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Shooting death appears to be suicide

Three days after the tragedy, there are more questions than answers surrounding the shooting death of nineteen-year-old Albert Hoy The Third. On Friday evening the S.J.C. Junior College student’s body [...]

Stabbing victim asks for justice

By all accounts it was a pretty fierce beating, and after spending three days in the hospital, the victim is talking to the press. Jennifer Phill today told News 5′s [...]

Gunmen jack proceeds of D.J. competition

The nation’s largest broadcasting company, R.S.V. Ltd. suffered a blow in July when its Cahal Pech entertainment complex in San Ignacio was set ablaze by a disgruntled patron. This weekend [...]

Counterfeit blue notes are back

Counterfeit currency is back in circulation and citizens are once again urged to be careful. Bogus hundred dollar Belizean notes were reported over the weekend at a Belize City gas [...]

Toledo man killed in S. Hwy. accident

Police are investigating a traffic accident on Saturday that has resulted in the death of a young Toledo man. Twenty-one year old Thomas Rash of Laguna Village was riding his [...]

Ten Belizeans awarded O.A.S. scholarships

Ten Belizeans have been awarded scholarships for the 2003-2004 academic year under programmes administered by the Organization of American States. Haydee Alonzo will attend Alberto Hurtado University in Chile and [...]

Belize scores big in Broadcasting Awards

The satellite feed came in too late for Friday’s newscast, but the results of the latest Caribbean Broadcasting Awards are in… and Belize took more than its share of honours, [...]

CKTV produces first weekly winners

If you weren’t at Club Calypso Sunday afternoon or tuned in to Channel 5, you missed a refreshing look at some talented young Belizeans. It was the first week of [...]

Photographer compares Belize and Mexico

It opened last week at the Mexican Cultural Institute and has been receiving strong reviews. Today News 5′s Patrick Jones dropped in to see what has become an annual photographic [...]

Estranged footballers may reconcile

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The Regent Insurance Cup topped the billing going into the weekend as football fans countrywide anticipated a veritable feast from [...]