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Mechanic shot on Tigris Street

In our newscast on Monday night, we reported that six persons had been shot over the weekend; two did not survive the gunfire. Early this morning, a shooting in the [...]

No motive yet for murders of 15 and 19 year old youths

The Friday night murder of fifteen year old Devon Reynolds as he went about looking for his aunt on Caesar Ridge Road succeeded that of nineteen year old Shamir Medina [...]

Maranco Limited now has drilling rights over Sugar City

Cabinet met in session today in the Capital and one of the major decisions to come out of that meeting, is that a Production Sharing Agreement was awarded to a [...]

Should patrons of Saturday concert be refunded their money?

Tonight’s question is: Should patrons who bought tickets for the Shyne concert last Saturday, believing that two platinum artists would perform, be refunded their money? Send your comments and responses [...]

Where did you go Mega Bingo Joe?

Joe Marinan, he’s the Mega Bingo Boss whose face you’ve seen on TV on numerous occasions. His recent appearance didn’t have to do with the popular game, it had to [...]

Residents conduct autopsy on pregnant manatee

There is a tragic story about a manatee to report tonight. It follows several instances in which manatees have been hit by boat propellers. Some residents on the south side [...]

Hit and Run on Western Highway

There was a hit and run on the Western Highway on Monday night and the victim did not survive. Police received the call at around ten o’clock and arrived at [...]

B.T.B. investigating harassment allegations of Tour Company

The owner of Cavetubing dot com, Yhony Rosado, backed up by the leaders of three other organizations, stepped up on Monday alleging that his company, tour guides and guests have [...]

Helga, sunken cargo ship, poses risk to marine resources

Meanwhile, Helga, the Panamanian flagged vessel carrying a cargo of salt to Honduras is still at the bottom of the sea near the barrier reef. But will the capsized vessel [...]

Guatemalan National gets fined for Grievous Harm

Guatemalan National, twenty-three year old Manuel De Jesus Lopez Gomez, was charged with four offences following the stabbing of Clive Hyde on September nineteenth 2009. In January, the Director of [...]

Cab driver takes a ride to Prison

A fifty-four year old taxi driver was taken for a ride to Hattieville today, but he ended up at the Belize Central Prison. And Donovan Reid will remain behind bars [...]

Mother says cops traumatized family and dog

Another mother has come forth to accuse members of the Belize Police Department of abusing her son.  But Gilda Jones says that the police are also harassing her family even [...]

Aspiring politician will sue B.E.L. and offer cancer screening

The clock is ticking for twenty-three vendors who operate under Belize Electricity Limited’s main transmission line.  The Mahogany Street vendors have until the end of December to move because that [...]

Sugar Cane Season getting on track

And in the north, after numerous hitches, the 2011 sugar cane season appears to be getting back on track. The Belize Sugar Industries Tower Hill factory was temporarily closed in [...]

Esso Standard Oil taken over by Puma

In economic news, Esso Standard Oil, S.A. Limited, the sole importer of fuel in Belize announced today, that it is one of several companies being sold to Puma Energy. ExxonMobil, [...]

The hottest show in the land, KTV Latino, is live here on 5

Come one; come all to the Bliss Center for Performing Arts tonight because it’s KTV Latino time. Season two has been huge hit with fresh new talent from across the [...]