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Businessman convicted in death of employee

A Belize City businessman has been found guilty of manslaughter. After deliberating for about two hours, a jury of eight men and one woman came back to court with the [...]

Prison truck collides with S.U.V.; all on board safe

A truck transporting prisoners to Hattieville Correctional Facility collided with an S.U.V. this evening, fortunately there were no major injuries reported. Reports reaching News Five are that around four o’clock, [...]

Grenades found in Belize City

In Belize City, police continue to investigate the disturbing discovery of two hand grenades in an abandoned lot. Police Press Officer G. Michael Reid declined to identify the area where [...]

Mexican arrested for illegal guns

A Mexican national has been arrested in Corozal after police found guns in his hotel room. Acting on a tip, on Thursday evening police searched the room of thirty-four year [...]

Purse snatcher pursued by school children; captured by cop

A purse snatcher who thought a Belize City teacher was an easy target could not have been further off the mark. This afternoon Tricia Reneau, a teacher of Calvary Temple [...]

Belizean teen kidnapping is case of mistaken identity

A Belizean teen kidnapped in Los Angeles earlier this week may not have been the intended target. According to media reports out of California, police believe thirteen year old Kalan [...]

Boat stolen, but victim withdraws theft charges

A man who told police six men tried to steal his boat and threatened to shoot him, has dropped all the charges, except against one man. Dwayne Tillett reported that [...]

Traffic death trial halted, jury dissolved

A trial in the Supreme Court was halted today after the prosecution convinced the judge that the defendant might not get a fair trial. In February, forty-four year old Valentine [...]

Women’s Dept: Women’s Week 2006 a success

It may have started out over a long weekend full of sporting activities, but Women’s Week 2006 was certainly not overshadowed. In fact, the various agencies promoting the observance say [...]

Regional Ombudsmen compare notes

Belize’s office of the Ombudsman played host this week to its counterparts from the around region. And as News Five found out, despite the variations in country size and population, [...]