Last updateFri, 07 May 2021 11am

Switch to our vaccination model, governor urges federal government

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro has urged the federal government to adopt the fluid model for vaccinations used between April 28 and May 4 that saw 161,689 doses of the CanSino vaccine administered to the state’s teachers and educational personnel.

Scrutiny turns to GDL light train network

A day after this week’s tragic metro line overpass collapse in Mexico City that killed 24 people, Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro ordered an immediate safety review of Guadalajara’s three Tren Ligero lines, with special emphasis on the elevated section of the recently opened 21-kilometer Line Three.

Dogs celebrated in atypical May Festival

Guadalajara’s 24th annual May Cultural Festival will take a different turn from past editions, offering locals what organizers are calling “an unforgettable multi-sensory experience,” that includes both live and virtual events.

Briefly - May 01, 2021

New York-PV flights

JetBlue airlines announced this week that it will begin direct flights between JFK airport in New York and Puerto Vallarta, starting in either January or February of 2022.

Second Covid shots vital, UdG study reveals

A University of Guadalajara (UdG) study has revealed that 20 percent of people vaccinated against Covid-19 with one dose of the Pfizer/BioTech vaccine are still at risk of infection and becoming seriously ill.

Remembering april 22, 1992

Guadalajara suffered a cruel blow on April 22, 1992, when a series of explosions ripped through city streets after thousands of gallons of gasoline seeped into a major sewer pipe line from a leaky gas duct.