Last updateFri, 19 Oct 2018 7am

20 calandria horses to be found new adoptive homes

Ten electric calandrias were delivered to their new owners Wednesday as part of Guadalajara city hall’s ongoing program to remove the touristic horse-drawn carriages from the streets of the historic city center.

Officials fired as ‘portable morgues’ spark outrage

Heads have rolled after a refrigerator truck containing 157 unidentified corpses from the Guadalajara morgue was found abandoned in a field adjoining a subdivision in Tlajomulco.

Cops have their say

In the wake of the recent murders of various police officers, civic organizations and police officers wearing civilian clothes marched from the Minerva Fountain to the governor’s residence to present Jalisco’s chief executive with several petitions.

Uruguayan poet given FIL literary award

The prestigious 2018 FIL Literary Award in Romance Languages has gone to 94-year-old Uruguayan writer and poet Ida Vitale, who lived in exile in Mexico for ten years following the military takeover in her country in 1974.

Foreign-owned gas stations charging higher prices

Recent reforms to Mexico’s energy sector have seen the arrival of foreign oil companies looking for a foothold in Mexico’s gas station market.