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Minor drowned, but did phone tell a different tale?

Was a seventeen year old in San Antonio, Cayo District, murdered or did he fall in a well and drown? The family of Dimitri Mena believes he was killed and [...]

Robbers put elderly woman’s bar on fire

Up north, an elderly woman, sixty-four year old Petrona Leal, proprietor of Pasos Bar in Libertad Village, is tonight lucky to be alive following a brazen home invasion.  Leal, who [...]

Is Rural Central ready for Dolores?

It’s political season and on the campaign trail today we caught up with Dolores Balderamos Garcia as she prepares for the March seventh elections. Dolores is a former area representative [...]

Was signature disqualification deliberate?

Tonight’s question is: Do you believe that it was deliberate to disqualify eight thousand signatures to prevent the referendum on oil exploration? Send your comments and responses using your SMART [...]

Independent Candidate for Cayo North

In the 2012 elections, there is a burst of independent candidates in the political arena. While the polls have been showing that they are not a factor, their numbers have [...]

Paid loan also written-off loan!

Remember the write-offs from the Ministry of Housing last year? About sixty million dollars were written off in delinquent loans, but tonight News Five has obtained copies of letters issued [...]

10 years for Pint-Bottle Manslaughter

Estevan Williams, a teenager found guilty of the 2008 manslaughter of Jerson Paguada Hernandez, was today sentenced to ten years in prison.  On Friday, a unanimous decision was handed down [...]

Stolen girlfriend translates in Aggravated Assault

A bar room brawl over a woman ended up before the courts and today forty-five year old Shawn Hyde was convicted of Aggravated Assault. The Mahogany Heights resident was charged [...]

Conejo wants fair negotiation with Oil Company

Twenty-three Conejo Villagers were fired by U.S. Capital Energy, the company that his hoping to strike oil in the southern most part of the country. The mass firings came soon [...]

G.G. tells Oceana to negotiate with Minister

Another issue that is simmering is the referendum. Over twenty-thousand signatures were collected to propel a vote on oil exploration. Eighteen thousand were required but last week, the Elections Boundaries [...]

But Government rejected Referendum

The intention of the Coalition was to have the referendum on March seventh to coincide with the elections. But at a press conference last week, Prime Minister Dean Barrow out [...]

GSU catches some robbers

A trio of stickup artists was busted in the act of robbing a fast-food vendor this afternoon on Partridge Street.  Eighteen year old Adam Joseph, eighteen year old Clifford Lorenzo [...]

Health of the Mesoamerican Reef is failing

A recent eco-audit commissioned by Healthy Reefs Initiative shows that the health of the Mesoamerican reef is failing and that at least seventy percent was in poor condition in the [...]

And the latest lotto winner is…

A winning lottery ticket that was purchased in Des Moines in December 2010 is now at the center of a criminal investigation in Iowa, USA and it has ties to [...]

KTV Latino; Hottest Show in the Land begins

It’s finally here; the first live show of KTV Latino Season Three. We showed you the auditions by almost fifty singers from across the country and only twenty-two of them [...]