Coffee & Headlines • September 1, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


SEAPAL is working around the clock to normalize water supply.

There are concerns after a corner of the Cuale Municipal Market collapsed.

Hurricane Nora left over $210 million MXN in damages in Puerto Vallarta.

Local bus company hopes to extend temporarily-shortened routes from Parque Hidalgo to City Hall.

No clarity yet as to whether bars and nighttime venues can resume operation today.

AMLO delivers his third ‘state of the union’ address this morning.

Here are the 100 commitments made by AMLO during his campaign, along with their status.


The Carnival Panorama is back in town with almost 4,000 passengers onboard.

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