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Transparency Law Approved in Mexico

The lower house of Congress approved a transparency law requiring institutions receiving public funding to disclose how such resources were used.

Mexican Cartels Corrupting U.S. Border Agents Growing

Mexican drug cartels are having a growing influence on US border agents.

New Generation Jalisco drug cartel spreads through Mexico

As drug-related violence claims lives in Mexico, the governments of the United States and Mexico are keeping an eye on emerging drug trafficking organizations.

Tensions run high in Mexico as migrants face off with authorities in annual march

Scuffles in Mexico’s Oaxaca state as migrants marching for their annual human rights protest clash with riot police.

Two Murdered in El Rosario

Two men were murdered in El Rosario yesterday and one woman was injured.

Truck Crashes into Kindergarten, Two Children Dead

An out-of-control truck laden with bottles of purified water rammed into the wall of a kindergarten.

91 Percent of Government Corruption Cases Unresolved

Accusations against public officers and departments for mishandling funds has increased.

Health Department Inspects Local Chinese Restaurants

The Sinaloa Secretary of Health began yesterday to inspect raw and prepared foods in Chinese restaurants in south Sinaloa.

Four Million Shrimp Larvae Lost in Truck Accident

The accident left the water barrels of shrimp larvae strewn beside the highway.

Meters for Electric Cars in México City

CFE announced that it will install separate meters in the homes of the drivers of electric cars.

Los Cuinis: Richest Drug Cartel

U.S. national security agencies officials stated the Cuinis are much stronger than the Sinaloa Cartel.

Mexican Government Raids Labor Camps

The Los Angeles Times reported that Mexican authorities have rescued up to 250 workers subject to labor abuse.

Toyota to Invest $1 Billion in México Plant

President Enrique Peña Nieto will attend the announcement in México on Wednesday.

Minimum Wage Rises, so do Fees

Beginning April 1, fees for several government issued documents rose, although nominally.

Radio Centro Loses its Television Concession

Radio Centro reported that it had failed to make a required payment for its 20-year concession.