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Jalisco News: News and information for Jalisco by PVDN

With a great diversity of honey and an annual production of 5,815 tons, Jalisco is considered the main state producing honey in Mexico, said Hector Padilla Gutiérrez, head of the Ministry of Rural Development ( Seder ). In a statement, the also former president of the Mexican Association of Secretaries of Agricultural Development (AMSDA), reported...
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The lack of infrastructure to protect unidentified bodies has forced the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences (IJCF) to preserve 157 corpses in the refrigerated trucks has been stinking up neighborhoods throughout Guadalajara. Until Thursday of last week, the trailer was in a warehouse in Colonia La Duraznera, in the municipality of Tlaquepaque, but due to...
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The Secretariat of Civil Protection announced that the Pacific coast from Chiapas to Jalisco is under a high-wave alert, so he asked the citizens to follow the recommendations issued by local authorities in order to stay safe. The current situation could cause waves of 1.5 to 2.5 meters, which occurs mainly during the months of...
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The governor of Jalisco, Aristóteles Sandoval, visited the Mexican capital to meet with Mexico’s President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, with whom he agreed to allocate $650 million pesos to marginalized areas of the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, through a program of urban improvement that will be started under the new president’s administration. The state governor...
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The State of Jalisco reported that it initiated three criminal filings of ‘crimes against health’ for those who are responsible for the three marijuana plantations with 25,300 plants discovered in Tequila. Elements of the Federal Police informed the public prosecutor of the federation, who conducted several surveillance tours in the vicinity of the town Tapexco...
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The crime of adultery will be removed from the Criminal Code of the State of Jalisco. The members of the Constitutional Points Commission gave their approval to the reform initiative that proposes to repeal Article 182, which maintains the penalty for adultery. Currently, Jalisco is the only state in Mexico that in its local legislation...
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The Government of Jalisco, as a member of the Working Group of the Governors on Climate and Forests (GCF Task Force), voted in favor of the “Principles of Collaboration and Association among Subnational Governments, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities “. It is a document that demonstrates the commitments of subnational governments to work with indigenous...
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The head of the Ministry of Education in Jalisco (SEJ), Francisco Ayón López, reiterated on Monday his respect for the decision taken by federalized teachers to suspend educational services due to the lack of payment of salaries and benefits. He assured them that there are advances to regularize payments. “We expect the next few days,...
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The fourth body of a group of people that crashed their vehicle into the Ameca River on Friday was recovered, reported the State Civil Protection Unit and Firemen through a statement. Last Friday, the UEPCB received a search and rescue call for four people who had been dragged along the Ameca River when they tried to cross...
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Beckmann Foundation and the Jesuit University of Guadalajara announced the winners of the 1st International Sustainable Social Housing Competition, in which 295 registered teams, 698 participants, 13 Latin American countries, and 103 cities from Mexico participated. The purpose of the project was to take advantage of reused and recycled elements from the agave plant and...
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Due to the lack of payment to at least 2,000 teachers of the federal subsystem, next Monday, classes will be suspended in about 7,000 basic education schools in Jalisco – half of the 13,000 in the state- which will directly affect 800,000 students. This was announced today by the Secretary General of Section 16 of...
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Police in Jalisco caught a man who made off with a hearse — complete with a corpse inside. The Tlaquepaque police department says on its Facebook page that the hearse had been readied to take the body of an 80-year-old man from a hospital in neighboring Guadalajara to a funeral home. The detainee identified himself...
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The municipality of Guadalajara sparked controversy by making a change in its Regulation of Order and Security, which allows couples to engage in public sex. The new provision prohibits police officers from detaining or interrupting couples who have sex in public. Despite the controversial change in the municipality’s regulations, having sex in public will continue...
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A hippopotamus born last May has become the main attraction of summer for visitors to the Guadalajara Zoo. Although he was born on May 28, only a few days ago the public was able to meet this 56-kilogram male cub, who is under the protection of his mother, named Gina, said the communication manager of...
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In vineyards in the municipalities of Tolimán and Tuxcacuesco, established last year, producers from Sonora achieved the first table grape harvest in Jalisco. Marcos Molina Rodríguez, president of the Association of Table Grapes, said that the Jalisco market was entered into due to the climate and soil characteristics, since it will allow grape production in...
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