Seeing on the ring road at night will soon be a little easier.
Passengers escaped a fire that destroyed an entire city bus in the Centro on Friday.
More than 2,500 meters of copper and aluminum cable valued at just over half a million pesos has been stolen since March.
Two large banks are apparently fighting off hackers, slowing bank transactions at both institutions.
The Escudo Yucatán (Yucatán Shield) program, which is wiring up the city with surveillance cameras, will be fully implemented in August, state officials said.
Although municipal officials demolished several dilapidated mansions in the Centro last year, it is unclear how the Sidra Pino plant has escaped the wrecking ball.
Gunmen on jet skis shot at a beach vendor at the Riu Palace in Cancun, an unprecedented encroachment of violence into the hotel zone.
Random checks will instruct drivers to take a selfie before meeting their next customer.
Yucatán continues to enjoy its status as the state with Mexico’s lowest crime numbers, according to the green, yellow and red lights of the Semáforo Delictivo.
The Directorate of Civil Protection has asked Francisco I. Madero Market tenants to replace rusted rooftop propane tanks within 15 days.