED: Canadian Seeks Help from Sinaloa Governor

A supposed accident involving a contracted painter has left the Canadian in jeopardy of losing his home.

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Jumapam dumps raw sewage in ocean

The sewage was dumped into the ocean at the rate of 12 liters per second for 4-5 hours.

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Mazatlan’s Hotels and Restaurants Lay Off Over 1,000

Over 1,000 employees in the hotel and restaurant industry have been laid off so far this year, as a result of the financial crisis that has hurt tourism, including about 500 working at Pueblo Bonito Hotels and Emerald Bay. Hotels including Playa Mazatlán, Mayan Palace, Torres Mazatlán, Hotel Paradise, Panchos Restaurant and some newer hotels

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Under-nutrition and Obesity Plague Mazatlán’s Children

The Registrar of School Health keeps statistics on each child currently enrolled in preschool, elementary, or secondary school in Sinaloa.

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Cruise Ship to Dock at Topolobampo in December

Holland America has also requested docking space in Mazatlán’s port in 2013-14.

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Venados Baseball Team Prepares for New Season

The Venados prepare for the 2012-2013 season with a new VIP section at the stadium.

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Canadian Ambassador to Mexico Visits Mazatlán

Sara Hradecky, Canada’s Ambassador to Mexico, visited Mazatlán last week on a fact-finding trip.

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Lack of Flights Stop Tourists

Luis Ramirez, consular agent for the U.S. said yesterday that the poor air connectivity to Mazatlán is a concern to the American and Canadian community.

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Change in water rates finally goes into effect

The rate will take effect from tomorrow (Thursday), a day after its publication.

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Fifty percent of Sinaloa police fail competency test

Some failures were due to being overweight, failure to have certain documents showing their education, and age.

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