Last updateFri, 19 Jan 2018 8am

Protestors leave airport parking lot peacefully

After an 11-day occupation, the El Zapote farm collective has ceded control of the main parking garage of Guadalajara International Airport back to airport authorities. 

Huichol Jehovah’s Witnesses expelled from own community

Around 50 members of the Wixarika (Huichol) population in northern Jalisco have been “expelled” from their community for practicing a religion that is contrary to their native beliefs.

Flower Fair to take over Chapultepec

Dozens of vendors will fill the central divider of Guadalajara’s Avenida Chapultepec for the ninth Winter Floral and Agro-industry Fair (Novena Feria de las Flores y Agroindustrias Invierno 2017) from Friday, December 1 through Sunday, December 3.

City mayor steels for battle ahead

As anticipated, Guadalajara Mayor Enrique Alfaro has finally thrown his hat into the ring to contend for his party’s nomination for governor of Jalisco in next July’s election.

UdG, US Consulate inaugurate ‘American Space’ in state library

The U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara and the University of Guadalajara (UdG) have come together to sign into being a local iteration of an “American Space” in the Juan Jose Arreola State Library in Zapopan.

Charities, benefactor honored for service

The Jalisco Social Assistance Institute (IJAS) has handed out its annual recognition awards to two charities and one benefactor, each receiving 300,000 pesos.

Amnesty program for delinquent drivers

Owners of Mexican-plated cars that have yet to pay their annual license fee (refrendo), as well as drivers with unpaid infraccionces (tickets), are getting a break from the State Finance Agency (Sepaf).