I checked the newest statistics from the Mexican SESNSP which include the number of homicide victims nationwide and by state for the month of January 2019. These are online here:
The total number of victims of homicidio doloso (intentional homicide) for January was 2,853. This comes to an average of 92 victims per day. There were 304 female homicide victims, 10 per day, or 10.6 percent of the total homicide victims.
The SESNSP statistics also record 75 victims of feminicidio. This is (I believe) a subset of the total of 304 female victims in which the prosecutors have determined that the woman was murdered because of her gender. The article in El Universal discusses the confusing nature of this way of classifying victims. The article quotes Maria de la Luz Estrada, coordinator of the National Citizens Observatory of Feminicide: “The authorities often designate many homicides as related to organized crime and those are simply not investigated…thus the numbers (of feminicides) tend to be lower.”
The numbers reported do indicate a slight increase in the percentage of homicide victims who are women, and an overall increase in the number of homicides nationwide in Mexico.
According to the data for all of 2018 reported here:
there were 33,341 intentional homicides in Mexico during 2018, an average of 91 victims each day.
The data in this document is not broken down by gender, however SESNSP reports that there were 861 feminicidios in 2018.
According to El Diario there were 95 homicides in Juarez during February 2019. In January there were 108 homicides so the total now for the year is 203. The article also provides a figure of more than 5,000 homicides statewide in Chihuahua dating from October 2016 when the administration of Governor Javier Corral began. The city of Juarez accounts for about HALF of the total homicides in the state of Chihuahua.
On average, 3.4 people have been murdered in Ciudad Juarez each day in 2019. There were a total of 1,259 murders in Juarez during 2018, an average of 3.4 murder victims per day.
Also below, El Diario reported the first homicide of March which occurred at about 12:20 am on March 1, 2019.
It may be worth noting again in terms of the Trump rhetoric of chaos and violence at the border, that the cities on the US side of the border have low homicide rates.
El Paso recently reported 23 homicides during 2018, and an average of 16 murders per year during the past decade.
The city announced on Friday that 2018 saw the lowest crime rate in 34 years, just as President Donald Trump has recently called the current state of the southwest border a national security crisis. There were no homicides in McAllen last year. There was the fewest number of robberies and aggravated assaults on record.
Termina febrero con 95 homicidios: Aumentan 121%
Van 203 en el año en Juárez y más de 5 mil en el estado en administración de Corral
El Diario de Juárez
Viernes, 01 Marzo 2019 | 06:00
El Mes De Febrero Cerró Con 95 Homicidios Dolosos Ocurridos En Ciudad Juárez, Que Representan Un Incremento Del 121 Por Ciento Respecto Al Mismo Mes Del Año Pasado, Cuando Hubo 43, De Acuerdo Con La Estadística De La Fiscalía Zona Norte.
La cifra, sumada a las 108 víctimas de enero, alcanza los 203 asesinatos en el 2019 al cierre de esta edición, mientras que en el mismo período del 2018 el registro oficial fue de 99 casos.
And the first victim of March 2019…killed at 12:20 am on March 1…
Acribillan a hombre en Eco 2000
En el lugar del asesinato fueron asegurados cinco casquillos percutidos de calibre 9 milímetros
El Diario de Juárez
Viernes, 01 Marzo 2019 | 06:12
Ciudad Juárez— Un hombre fue asesinado a balazos en los primeros minutos de este día, en el fraccionamiento Eco 2000.
Pegado a la pared de una casa, con cinco heridas de bala en cabeza, pecho y brazo derecho, quedó la víctima.
El homicidio ocurrió a las 00:20 horas, en las calles Lince y Santiago Troncoso.