Coffee & Headlines • April 1, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


The Puerto Vallarta International Airport is increasingly crowded this time of year.

The number of tourists bitten by moray eels in Riviera Nayarit beaches is now over 200.

Red and yellow flags are placed at local beaches due to high waves.

Over 400 booths are now reported damaged or destroyed in Guadalajara’s San Juan de Dios Market after yesterday’s fire.

Warm weather has officially begun, according to Mexico’s National Hurricane Warning Center.


Mexico’s Senate President Olga Sánchez Cordero is hopeful that cannabis legislation will happen during the current administration.


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