Last updateTue, 19 Jun 2018 1pm

Calls grow for independent probe into student slayings

Alfonso Hernandez Barron, the president of the Jalisco Human Rights Commission (CEDHJ), has called for an independent investigation into the disappearance and probable murder of three film students in March.

Lest we not forget

A mural under a freeway overpass on Lazaro Cardenas has appeared, depicting – primarily – Rocio Lozano, a young Guadalajara-born woman who disappeared exactly a year ago, May 4, 2017. 

Bus drivers snarl Periferico

Hundreds of bus drivers piloting their vehicles blocked the Periferico during the May 1 holiday, calling for a fare hike they see as only fair, considering the rising cost of, among other things, of gas.

Taxi drivers hit out at Uber, unfair competition

Guadalajara’s taxi drivers seem unwilling to give up the fight against the encroachment upon their industry of Uber, the transportation service which has been busy taking over the world since its 2009 founding in San Francisco, California. 

Open-air circus arts on show at May Festival

The annual Festival de Mayo, a cultural oleo dispersed around various parts of Guadalajara, returns Friday, May 4 and runs through Friday, May 25.