The last time the country saw a similar month of poor auto sales was in 1995, the year following the Mexican peso crisis.
A “belt bomb” enabled thieves to help themselves to 14 million pesos (US $647,000) from a BBVA branch in Mexico City on Friday.
Ten people were murdered in two armed attacks in the municipalities of Celaya and San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato, on Tuesday.
Authorities in Colima found a vehicle containing the dismembered remains of seven bodies believed to be those of officers who disappeared in Jalisco.
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A Yucatán legislator has called for citizens to chase off workers from the CFE if they arrive to turn off customers’ power for nonpayment.
Ten state police officers went missing on May 28 after escorting a group of businessmen to the municipality of La Huerta in Jalisco.
Over 200 Mexican photographers raised more than 6.7 million pesos (US $300,000) to donate to the fight against Covid-19.
Federal health authorities agreed to end the shortages of several cancer medications that have plagued child cancer patients and their parents.
The nonprofit dedicated to procuring medical supplies when disaster strikes has imported 350,000 surgical masks, 30,000 face masks and 10,000 goggles.
Although the coronavirus has affected his 2020 earnings, Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez ranked in the top 30 of the 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.
The México state Attorney General’s Office has recovered almost a million stolen face masks along with the semitrailer that had been transporting them.
Mothers searching for their missing children had their drone shot out of the sky while using it to examine a rugged area of the state on Wednesday.
It is believed that the dolphins have decided to splash around near popular destinations like Huatulco and Puerto Escondido due to the lack of tourists.
The telecommunications company announced Wednesday night that a damaged fiber optic cable caused intermittent service outages during the afternoon.
Panicked citizens in Sonora have responded to reports of increased cases of Covid-19 by flocking to certified private laboratories to be tested.
Nine parents of children with cancer began a strike outside the Health Ministry in Mexico City on Wednesday to protest shortages of cancer medications.
The two were rescued unharmed after their car plunged into a sinkhole caused by intense rains in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, early Tuesday.
The arrest of a gang leader in Ciudad Jiménez on Monday sparked a series of violent confrontations between criminal elements and security forces.
Unable to observe its usual Memorial Day celebrations, the U.S. Department of Defense chose to donate the resources to the American Legion bar.
Authorities in Querétaro have asked male health workers to shave their beards so that face masks fit more snugly and better protect them from coronavirus.
A wave of gang violence left seven people dead, including two police officers, in the border city on Monday.
The mayor has some unorthodox methods for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, first a prohibition against dying from it and the second a statue.
Authorities in Acapulco, Guerrero, broke up at least three large events in the city over the weekend, obliging over 700 people to return to their homes.
As the coronavirus pandemic has shut down both the tourism and restaurant sectors, coffee producers in Oaxaca’s Sierra Sur are worried about the future.