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Yes to I Do, Channel 5 follows Julio & Vanesa to marital bliss

The spectacular comeback of Channel Five’s reality wedding airs tonight. The wedding of Julio and Vanessa was interrupted when the groom was injured in a traffic accident in July. Vanessa [...]

Hottest Show in the Land; Duets elevates family entertainment

The five duos did not disappoint on Tuesday night, in fact they thrilled the audience and judges to the max. There was a medley of Michael Jackson hits, drama and [...]

Mom in Fort Worth, Texas says her son was murdered

A twenty-six year old deportee who left the jewel some fifteen years ago was found lifeless over the weekend. Sherlock Syfox has been back in Belize for ten months, but [...]

Did cops cause a pregnant woman to suffer a miscarriage?

There have been widespread allegations of police brutality that some people believe the abuse is now institutionalized.  The most recent case is so shocking that it pales in comparison to [...]

Youth for the Future’s computers stolen

The computers were stolen from Youth for the Future, which is situated near the Bel-China Bridge and just about a hundred yards from the couple’s home.  Seven Dell brand flat [...]

Do you believe that phone tapping will deter crime?

Tonight’s question is: Do you believe that phone tapping will deter crime? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our e-poll [...]

Unconfirmed Report: 2 alleged Scotia Bank robbers dead in Honduras

At least two Belizeans have been killed in Honduras. The two were wanted in connection with the brave March thirtieth armed robbery at the Scotiabank branch in Spanish Lookout and [...]

Conman continues to trick educational facilities

Almost a year ago, he was convicted for conning a number of persons who fell victim to his scams. Well he’s back; Artemio Acosta has surfaced with a partner in [...]

Rash kids still missing

Siblings Onelia and Benjamin Rash disappeared without a trace almost a month ago on Monday, August thirtieth while on a routine trip to Punta Gorda Town and its nearby communities [...]

Price of a cylinder of butane goes up

If you’re heading out to buy butane, you’ll need an extra two bucks because the prices have increased as of Monday. That puts the price in Belize City and Corozal [...]

She set his heart, then his home, on fire

A thirty-one year old Belize City woman has been charged with arson. Marsha Bood is accusing of attempting to set on fire, the house of her ex, Godfrey Dougal.  On [...]

Given a second chance by Kolbe, but former inmate disappoints

A former inmate who served five years inside the Hattieville Prison for armed robbery is tonight once again in lockdown after being for drug trafficking.  Freddy Fuller who was released [...]

Club goer gets clubbed over the head

Last week’s robbery of Palm Island netted thieves thousands of dollars. The cash and stolen items were not recovered and no arrests have been made. And over the weekend the [...]

Pudgy teddy bear was fed $28,000

A joint operation conducted between the Crimes Intelligence Unit, Special Branch and Gang Unit netted close to thirty thousand dollars for the cops.  On September twentieth at five-thirty pm a [...]

Solution to school’s asbestos problem

In April we reported on the health risks to students and teachers at Saint Peter Claver Primary in Punta Gorda caused by the asbestos roofing that was disintegrating over them.  [...]

2 more years before Kendall Bridge is replaced

Ever since the Kendall Bridge washed away by tropical storm Arthur in 2008, the crossing which was constructed in its place, has failed repeatedly to be a suitable temporary replacement. [...]

Grace Passes on the Love to schools

Pass on the love, that’s what the people at Grace are doing. Back in July, Grace Kennedy Belize, organized a four mile fun-run to raise funds for deserving schools and [...]

Duets is back!

After a brief interruption due to the Independence Day celebrations, the search for the next crop of local stars will be on this Tuesday night at the Bliss. Only five [...]

Body of deportee washes up on Southern Foreshore

Was a twenty-three year old deportee murdered? That’s what police are trying to determine. This weekend, the high tide in Belize City did not only wash sea water and debris [...]

Orange Walk man passes away in wheelchair

The second death reported this weekend, was up north in Orange Walk. But the body did not wash to shore in the floods; in fact it was simply sitting in [...]

MET Office traces TD Matthew and Flood Prone Areas

In our last newscast on Friday, the seventeenth tropical depression for this year intensified and became Tropical Storm Matthew. It initially posed a threat to our nation over the past [...]

High tide on City Streets that are below sea level

Matthew was the third storm to threaten Belize for this year’s hurricane season. And similar to the previous storms, Alex in June and Karl earlier this month, the Jewel was [...]

Cayo bridges under troubled waters

Matthew dumped as much as ten inches of rainfall and by this morning the water levels were rising in the west; in some areas as much as ten feet. Bridges [...]

Constitution helps to reduce sentences of two convicted

A ruling was handed down this morning in the Supreme Court in the case of two minors convicted for murder and sentenced to life. Anthony ‘Zambo’ Bowen and David Jones [...]

Akeem Humes charged with Murder

Jason Flores was gunned down on the morning of December ninth, 2009. Four months after the murder, in April of this year, Ryan Alvarez was charged and remanded for the [...]