Last updateFri, 17 Oct 2014 1pm

Blinded by the light: tinted windows under scrutiny

Officers from Jalisco’s Transit Department (Semov) are targeting vehicles being driven with illegally tinted windows in a new operation that began last week.

Jalisco prepares for ebola

Procedures and medical personnel are in place at the Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta airports to attend to passengers suspected of carrying the Ebola virus, Jalisco’s Health Secretary said Monday.

Man mugged outside Costco

A man who had earlier withdrawn 50,000 pesos from a bank on Avenida Arboledas in Guadalajara was attacked and robbed just after he parked his vehicle in the Costco and Mega parking lot.

Deluge batters city, 1,000 homes are waterlogged

Torrential rains flooded out at least 1,000 homes in 20 neighborhoods of the Guadalajara metropolitan area in the early hours of Wednesday, according to Jalisco Civil Protection Director Trinidad Lopez Rivas.  Reports suggested upward of 500 vehicles suffered damage from the floodwater.

US envoy pays a call on Guadalajara

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne joined Mexican President Enrique Penã Nieto and other dignitaries for World Tourism Day celebrations, highlighted by a ceremony at Guadalajara’s regal Degollado Theater on Friday, September 26.

Bottlenecks plague Av. Acueducto

Backed up traffic and frayed tempers were the order of the day as work began this week on resurfacing Avenida Acueducto, between the Periferico and Av. Patria.