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Thousands of P.U.P. Supporters March Against Corruption

The People’s United Party is energized tonight. In the thousands, supporters came from the villages, towns, cayes, and from the two cities in what looked like the greatest show of [...]

‘Call Elections Now!’

The People’s United Party’s massive demonstration on Sunday culminated at Battlefield Park in downtown Belize City hours after its start. The crowd flooded the area of the Supreme Court spilling [...]

Opposition Leader Says It is Time for a Change

The People’s United Party’s demonstration was announced two weeks ago when Leader John Briceño released the party’s proposed agenda on campaign financing, making five demands on the government. Briceño is [...]

Police Out in Full Force for P.U.P.’s Demonstration

The demonstration and rally went without a hitch on Sunday. Commissioner of Police Chester Williams and his team kept law and order as demonstrators marched through the streets of the Old Capital [...]

Nephew Murders Uncle in Wild Belize City Shooting

Shane Budram was shot and killed near his house on Wagner’s Lane in Belize City and tonight police are looking for his nephew, Raheem Budram, as the suspect in his [...]

Ezekiel Usher is Gunned Down on Rio Bravo Crescent

Twenty-four hours later, there was another murder in Belize City. Shortly after ten o’clock on Saturday night, Ezekiel Usher, an employee of Transparent B.P.O., was gunned down across the street [...]

Foul Play Suspected in the Death of a Canadian National in Hopkins

Police are also investigating the suspected murder of a Canadian national who was reported missing on Friday, after a friend was unable to make contact with him. Just before eleven [...]

Canadian Retiree Robbed in San Pedro Town

A sixty-year-old Canadian retiree was robbed on February fifth in San Pedro Town. The Canadian national visited our studios to share his story. According to the victim, he befriended a [...]

Victim Says Police Investigation Sluggish

According to the Canadian national, the investigation into the robbery has not advanced since the incident two weeks ago. He wants the full force of the law on the woman. [...]

Darwin Prado, Charged with Double Murder, Denied Bail

Twenty-four year-old Darwin Prado, charged with the double murder of Casey Lozano and Marlon Spain, remains behind bars after being denied bail by Supreme Court Justice, Antoinette Moore on Friday.  [...]

Michael Arnold is Fined for Robbery Conviction

In the court today, street figure Michael Arnold, aka “Teetie,” a Pickstock resident, was found guilty of robbery. Arnold was given a non custodial sentence and was fined two thousand [...]

Briceño’s Continued Call for an Independent Investigation into John Saldivar

Former National Security Minister, John Saldivar has been on the airwaves extolling his innocence after he was named in a court in Utah for taking money from the accused fraudster, [...]

Did ACP Marco Vidal Clear Lev Dermen?

After denying that he received monies from fraudster Lev Dermen, John Saldivar later admitted that he received fifty thousand U.S. dollars from Dermen during a trip to Miami in 2014.  [...]

A Woman Claims She was Raped by a Soldier Near Arenal Checkpoint

There are three disturbing reports of rape from the west in our newscast tonight. We start with the case of a woman in Benque Viejo Del Carmen, who claims that [...]

Woman is Raped by her Salvadoran Common-law Husband

There is another case of sexual assault of a woman in Cotton Tree Village. The victim is recovering at the Western Regional Hospital after she was raped at knifepoint by [...]

Police Investigate the Rape of a 14 Year-Old Girl

In Camalote Village, Cayo District, there are varying versions of a report of the sexual assault of a fourteen-year-old female minor. Police say that while a medical exam conducted on [...]

Family of 5 Displaced by Fire, Needs Your Help

A family lost everything when a fire swept through their house on Raleigh Street, Belize City. Tonight, they are appealing for assistance to rebuild their lives. Two children and their [...]

Fender Bender Victim Says Vehicle Owner Refuses to Settle Matter

A man, who was involved in a fender bender about a month ago, says that the person responsible doesn’t want to own up to his responsibility. Dennis Wright says he [...]

Coastal Road Improvement Officially Underway

The Coastal Highway Upgrading Project was formally launched in La Democracia today with attendance from representatives of the governments of Belize and the United Kingdom, as well as the Caribbean [...]

The Weekend in Sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend in Sports...]