Coffee & Headlines • October 11, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


The weekend alcoholmeter returned this weekend.

The senior citizen pension program dropped eligibility to 65 years of age.

Former City Hall comptroller is reported as missing.

Mayor Michel’s wife, María de Jesús López Delgado, becomes president of the local DIF office.

Former Director of Beach Tourism Susana Mejía is now Governor Alfaro’s local liaison through the UNIRSE office.

We’re keeping an eye on tropical storm Pamela, expected to become a category 2 hurricane.


26 years ago this past Saturday, a major earthquake struck Puerto Vallarta.

Art & Market Marina Vallarta returns this month.

Follow Art & Market Marina Vallarta on Facebook.

The Royal Spanish Academy rejects inclusive language once again.

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