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Natural Gas Pipeline on Mazatlán Doorstep

The Sinaloa Governor and Mazatlán Mayor visited the pipeline route 12 kilometers outside Mazatlán.

Tickets for Cultura Events Available in the Golden Zone

Cultura recently announced it will have a representative selling tickets at Rico’s Café.

Ejidatarios Maintain Take-Over of Toll Booth on Maz-Durango Autopista

It has been 32 days since members of five ejidos from Pueblo Nuevo took over the Coscomate toll booth.

Police Begin “Zero Tolerance” Following Shootout on Monday

Yesterday municipal and transit police were seen throughout the Zona Dorada.

Sale of Venados Baseball Team Almost a Reality

The stumbling block revolves around the annual Mazatlán Marathon and Triathlon.

First Quarter GDP Growth Exceeds Expectations

During the January through March period the GDP recorded an increase of 0.04 percent from the previous quarter.

10 Killed 20 Injured in Guerrero Gun Battle

Ten people were killed and 20 were wounded on Wednesday during a gunfight in the state of Guerrero.

Bank of México cuts Growth Outlook

The bank also lowered its 2016 forecast to between 2.5-3.5 percent from 2.9-3.9 percent.

México’s First Quarter FDI Reaches Historic High

Among the inflow of FDI were the acquisition of shares in telecommunications companies Iusacell and Unefon by AT&T.

May 20, 1506

On this date Christopher Columbus died in Spain. On October 12, 1492 he discovered what he thought was a new route to India, never thinking he had discovered the New World which would be named America.

Acapulco loses another International Hotel

Airline traffic to the resort city reflects Acapulco’s economic woes.

U.S. Lawmakers Mount Effort to Stop Trade War with México and Canada

The meat standard has always been opposed by a sizeable bloc within the U.S. Congress.

13 People Reported Missing After Vigilantes Withdraw from Chilapa

On May 9 a group of armed men claiming to be self-defense forces from surrounding towns, took over Chilapa, Guerrero.

Eight Civilians Killed in Jalisco Shootout

Federal authorities reported that on Monday a shootout in the municipality of Villa Purificacion, left eight civilians dead.

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