Low-Pressure Area Forming Tonight to Bring More Rain to Yucatán

The National Hurricane Center has confirmed that a broad area of low pressure will form tonight in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, specifically in the Bay of Campeche. This type of phenomenon previously led to Tropical Storm “Alberto.” This new low-pressure system has a significant chance of developing into a tropical depression within the next […]

Five minors with a report of disappearance were located in Yucatán.

Even though the number of missing persons increases in Quintana Roo in just one day, Yucatán authorities found five missing minors who had been previously reported in search records by the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE). The Specialized Unit for the Search of Missing and Unlocated Persons (UBP) in Yucatán announced that a 15-year-old minor […]

Women Could Head Two New CFE Plants in Yucatán

The participation of women in Mexico’s energy sector is increasing, although it still faces significant challenges, as revealed at the “Women in Energy” forum held during the Third Edition of the Peninsular Electrical Expo organized by the Yucatecan Association of Electric Constructors (AYCE). Statistics presented at the event show a mixed picture. On the one […]

Cecilia Patrón Forms a Council with Female Power 

Cecilia Patrón, the elected mayor of Mérida, will have a gender-balanced City Council, where women will play a prominent role, as 11 out of the 19 positions are allocated to them.  During a meeting, the elected councilors from the PAN and PRI received their certificates as members of the upcoming Mérida City Council and set […]

No Charge for Cell Phone and Tablet Use in Archaeological Zones 

Following a rumor circulating on social media about a 60 pesos fee for using cell phones, tablets, and non-professional cameras to enter archaeological sites in the state, the Cultural Patronage has clarified that this information is false, and no charge will be applied at tourist sites.  The state agency stated that it does not have […]