The photographer who flew his drone over Chichén Itzá early one morning will answer to authorities who are taking legal action against him.
A secret passageway discovered under Temple of Kukulkan in Chichén Itzá could shed new light on ancient Maya beliefs.
The Centro’s notoriously difficult sidewalks are getting better and better, block by block.
After a summer break, the second stage of the current downtown facade rescue program heads north toward Parque Santa Ana.
INAH has found unexplored 19 pre-Hispanic sites containing a combined 2,000 structures buried underground at Mayapán.
Redecorated and updated from pillar to post, the historic Hotel Mérida has re-opened after being boarded up for nine years.
The water company, the electric company, and the phone and cable company are joining the city’s “permanent maintenance program” in the Centro Histórico.
A Canadian couple living here has released 179 archaeological pieces — from ancient vessels to stone pedestals — to the National Institute of Anthropology and History.
Since 2012, when the current state administration stepped in, officials have held off allowing sites like Chichén Itzá be used as a backdrop for a musical performance.
The city has been granted permission to demolish an abandoned Centro mansion that partially collapsed into the street on Saturday.