Drainage workers free up a massive flood in Plaza Las Americas

The flooding at Plaza Las Americas reached 1.5 meters in height Mérida, Yucatán.- The City.

Increased rainfall expected in the Yucatan Peninsula

A tropical wave, cold front and two troughs interact starting today in the region A.

Mérida City Council is committed to the protection of fauna

Mérida, Yucatán, (October 06, 2021) .- The Mérida City Council presented the programs aimed at.

Smart City Expo Latam Congress starts in Yucatán, in hybrid format

Representatives from more than 300 cities attend the Smart City Expo Latam Congress. The event.

FGE investigates possible homicide in Francisco de Montejo, Mérida neighborhood

Judge authorizes the Prosecutor’s Office to enter the house where they found a body in.

Promoting the value of the Maya house as Cultural Heritage

Yucatan and Campeche seek to have the value of the Mayan house declared a cultural.

“POLITICAL ACT OF RESISTANCE”: Lesbian and bisexual women called to participate in kissathon in Mérida

MÉRIDA, MX.- As a political act of resistance from feminist lesbianism, collectives in Yucatán are.

Feeding animals on the streets of Merida is now prohibited

Mérida, Yucatán.- Animal rights defenders said they are against the modification to Mérida’s Wildlife Protection.

Yucatan will host Southeast Cup of the Ancestral Sport of the Pelota Maya

Mérida, Yucatán.- On October 16, the First Southeast Mexican Cup of the Ancestral Sport of.

Mérida City Council agrees new urban and cultural projects with Brazil

The meeting with the mayors of Brazil with Renán Barrera opens opportunities to develop innovative.

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Mexico’s Covid Tzar Hugo Lopez-Gatell calls mask-wearers “egotistical”

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government’s point man for the coronavirus pandemic has once again made waves by calling…

Hooters employees are pushing back against new revealing uniforms

New shorts are so short that they're 'like underwear'... Some Hooters employees are speaking out on social media against a…

Mexico’s corn imports are on track to break annual record

Mexico’s imports of corn, mostly from the U.S., are on track to break their annual record potentially reaching 17.9 million…

SEDENA awards contract to presidential aide’s firm

Mexico’s Ministry of Defense awarded last year two water pump maintenance contracts worth US $54,000 to a company partially owned…

In the middle of the night, a man drowned at the Chelem Ría in Progreso, Yucatan

Progreso, Yucatán, (October 16, 2021).- Due to an unfortunate accident, a subject drowned in Chelem, Progreso municipality when he was fishing in the…