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  • Perro Agauyo Jr. died from heart attack, stroke caused by broken neck

    Perro Aguayo Jr., a legendary pro wrestler in Mexico who died Friday while competing in a match, died from a heart attack that was brought on by a cervical stroke suffered due to a broken neck, according to Ernest Franco, the official doctor for the...
  • Mexico growers, striking farmworkers to hold direct talks amid unease

    Mexico growers, striking farmworkers to hold direct talks amid unease
    One month after Mexico’s agricultural sector committed to improving the lives of farmworkers, the industry is facing its first major test as laborers in Baja California strike for higher wages, government benefits and the halt to alleged workplace...
  • Mexico's Baja farmworkers strike for better conditions

    Workers at large, export-oriented farms in the Mexican border state of Baja California have led a week of violent protests over low pay, abuses and poor conditions, threatening a harvest that supplies millions of dollars worth of tomatoes, strawberries...
  • Funeral held for Mexican wrestler killed during match

    The funeral was held Sunday for Mexican wrestler Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, known as Hijo del Perro Aguayo, who died from injuries sustained during a match in Tijuana. Aguayo, 35, was the son of the legendary Pedro "Perro" Aguayo, now retired and a member...
  • Bayless brings south-of-the-border food back north

    In Oklahoma, sports are king. When Rick Bayless was a boy and his family was watching sports, he would hop on his bicycle and head to his neighborhood library. There, he would spend hours poring over the library's extensive collection of cookbooks....
  • Families of missing Mexican students seek support in L.A.

    Families of missing Mexican students seek support in L.A.
    Families of 43 students kidnapped and presumed to have been massacred in Mexico have embarked on caravans throughout the U.S., with a march scheduled Sunday in Los Angeles to bring attention to the case. Several family members and two survivors of the...
  • Mexico lucha libre wrestler dies after match with Rey Mysterio Jr.

    Mexico lucha libre wrestler dies after match with Rey Mysterio Jr.
    The son of a Mexican wrestling legend died early Saturday from a blow suffered in the ring, the Baja California state prosecutor's office said. Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, known as Hijo del Perro Aguayo, fell unconscious on the ropes, apparently after...
  • 5.3 quake shakes central Mexico; some evacuations in capital

    A moderate 5.3-magnitude earthquake shook central Mexico on Friday, causing buildings to sway in the capital and sending hundreds of people into the streets. There were no reports of damage or casualties. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake hit...
  • Baja farmworkers' strike crimping some produce supplies in U.S.

    Baja farmworkers' strike crimping some produce supplies in U.S.
    Farmworkers protesting low wages at Mexican export farms in Baja California timed their strike for the peak of the harvest season, and their bold tactics appear to be having an impact. Produce industry growers, retailers, shippers and importers on...
  • Puerto Vallarta a good jumping-off point for Nayarit's tranquillity

    Puerto Vallarta a good jumping-off point for Nayarit's tranquillity
    Tower cranes have become a common sight in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where the ever-changing skyline reflects the resort's increasing popularity and subsequent building boom as hotels expand, renovate and create new lodgings. Vallarta has long been a...
  • Birds — and birders — flock to sleepy San Blas, Mexico

    Birds — and birders — flock to sleepy San Blas, Mexico
    Crocodiles are built for the kill. They slide slowly through a river on a warm day almost completely submerged, but able to see and hear because their eyes and ears sit atop their skulls. Then they quietly close in on prey, the only warning a set of...