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Kevin Coye dies of motorcycle injuries

For four days Kevin Coye fought for his life but this morning, doctors in Guatemala City pronounced the twenty-four year old dead. Coye had sustained severe head and body injuries [...]

Murder suspect sought by police

Tonight police are on the lookout for an alleged murderer. Twenty-nine year old Victor Galvez is wanted for a killing that took place at the Cabbage Ridge area near Bomba [...]

Orange Walk teen alleges rape

Was a thirteen-year-old student abducted and then raped by two men in Orange Walk? That’s what the police are trying to determine as their investigation into the case continues. According [...]

Benque burglary suspect caught by cops

A burglar in Benque Viejo got away with some major loot over the Christmas holidays but today the suspect is in custody. Twenty-eight year old Nelson Hernandez has been charged [...]

New police station for Spanish Lookout

The Mennonite Community of Spanish Lookout has always been known as easy pickings for criminals due to the Mennonites’ tradition of non-violence. And while in recent years a good number [...]

Musa to attend Guatemalan inaugural

Belize will be represented at next week’s presidential inauguration in Guatemala City by none other than Prime Minister Said Musa. It is Musa’s second official trip to Guatemala since becoming [...]

Border incidents increase but forces remain calm

The diplomatic mission to Guatemala comes at a time when border tensions between the two countries are running a bit higher than normal. Recently a Guatemalan army patrol was met [...]

Signs posted to protect manatees

Despite the fact that there has been an ongoing campaign by the Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute, dead manatees are still washing up on our shores: seventeen in 1999 [...]

Fifty thousand dollars won by Courts customer

Everyone likes a raffle, especially one where you’re holding a pile of tickets. I must confess that more than a few of the stubs in today’s big draw carried my [...]

Outspoken teacher fired by Excelsior

On January tenth, when the students of Excelsior High School go back to classes, there’ll be one less staff member on campus. Math and Science teacher Brian Plummer has been [...]