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CBC loses signals on Western and Southern Highways

It‘s eyeball to eyeball and earlier today—at three o’clock to be precise—Telemedia disconnected access to its fiber optic cable at mile sixteen as they had said to the C.B.C. cable [...]

Scuffle at the Belize/Guatemala border leaves sergeant injured

Skirmishes along borders are nothing strange but Belizean and Guatemalan authorities managed to pacify a situation before it got out of control on Wednesday morning near the office of the [...]

Two charged for Importing Prohibited Drugs

There is ongoing investigation about suspect cargo coming through Belize and today two men were taken to court and slapped with charges of importing prohibited goods. This past Monday, Lennox [...]

Underground music store jacker gets five years

In other court news, today twenty-two year old Jarett Crawford was found guilty of two counts of robbery. Magistrate Dorothy Flowers sentenced Crawford to five years for each count with [...]

One injured in latest city shooting

Crime and violence continue unabated in the streets of the city. A man escaped serious injury and perhaps death when he was shot three times this morning on North Creek. [...]

Robbers net sizeable bounty in separate burglaries

Separate burglaries have netted robbers over thirty-seven thousand dollars in cash and goods. On Wednesday, Ysenia Rojas reported to police that she was at her business, Belize Foam Factory, at [...]

Youths finger amputated on the way to girlfriend

An Orange Walk youth has been hospitalized, for injuries to his hands. On Wednesday night, police visited the Northern Regional Hospital to find sixteen year old Rosendo Murrillo Junior of [...]

Belmopan resident dies is traffic accident on island

A Belmopan resident is dead following a traffic accident in San Pedro Town. The collision occurred around six-thirty this morning on the south end of the island. Police say that [...]

Canada donates vehicle to ITVET

Mechanic students of the Institute of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, today benefitted from a 1999 Ford Escort courtesy of the Canadian Government. The car will be used by [...]

Althea Neal’s summer camp is about love

When it comes to crime, theories abound on what should be done to keep youths from falling to the wayside. Tonight, one private citizen is doing her part to occupy [...]

Breakdown in family structure is one cause for rising crime

CRIME: its roots and causes are on everyone’s minds. It is ripping apart families, and its path, destroying the fabric of society. Tonight, Jose Sanchez takes a comprehensive look at [...]