Coffee & Headlines • September 14, 2020

HEADLINES

For the first time ever, no Mexico states in the red in this week’s federal Covid-19 map: (Vallarta Independiente)

Acapulco shuts down bars and discos again after Covid-19 rise: (Heraldo de México)

AstraZeneca resumes Covid-19 vaccine trials: (Informador)

100,000 Guadalajara citizens enjoyed the new Line 3 rapid train this past weekend: (Heraldo de México)

Despite noticeable differences between Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro, we are working together for the people of Jalisco, says Mexican President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador at rapid train ceremony: (NoticiasPV)

AMLO honors the six ‘Niños Héroes,’ who defended Chapultepec Castle in an armed conflict against the United States. (We tell you how things actually happened during the broadcast!) (El Universal)

Short Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta highway ‘presents irregularities.’ When will it be finished? ‘Before my presidential term is over in 2024,’ says AMLO: (Vallarta Opina)


LEISURE

It’s a good thing they cleared up the Pitillal River before the rain season. Just look at its levels from Saturday’s rainstorm: (Vallarta Opina)

Manuel Lepe’s historic mural in City Hall receives some well-deserved TLC: (Contralinea)


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