Coffee & Headlines • June 16, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Francisco Villa Ave. was partially closed for repairs yesterday near La Comer, hopefully, it’s open again.

Boca de Tomatlan will have a new pier, but we don’t know when.

Jalisco will not change health-related mandates, for now.

Authorities presented Mayor Michel with a report of what’s happened regarding the Santa Barbara landslide. We only wish we knew what was reported.

Monkeypox will get a new name.

Blas is now a category one hurricane but presents no immediate threat to Puerto Vallarta.


¡Oh, pues! Nayarit is taking down Vidanta and Riviera Nayarit signage.

How to treat bug bites the way dermatologists do at home (IN ENGLISH).

The Mexico City ahuehuete will get a temporary perimeter fence while it bonds with its new home.

Don’t let this happen at home! The legal team behind the president of Peru screened a male stripper video during a public audience.

Family hid sassy message on dad’s headstone that’s causing a stir at Iowa cemetery (IN ENGLISH).

“Meet Your Neighbors” for the LGBTQ community of locals is tonight at Whiskey Kitchen!


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