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Brazen home invasion in Belama Phase 2

A brazen home invasion took place this afternoon. A housekeeper was ambushed by three armed men after two p.m. on Gwen Lizarraga Street in the Belama Phase Two area. News [...]

More questionable adoptions by U.S. National

On Tuesday night, a couple from Independence revealed that they had consented to give up their son for adoption in 1994 because they could not afford his medical attention. They [...]

Funeral services arranged for murder victim, Christie Carasco

Funeral services for twenty two year-old Christie Carasco will take place on Thursday in Orange Walk Town.  The mother of a two year old daughter was stabbed to death at [...]

Viewers respond to question about Highway to Guatemala Border

The government is investing forty-seven million dollars to upgrade the southern highway up to the border with Guatemala. When you consider the number of incursions already happening in the south, [...]

Three cops awarded by U.S. for capturing America’s Most Wanted

In recent times Belize has become a haven for US fugitives. Many have been captured and handed over to the United States; in fact, Belize places second globally among the [...]

Former Mexican Soldier charged for counterfeit, gun and ammo

A Mexican national who claimed to be a soldier from Tabasco was busted on an ammunition charge at the Corozal Free Zone last Thursday. His apprehension has opened a can [...]

City Council’s Bandstand and Open Day

The Belize City Council is known for maintenance of streets, garbage collection, property tax collection and the fiery rift between its mayor and central government. But there is more to [...]

Cycling Association apologizes to junior rider who was in accident

As sixteen year old Ethan Neal crossed the finish line in Saturday’s cycling race, he collided into an oncoming pick-up truck. Neal suffered several injuries to the face, neck and [...]

Therapist discusses alternatives for teens contemplating suicide

On Monday, we aired a portion of an interview with an eighteen year old fourth form student, Daisy Cerda, of Benque Viejo del Carmen who attempted to commit suicide. Daisy’s [...]

‘Best of America by Horseback’ takes to Banana Bank Trail

Tom Seay is the well known host of a US television show called Best of America by Horseback. Seay got off the Carnival Liberty this past Tuesday on a brief [...]

U.S. Navy paints the town, literally

The US Navy ship, USS Gunston Hall, has been in Belizean waters since February twenty-fifth. Aside from carrying on joint exercises with the Belize Defence Force and the Coast Guard, [...]

KTV Latino hopefuls sing their heart out on the Bliss Stage

Appearing on stage at the Bliss on Tuesday night were six KTV Latino hopefuls. They energized the crowd with their solo renditions of Latin songs that either took us down [...]