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State firefighters get pay raise

Jalisco’s brave firefighters are getting a reward for their heroic work over the past few months – one of the busiest forest fire seasons on record.


New wheels for city cops

The Guadalajara municipal police force is boasting a smart new look following the delivery of 176 new vehicles, quads and bikes this week. 

Canadian culture at Cervantino

Canada will be the guest of honor at the International Cervantino Festival to be held October 9 to 27 in the city of Guanajuato.

Security still tight in historic center

Depending on their dispositions, visitors to downtown Guadalajara might be either concerned or comforted by the sight of Mexican Army patrols on the streets.

Driver’s license hub extends its hours

Such is the demand for driver’s licenses in the Guadalajara metropolitan area that the main office of the Secretaría de Movilidad (state Traffic Department or Semov) is to open in the late afternoons for the first time in its history.

Facelift planned for neglected, shabby city park

Location, location, location is everything in real estate, we are always told. When it comes to Guadalajara’s green spaces, the same may also be true.

Vicente Fernandez accused of homophobia

Famed ranchero singer Vicente Fernández has sparked controversy after refusing a liver transplant to treat his cancer, saying the donor could be homosexual or a drug addict.