As the summer season winds down, officials release good news-bad news data that finds fewer accidents, including crashes caused by drunk driving.
Be careful walking in the Centro. That’s a given, but be particularly careful at 68 y 57.
Campeche is at the top of a list ranking Mexico’s most peaceful states. Its peninsular neighbor, Yucatan, is in the top 5.
The city has a new tool to hunt down out-of-order street lights: A small, remote-controlled “drone.”
As part of the Campaign Against National Influenza 2014, the Yucatán Health Sector yesterday launched a vaccination campaign in time for peak flu season.
Not all spy cams are created equal. Mérida police maintain surveillance cameras across the city, but they’re hack-proof, unlike many home camera systems.
Despite its dangers, Guatemala seems to attract rugged tourists. If you’re feeling brave, it’s still a good idea to check the U.S. State Department travel safety page.
Numerous bicycling clubs will rally Monday to demand that authorities do more to foster a safe and encouraging environment for people riding on two wheels.
Army trucks in the Hotel Zone are inevitably a sign of a high-level meeting happening somewhere, and the last two days were no exception.
The busy intersection of Calles 55 and 60 became an outdoor hospital when 10 passengers were injured in a taxi van collision yesterday morning.