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Happy Halloween From México’s Vampire Woman (VIDEO)

Happy Halloween From México’s Vampire Woman (VIDEO)

Mexico’s Vampire woman Maria José Cristerna got a whole new bunch of implants and body modifications just in time for Halloween, check them out inside! continue reading »

U.S. Drivers Owe Ciudad Juarez $10 Million for Unpaid Traffic Citations

U.S. Drivers Owe Ciudad Juarez $10 Million for Unpaid Traffic Citations

The northern Mexico town of Ciudad Juarez is looking to collect from U.S. drivers, as more than $10 million dollars worth of tickets remain unpaid by U.S. drivers alone. continue reading »

Mexico’s Alarming Maternal Death Rate Amongst Indigenous Women

Mexico’s Alarming Maternal Death Rate Amongst Indigenous Women

The celebrations for the International Day of Rural Women has just concluded, official with figures showing that in the Mexican states continue reading »

Mexican Chef Omar Covarrubias Wins National Latino Chef of the Year

Mexican Chef Omar Covarrubias Wins National Latino Chef of the Year

Chef Omar Covarrubias was awarded the National Award for the Latino Chef of the Year at the 3rd Flavors Of Passion Awards continue reading »

7,500 Rounds of Ammunition About to be Smuggled to Mexico Seized at Border

7,500 Rounds of Ammunition About to be Smuggled to Mexico Seized at Border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers assigned to the Tucson Field Office, a component of CBP’s Joint Field Command – Arizona, arrested a man for attempting to smuggle nearly 7,500 rounds of ammunition into Mexico yesterday. continue reading »

Narco Bullet Proofing Auto Shop Raided by Mexican Authorities

Narco Bullet Proofing Auto Shop Raided by Mexican Authorities

Mexican authorities have arrested a number of people at an auto shop in the state of Sinaloa, known to bulletproof vehicles used by drug cartels. The Su continue reading »

Hurricane Rina to Impact Cruise Ships Heading Toward Mexican Ports

Hurricane Rina to Impact Cruise Ships Heading Toward Mexican Ports

Hurricane Rina that is barreling its way toward the popular Mexican resort city of Cozumel is going to impact more than a dozen cruise ships in the area. continue reading »

U.S. Officials Saying their Informants Have Successfully Infiltrated Drug Cartels

According to officials in both the U.S. and Mexico, U.S. law enforcement agencies have been able to increase their number of informants in Mexico in order to gain additional knowledge of the drug cartels south of the border. continue reading »

Princess Cruises to Return to Mexico in 2012

Princess Cruises to Return to Mexico in 2012

Princess Cruises has announced that in 2012, they will once again offer cruises from California to Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan. Chief operating officer of the Mexico Tourism Board Rodolfo L continue reading »

Tariffs on U.S. Goods Lifted as First Mexican Truck Allowed into U.S. Under New Trade Agreement

Tariffs on U.S. Goods Lifted as First Mexican Truck Allowed into U.S. Under New Trade Agreement

In 2009, the United States refused to allow anymore Mexican trucks across the border to make deliveries deep into the U.S., but Presidents Obama and Calderon came to an agreement in April that would comply with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) obligations, and once again allow Mexican trucks into the U.S. continue reading »

Mexican Government Hands Out 6 Millionth Energy-Saving Light Bulb  (VIDEO)

Mexican Government Hands Out 6 Millionth Energy-Saving Light Bulb (VIDEO)

Mexico's President Felipe Calderón handed out the sixth millionth energy saving light bulb as part of his administration's Sustainable Light Program. continue reading »

Illegal Silicone Butt Injections from Mexico to be Discussed at Medical Conference

Illegal Silicone Butt Injections from Mexico to be Discussed at Medical Conference

The 30-year-old woman arrived at the Henry Ford Hospital emergency room in Detroit out of breath and coughing blood. It didn't take long for doctors to figure out why continue reading »

15-Year Mexican Teen Detained as Narco Leader and Killer of 2 Female Associates

15-Year Mexican Teen Detained as Narco Leader and Killer of 2 Female Associates

Mexico once again has a teen-narco killer on its hands, known by the nickname of “El Gallito” or “The Little Rooster”, who is alleged to have run a drug gang and have murdered two female underlings of his. continue reading »

First Mexican Carrier Set to Cross Border

First Mexican Carrier Set to Cross Border

Transportes Olympic, a Monterrey, Mexico-based carrier, completed a safety audit to become the first Mexican trucking company to receive Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration permission to operate beyond the U.S. commercial border zone on Friday. continue reading »

Mexico’s President Calderon Says “El Chapo” Guzman of the Sinaloa Cartel Could be in U.S.

Mexico’s President Calderon Says “El Chapo” Guzman of the Sinaloa Cartel Could be in U.S.

Mexican President Felipe Calderon is now claiming that fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman possibly no longer in Mexico, giving gone north into the United States. continue reading »