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Son of President of Cattle Ranchers Association Murdered

The victim died from three gunshot wounds.

Where are our Teachers?

Considering that the average salary for a teacher in these states is 11,300 pesos a month, 443,208,600 pesos are unaccounted for.

Fake Licenses Flood México with Illegal Guns

Acquiring a permit to carry a .380 mil gun can cost up to 10,000 pesos.

Five Bodies Found in Sinaloa

Two sets of human remains were found Monday afternoon and the other three bodies were discovered Tuesday.

Sewage Overflows on Ave. La Marina

Neighbors said that the overflow of sewage is not new and something they have to deal with.

Marines Kill Knights Templar Drug Lord

Media reported that Enrique “Kike” Plancarte Solis was killed in the state of Queretaro.

Mexican Government Releases School Census Report

The census revealed there are 1,949,105 people employed in México’s school system.

Sinaloa sees 103 Homicides in March

March of 2014 compares favorably with March of 2010, 2011,2012, and 2013.

12,000 Paid Teachers Not in Sinaloa Classrooms

The list of education workers included 3,350 who had quit, were about to retire, were pensioners or who had died.

IMSS Director Murdered in Culiacán

Valdez Valdez, originally from Mazatlán, was attacked by armed assailants aboard a motorcycle as he drove through Culiacán.

México Imports 30% of its Milk

México needs to import a little over 4 billion liters or 30% of its local demand.

Theft of Oil from Pemex up 1,127%

During 2006 Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) had 213 cases of thefts of oil from its nationwide pipeline system.

2014 Budget for Fuel Subsidy Exceeded in First Two Months

In 2013 the federal government spent just over 105 billion pesos ($7.88 billion) for fuel subsidies.

Canadian Dies in Automobile Accident

Keler J. Alexander, 54, a Canadian living at the Marina Villas Gardens, was killed on Monday.

Government Spending up 19% in First Two Months of 2014

Spending, such as communications and transportation, health, public education, agriculture and ranching grew 19.2 percent.