Last updateFri, 25 Sep 2020 8am

Students take to the streets once again

Thousands of young people, many of whom belonged to the #YoSoy132 student movement, took part in the “Mega March” from downtown Guadalajara to the Zapopan Basilica on Sunday to protest the “imposition” of Enrique Peña Nieto as Mexico’s president-elect.

New weekend parking rate at city airport

The operators of the Guadalajara International Airport are offering a new weekend parking rate until the end of the year. 

Waiters arrested for cloning cards

Six staff from La Diablita restaurant in Guadalajara’s Chapalita neighborhood were arrested last week, allegedly in possession of two stolen cell phones and a machine for cloning credit cards.

Two new tunnels planned on Av. Vallarta

Two new tunnels are set to make the Los Cubos-Periferico stretch of Avenida Vallarta a traffic light-free thoroughfare.

Tapatios pay heed to seat belt awareness campaign

A campaign to encourage citizens to buckle up on the road has achieved remarkable success in metro-area Guadalajara, according to several state agencies that participated in the program.

Grenade thrown at mayor’s bodyguards

A municipal police officer was injured Monday night when a grenade was tossed at a patrol car parked outside the home of acting Guadalajara Mayor Francisco Ayon.