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Honduran murdered and dismembered in Dangriga

We begin tonight’s news cast with a story of a gruesome murder on the eve of one of the most important dates on the Christian calendar. It occurred in Dangriga [...]

Another traffic accident in the north; no fatalities

And we go north where a man is in a critical condition following a traffic accident on the Northern Highway. The mishap occurred at around three-thirty this afternoon near mile [...]

Man charged with Attempted Murder of Stackle Monsanto

Twenty-one year old Ronlee Petillo will spend his Easter behind bars as he has been charged with Attempted Murder and Use of Deadly Means of Harm. Petillo is charged in [...]

Smoke from garbage dump affecting residents

It has been a week since a fire at the garbage dump on the Western Highway has been polluting the area and causing a stench. For about three hundred meters [...]

Former B.D.F soldier charged for pulling gun on his boss

A B.D.F. soldier turned security guard pulled his gun on the wrong man and will spend the long Easter weekend behind bars. Antonio Teul, an employee of Fort Point Security, [...]

Patron at bar assaults waitress

Orange Walk police have detained one person pending charges following an assault on a woman in that municipality. Just before midnight on Wednesday thirty year old Lilian Hernandez, a waitress [...]

Thieves net over $7,000 from K.K. Grocery store

Another business was robbed of cash and other items this week. Song Yu Rong who operates K.K. Grocery at the corner of Gill and Sanker Streets told police that she [...]

Police give tips on home safety…

Criminals are on the loose and not because it’s the holy week that they will let up. So if you plan to be away from your home over the long [...]

…And Port Authority advises mariners not to drink

And it is not only the highway, from early this morning, the water taxis have been taking more than the usual amount of commuters to the islands. Most private boat [...]

Annual Cross Country Classic on Saturday

All systems are in place for the eighty-first annual Cross Country Classic which kicks off on Holy Saturday. There are close to one hundred and twenty individual cyclists, an overwhelming [...]

Price of fish rise as Easter draws closer

Catholics normally don’t eat meat on Fridays during the Lenten season, and on Good Friday that ritual is mostly observed. Fishermen have long practiced that trend and manage to sell [...]

P.M. Barrow to represent Belize at Summit of the Americas

And in news of the region, it is the first time that the Summit of The Americas is being held in the Caribbean, so expectations are high for a successful [...]

Healthy Living examines why skin must be protected

The weatherman is predicting sunny days over the long weekend, that is good news, you may think if you plan to be outdoors. But how much sun is good? Whether [...]