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México Intervenes in “Anchor Baby” Lawsuit

The parents argue that the 14th Amendment automatically grants citizenship to babies born in the United States.

México’ Exports of Organic Produce Tops $600 Million

Coffee accounts for 50 percent of organic exports.

Babies Sold in México

16 arrest warrants have been issued, which appear to cover some of the adoptive parents.

32 Tons of Drugs Seized in July

Other seizures during the month of July included 5,210,058 Mexican pesos and $11,573,278 U.S. dollars.

August 29, 1927:

On this day telephone service began between Mexico and Washington.

Movies Playing Aug 28 – Sept 03

The Mazatlan Messenger reviews this week’s movie selections including The 33 starring Antonio Banderas.

August 28, 1846

On this date the United States army took possession of Alta California, proclaiming its independence and naming it the Republic of California.

No Room for Crocodiles at Aquarium

13 baby crocodiles were born at Mazatlán’s aquarium, an addition to the 11 born last year.

Fifth Grade Students Receive Free Tablets

Local fifth grade students in Mazatlán, Concordia and San Ignacio are now using computer tablets for research and homework.

Municipal Slaughter House Shut Down Again

Once again the Mazatlán municipal slaughter house located in Colonia Rafael Buelna has been closed down.

México Airlifts Big Cats to Colorado

The animals were found mistreated or abandoned.

México’s Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.3% in July

Unemployment in México recorded a drop of 0.1 percent in July compared to June.

Peña Nieto Announces Changes in his Cabinet

He acknowledged the work of the officials who are leaving their office.

Merida is Best City in Which to Live

Chilpancingo, Guerrero was the worst city in which to live.

Mazatlán: Fourth Best City to Live in Mexico

Mazatlán has been named one of the “Most Habitable Cities in México in 2015″ in a recent national poll.