Just after authorities closed some of the reefs due to disease, another threat to coral has been detected: sewage discharges from hotels.
Two senior Pemex officials were secretly recorded explaining how to pay bribes at the state oil company during a 2017 dinner.
Local and state authorities are collaborating with the Catholic church to apprehend a gang that has carried out four church robberies in the last two weeks.
A scientist at the National Autonomous University has become the fourth Mexican citizen to be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
They filed criminal charges against students from a teacher training college in Michoacán for the theft of merchandise from trucks during roadblocks.
Monthly employment numbers showed gains for the first time in President López Obrador’s administration, although the increase was in temporary jobs.
The Mexico City-bound caravan that left the southern border city of Tapachula on Saturday was stopped and turned back 14 hours later.
Presumed Jalisco cartel hitmen ambushed and killed 14 state police Monday morning in the Tierra Caliente municipality.
A community in Oaxaca has accused a neighboring town of ceding control of the only spring in the area to a drug trafficking organization.
Community police are preparing an operation against the Cartel del Sur, a criminal organization they intend to ‘exterminate.’
A legalization bill to be presented in the Senate will stipulate some government control over sales and distribution, according to a Morena senator.
The colorful floats, costumed dancers and music of two parades will celebrate the Day of the Dead in the capital this year.
Just a couple of weeks after two people died on a roller coaster at Mexico City a four-year-old girl was the victim of an accident at a fair in Pachuca.
Mexico City will invest almost 4 billion pesos in an elevated trolleybus line to improve transportation in Iztapalapa.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that fiscal pressures are mounting in Mexico while economic growth “has declined sharply.”
Almost 2,000 undocumented migrants left the city of Tapachula Saturday to begin a journey north to Mexico City to seek support from President López Obrador.
Joaquín Guzmán’s family will build a university for indigenous students in Badiraguato, according to a lawyer who represented the convicted drug trafficker.
An attempt to oust a female lawmaker from the presidency of the Morelos Congress descended on Friday into a misogynistic attack.
Schools in six Chihuahua communities were closed after a gunfight between rival criminal organizations left two men dead earlier this week.
Double-digit growth is predicted in visitor numbers at historical haciendas and manors, one of the unique experiences on offer.
Federal judges have now annulled five of seven suspension orders that have delayed the start of construction at the Santa Lucía airport.
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.
The city government offered a public apology to a woman who was wrongfully arrested on charges of kidnapping and homicide.
Students from the Vasco de Quiroga teacher training college in Tiripetío hijacked at least 10 vehicles on the Morelia-Pátzcuaro highway on Friday morning.
Mexico has the highest rate of workplace stress in the world, according to the Secretariat of Labor and the International Labor Organization.