National Post - The family of a man from Coquitlam, B.C., who has gone missing in Mexico is seeking information about what they believe is a kidnapping. Diego Hernandez, 22, was last seen May 8 in Puerto Vallarta, where he’d been a martial arts instructor.
AP - The Popocatepetl volcano near Mexico City is still rumbling. Mexico's National Disaster Prevention Center says seismic activity shook the area early Sunday. And the 5,450-meter mountain also emitted gas, ash and glowing-hot rocks.
AP - An airline passenger from Mexico caught in Texas with nearly 4 pounds of heroin in her suitcases has been sentenced to three years in prison. Yessica Chanel Cabanillas-Torres arrived on a United Airlines flight from Ecuador heading to Newark, N.J.
AP - A judge on Saturday issued an order for the imprisonment of two waiters accused in the beating death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of civil rights activist Malcolm X, the Mexico City attorney general's office said.
Motley Fool - Last year, the energy trade between the U.S. and Mexico topped $65 billion. That trade represented 11.4 percent of U.S. total oil imports. The oil trade is much larger than the drug trade.
Fox News Latino - Mexico's government said it will create a special investigative unit to search for the missing, heeding a request by relatives of the disappeared who have been on a hunger strike for days. There are at least 26,121 people missing.
Automotive News - Audi purchasing chief Bernd Martens said the planned factory in San Jose Chiapa, Mexico, will buy 90 percent of its components from local sources in six years. So far no other Audi location has done that.
Bloomberg - Grupo Hevi, the closely held owner of Mexico’s Telecable TV service, has hired Barclays to explore a sale. A sale would put one of the biggest remaining independent cable companies in Mexico up for grabs. The firm could fetch more than $500 million.
AFP - When Malcolm X's grandson was killed in Mexico City last week his name joined the hundreds of US citizens who have been murdered in the country in recent years. Mexico has seen more homicides of Americans than any other part of the world in the past decade.
Reuters - Two Mexican firms embroiled in a contractual dispute with Yahoo will appeal a court ruling that overturned an earlier $2.75 billion judgment in their favor, a director of the companies said on Friday.