Airlines are punished for making passengers suffer, under a bill that has passed the lower house of Congress.
During the months of April and May, INAH will continue conservation work at Palacio Cantón.
The expansion at the Liverpool Galerías Mérida will sacrifice its ice rink, putting more conventional features, according to a website that tracks the city’s building projects.
After a long journey to Mexico, the last thing a traveler wants to do is play “traffic light lottery.” So Customs is phasing it out.
According to the Historic Center’s caleseros, the demand for their services increased by 50 percent over Easter weekend.
Forced to leave his family in Detroit after 19 years, Mario Hernandez-Delacruz will live with his sister in the Cancun area.
Attendance has exceeded expectations at the various “Mérida, American Capital of Culture” offerings. For the Festival de las Luces alone, 150,000 visitors followed the lights.
The state government is violating Uber drivers’ right to work, charges Silvia América López Escoffié of the Citizens’ Movement in Yucatán.
Plans have been announced to build a commemorative park near the site where famous Mexican actor Pedro Infante crashed his plane 60 years ago today.
Recent advancements in archeological technology will be behind a three-year study of Yucatán’s Puuc region.