With hospital beds filling up due to the rising number of confirmed coronavirus cases, Governor Mauricio Vila announced a dry law and curfew.
A young orthodontist was beaten and forced to flee his home after being attacked by men who believed his father, a doctor, had caused a man’s death.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has proposed extending restrictions on non-essential travel between Mexico and the United States until August 21.
A six-year-old boy was attacked by a crocodile in Ixtapa, Guerrero, on Tuesday afternoon and is in serious condition at a local hospital, authorities say.
Residents of a community in Hidalgo were not pleased with the performance of the mayor, so they made him go for a long and supposedly humiliating walk.
The National Council of Science and Technology built the devices with help from private organizations and universities.
More than 40 hotels in the historic center — some of which have been operating as long as 100 years — are on the verge of bankruptcy due to the coronavirus.
For at least two years three communities have been complaining about their water, which has become contaminated due to leaks caused by petroleum theft.
The Ministry of Tourism has developed a new sanitary certification system to draw foreign visitors back to Mexican tourist destinations.
The study concludes that government assistance is necessary, highlighting that additional income transfers will be urgently needed in the coming weeks.
Carmen Rodríguez has a unique fundraising strategy to help her pay for a desperately needed kidney operation. She’s raffling off a goat.
A large squadron of police in riot gear moved against a protest by families of missing persons in Guanajuato in the state’s capital city Friday.
The federal government did not update its coronavirus “stoplight” map for the first time since its debut and Hugo López-Gatell puts the blame on states.
Artists Standing Strong Together has announced a fourth night of storytelling aimed at adults.
Baja California Sur remains at the orange, high-risk level for the spread of the coronavirus with new cases mounting and hospitals pushed to the brink.
Air pollution in Mexico City is costly, according to a new tool. It has been linked to about 11,000 premature deaths so far this year.
Citizens of Las Margaritas demonstrated against the virus, claiming that the pandemic was created by the Microsoft founder to murder the elderly and sick.
Checkpoints to prevent non-essential crossings from the United States into Mexico, put in place for the July 4 weekend, were withdrawn two weeks early.
César Duarte was arrested Wednesday at Chávez Used Auto Parts, a junkyard in Miami, Florida, which he is believed to own.
Jaime Bonilla continues his battle with the federal government over a toll plaza and is calling for President López Obrador to intervene.
For years 88-year-old Bernabé Rodríguez Tovar has been making and selling pulque in Atotonilco de Tula, Hidalgo.
Four Mexican destinations made the top 25 after readers rated cities on sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping and overall value.
Baja California’s Jaime Bonilla announced Tuesday that the state would take over the Playas de Tijuana plaza. The federal government took it back Thursday.
A group of intrepid thieves attempted to steal an ATM machine from a Culiacán, Sinaloa, shopping center by dragging it away using a stolen tow truck.
Travelers at Benito Juárez International Airport will be able to enjoy free Wi-Fi in both terminals starting July 13, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum announced.