Infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is one step closer to extradition to the United States after a Thursday ruling.
A tragic bush crash in the Alajuela province Thursday morning has left 12 dead and 16 more injured.
Today in Travel we conclude Part II of “Costa Rica’s Greatest Places” with five hotels and five restaurants we would recommend in Quepos and Manuel Antonio.
Taxi drivers are demanding a Supreme Court ruling on Uber operations here. They believe the ride-hailing service will damage their earnings in December, their busiest season.
La Sele unveiled some interesting-looking new uniforms at the same time that scrutiny builds over its contract with U.S. supplier New Balance.
Sala IV justices ruled that Banco Nacional actions damaged the right to freedom of expression and citizens’ rights to accurate information.
The National Meteorological Institute announced that a low-pressure system plus a tropical wave that entered the country on Monday will likely cause heavy rains to continue through Thursday.
A four-year project developed in Guanacaste resulted in a new product called EcoArroz (Eco Rice) that is more nutritious and has more minerals than tradional rice.
IAFA’s survey also found an increase in Ticos’ consumption of marijuana, cocaine and crack, although the use of tobacco is on the decline.
In our continuing series on “Costa Rica’s Greatest Places,” we look at the history of Quepos/Manuel as a conquistador’s prize, a banana town and a tourism treasure.