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Disabled Surfers Conquer Costa Rica’s Waves

For fun or competition, these surfers and coaches do whatever it takes.

UPDATED: Three die from heart attacks following Costa Rica’s Central Pacific earthquake

OVISCORI reported more than 20 aftershocks throughout the night, including a 5.1 and 4.1 minutes after the first quake.

Strong earthquake on Costa Rica’s Central Pacific is felt across country

A 6.9-magnitude earthquake shook Costa Rica at 8:28 pm, with an epicenter approximately 15 km southwest of the Central Pacific beach town of Esterillos,...

Pregnant sloth rescued after falling from a tree

We did an initial checkup, and the size of her belly made us curious. We started to suspect a pregnancy.

5 questions for a French-African painter in Costa Rica

Painter Delphine Raveau, like many others, fell in love with Costa Rica and couldn't go away. Now, she calls it her home and her source of inspiration as an artist.

Costa Rica and Sea Shepherd at odds again over failed turtle conservation effort

Sea Shepherd's "low profile" campaign to help rescue sea turtles in Jacó recently got nixed by the Costa Rican government when it turned out the conservation group was working without permits.

US man shot, killed outside Jacó club

A 38-year-old U.S. man was killed in the Pacific beach town of Jacó outside of a club early Wednesday morning, according to the Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ).

Costa Rica steps up safety measures ahead of World Surfing Games in Jacó

National and local officials in the Central Pacific canton of Garabito are stepping up measures to ensure the World Surfing Games that will take place in Jacó beach Aug. 6 - 14 is a safe, healthy, scam-free success for the country.

Michigan fugitive arrested in Jacó

When police apprehended him in Jacó, Saatio resisted arrest and tried unsuccessfully to escape custody again, according to police.

Despite Zika virus, Garabito mayor says “no chance” World Surfing Games will be cancelled

Although cases of Zika near Jacó on Costa Rica's Central Pacific coast continue to rise steadily, the mayor of Garabito canton says the upcoming World Surf Games will not be canceled.

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