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Unidentified body of murdered man found on Western Highway

The latest murder victim was found on Monday night in an area where several other homicides have been reported. The body of the Hispanic man was discovered shortly after ten [...]

Jealousy is the motive for stabbing of pregnant woman

On Monday night we reported that a pregnant woman was viciously attacked as she and her family slept at their Neal Pen Road home.  The victim is twenty-eight year old [...]

Saint Margaret’s Villager knocked down and killed near home

Earlier in the newscast, we told you that police need your help in identifying a man found dead on the Western Highway. They also need your assistance in locating driver [...]

Ladyville police capture men with high caliber weapons

The Police Department has removed three more weapons off the street and it is believed the owners could have been on their way to commit a crime when they were [...]

Should anti-crime measures be addressed before awareness campaign?

Restore Belize was launched back in May as the government’s initiative to rein in crime. It is a complex and multi-faceted approach.  In the meantime, however, the murders and other [...]

Diver drowns at Blue Hole

An employee of Ramon’s Dive Shop in San Pedro drowned while on a tour with tourists at sea.  Twenty-seven year old Andy Carr had been living in San Pedro for [...]

David White’s mothers says charge Lavern for Murder

Lavern Longsworth, also known as “Anti Christ”, set her common-law-husband on fire during an argument on July fifteenth. She was charged with attempted murder, but David White succumbed to the [...]

Hard times cause woman to steal from grocery store

They say desperate times call for desperate measures; that must have been the case when four women decided to steal food from the Ladyville Community Store at mile nine on [...]

Kenroy Jex gets bail after accident that caused death of a teen

Also in court, twenty-seven year old Kenroy Jex, a mechanic of Biscayne Village, was charged following the death of a teenager on Thursday of last week.  Dale Sibley was knocked [...]

Belize and Mexico cooperate on taking the sting out of dengue

In the past few months the cases of dengue have been on the rise.  At the end of June there were three hundred and fifty confirmed cases with about fifty [...]

APAMO against bidding for co-management of national parks

The Forest Department announced last week that environmental groups that co-manage national parks and archaeological sites may soon get the ink on the dotted line of these agreements. But Chief [...]

“I Am Belize” is the theme song for Restore Belize

A number of artists and producers have composed the theme song “I am Belize.” The upbeat composition was launched today to roll out the awareness campaign of Restore Belize, the [...]

Venezuela’s Mission Miracle ready to help people to see the light

Mission Miracle, Venezuela’s medical eye mission to Belize has assisted one hundred and ninety eight Belizeans across the country to remedy eye afflictions.  The medical team comes to Belize every [...]