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Mother of 4 year old rape victim wants justice

Rape is one of the most heinous crimes that can be committed and tonight there is growing public outrage over the sexual abuse of a four year old girl and [...]

Police say not enough evidence; but will collect DNA

And while the mother feels alone and is calling on the authorities to do everything in their power, the police say they are not sitting back idly. The Police Department [...]

16 year old shot in the head because he lived in zone

Another minor was shot in the city; it happened in the height of the rush hour near the traffic lights on Freetown Road. Police won’t confirm, but word on the [...]

Suspect murdered before his court date

While Justin Teck is holding on to life, two other persons were murdered over the weekend. Forty-six year old Floyd Ifield Davis was expected to appear in court on charges [...]

Murder and Attempted Suicide in Cayo

The other murder, a crime of passion, occurred in the west at the start of the weekend. On Friday night, a young woman was murdered and the alleged killer attempted [...]

Family Funeral for Price at Holy Redeemer

The Right Honorable George Cadle Price was laid to rest on Monday after a week of national mourning. Thousands paid their last respects to the first prime minister, whose casket [...]

Thousands at Independence Hill for State Funeral

The official ceremony at Independence Hill on Monday was equally moving. Price received the highest accolades from the Belize and other governments across the hemisphere. News Five’s Andrea Polanco reports [...]

George Price laid to rest at Lord Ridge Cemetery

The casket draped with the Belizean flag took hours to arrive at the Lord Ridge Cemetery where Price had chosen as his final resting place. Family and friends were stoic [...]

Mourners view casket at Bliss and Price Center

It is estimated that in the range of eleven thousand persons visited the flag draped casket of first Prime Minister George Price in a period of sixteen hours at the [...]

Register sim cards and phones or lose numbers

There’s a new law that will kick in on October eleventh, which is bound to stir public debate over privacy issues. It is the mandatory registration of prepaid cellular numbers. [...]

Villager alleges kidnapping and abuse by cops

A Lucky Strike resident is making serious allegations against a group of police officers. Frank Elijio claims that he had to be hospitalized after he was kidnapped and brutalized by [...]

Uniformed cops allegedly drinking and beating bailiff

Police officers Constable Leonardo Yama and Sergeant Jose Ortega have been charged following an altercation which left a Magistrate’s Court bailiff toothless.  According to the victim, he was socializing at [...]

Jamaica’s Prime Minister steps down

We will have more in Caribbean Newsline coming up after our local newscast, but in Jamaica, Prime Minister Bruce Golding has stunned that country with an announcement that he is [...]

Another night of stellar performances on Duets

KTV Duets is back at the Bliss tonight and it is going to be a show to remember. The talent that has made it so far from Groups A and [...]