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4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Dec. 05--Back in the '90s, a new wave of Mexican filmmakers began to make a global splash.
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8 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
Madera County sheriff's spokeswoman Erica Stuart said deputies arrested three people Wednesday in connection with mail theft after rural mail boxes were broken into.
9 hrs ago | PickupTrucks.com
Toyota has been making Tacoma trucks and beds at its Toyota Motor Manufacturing Baja California plant, just outside Tijuana, Mexico, for more than 10 years, producing close to 60,000 pickups for sale in North America.
13 hrs ago | Watersblogged
Source: video.adelaidenow.com.au --- Thursday, December 05, 2013Mexican authorities found a stolen truck and the dangerous Radioactive material it was carrying and were working Wednesday to safely collect the substance which was removed from its protective casing, a government official said.
This image released Dec. 4, 2013 by the National Commission on Nuclear Safety and Safeguards of Mexico's Energy Secretary shows a piece of machinery that is part of the cargo of a stolen truck hauling medical equipment with extremely dangerous rad - Mexican police have located a truck that was stolen earlier this week, carrying highly dangerous ... (more)
TONY EASTLEY: A couple of thieves in Mexico have triggered an international alert after they stole a truck carrying highly radioactive cobalt-60.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency based in Vienna issued a statement this morning about the theft of a truck in Mexico that contained radioactive material.
Mexican officials notified the International Atomic Energy Agency's Incident and Emergency Center that a truck carrying a radiotherapy machine used in cancer treatment was stolen Monday morning.
Thieves in Mexico have stolen a truck containing potentially "extremely dangerous" radioactive material used in medical treatment, the UN atomic watchdog said Wednesday.
New numbers obtained by 10News show American tourists are slowly starting to return to Tijuana, but it is not quite the rebound that is being trumpeted by the Mexican government.
Mayor Jorge Astiazaran, facing camera, during his swearing in ceremony on Saturday night at Tijuana City Hall.
Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr. was given a chance to regain the 115 lb. belt he lost at the scales earlier this year.
Tijuana-based tour guide Derrik Chinn leads Michael Beverly and his wife Amanda, both of Newfoundland, Canada, on an evening walk along the Mexican side of the border as floodlights beam through the border structure from the United States side, in Tijuana, Mexico.