Last updateFri, 19 Jul 2019 11am

Trees come down at new consulate site

Healthy trees are being felled as construction of a new United States consulate begins on a large plot in Guadalajara’s Fraccionamiento Monraz.

Missing medical student turns up in United States

Jessy Pacheco, a U.S. medical student who was reported missing following a shooting incident in Guadalajara, has been reunited with his family in Van Buren, Arkansas.

Freak hailstorm engulfs city neighborhoods in ice

Parts of Guadalajara resembled a polar landscape after a massive hailstorm in the early hours of Sunday, June 30, caked 12 city neighborhoods in thick drifts of ice.

Banorte ATM closed down before opening

City hall inspectors shut down the new Banorte ATM module installed at Chapala’s main intersection before the unit was ready for business Tuesday, June 25.

Expo GDL hosts annual outlet show

If looking for bargains on clothes, shoes and accessories is your kind of thing, then head over to Expo Guadalajara this weekend for the 23rd edition of Outlet de Marcas, featuring more than 50 brand name chains offering discounts from 40 to 70 percent.

Funds available for local filmmakers

A trust fund dedicated to promoting film production in the state – the Comisión de Filmaciones del Estado de Jalisco (Cofiej) – is making 18 million pesos available to locally-based filmmakers with projects either in process or in need of funding.  

Bicycle victims remembered

The organization Bicicleta Blanca, which promotes safe cycling in Guadalajara, has installed 11 white bikes in various metro-area locations in memory of the 11 cyclists who have died on city streets this year.