Last updateFri, 27 Mar 2020 10am

Zapopan reimburses flood victims

Zapopan and the state of Jalisco have provided 2.8 million pesos to help 146 homeowners who were inundated by floods August 4 in the southwest neighborhoods of Villas del Ixtepete, Villas Perisur, Mariano Otero, El Fortin, Santa Ana Tepetitlan and El Rehilete.

UdeG students protest violence against women

For the second time in a week, hundreds of young women have taken to the streets to voice their outrage at violence against their gender.

Luz del Mundo carries out mass baptisms

Despite the incarceration of their spiritual leader on sex abuse charges, the 1.5-million-strong Guadalajara-based Luz del Mundo evangelical church is not struggling to find new adherents.

Young lakeside piano prodigy captures illustrious state prize

Lakeside musical prodigy Saúl Ulises Ibarra Ramos was among seven exceptional young men and women honored with the 2019 Jalisco Youth Award, presented at a ceremony held in Guadalajara Monday, August 12, International Youth Day.

Del Toro assists math whizzes

A group of Mexican students won a silver medal, three bronze medals and two honorable mentions at the International Mathematics Olympiad held recently in London.

Del Toro defends Mexican immigrants at ceremony

Guadalajara-born filmmaker Guillermo del Toro didn’t mince his words when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday.

Development at El Cielo halted

Tlajomulco Mayor Salvador Zamora symbolically slaps a closure order on the sales offices of the second development stage of El Cielo, the upper-middle class subdivision that hugs the perimeter of the Primavera Forest between El Palomar and Santa Anita, and also includes a golf course.