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Keon Williams Myvette murdered by gunshot to the head

Gun violence has flared up again in the city. The executions of Eric “Ghetto Fab” Savery on Friday and Kenroy Mejia on Saturday, were followed by the homicide of Keon [...]

Inside his home, Keith Middleton shot to the chest

Three hours later, there was another victim of gun violence. The first attempt on Keith Middleton was back in October, but on Monday night Middleton was shot in confines of [...]

Jason Reyes charged for stabbing death of San Pedro resident

Two days after a vicious stabbing in San Pedro ended the life of twenty-three year old Lionel Pinelo, police have a suspect in custody. Today, twenty-one year old Jason Reyes, [...]

Charges dropped, Mayor Moya Flowers almost vindicated

The courtroom drama today was pale in comparison to the political theater that played out when she was first charged on October first, 2009 days after she had given birth [...]

Is Gov’t displaying transparency and accountability in ongoing immigration scandal?

Tonight we ask: Is government displaying any transparency and accountability to get to the bottom of the ongoing immigration scandal? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to [...]

Drug dealer accused Ralph Fonseca and former P.M. in U.S. Court

An online report circulated to media houses today contains rather shocking revelations about a former minister of government as well as a former prime minister. The content of the document [...]

More Sri Lankans trafficked through via Quito, Ecuador and Havana, Cuba.

The government is being completely silent on the gaping holes being exposed in Belize’s national security apparatus by the continuing revelations about the immigration scandal.  Our investigations have shown that [...]

V.I.P. calls for senate investigation of immigration and visa scandal

The Visa and Immigration scandal has revealed a human trafficking ring that spans across the globe. The official investigation of the three flights with thirty-three Chinese Nationals that were trafficked [...]

High Commissioner, Kamela Palma, reinstated

We have been reporting that the High Commissioner Kamela Palma was fired on November first with immediate effect. Her firing caused a maelstrom; the Prime Minister Dean Barrow said she [...]

High School Principal detained for allegedly assaulting co-worker

There is a report to News Five that Denroy Tillett, the principal of Belmopan Comprehensive School, was taken into custody this afternoon.  Belmopan Police have confirmed that Tillett was detained [...]

Former treasury clerk committed to stand trial for theft of public funds

While Mayor Zenaida Moya Flowers was discharged of criminal charges today, three other women charged in another sensational case were committed to stand trial. Back in July 2009, twenty-four year [...]

ABA ROLI to combat transnational crimes including human trafficking

Human trafficking and corruption are common issues confronting the jewel. Earlier today the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, known as (ABA ROLI), launched an initiative to combat transnational [...]

First recipient of the Chris Galvez Scholarship

It was both a joyful and a poignant occasion. There was one happy student who is the recipient of a high school scholarship while the benefactor relived the memories of [...]

Belizeans for Justice continue to champion the cause

Among those present this morning’s celebration were members of Belizeans for Justice. The organization is continuing with its mission to instill a sense of hope among families grieving the murders [...]

Tubal students help hurricane victim by constructing home

We have featured the plight of many hurricane victims who have desperately sought assistance to rebuild their lives. Hattieville resident, Therese Livingston, was one of the persons who lost everything. [...]

Shot to the head, Keon Williams Myvett, now dead

There’s breaking news just into our newsroom tonight. Keon Williams Myvett was shot in the head just before news time on Castle Street. Williams was rushed to the K.H.M.H. and [...]

Murder suspect, Kenroy Mejia, murdered

In our newscast on Friday we left you with the story of Eric Savery, the notorious street figure who was killed on East Canal on Friday afternoon. A little over [...]

One person detained for murder of Eric “Ghetto Fab” Savery

As we said, Eric Savery, also known as Eric Lewis, was murdered on Friday afternoon. Tonight Belize City Police are questioning one person in his shooting death. The thirty-seven year [...]

Stabbed to death with broken bottle on La Isla Bonita

The weekend’s other murder took place in San Pedro where a cabinet maker was stabbed to death outside a bar. Lionel Pinelo had moved to the island years ago in [...]

Oops! Police arrest wrong person for murder of Spanish flight attendant

Police are still trying to close in on leads in the other murder in San Pedro of Spanish flight attendant, thirty-seven year old Maria Antonia Plaza Gomez who was strangled [...]

Detained in Quito, Sri Lankans en route to USA, with visas from Belmopan

Our investigations on the immigration scandal started weeks ago when chartered flights from Haiti carrying Chinese nationals landed at the Philip Goldson International Airport. It exposed a human smuggling ring [...]

Diplomat ‘imperiled an entire nation?’ after accusing minister’s daughter

The media publicity over the termination of High Commissioner Kamela Palma on November first has stirred an ant’s nest in Belmopan. Last Friday at a press conference, Prime Minister Dean [...]

Belize Sugar Industries ‘bruk’ and can’t make payments

The Belize Sugar Industries Limited has announced that it is unable to make the third payment for the 2009-2010 crop, which is due to cane farmers on November eighth. The [...]

Serial burglar, Selvin Seguro, goes wild in Burrell Boom

A resident of Burrell Boom, twenty-six year old Selvin Seguro was charged today after running wild in his village in the last weekend of September. Seguro was charged in relation [...]

Man busted for gun and ammunition while taking dog for a walk

Jamar Gentle’s day started with an early morning walk with his dog and ended with him being sent to prison for two years.  Police busted the twenty-five year old with [...]