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Occupy Wall Street hits Avenida Chapultepec

The Jalisco Popular Assembly (APJ) activist group has erected a mini-pavilion of tents on the boulevard of Chapultepec.


Irish adoption racket blows open

A dozen couples of Irish nationality who have been residing temporarily in the lakeside area while attempting to adopt Mexican infants have been identified by Jalisco authorities in connection with the investigation of an alleged child-trafficking ring.

Speed cameras reduce city beltway fatalities

Deaths as a result of accidents on the Guadalajara periferico,  the city’s beltway and the most dangerous stretch of road, dropped from 53 in 2010 to 33 in 2011, largely thanks to the speed cameras installed in the spring, Jalisco Transportation (SVT) chief Diego Monraz Villaseñor said this week.

Family of seven dead in murder-suicide

Police and forensics personnel investigating reports of a foul smell at a house in Zapopan on Wednesday were met with a gruesome sight. Upon entering the home in the Arroyo Hondo neighborhood, they discovered the decomposing corpses of a four-month-old baby, four children and their parents, killed in an apparent murder-suicide.

Bank robbers waste no time in 2012

It took just two days of the new year to pass before thieves awoke from their slumber and targeted their first banks in Jalisco.

Neighborhood familiarity breeds security

The municipality of Guadalajara’s “Familias en Alerta” program for the prevention of crime is to be expanded twofold across the city in 2012.