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Vendors Leave Mazatlán for Lack of Sales

The vendors have headed to Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos, and Cancún because they have not been hit as hard with the lack of tourists.

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UPDATED: City Police Chief Sought by Organized Crime Investigators

Local police and bodyguards scuffled with federal agents in the patio of the municipal building as feds attempted to detain City Police Chief Victor Manuel Zataráin Cedano.

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Warmer Weather Brings Jellyfish

The life guards are posting a white flag in the areas where jelly fish have been reported.

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City to build new Skate Park

The Mayor says the success of the skate park built on the Malecon has resulted in the need to build an additional one for the city.

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The Drought – Mazatlán and Surrounding Areas

According to the Sinaloa State Water Commission there are 433 communities in the state suffering from a shortage of water; affecting 115,753 people.

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Mazatlán’s Feral Pigeons

Feral pigeons in Mazatlán are causing serious damage to infrastructures such as the Cathedral and City Hall.

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Naval Commander Says Underground Viaducts a Ticking Time Bomb

Commander Héctor Mucharraz Brambila called on the municipality to warn homeowners of the dangers and check for illegal taps into gas lines.

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Cloned Debit Cards Hit Bank Customers

Reports of a spate of credit and debit card fraud over the weekend in Mazatlán began on local social network sites.

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Second Gas Leak Pours 150,000 Liters onto Streets

For the second time in ten days, illegal gas taps have flooded Mazatlán colonias.

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Mazatlán’s Water and its Rate Increase

Mazatlán’s Mayor, Alejandro Higuera Osuna, said Mazatlán will not run out of drinking water.

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Promoting Mazatlán as Secure is Throwing Money Away

Arturo Musi Ganem, at the presentation of the UAS study on economic damage caused by violence to south Sinaloa.

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Citizen Group Unites to Rescue Lighthouse on Creston Hill

With the goal of making El Crestón an eco-tourist site, the group plans a clean-up of the hill to mark Earth Day.

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UPDATED: Quicksilver Surfing Event Postponed

Citing lack of assistance in funding from the Secretary of Tourism, organizers are forced to postpone until August.

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Illegal Theft of Gas Forces Evacuation

Two gas leaks in the same colonia forced families from their homes and required the mobilization of civil protection agencies.

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Taxi Companies Must Pay for Unfair Competition Practices

Following a complaint brought by three private tour companies, taxi companies now face fines for monopolistic practices.

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