Last updateSat, 22 Jun 2019 1pm

New migrant wave enters city

As the border wall funding soap opera drags on in the United States, a new wave of Central American migrants is passing through Guadalajara.

City radiant on 477th birthday

The first night of downtown Guadalajara’s third annual light spectacle, GDL LUZ, drew an estimated 30,000 people Wednesday.

State governor pleads for calm

The current spate of homicides – 10 were reported on February 12 alone – prompted Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro to urge citizens to remain calm while his administration implements new security strategies. At the same time, he reminded constituents of his limited time in office.

Motorcycle crackdown hoping to curb crime Jalisco

New laws governing motorcycles will go into effect in Jalisco March 1 as part of the state government’s initiative to reduce crime.

Volunteer doctors put smiles back on kids’ faces

Operation Smile returned to Guadalajara last week, with volunteer doctors carrying out 111 operations on children – plus a few adults – born with cleft palates.

Bullfighting season begins, but it’s not for everyone

The 2019 winter/spring professional bullfighting season began at Guadalajara’s Plaza de Toros Nuevo Progreso last Sunday and will continue for three consecutive Sundays through March 3.