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Scattered Showers, Cool Weather Forecasted

Mazatlán could experience scattered showers and low temperatures today and tomorrow due to the arrival of Cold Front No. 41.

Red Tide Begins in March

Investigator Roberto Cortez commented that the marine phenomenon can be seen in waters off Mazatlán shores during the month of March into early April.

Experts Say Students Could Have Been Burned to Death at Dump

The Mexican newspaper Milenio published an article on Wednesday saying that it had sought the opinion of two renowned specialists.

District Court: Mother’s Name Does Not Have to be Last

The District Court said the law unduly establishes a priority of man over the woman.

GM to Invest $87 Million in San Luis Potosi Plant

The San Luis Potosi plant manufacturers the Chevrolet Aveo.

México Raided “La Bestia” 153 times Last Year

The 153 raids were part of 758 immigration inspections initiated by the INM during 2014.

Net Worth of Sonora Governor Increases 9000% While in Office

Just a few weeks ago the governor released personal financial information that showed his assets totaled 261,875,633 pesos ($20 million).

Mexican Officials Capture Head of “Los Zetas”

The official said Trevino Morales was arrested in a pre-dawn raid in San Pedro Garza Garcia, a wealthy suburb of the northern city of Monterrey.

Supreme Court says Law Requiring a Showing of Fault in a Divorce is Unconstitutional

A state’s requirement of fault when there is mutual consent between the spouses, affects the “prima facie” right to free development of one’s personality.

PRI Drops in Popularity

30 percent of those surveyed preferred the PRI and 26 percent preferred the PAN.

Former México City Major Quits the PRD

Marcelo Ebrard has resigned from the leftist Party of the Democratic Revolution.

México’s Food Trade with U.S. Rises

The top five export products in terms of dollar sales were beer, tomatoes, avocados, tequila and peppers.

México’s New Attorney General

President Enrique Peña Nieto nominated Arely Gomez González for the new position.

Oaxaca Teachers want Advancement Based upon Protests Attended

CNTE in the state of Oaxaca has developed a unique approach on how to determine a teacher’s qualification for advancement.

Laundered Money Not the State’s Problem, says Sinaloa Governor

Antonio Mazzitelli, head of the United Nations office against drugs and crime in Mexico recently said little or nothing is being done against money laundering in Mexican States.