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Holiday Traffic Bottlenecks at La Marina

The long wait saw some impatient drivers drive their cars over sidewalks in an effort to move forward.

April 18, 1965

On this date Guillermo González Camarena, inventor of the coloured television, died in an automobile accident at the age of 48.

Restaurants Sales up 30%

Employment at local restaurants was up 15 percent during the first part of the week.

Mexican Troops Free 179 Kidnapped Migrants

Mexican troops have freed 179 undocumented Central America migrants bound for the United States.

Four Migrants Riding “The Beast” Murdered

Three of the dead were Mexicans and the fourth was from Honduras.

Profepa to let Beer Stands Remain Open

Ten beer stands that were scheduled to open on Mazatlán’s beaches could not do so because the breweries sponsoring the beer stands had not obtained the necessary permits.

Movies Playing April 18 – 24

Our resident film critic Ken Albanese reviews this week’s movie selections including The Amazing Spider Man 2 starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx.

UPDATED: Accident Leaves Sinaloa Auditor General in Coma

The Auditor General is reported in serious condition.

Mayor Makes First Change in his Cabinet

Nadia Haydée Vega Olivas has resigned as head of the Urban Planning and Development department.

Profepa Closes Beer Stands

Marbiel Chollet, Coordinator of Profepa in the south, said no permits had been issued for the beer stands.

Carlos Felton: No Beer on Ave. Del Mar

The Mayor said Avenida Del Mar is 100 percent for families, while Olas Altas is for fun, dance, music and alcohol for those who want to drink.

Drug Cartel Leader Captured in México City

Arnoldo Villa Sanchez was arrested along with another man believed to be his bodyguard.

Mayors of Two Michoacán Towns Arrested

Noé Octavio Aburto was arrested for probable responsibility in the crime of embezzlement.

April 17, 1695

On this date Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz died.

Fishermen Donate Free Fish to Poor Families

Two tons of fresh fish were donated to 2,000 families living on the periphery of the city.