Last updateFri, 20 Apr 2018 9am

Central American migrant caravan arrives in Guadalajara

The Via Crucis migrant caravan, which journeys by freight train every year through Mexico from its border with Guatemala to raise awareness of the plight of Central Americans looking for a better life in this country and/or the United States, arrived last Tuesday in Guadalajara, where they were taken in and inspected by the Region Sanitaria XII, Centro-Tlaquepaque branch of the state’s Health Ministry.

Ritzy mall goes up on Lopez Mateos Sur

Sears may be falling on hard times in the United States, but one of Mexico’s biggest department store chains is forging ahead with new projects.

GDL doctors protest arrest of colleagues in Oaxaca

In 75 cities around Mexico, including Guadalajara, doctors came together to protest the arrest of two doctors in Oaxaca, who were detained last week after a boy in their care died following surgery for a broken elbow last November.

Have you seen this man?

Bill Wolff has been missing since 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 4. He was last seen in Ajijic on Calle Colon driving a 1996 black Mercedes Benz, license plate: U98SARB.

On your marks, get set, go: governor campaign underway

Whether they like it or not, the citizens of Jalisco will be subjected to an incessant barrage of political propaganda over next three months as the election season roars into top gear and candidates work overtime to influence the hearts and minds of voters.

Heartfelt easter marches

For the second year, Guadalajara’s Barrio de Analco neighborhood staged a dramatic Good Friday Marcha del Silencio (Procession of Silence) to honor Our Lady of Solitude.