In one of Mexico’s safest cities, a growing number of citizen patrols want to keep it that way.
Calm has returned to a safety-box facility after hundreds of nervous customers lined up to retrieve their valuables.
With half of all traffic accidents on the Periférico linked to speeding, traffic engineer René Flores Ayora has what may seem a sensible idea.
Militarized authorities in camouflage were in full force Wednesday, not to seize drugs or arms, but apparently counterfeited “Gorditos Yucatecos.”
Cabify will add a panic button to its app so passengers can alert authorities in a crisis.
The city has plenty of dicey intersections, but three of them have been named the most dangerous of them all.
For safety violations that would have previously resulted in warnings, five Mérida businesses have been shut down and seven more have been fined up to 300,000 pesos.
The state attorney general today formally recognized a group of 60 forensic scientists and police officers who completed a training course in Crime Scene Investigation, a U.S.-Mexico collaboration under the Mérida Initiative.
Reports of tainted, bootleg liquor at all-inclusive resorts on the Riviera Maya will not result in a travel warning from the U.S. Consulate, which does not have “sufficient information.” Tracking down details has been difficult for many reasons.
Stepped-up security measures from the U.S. Homeland Security Department affect travelers coming in to the States from 280 international airports, including Mexico’s and Canada’s.