Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum and police chief Jesús Orta Martínez announced a new security strategy intended to reduce emergency response times.
For more than 50 years the Tula river has received wastewater from the Valley of México, but some residents say they have had enough.
Punctuality at the Mexico City airport throws into question the notion of “Mexican time,” according to a study of on-time performance.
President López Obrador won’t fall for provocations by the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, he told reporters this morning.
Another attempt by migrants to cross from Mexico into the United States was repelled by U.S. border patrol agents who fired tear gas over the border.
The new mayor of Santiago Tamazola, Oaxaca, resigned half an hour after taking office, opening the way for the previous mayor to be sworn in again.
The new mayor of Tlaxiaco was attacked and killed by two gunmen just minutes after taking the oath of office yesterday.
New Year’s celebrations got out of hand in at least four states, leaving several injured, including a child with a head injury caused by a stray bullet.
Mexico’s president today characterized 2018 as “a good year” and nearly half of Mexicans are in agreement, according to a new poll.
The new governor of Puebla and her husband were killed when the helicopter in which they were traveling crashed just outside the city of Puebla.
A scuba diver is dead after losing a leg in what is believed to have been a shark attack near Isla San Jorge on Tuesday.
Authorities in Baja California Sur said the companion of a Canadian woman who disappeared in Los Cabos is suspected in her death.
Authorities are searching for a Canadian woman who had been vacationing in Los Cabos but has not been seen since December 4.
A story published by a Canadian radio station — and picked up by Mexico News Daily — about a traveler who had to pay a bribe has been denied.
The suspected leader of the Nuevo León cell of the Gulf Cartel was arrested this week in Mérida after committing a traffic violation.
Worries in the travel industry that the new government would eliminate its tourism promotion agency came to fruition today.
Armed civilians killed a police officer in Jalisco today, the second such attack in two days. Six were killed Monday in La Huerta.
Mexico’s national U17 women’s soccer team made history today, becoming the first Mexican team at any age level to get to the final of a women’s world cup.
The family of a woman who drowned under suspicious circumstances was to file a civil lawsuit today for wrongful death against a Playa del Carmen hotel.
Scenic lookouts that hang out over a deep canyon are intended to bring more tourists to an area whose principal export has been migrants to the US.
Pemex has nearly tripled its estimate of the reserves in a recently discovered onshore oil field in Veracruz, making it the biggest discovery in 25 years.
It happened on a Tuesday. Merchants at the Tianguis of San Martín Texmelucan caught wind of a duo of thieves FULL STORY
Marines and armed civilians believed to be elements of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel clashed in Tomatlán, Jalisco, this morning, leaving one man dead.
The new refinery is not a done deal because the new government will accept the results of this weekend’s public consultation, says the new energy secretary.