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Murder in Ranchito, Corozal; Rigoberto Rosado is Shot Multiple Times Inside His Room

There was a murder in the village of Ranchito in the Corozal District at the crack of dawn today.  The barking of the dogs at four this morning sounded the [...]

A Brother is Gunned Down Less Than a Day after Burying His Sister

Here in Belize City, another family is grieving the loss of one of their own. Around six-thirty on Monday evening, Devin Amoa was murdered in a most vicious way. The [...]

Charles Young Narrowly Escapes Attempt on His Life in City Shooting

Earlier today, Scenes of Crime personnel processed the scene of a late afternoon shooting that took place near the intersection of Western Avenue and Ordonez Street in Belize City.  The [...]

Flooding Intensifies the Most Miserable and Humiliating Circumstances

Tonight we head to the south side of Belize City where far too many families have been living in abject poverty. The COVID pandemic has worsened their lives and now [...]

PM Briceño Feeling Fine; Experts Working on Comprehensive COVID-19 Strategy

Turning to the health of Prime Minister John Briceño….Today, he thanked all those persons who have wished him a speedy recovery; the PM contacted the coronavirus and tested positive on [...]

New C.E.O.s Appointed to Various Ministries; List Now with the G.G.

As the PM recovers, Briceño chaired cabinet virtually today as he gets his grip on the pressing affairs of the nation, including the COVID pandemic.  A number of decisions were [...]

How Has the Pandemic Impacted Crime in Belize?

Belize may see a decline in its murder rate for the first time in seven years. That’s what an analysis of the numbers is showing. Technical Coordinator of the Belize [...]

120 COVID-19 Deaths!

Belize’s COVID-19 death toll is at a staggering one hundred and twenty. On Monday night, the Ministry of Health announced that four more persons had succumbed to the virus.  These [...]

The Guerrero Family Needs Help Locating Their Missing Father

Fifty-four-year-old Egner Guerrero, a resident of George Street here in Belize City, has been missing since Friday and his family is worried that he may be in danger because of [...]

Over 150 Families Affected by Flooding in Corozal District

The waters are beginning to recede up north, but residents are bracing for another round of flooding later this week.  Today, across the district, assessments are taking place of the [...]

Cabinet to Decide on Food Assistance for Flood Victims!

For the past couple weeks we have been reporting on the flooding across the country. As we’ve shown you, thousands have been affected.  They have suffered losses in personal property, [...]

What’s Happening Near Boom Road?

An unusual operation is taking place along the Burrell Boom Road where a massive amount of floodwater is being pumped from one property and funneled through a nearby culvert which [...]

Priority Areas for the Human Development Ministry

Minister Dolores Balderamos-Garcia says she has hit the ground running since assuming office a few days ago.  Balderamos-Garcia is the Minister for Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples Affairs; the [...]

What’s the Status of U.S. Ambassador to Belize

Three and a half years later and there’s still no U.S Ambassador to Belize. In fact during the presidency of Donald Trump a number of US embassies functioned without an [...]

Tourist Visas to Resume in February 2020, Tentatively

As the pandemic rages on in Belize and abroad, one of the hardest hit countries is the United States.  Locally, the embassy had suspended the processing of tourist visas and [...]

Joy For A Child Foundation Sees Prisoner Reaching Out to Help Children

A new initiative is being rolled out by an inmate of the Belize Central Prison to reach out to children who have lost their parents to violence.  The Joy for [...]