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CJNG Received Training from Guatemala and U.S. Military Personnel

New Generation Jalisco Cartel have received training from former soldiers of México, Guatemala and the United States.

Authorities Say Bacteria Contaminated Vaccine

A localized bacterial contamination appears to have been responsible for the infant vaccine causing the deaths of two babies.

“Attention Citizens” for English Speakers at Zaragoza Park

The municipal DIF office (family services) has hired an English speaking resident to take your complaints or suggestions to the Mayor’s office.

Tourism Increased in 4th Quarter of 2014

Tourism is México’s third largest source of revenue, behind oil and remittances.

Consumer Confidence Index Rises Slightly

The greatest gain was seen in shopping by household members.

Pemex Labor Liabilities Sets New Records

The debt is the unfunded liability owing to Pemex’s pensioners.

SNTE Leaders in Oaxaca earned over $500,000 as Teachers

Representatives of SNTE earned an average of 77,000 pesos ($5,133) during 2015 for “teaching” in Oaxaca’s schools.

Secretary of Tourism Advises Puerto Vallarta on Cruise Ship Security

Jalisco government authorities called on the Sinaloa Secretary of Tourism for advice on how to secure the port of Puerto Vallarta to retain cruise line business.

Fire Claims Two Lives

Preliminary investigations suggest the fire was caused by a candle.

México Opens Bidding for Oil and Gas Drilling on Mexican Soil

The National Hydrocarbons Commission approved the auction for the land-based areas in five states.

PAN Candidate for Governor of Sonora has U.S. Homes worth $7.8 Million

The PAN candidate said “with so much defamation of my character,” he will not make public his financial statement.

Sinaloa’s Mayors and Councilmen Receive Salaries as Teachers

This is a direct violation of several state laws.

The Charred Decapitated Bodies Found in Guerrero

Police, who were informed of the killings, found a narcobanner left at the crime.

Nine Killed in Tamaulipas Bus Crash

Thirty passengers were hospitalized, some in serious condition.

Former Police Chief Shot

From 2008 to 2010 Leyzaola served as police chief for Tijuana and then as police chief for Juárez from 2011 to 2013.