Fully one-quarter of escalator breakdowns on the Mexico City Metro are caused by people urinating on them, according to authorities.
The presidential plane is coming back to Mexico after failing to sell during the nine months it spent in a hangar in the United States.
President López Obrador announced that the government will auction off aircraft belonging to seven government departments.
Justice for the massacre will serve as an example that crime committed during the current government will be punished, President López Obrador said.
Anyone looking to snack on esquites in San Miguel de Allende can do so Styrofoam-free: vendors have replaced the plastic cups with corn husks.
Hospital staff, patients and many members of the general public remain unsure about how Insabi, the replacement for Seguro Popular, actually works.
Tracie Lyn Willis, an activist and president of an environmental nonprofit, said she was attacked by two men with knives.
A clandestine grave containing at least 29 bodies was found in an area where over 80 illegally buried cadavers have been found since November.
China’s ambassador said two Chinese banks are providing financing to build the new oil refinery, but the government said it was unaware of any arrangement.
The foundations and other structural remains of an ancient settlement have been uncovered in the historic center of the Mexico City borough.
The grandfather of an 11-year-old boy who shot and killed his teacher and wounded six others before shooting himself was arrested on Monday.
Every family in San Pedro Itzicán, a community of just over 5,000 residents, knows at least one person with kidney disease.
The newly founded Mexico City medical university has begun taking applications and will begin classes in June.
The government’s new health scheme will not be completely free as President López Obrador claimed, says the leader of the national health workers’ union.
Traditional reusable shopping bags seem to be making a comeback in Mexico City, where a ban on single-use plastic bags went into effect on January 1.
The Magical Town grows a little more magical in January and February with the bright blooms of its sunflower fields, popular among visitors.
A woman suspected of being a leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel was fatally wounded in a clash with federal and state forces on Friday.
Discoveries at the site of the new Mexico City airport will not be made public because releasing such information would compromise national security.
Young people in Iztapalapa can let their imaginations take flight at a new library built into a converted airplane.
The company, which started as a taco restaurant in Mexico City in 2004, plans to increase its presence in Mexico by 50% this year.
A scientific analysis of a gold ingot found beneath a Mexico City street almost 40 years ago has confirmed that it was part of Spanish plunder.
Mexico City Attorney General Ernestina Godoy will continue to head up the justice system as the city switches over to the new fiscalía general.
Parents of students at the Coahuila school where an 11-year-old carried out a deadly shooting on Friday morning had rejected a backpack inspection program.
A man suspected of raping and killing a six-year-old girl in Chiapas was beaten and burned alive by angry residents on Friday morning.
The Attorney General’s Office has been respectful of the concept but there are elements in the government that don’t respect it, says attorney general.