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Richard Garcia Shot Dead by Police in Chunox; Residents Demand Justice

An internal and a criminal investigation is underway following the shooting death of Richard Garcia, a handyman in Chunox, Corozal, by police who went to the Garcia’s house to carry [...]

O.C. of Corozal Says Officers Felt Threatened

Corozal cops are in hot water after Garcia’s death, but they say it’s not that simple. Today, Senior Superintendent Dennis Arnold said police had previously responded to several incidents involving [...]

Police Want to Charge ‘Rioting’ Chunox Villagers

Before we go to break…in respect of the shooting death of Richard Garcia in Chunox, Senior Superintendent Arnold also told us today that Garcia had chances to leave the property [...]

Cotton Tree’s Omar Barahona Shot 7 Times, But Who Was the Real Target?

Just days before his departure from his home village of Cotton Tree, a twenty-one year old popular resident was shot and killed. Omar Barahona Junior was at a family get-together [...]

Toledo Teachers’ Credit Union Robbed of More than 100 thousand dollars

A well-orchestrated robbery was executed with precision on Thursday at the Toledo Teachers Credit Union in the south. A pair of robbers made away with over a hundred thousand dollars [...]

Ex-F.F.B. Exec Sergio Chuc Challenges Disqualification from Election

There is further controversy leading up to the election for the executive of the Football Federation of Belize which takes place on June twenty-fourth. Former President Ruperto Vicente and Acting [...]

Sergio Chuc Says Supporters Will Not Show Up to ‘Rigged’ Election

The F.F.B. has since brought in CONCACAF to oversee the election process, but Chuc expects to throw a wrench in that process.  Now, seven associations with two votes each make [...]

Police Rule Out ‘Serial Killer’ Theory in Corozal Murders

Last week, in the immediate aftermath of the brutal double murder of Zeidy Orozco and Balthazar Lopez, questions were raised as to whether a serial killer may be at work [...]

Thais Cowo Charged for Harm; Says Justice Must Be Served

This afternoon in Orange Walk, twenty-five-year-old mother of three, Thais Cowo of San Pablo Village, was arraigned in the Magistrate’s Court on a single charge of harm. She is accused [...]

Owner of Twins’ Supermarket Robbed at Home

On Saturday evening, police responded to a report of a robbery at Twins Supermarket on Saint Thomas Street in north side Belize City. Today, it was business as usual at [...]

Accused Serial Rapist Free of 2 Convictions

A serial rapist in Belmopan, accused of sexually assaulting a woman in March 2011, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison.  He was also serving a ten-year stretch for an [...]

84-Year-Old Fights for Life after Orange Walk Stabbing

In Orange Walk, on Saturday afternoon around twelve-thirty, eighty-four year old Pablo Zenon Reyes was standing in front of his establishment, a tortilla factory located on Progress Street. Suddenly, without [...]

O.W. Accident Victim Tells News Five He’s Lucky to be Alive

An Orange Walk man says he is lucky to be alive tonight following a traffic accident on the Yo Creek Road on Saturday afternoon. Thirty-six year old Einer Toloza of [...]

St. Matthew’s Government School Has New Building

Beyond the Horizon is implementing several projects across Belize valued at over ten million U.S. dollars. The projects include health facilities, as well as school buildings. One school to receive [...]

Haven House Seeks Funds Through 5K Walk Against Domestic Violence

Domestic violence against women has ended tragically in numerous cases across the country. But women continue to suffer in silence. Over the weekend, an initiative by a nonprofit organization that [...]

Lady Footballers in Charge of Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights from the weekend sporting activities….]