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Miami Judge continues to punish Belize

For the past two months, most of us were convinced that the fifty thousand U.S. dollar a day meter set by a Miami Federal judge had stopped ticking…but in a [...]

2 arrested in city murder

Just two days after he was shot to death, police picked up two youths they believe are responsible for the killing of Alberto Saragoza Jr. Today Kyle Edwards of Reggae [...]

Cyclist killed in highway accident

An accident last night on the Western Highway has left a bicyclist dead, a family in mourning, and the passengers of a bus shaken. News Five visited the scene today. [...]

O.W. man dies at K.H.M.H., injuries still a mystery

In an update to a storied aired Wednesday night, we regret to announce that forty-three year old Gilberto Pat has died. Pat, who was found on June eighteenth, lying unconscious [...]

One robber arrested, another sought

Police have also arrested one man and are seeking another in connection with the robbery of two Running W Meats employees in Belize City on Tuesday. Twenty-one year old Raymond [...]

3 charged in Sand Hill burglary

Three men accused of stealing everything but the kitchen sink from a Belize district resident are tonight enjoying the comforts of the Hattieville Correctional Facility. Twenty-one year old Brian Yorke, [...]

Jailed American wants to stay in Belize

We first got to know Steven Griffith back in November of last year when the fifty-two year old resident of Unitedville participated in that village’s unique celebration of Garifuna Settlement [...]

C.S.O.: 1st quarter economic figures cautiously optimistic

It’s a new record for the Central Statistical Office…the release of quarterly figures just two months after relevant surveys were conducted countrywide. But according to officials at the C.S.O., the [...]

Woman has first birthday bash at 100

Most of us would consider ourselves blessed with a long life if we reach eighty or ninety. But as this next story shows, there are those among us who reach [...]

Local cooks sharpen culinary skills

While most of us sought shelter from the heat this week, one group of students was willingly toughing it out in a room filled with hot stoves. But the sweat [...]