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Young love ends in tragedy; 22 year old Christie Carasco murdered

It’s the start of the celebration of Women’s month, but it turned fatal for an alleged victim of domestic abuse. The twenty-two year old vivacious sales representative of Smart on [...]

Cops and brothers; over 25 bullets fired and 3 injured

Late this evening, police issued a release on a midnight shootout in the downtown Punta Gorda. Two brothers and a Asian businessman, known as Tommy, were injured and twenty six [...]

Fire on Jane Usher Boulevard leaves family homeless

A family of four lost everything today in a midday blaze. The origin of the fire is still being determined but it is widely believed an electrical failure triggered it. [...]

Will security problems from upgraded road access outweigh the economic benefits?

A loan of forty-eight million dollars will be spent to upgrade twenty three miles of road in the south that will link the Southern Highway to the Belize/Guatemala border. Tonight’s [...]

Councilor Philloughby says property tax for businesses possible

The City council met today behind closed doors and when that meeting was over, councilor Dean Samuels was elevated to Deputy Mayor for one year to succeed Councilor Philip Willoughby, [...]

Mexican national gets bail for unlicensed gun and ammunition

Mexican soldier Jose Beltran is believed to have crossed the border already after being granted bail by Magistrate Clive Lino. On February twenty-fourth, Beltran was arrested in the Corozal Free [...]

Dismissed cop gets five years salary

After several trips to the courthouse, a lawsuit filed by ex-police officer, Aldo Ayuso, ended today before Justice Oswell Legall in the Supreme Court. Ayuso sued the Commissioner of Police [...]

High School Principal acquitted of aggravated assault charge

The principal of Belmopan Comprehensive School, Denroy Tillett, was acquitted today of Aggravated Assault of an Indecent Nature upon a school warden. Legal Aid Attorney, Phillip Palacio, made a no [...]

Cops who were detained after drug plane landed to face a police tribunal

The four police officers who were charged in connection with the drug plane that landed on the Southern Highway on November thirteenth, 2010 will have to face a police tribunal. [...]

The 5 Shoman Murder Conspirators found Guilty!

The five men who were on trial for conspiracy to commit murder and conspiracy to commit robbery upon the Shoman family of Belize City have all been found guilty.  Miguel [...]

Adolfo Bacab, B.D.F. Soldier, attempts burglary and rape

A Corozal woman was the victim of a horrifying home invasion in broad daylight over the weekend. The twenty-eight year old woman reported to police that on Sunday afternoon, someone [...]

Couple says they were duped into handing over son for adoption

Last week we told you the story of Jamelia, the twenty three year old woman who was a virtual slave and a victim of human trafficking to the United States. [...]

Western caucus supports John Briceño

We have been reporting on the recent slew of attacks on the leadership of Peoples United Party’s John Briceño.  Last week, it was Leonard Chavarria who vociferously railed against Briceño [...]

Preschoolers Parade for Child Stimulation Month

For the past twenty-seven years, preschoolers have marked the beginning of March with a parade through the streets, promoting early childhood education. Today that tradition continued countrywide, as the activities [...]

KTV Latino is Hot and live at the Bliss

KTV Latino hopefuls are tuning up their vocals at this hour to take the stage for another round of competition. The line-up includes six hopefuls of Group A and they [...]