List/Grid

National News Subscribe to National News

Journalist Anabel Hernandez discusses cartel violence in Mexico

She is the author of Narcoland: The Mexican Drug Lords.

Mexican mayor and wife arrested

A mayor and his wife who authorities suspect of plotting a mass abduction have been arrested.

Gang suspects confess to mass killings

Suspected gang members in Mexico have confessed to killing more than 40 missing students and burning their remains in a garbage dump.

President’s APEC trip aimed at improving trade ties with China

Peña Nieto and a host of high-level officials will travel to the APEC forum and begin an official visit to China.

Sinaloa Second in the Country in Police Firings

Last month Sinaloa Governor Mario López Valdez stated 40 percent of the State’s police did not pass the exams.

AT&T to Acquire Iusacell

The sale comes a few months after AT&T sold its stake in America Movil.

Remittances up in México and Sinaloa

The number of transactions totaled 6.75 million for September.

Missing Students were Slain

The Attorney General told reporters three Warriors United gang members confessed to having killed the students and burned their bodies.

Murder of Elderly Women Concern Police

In 13 days two elderly women were murdered in Urías.

México Revokes High Speed Train Concession

Peña Nieto revoked the deal three days before flying to China for an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.

México to be First Country to get Dengue Vaccine

The incidence of dengue fever in Sinaloa is 87.67 reported cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

Pemex to Build $6 Billion Gas Liquefaction Plant

Pemex’s goal is to transport natural gas from the Gulf of México over the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

Body of Missing Journalist Found near Los Mochis

Mexican journalists have been the victim of at least 222 incidents of aggression so far this year.

630 Hectares of Crops Flooded in Sierra Madres

Crops were flooded in Barrón and El Walamo when the Presidio River overflowed its banks as a result of opening the sluice gates of the Picachos Dam.

Mazatlán’s Port Reopens for Small Vessels

The port has reopened for small vessels for fishing and recreation after tropical storm Vance moved northeast of the city.