Last updateMon, 21 Jan 2019 12pm

UN study highlights women’s fears

According to a new study, almost half the women who frequent the downtown historic center of Guadalajara are fearful of being sexually harassed.

Parents live & wait in hope of an answer

The recent news that Jalisco’s Forensic Sciences Institute (IJCF) had no space to house the large numbers of unidentified murder victims piling up in the state and therefore resorted to using refrigerator trucks to store the corpses, shocked the families of disappeared persons throughout Mexico. 

Passengers injured by turbulence on flight from GDL

At least 29 passengers and crew members were treated for injuries after severe turbulence affected a flight from Guadalajara to Tijuana this week.

New subway line will open a year behind schedule

It is unlikely that Guadalajara’s third Tren Ligero (subway) line will be operating before the spring of 2019, Gerardo Ruiz, the federal Transport and Communications Secretary, said on a visit to the city this week to assess the ongoing project.

Samsung opens store in Andares mall

Electronics giant Samsung has opened its first branded store in Guadalajara – its fourth in Mexico.

Yoga on the curriculum for secondary school students

Students from 21 secondary schools in Guadalajara will be learning yoga in a new program developed by the Jalisco state government in conjunction with the Federación Mexicana de Yoga Deportivo, whose members will lead the classes.