Last updateFri, 21 Sep 2018 10am

Tiger to live in city zoo

After weeks of speculation and campaigning, the future of Albert the Bengal tiger has finally been resolved.

Metro debt up 82 percent

Debt in the eight municipalities that make up the Guadalajara metropolitan area has almost doubled to 6.38 billion pesos in the last two-and-a-half years. This represents a rise of 82 percent from 3.5 billion pesos when the last mayoral administrations began in 2010.

Fumigating down the barrel of a gun

The Jalisco Health Secretary (SSJ) is to continue fumigating homes in Guadalajara in order to prevent a dengue outbreak, despite staff twice being threatened at gunpoint when attempting to carry out their work.

Bus drivers to study for diploma

With the aim of improving public transport service, Guadalajara’s Azteca University is running a six-month training course for bus drivers, beginning August 29.

Pets drink for free in animal ‘Happy Hour’

Ever wanted to take Fido out for an extra special treat? Well now you can because Guadalajara’s upscale Andares mall is home to the city’s first 100-percent pet-friendly restaurant.