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Former cyclist dies in brutal accident

Tonight, family, friends and the cycling community are grieving the immeasurable loss of young Ariel Rosado. The twenty-eight year old was killed in a terrible traffic accident just before midnight [...]

19 year old flung from Tacoma in Hummingbird Highway accident

There was another traffic fatality involving a Toyota Tacoma pickup over the weekend. This time tragedy struck on the Hummingbird Highway, between miles forty-two and forty-three. On Sunday, Balmore Hernandez [...]

God’s soldier, Dwight Warrior, killed on the way home

A day before the traffic fatality involving Ariel Rosado, there was another loss of life. Dwight Warrior was executed while he was in a van along with two friends. One [...]

Kenroy Young, former U.N. Youth Ambassador, currently convicted burglar

Kenroy Young was once the UN Youth Ambassador, but he is also distinguishing himself as a career criminal. Since 2008, he has been in court on several theft related charges [...]

Stabbing in Cayo

There are reports coming out of Cayo of a stabbing incident involving Nelson Pinelo. Police have not reported it in the daily blotter, but Pinelo is said to have been [...]

Cop shot in the leg in Punta Gorda

Police Constable David Griffith, he’s the officer who was in the middle of a controversy following the death of Teddy Murillo a little over a year ago. Well on Friday [...]

Collet Montejo is P.U.P.’s Cayo Central Candidate

The convention season is in full swing and on Sunday, five P.U.P. hopefuls brought out their supporters in the Cayo Central division. With four hundred and ninety-one votes, Collet Montejo [...]

ADM Belize Mills Secondary School Nutrition Quiz winners

We’ve reported so far in this newscast on numerous crime-related incidents, but there’s one positive story tonight involving the state of food and nutrition in Belize. A Western School walked [...]

Loan paves the way for 23 miles of Southern Highway

A forty-seven million dollar agreement was signed between the government and CISCO Construction Limited on February twenty-eighth for the paving of twenty-three miles of the Southern Highway, leading to the [...]

Travel advisory to Guatemala; 27 killed/decapitated in Flores

Petén is immediately across the western border with Guatemala and many Belizeans frequently travel by road through the area either for business or vacation. Still yet, tourists to the Jewel, [...]

Sugar shortage in Belize because of export market

As we reported last week, though produced locally, sugar has become a scarce commodity on grocery store shelves across the country.  However, the two weeks shortage cannot be attributed to [...]

Students take a look at Public Servants

International Public Service Day will be observed on June twenty-third, but in anticipation, government departments mounted all day exhibitions at the Charles Bartlett Hyde compound in the City today. The [...]

Sports Monday’s Cycling Winner is Belizean

Good Evening, I am James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. The 22nd Annual Women’s Cross Country Cycle Classic will be remembered for a very long time because it proved [...]