Coffee & Headlines • September 29, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Disgruntled city bus drivers meet with the state’s Secretary of Transportation to discuss options.

Local bus driver runs over a pedestrian and flees the scene.

Women’s network calls for gender parity in political appointments in Puerto Vallarta and surrounding municipalities.

Over 2,000 sea turtle hatchlings have been safely returned to sea this season.

Local women march for safe, legal and free abortion.


TAR (Transportes Aereos Regionales) adds a new direct flight between Puerto Vallarta and Hermosillo.

The Jalisco Philharmonic announces its third 2021 season.

21st International Film Festival is announced.

Follow the International Film Festival on Facebook.

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