Home » News
CIDG files raps vs Albayalde

CIDG files raps vs Albayalde

  Former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief General Oscar Albayalde was charged Monday before the Department of Justice (DoJ) over his connection with the 13 so-called “ninja cops” involved in the questionable 2013 anti-illegal drugs operations in Pampanga. The name of Albayalde has been included in the names of respondents in the amended complaint filed […]

Man surrenders to police after shooting wife in Caloocan City

  A man surrendered to the police Sunday night after he shot his live-in partner dead inside their house in Barangay 177, Camarin, Caloocan City. Police identified the victim as Maricar Salem, 32, a factory worker; and the suspect as Rey Andy Capuz, 35, a construction worker. Investigation showed that the two were having a heated […]

Continue reading …
Cavs, Kamao still unbeaten in UNTV Cup

Defending champion Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Malacañang-Philippine Sports Commission defeated their rivals Sunday and stayed unbeaten in their respective group elims in the 8th UNTV Cup at the Pasig City Sports Center. The AFP Cavaliers rode on the hot shooting of former Letran star Boyet Bautista to beat the Department of Agriculture […]

Continue reading …
3 cops involved in Antipolo drug raid dismissed

Three of the 13 policemen implicated in the recycling of more than 160 kilos of shabu they seized in the Pampanga drug raid in 2013 were ordered dismissed from the service. But their dismissal is not in connection with the Pampanga drug raid but with the anomalous drug raid in Antipolo City in May this […]

Continue reading …

Fewer Filipino families have considered themselves poor or “mahirap” in the past three months, the latest Social Weather Stations survey released yesterday revealed. In the nationwide survey conducted Sept. 27 to 30 among 1,800 respondents, 42 percent or about 10.3 million households considered themselves poor. This is lower than the 45 percent or about 11 […]

Continue reading …
15 trafficking victims rescued at Cebu airport

Bureau of Immigration (BI) officers at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) rescued 17 human trafficking victims who were illegally recruited to work as household service workers (HSW) in the Middle East. BI port operations chief Grifton Medina said the female passengers were disguised as tourists when intercepted on Oct. 16 and 17 before they could […]

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 4382123Next ›Last »