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Polemic cardinal ruffles more feathers with Covid comments

The off-the-wall utterances of Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, the controversial former archbishop of Guadalajara, have never ceased to amaze citizens of this region, apart, perhaps, from the most ardently faithful of his followers.

Three detained in Jalisco governor slaying investigation

A judge has approved the preventive detention for eight months of a suspect detained after the December 18 slaying of former Jalisco Governor Aristoteles Sandoval in Puerto Vallarta.

Charros falter as season concludes

With seven games to go until the end of the regular season, the Charros de Jalisco baseball team have hit a bad patch of form and will need to improve to qualify for the Mexican Pacific League (LMP) playoffs, which begin in the new year.

‘Canelo’ eases to victory; wants next fight on home soil

Guadalajara pugilist Saul “Canelo” Alvarez cemented his credentials as the world’s finest boxer after inflicting a punishing defeat on British challenger Callum Smith in San Antonio, Texas last weekend.