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Botched robbery attempt turns to murder in Orange Walk

Gunshots rang out in Orange Walk Town on Thursday night and within minutes, a ninth victim was added to the growing list of homicides since the year began.  Baldemar Moguel [...]

Armed robbers get cash from Carmen’s Takeout

But in the city, just after the rush of the lunch hour this afternoon, two thieves stormed into Carmen’s Take Out on East Canal Street. It’s a time of the [...]

Trigger happy gunman sprays bullets near gas station

Within three hours of the armed robbery at Carmen’s, more gunshots were heard when a trigger-happy man fired a barrage of bullets on Youth for the Future Drive. His target [...]

Two charged for murder of Darrell Williams

But turning to one of the bloody murders at the beginning of the week, police have two persons for the murder of nineteen year old Darrel Williams Junior and injuries [...]

City home destroyed in late evening fire

Just before news time, a blaze has left a single woman homeless.  The small wooden structure at number twenty-four Baracat Street caught fire after the woman, Joyce McClaren, left home [...]

Marine study has good news about Belize Barrier Reef

Conservational International and marine scientists from across the ocean converged in the capital for a multi sector symposium on Belize’s marine life throughout the day. The NGO worked along with [...]

Can Chamber of Commerce make trade easier between Belize and Mexico?

Droves of Belizeans cross the border to shop or to get away, far more than the number of Mexicans that come to Belize. The trade imbalance has been discussed for [...]

Buses still not allowed to cross into Quintana Roo on weekends

Mexico’s Ambassador to Belize Luis Manuel Lopez-Moreno attended the joint chamber discussion. Lopez-Moreno addressed the ongoing dispute that has locked out Belizean buses from crossing the border on the weekend, [...]

Belizeans send over $300,000 to Haiti

The global relief efforts for Haiti have not waned and Belize’s input to that country’s rebuilding is impressive.  So far our local Red Cross Society has contributed three hundred and [...]

Grace Primary fundraises to assist 7 year old shooting victim

Earlier in the newscast we reported that two men have been charged with murder and a slew of other charges in connection with Monday evening’s shooting at the corner of [...]

PROTO holds Telethon to raise funds for Jose Cruz

Another person who is in desperate need of help is Jose Cruz, a dialysis patient and activist. And the group, People Reaching Out To Others, (PROTO) have been putting in [...]

George “Rithm” Martinez gives motivational talk to youths

Youths from around the country will be converging on Saturday morning in the capital for a conference and concert designed to motivate and inspire them.  The event is connected with [...]

US Embassy hosts Black History exhibit in Belmopan

Black History month is celebrated annually in February. The month was set aside since 1926 and is traced back to Doctor Carter G. Woodson of Kentucky, the son of slaves, [...]

Youth for the Future in need of funding to help youths

The Poverty Assessment Report released last week revealed that a little less than fifty percent of the population is considered poor. That’s an alarming reality, but the report pointed to [...]

Safiyyah finds pre-valentine entertainment

Hey I’m Safiyyah and this is What’s Happening Belize. The people in Haiti are still in need of a lot more help and tonight Orange Walk Rotoract Club in collaboration [...]