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Lawyers hopeful ‘femicide’ cause celebré has positive outcome

Lawyers are confident a 2012 murder that shocked Jalisco will finally be classified as a “femicide” rather than “parricide,” thus bringing some closure to family members after a lengthy and traumatic legal process.

Calandria owners and City Hall still locking horns

In case you were under the misapprehension that the fracas between operators of the city’s fleet of calandrias (horse-drawn carriages) and a Guadalajara City Hall bent on substituting their equine strength for the much less visually-striking and romantic power of electricity was over and done with, you should know the issue is anything but resolved, with many drivers bridling under new regulations.

How prepared is Guadalajara for a massive earthquake?

Locals express a mix of resignation and pluckiness in the face of three devastating temblors during September that affected Mexico City, Morelos, Puebla, Chiapas and Oaxaca ­ — but not Jalisco.

Expo Ganadera: When the countryside comes to town

Guadalajara’s annual livestock fair, pegged by many as Mexico’s best of the genre, opens Thursday, October 5 with an ongoing exhibition of live farm animals and a jam-packed program of special events that should rope in thousands of visitors before it ends November 3.