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Vecinos con Cariño –Neighbors Who Care Part II of II

Rudy’s and Bob’s idea has gone beyond its original scope. All primary public schools in Mazatlán are in the process of being connected to their Wi-Fi network.

March 2, 1822

On this date in Texcoco Doña Manuela Medina died. She was the heroine of the fight for Independence for which she was given the rank of Captain in the insurgent army. She was born in Taxco, Guerrero.

Mexico Triumphs in Gran Pacífico Triathlon 2015

Mexico dominated the winners’ stands at the 14th edition of the Gran Pacífico Triathlon on Sunday in the Elite division.

Municipal Gov’t Pays “Unknown” Company for Police Station Land

The land is located in Colonia Huertos Familiares and is supposedly the property of Arko Consultores.

México’s Crude Oil Sales Fall 47.3% in January

Exports last month fell 1.8 percent from a year earlier to $26.57 billion.

Aerocalafía Reopens Mazatlán-Chihuahua Route

The route that began last November was suspended in January.

January Unemployment Rate Drops

The INEGI reported that of those who are employed, 67.7 percent are employees, 22.6 percent work independently.

Authorities Seize 15 Tons of Marijuana at U.S.-México Border

Plastic-wrapped packages of marijuana were found stacked floor to ceiling inside the trailer.

Health Department Finds Irregularities in Drug Store Doctors

The inspection found consulting rooms did not adhere to even basic regulations for attending patients.

Is Legal Marijuana Threatening Mexican Drug Cartels? (video)

With an increasing number of states legalizing weed, the Mexican drug cartels are left with less demand for their most popular product.

Mexico’s Disappeared (video)

As Mexico reels over the disappearance of 43 students, Fault Lines unravels years of crime, corruption and impunity.

Mexico captures most wanted drug kingpin ‘La Tuta’

Servando Gomez Martinez, also known as “La Tuta”, was reportedly captured in the city of Morelia.

Pope’s offensive phrase generates controversy between Mexico and the Vatican

Pope’s offensive phrase generates controversy between Mexico and the Vatican.

New report in Mexico highlights abuse of mentally ill women

More than 40% of the women interviewed had been sterilized.

Tensions high in Mexico after teacher dies in Acapulco protest

More demonstrations in Mexico after a teacher dies during a violent protest.