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Aquarium Rescues 100,000 Turtle Eggs This Year

This number supersedes the record number of 722 rescued in 2010.

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Mazatlecans turn over Firearms, Grenades

Mazatlecans have already turned into the police department 102 firearms and 11 grenades.

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October Begins with Car Accidents, Detentions

The first week of October in Mazatlán began with a series of car accidents and hundreds of arrests for public disturbance.

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Playa Verde Camacho Put on Conservation List

Certifying Playa Verde Camacho for conservation only opens the door to ecotourism for Mazatlán, says Mayor.

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Mazatlán’s Informal Markets Filled to Capacity

The informal market is so saturated that the municipality will not issue one more permit.

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Mayor’s Ex-Bodyguard Arrested for Theft

Mayor Higuera told reporters it was not the first time the bodyguard was accused of illegal activities.

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Possible Candidates for 2013 Mayoral Contest Speak Up

The election for Mayor of Mazatlán next summer has interested candidates speaking to the media.

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Increase in bus fares put on hold

The increase in fares was not published in the Official Journal of the State of Sinaloa.

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Profepa seizes 42 tons of hazardous waste in Mazatlán

The driver had incomplete documentation for the cargo.

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Boxer Chavéz Jr. Fined, Suspended Indefinitely

Chávez Jr. tested positive for marijuana in his system.

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Sinaloa Business Closures Highest in Three Years

213 Sinaloa businesses closed their doors from August 2011 to August 2012.

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Turtle Eggs Confiscated

Harvesting turtle eggs contravenes the law protecting the species.

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UPDATED: Tourist Transport Dispute Heats Up—Again

Six transport inspectors pulled over the empty Atamsa vans, eventually confiscating them temporarily.

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City Bus Fares to Increase

For urban buses with air conditioning the rate will increase from 7 pesos to 7.50.

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Police Chief Says Changes are Coming

While violent car thefts have decreased, thefts of parked cars have increased, particularly in two colonias.

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