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2014 Tourism “Best in History”

The Secretariat of Tourism, Claudia Ruiz Massieu Salinas, reported the first half of 2014 was the best in the history of tourism in México.

Remittances up 8.4% in July

Remittances amounted to $955,660,000, an increase of 8.4 percent over the same month in 2013.

Some Shrimp Fishermen Head to Sea despite Weather

There was no consensus among the 12,000 legal fishermen in the state to leave shore during the storm.

Shrimping Season Begins Tomorrow

The fishing ban will end beginning at 6:00 am on September 14.

Sinaloa Prepares to Fight Junk Food in its Schools

Most of the schools in the state comply with the sale of healthy foods.

Coahuila Votes to Approve Same-sex Marriages

On September 1 the congress of the state of Coahuila by a 19-1 vote legalized same-sex marriage within the state.

Bidding for Broadcast Concessions Began Tuesday

Yesterday began the bidding process those interested in obtaining radio spectrum for two new digital broadcast networks with national coverage.

8 People Murdered in Sinaloa on Monday

Violence was rampant on Monday when eight people were murdered in the state of Sinaloa, all before noon.

México to Lead Latin America in Growth

México was in fact the only country in Latin America that reported higher exports in the second quarter of the year.

Sinaloa Schools in Deplorable Condition, says Study

47.5 percent of Sinaloa public schools do not have drainage.

Mexican Woman Claims to be Oldest Living Human at 127 Years

Leandra Becerra Lumbreras, living in Zapapon, Jalisco, was born on August 31, 1887.

Drug Cartels Consider Alliance

The Juarez organization and Los Zetas are among the groups trying to create a “cartel of cartels.”

Pemex Predicts Drop in 2014 Oil Production

México’s crude production has fallen by about 30 percent.

Mexico in the middle of immigration debate (video)

Mexico debates how best to deal with the seemingly unending flow of tens of thousands of undocumented Central Americans.

Government calls toxic spill Mexico’s worst modern mining disaster (video)

Mexican government officials confirm that some 40-thousand cubic meters of toxic waste water spilled from a copper mine in early August.