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Justin Daniels Rescued At Sea After 5 Hours Adrift

A San Pedro tour guide is tonight at home recovering from a harrowing experience at sea. Justin Daniels was stranded off the coast of Caye Caulker on Sunday night for [...]

Police: Raccoon Street Extension Murder Resulted from Shooting Minutes Earlier

The weekend did not go by without street violence, as a young man was shot and killed sometime after eight on Sunday night in Belize City and police say that [...]

A Second Shooting Occurred Sunday Night over a Woman

The violence did not end there. Sometime after nine p.m., another man was shot, and as luck – or fate would have it, the motive of this attack was also [...]

Police Intercept 12-Year-Old with Loaded Gun

And while the shootings were rampant on Sunday night in Belize City, earlier that same day, police nabbed a twelve-year-old child with a loaded gun. The interception happened on Malcolm [...]

Police Warn Against Cop Impersonators

As we’ve reported, there was a murder in San Pedro early on Friday morning. Sometime before three a.m., nineteen-year-old Keon Jamal Quiroz was lured to his front door by someone [...]

U.D.P. Mobilizes Throngs of Supporters for Endorsement Convention

On Sunday morning in Belize City, stalwarts of the United Democratic Party descended on Youth for the Future Drive.  They came from all corners of the country and gathered at [...]

11th Amendment Stayed in the House of Representatives

On Friday evening, at the conclusion of a lengthy House meeting, the motion to proceed with the Eleventh Amendment was stayed when it was taken to the Committee of the [...]

PM Briceño, “11th Amendment is not about Shyne Barrow.”

This morning, Prime Minister John Briceño appeared on Open Your Eyes and weighed in on the controversial piece of law.  He says that the Eleventh Amendment is not about Shyne [...]

Parliamentarians Appalled by LOO’s Response to House Speaker

Opposition Leader Shyne Barrow had choice words for House Speaker Valerie Woods in response to the failed no-confidence motion he attempted to bring before parliament on Friday.  His description of [...]

PM Talks Cruise Development and Senate Inquiry

While on the Morning Show today, we also asked PM Briceño about the present investment climate in respect of cruise tourism development.  Prior to answering that question, he segued briefly [...]

Fire Destroys House in Lake-I

A family is displaced after a fire destroyed the interior of their home on Saturday on Aloe Vera Street, in the Lake Independence area. A neighbor shared with News Five [...]

Mother of Three Succumbs to Injuries Following Hit & Run

Glenda Estrada, a mother of three, including a newborn who is one month old, passed away this morning.  Estrada was pregnant and was due to deliver her baby when she [...]

Brothers Claim Wrongful Detention in Caye Caulker Brawl

A Caye Caulker resident who claims to have been badly beaten by a group of friends he was socializing with is tonight seeking justice for himself and his brother. Eber [...]

The Weekend in Sports

Goodnight and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday, I am Paul Lopez. American Soccer Player Abby Wambach famously said, “You must not only have competitiveness but ability, regardless of [...]