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Mild winter predicted but with more smog

Fifteen years ago, on Wednesday, December 13, 1997, it snowed in Guadalajara for the first time in more than 70 years.  A nip in the morning air this Wednesday brought back a few memories of that day but there’s nothing to suggest another white-out is coming this winter.


Bicycle thieves on the prowl

Guadalajara’s cycling boom in the last few years has also fueled a parallel rise in bike theft.

City airport to expand arrivals area in 2013

The Pacific Airport Group (GAP) which runs Guadalajara’s International Airport will spend 280 million pesos on expanding the arrivals area in 2013.

City cancels major real-estate project

The Guadalajara  municipal government has voted to cancel an ambitious redevelopment project that has yet to get past the  planning stage.

Red glow permeates historic center

Guadalajara city hall has purchased around 9,000 poinsettias to adorn public spaces during the festive season.

Dec. 21 calamity: Bunk, yes, but scientists will address concerns

Anyone suffering from doubts or nerves about the so-called “December 21 apocalypse prophecy” are free to consult the rational astronomers and scientists from the Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG).

Peña Nieto backs Zapopan-Tlaquepaque rail line

In his first address as Mexico’s president Saturday, Enrique Peña Nieto reiterated his campaign promise to expand Guadalajara’s Tren Ligero (light-rail network).