Presumed Jalisco cartel hitmen ambushed and killed 14 state police Monday morning in the Tierra Caliente municipality.
Nine people are dead after a transit bus driver in San Juan del Río attempted to race a train to a level crossing and lost.
A hurricane warning is in effect between Punto San Telmo, Michoacán, and Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, as Tropical Storm Lorena gains strength.
Tim Means, a pioneer ecotourism operator and conservationist in the Gulf of California and on the Baja peninsula died of complications with diabetes.
The number of readers who could not access Mexico News Daily was only 1.28% of the total readership, but enough to keep a publisher awake at night.
The governor of the state of México presented scholarships this week to 30 Mexican students, but they won’t be studying in Mexico.
Need some blood? Donors outside hospitals in Guadalajara are offering to sell it for between 500 pesos and 1,000 pesos (US $26-$52).
Mexico and the United States reached an agreement Friday to end the threat of a 5% tariff on Mexican goods that was to go into effect Monday.
Fitch Ratings downgraded the state oil company to junk, reducing its credit rating from investment grade to speculative with a negative outlook.
The students’ new dress code will promote equity and equality, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said in announcing the new measure.
Mexico’s Financial Intelligence Unit has made another move against the country’s biggest steelmaker and the former CEO of Pemex.
The alert level has been reduced at the Popocatépetl volcano 41 days after it was raised due to increased activity.
Gangsters in Tamaulipas turned to the box office hit movie The Avengers this week for inspiration in humiliating their victims.
A lawyer and a professor of environmental law are taking Mexico City authorities to court over changes to vehicle emissions testing.
A fun day at the fair turned into a not-so-fun day in jail for a suspected leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima petroleum theft gang.
The first quarter got off to the worst start economically in the last 10 years.The economy contracted 0.2% compared with the previous quarter.
A woman who was brutally beaten and killed in Sinaloa has been identified as Holly Horsman, originally of Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Mexico said it was considering retaliatory tariffs for US border slowdowns and a US senator warned that metal tariffs could kill trade deal.
The foreign affairs secretary expressed concern over border delays in a diplomatic note to the United States embassy on Friday.
Boxes of fake prescription forms have been uncovered through an investigation at a Coahuila hospital, revealing a major fraud at the health service.
Easter is a special time in San Miguel de Allende, with several processions and events to mark the occasion, including the Lord of the Column parade.
A Querétaro businessman had been investigated for money laundering in a case that involved presidential candidate Ricardo Anaya.
The caravan of migrants that left San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on Tuesday crossed into Mexico this morning, double the number that left.
Elba Esther Gordillo announced she will seek to regain the presidency of the SNTE, a post she held for 24 years until her arrest.
For the second time in a month a fire beneath electrical transmission lines has been blamed for a major power outage on the peninsula.