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Gabourel Lane fire leaves 25 homeless

Over the weekend the night sky was filled with billowing smoke and a blaze of red as fire burned its way through two buildings in Belize City and threatened several [...]

Boy charged w/sex crimes against 7 yr. old sister

Tonight a twelve year old boy is in guarded custody after being arrested and charged for sex crimes committed against his seven year old sister. According to police, the little [...]

Bus accident on Hummingbird Hwy. kills man

A traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway over the weekend has claimed the life of a Hope Creek villager. According to the cops, around 4:00 p.m. on Friday, twenty-nine year [...]

Belize City resident found murdered

Meanwhile, police are investigating the death of a construction worker in Belize City. Reports are that around ten-thirty this morning the body of nineteen year old Hector Roberto Medrano was [...]

B.T.L. bad wire disconnects Belize City from west

Hundreds of frustrated telephone customers suffered through most of the day as efforts to call Belmopan, Benque Viejo and all points in between proved fruitless. According to sales representatives of [...]

New immigration/customs bldg. opened in Benque

In other news from the west, today, the border station in Benque Viejo got a much needed face-lift. News 5′s Jacqueline Woods and Rick Romero hit the highway this morning [...]

Garinagu community gear up for Settlement Day

On this, the eve of Garifuna Settlement Day, intensive preparations continue for the long list of cultural activities planned for tonight and tomorrow. And just in case you’re one of [...]

Festival highlights need for Belizean dancers

The second International Dance Festival may be over, but the work required to bring Belize’s level of dancing on par with global standards continues. According to local experts, the event [...]

Regent rewards poets and artists with $8,000

Several Belizean school children are hundreds of dollars richer tonight…their reward for making insurance interesting. Over a hundred and thirty budding poets and artists spent hours painting posters and writing [...]

Horseracing and football with James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and you’re locked on to this fresh dish of Sports Monday. The mad rush to make the four team playoffs in the Belize Premier Football [...]