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Last updateFri, 19 Jan 2018 8am

Early morning fog grounds flights

A total of 99 flights were affected in some way Monday morning when thick mist enveloped the Guadalajara International Airport from around 6 a.m.


Statue fever grips Guadalajara

Another piece in Guadalajara city hall’s polemic public sculpture project was unveiled this week in the Parque San Jacinto on Avenida Javier Mina in the eastern “Libertad” sector of the metropolitan area.

Mothers of Central America’s disappeared migrants visit city during national ‘caravan’

More than three dozen women from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, mothers whose children disappeared after leaving their troubled homelands to find a better life, stopped in Guadalajara earlier this week as part of a 22-statewide campaign to raise awareness for their plight and perhaps even effect a resolution as to the vital status and location of their missing kin.

Neighbors scold mayor for street project foul-ups

Neighbors residing on Chapala’s Calle Zaragoza confronted Mayor Javier Degollado when he appeared early Wednesday, December 13 to inspect progress on the renovation work that has been underway since August 1.

Daytime breath-test checks set for December-January party season

The four-year-old “Salvando Vidas” campaign by the state’s Department of Traffic (Semov), which seeks to curb drunk-driving with strict measures such as random breathalyzer stops, has turned up the heat on inebriated motorists from a simmer to a boil, just in time for the year’s most besotted season.

Mayor rails against ‘manipulated’ carriage drivers

It’s time for another installment of the municipal soap opera known as “Alfaro vs. the Carriage Drivers,” which was for some time a once-monthly affair but has started broadcasting to increasingly exhausted observers about once a week.