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Ten people, including at least one minor, were arrested in Valladolid for their involvement in organizing illegal cockfights.
Numerous students at Mérida’s Anáuac Mayab University are reportedly active in a “secret” chat group to trade intimate photos of classmates, as well as engage in cyberbullying.
Mexico has seized 198 lots of land in Quintana Roo along phase 5 of the Mayan Train's path.
Employees at the Copal hotel in Tulum say that they have been told to not speak Mayan among themselves while working.
Yesterday, a trafficked tiger cub was discovered inside a box by Mexico's national guard in Mérida's international airport.
A group of Canadian influencers is stranded in Cancun and along Mexico’s Caribbean coast after Sunwing refused to let them board their flight back home.
Construction of the Mayan Train’s rail network continues its momentum, despite at least 25 legal injunctions against the project — including two more this week.
Earlier this week a gay couple was kicked out of Six Flags Magic Mountain in Mexico City, in an act of alleged homophobia.
At Camaleón, you will find most of the usual fare you would come to expect from a cafe in Mérida’s Centro, but there is one big difference — marijuana.
Activists in Yucatán say that marriage between two people of the same sex is still being discriminated against.
It would seem that despite the consequences, smugglers have not been dissuaded from trafficking live animals through Mérida’s airport.
Approximately 100 Haitian migrants have set up camp outside the offices of Mexico's immigration authority in Chetumal.
Yucatán’s congress has passed a bill making Internet access a human right.
The protestors set up camp outside of the facility and took to laying on mats and pieces of cardboard to demonstrate their commitment to settling the issue without violence.
Feminist protestors unveiled a monument in Mérida’s Remate at the foot of the Paseo de Montejo to protest ongoing violence against women.
Yucatán's congress passed a new climate-change law Thursday to reduce auto emissions and safeguard the environment.
Mexico’s supreme court has slammed the brakes on the federal government’s plan to create a national cell phone registry.
Mexico has become the first country in North America to ban the testing of cosmetics on animals.
Dozens of bar owners and workers from around the state made their way Monday to the governor’s palace where they demanded to be heard.
Marriage equality will be voted on again for the third time in Yucatan’s legislature.