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Hurricane Dorian will impact travel to Costa Rica; airlines issuing flight waivers

It's hurricane season, and one of 2019's biggest Atlantic storms to date is expected to impact the United States in the coming days. National Oceanic...

It’s official: The Backstreet Boys are coming to Costa Rica

We hope they're not playin' games with our hearts.

Air Europa planning flights between Costa Rica and Spain, report says

Spanish airline Air Europa will soon add Costa Rica to its list of international destinations, according to news service Agencia EFE. Citing Diego García,...

A road trip down Costa Rica’s Costanera

Route 34, better known as the Costanera, is a two-lane highway on Costa Rica's Pacific Coast. Not fully completed until surprisingly recently, the Costanera now...

Health strike ends in Costa Rica as unions, Caja reach agreement

Government representatives and health unions reached an agreement Monday afternoon to end strikes that crippled the country's public-health system for more than a week. According...

Costa Rica explores law to better regulate strikes

Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly will discuss a bill that could affect the legality of certain public-sector strikes. Bill 21.049, titled "Law to provide legal certainty...

Criminal case dismissed in investigation of 2017 Nature Air crash

The Court of Nicoya has dismissed a criminal case investigating the December 2017 Nature Air crash in Costa Rica that killed the flight's...

Costa Rica finishes Pan American Games with 5 medals

Costa Rica brought home five medals from the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. The Ticos earned four bronze medals, but their participation was...

Pic of the Day: Wanchope wonder goal honored in Derby mural

Costa Rican soccer legend Paulo Wanchope is featured prominently in a new mural at Pride Park Stadium in Derby, England. Created by local artist Iona...

Letter to the Editor: The story of the Cortez Amarillo, or how a country loses its own land

"Life in Costa Rica isn’t perfect and it comes with its fair share of stresses, but in general I found the Costa Rican people to be genuinely kind, patient and proud of their country."

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