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Minor, 14yrs, shot twice during home invasion

Less than twenty-four hours after the Euphrates shooting, about a block away on Glenn Street, Isaiah Milton, a fourteen year old student from Salvation Army Primary School, was shot. Sometime [...]

Breaking News: three persons shot on Fabers Road

A few minutes ago, a shooting was reported near the Port Loyola Preschool in Belize City. At least one person was injured in the shooting that occurred at the corner [...]

America’s Most Wanted in Belize; this time it’s the host, not a criminal

The man whose face is associated with most of the sought after criminals on the lam, is the host of America’s Most Wanted.  AMV host, John Walsh is in Belize [...]

Protestors take to the street about national issues

The issues were many, but the size of the crowd was not as weighty. Many politicians as well as activists joined Saturday’s protest in downtown Belize City, organized by COLA. [...]

Senator says GOB needs to officially clarify “artificial border” statement

Another issue that was on the minds of the protestors was the Foreign Minister’s ‘artificial border’ comment made to an Organization of American States reporter in mid December last year. [...]

DPP to recall witnesses in Christopher Galvez murder

Twenty-three year old Christopher Galvez was murdered on December twenty second. The family claims it has encountered roadblocks of alleged corruption and interference on the road to finding justice for [...]

Jamaican fishing boats still in PG harbor

Five Jamaican fishing vessels sailed across the seas to set up a fishing venture in Punta Gorda in December 2009. It caused controversy with the residents in southern Belize and [...]

Marlon Ysaguirre detained for attempted murder and robbery

A single bullet found its mark on Luis Kerr Junior’s neck when a lone gunman on a bicycle opened fire on him as he sat in front of his home [...]

Former B.D.F. soldier dodges bullet during robbery attempt

A former B.D.F. solider put the skills he acquired in the military to good use when he fought off an attack that could have ended fatally. But while twenty-five year [...]

Gracie Rock village chairman charged with Theft

Village Council elections are scheduled for some time this year and there are many hopefuls running for the top spots.  But the chances for one current chairman to be re-elected [...]

Could accident have been set up by robbers?

A traffic accident in Hattieville on Saturday night could have been the work of thieves using all sorts of ways to catch their unsuspecting prey. Dennis Wright says he encountered [...]

New bus regulations causing confusion at northern border

And in the north, Belizeans who headed to Mexico in public transportation either for weekend getaways or the end of month shopping, experienced delays at the border over the weekend.  [...]

Kidney dialysis patient loses fingers but fight’s not over

Dialysis patient, Jose Cruz, has been on the front line in the battle to secure treatment for persons diagnosed with chronic renal failure. But when he spoke to News Five [...]

Belize Karate Federation to host Central American championships

Karate may not be as popular as basketball or football, but its kicks, blocks and chops have been present in Belize.  But its graceful katas have been lying dormant in [...]

James Adderley analyzes the stats as cyclists cross the finish line

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The tension continues to mount inside the cycling community as we speed on to the massive 2010 Cross Country Classic [...]