Welcome to Cancun Today, where the sun is always shining, the waves are always crashing, and the news is always sizzling! Let's dive right into today's headlines:
In a heartwarming story, the Quintana Roo Prosecutor's Office has been in talks with the mothers of missing persons. We can only hope that their efforts lead to finding answers and closure for these families.
Meanwhile, companies in Cancun are getting serious about honesty - or at least, they're testing it. That's right, folks, you heard it here first: the era of the lie detector test is over, and now it's time for honesty tests. We can only imagine what kind of questions they're asking...
Unfortunately, not all news in Cancun is good news. The international summit that was scheduled to take place here has been suspended due to the health of AMLO, the President of Mexico. We wish him a speedy recovery.
On the bright side, Quintana Roo is leading the way in economic growth for Mexico! We don't know about you, but we're feeling pretty good about being in the right place at the right time.
Mayor Mara Lezama is doing her part to support entrepreneurs by creating a new institute to give them direct support. We're all about fostering innovation and creativity here in Cancun, so we're excited to see what kind of businesses this will bring to our city.
On a more literary note, it seems that the Casa de la Cultura's library needs some love - they're only receiving 15 visitors a day! Come on, people, let's show our support for the arts and get reading.
Now, for a not-so-fun fact: Cancun has the highest price for magna gasoline in all of Mexico, according to the CRE. We know, we know, it's a bummer. But don't worry, we've still got plenty of sunshine to go around.
Speaking of sunshine, Fonatur has cast a bit of a shadow on Cancun's 53rd-anniversary picnic. The agency banned the event, but citizens are defying them and carrying on with the celebrations anyway. Way to stick it to the man, Cancun!
Last but not least, it seems that a millionaire has been caught evading $543.8 million in lodging tax in Quintana Roo. Yikes. We're not sure what kind of luxury accommodations they were staying in, but it looks like they won't be doing that again anytime soon.
That's all for today's news, folks! Thanks for tuning in to Cancun Today, where the news is always hot and the drinks are always cold.