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Jalisco drug cartel offers apology for disturbances

After wreaking havoc across Guadalajara, the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion has left messages across the city apologizing to local inhabitants.


Jalisco drug capo arrested in Zapopan raid

Mexico's Defense Department has confirmed the arrest of Erick Valencia Salazar, the leader of the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion, along with his second in command, who has not been named.

Piano prodigy steps into limelight

Here’s a name we will surely be hearing more about in the future: nine-year-old pianist Daniela Liebman.

New airline hoping to take off

A new Guadalajara-based airline is set to take to the skies of Mexico – as long as sufficient investors are found, of course.

Car thieves making hay

Guadalajara is reeling under a spate of car thefts.  In the first six weeks of 2012, there were 1,227 complaints of car theft made in the metropolitan area, a 44.35-percent increase from the 850 complaints filed in the same period last year. This equates to 26.6 stolen automobiles per day, more than one every hour.

PRI heavyweight enters race for city mayor’s job

The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) has named an experienced pinch hitter to challenge former Jalisco Governor Alberto Cardenas in July’s election for Guadalajara mayor.

Clean air activists stage city center protest

Environmental activists placed masks over the faces of three statues in Guadalajara’s Rotunda of Illustrious Jalisco Citizens Monday to highlight deficiencies in federal laws  regulating air pollution in Mexican urban areas.