Coffee & Headlines • February 11, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Malecón businesses want ambulant vendors removed.

SEAPAL claims that all water shortages in the city will be resolved within two weeks.

4000 public school teachers in Puerto Vallarta, Cabo Corrientes, and Tomatlán go on strike.

It will cost 25 million pesos for the state of Jalisco to appoint Formula 1 race car driver Checo Pérez as a cultural ambassador.

Government interventions against InDriver drivers and pirate taxi cabs will continue locally.


Two crocodiles are having people’s pets for lunch at a lagoon near Villas Universidad.

Drivers report a small sinking Francisco Medina Ascencio near the hotel zone.

Here’s what the sinkhole in Puebla from last year looks like today.

The status of Donovan Carrillo’s government scholarship is unclear after the Olympic Games.

The Maria islands are finally opening for visitors this coming April.


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