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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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Mazatlán drainage system suffers from Miriam rains

The force of the water removed between 30 and 40 manhole covers.

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First 10 days of shrimp season: low catch but good size

Shrimp trawlers have offloaded three to five tons on average.

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Alliance of City Buses wants to change payment method

Although the number of robberies of city buses is down, violence is increasing.

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Crew of shrimp trawler rescued from vessel (video)

The surprise strong winds and large waves of Tropical Storm Norman caused shrimp boats to head to port for safety.

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Surprise Inspection Removes 16 Buses from Circulation

Six were removed for lack of permits and 10 for defects.

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5 million pesos authorized for “Kilometer Zero”

5 mil. pesos has been approved for the construction of a skateboard rink, soccer field, playground and bike path.

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22 Million Pesos More for Centro Historico Upgrade

The funds will be used in remodeling the façades of buildings and sidewalks, and installing underground cables in Centro Historico.

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Real Estate Investment Picks Up in Marina and Cerritos

Buyers of the land originate from Durango, Coahuila, Nuevo León, the State of Veracruz and Texas.

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Cal Jet to begin flights into Mazatlán in December

State and Municipal governments put up over $1 million dollars to back up Cal Jet flights to Mazatlán.

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#Yo Soy132 Students Detained at Independence Day Celebration

Media reported the students were not charged and were released at 11pm.

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Neighbours Win “Obstruction of View” Civil Suit – For Now

Municipal secretary, Renato Ocampo Alcántar, says the municipality will appeal the decision.

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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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