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Until México can get its governmental entities to address the noise pollution that affects many of us, those that suffer have little hope.
Walls collapsed breaking windows, causing flooding in the waiting room and damaging medical files.
Between July 1 and 29 there were 86 reported traffic accidents.
With the tourist season in full swing the city’s hotels seem bent on running the tourists off.
It is not surprising that there is a black market for buying jobs at Pemex.
Article 51 of an amended law limits media’s coverage of criminal acts.
A district judge overturned a permit to Monsanto to plant genetically modified [GM] soybeans in Yucatán.
The vehicles, including 16 new motorcycles, were purchased locally for 2,860,000 pesos.
On this date Russia sold Alaska to the United States for 7.2 million dollars.
Our resident film critic Ken Albanese reviews this week’s movie selections including Guardians of the Galaxy starring Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana.
The tournament runs until August 10 with games being played at both the baseball stadium and Benito Juárez sports complex.
Former councilor Lamberto Barraza Cázares (a.k.a. “El Poty”) has been arrested for aggravated robbery.
Tourists have been flocking to beaches to escape the heat and humidity.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its forecast of México’s economic growth from 3.0 to 2.4 percent for 2014.
Under the proposal, Pemex, the labor union, and the government would each accept one-third of the outstanding liability.