Category: Evening News

5-Y-O Boy Shot In East Kingston

A five-year-old baby boy is the latest victim of the gun violence in East Kingston, that have caused the police to increase their presence in the area. Nationwide News...

Sikka Rymes, Gaza Nation Entertainer, Battling For Life After Being Shot

An entertainer, attached to the so-called Gaza nation, is currently battling for life in hospital after he was shot and injured yesterday morning. The entertainer is the...

Triple Murder Rocks Waterford, St. Catherine

A family of three were the victims of a gun attack last night in Waterford, St. Catherine. Dead are 74-year-old Pamela Russell, her daughter 48-year-old Shemelia Russell...

West End Negril Rocked By Double Murder: Couple Found With Limbs Bound, Gunshot Wounds

The community of West End in Negril, Westmoreland, has been rocked by a double murder and what appears to be a robbery.  The deceased have been identified as...

PM Holness Raises Concerns About Efforts To Make Patois An Official Language

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is again raising concerns about the renewed push to have patois recognized as an official language in Jamaica. The Prime Minister says...

Jamaica Among 11 Countries Where Dengue Deaths Have Exceeded Projections

Jamaica’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Jacquiline Bisasor-McKenzie, says Jamaica’s among 11 countries that exceeded the Pan American Health Organization,...

McNeil Calls For Uniform Public Policy On Sexual Harassment

Opposition MP, Dr. Wykeham McNeill, is calling for a uniform public policy on sexual harassment. Dr McNeill’s call comes after it was revealed that the Tourism...

Supreme Court Rules Tesha Miller Has A Case To Answer

Tesha Miller has a case to answer. That’s the ruling of the Supreme Court after his attorney, Bert Samuels, asked the judge to rule that Miller did not have a case...

Jamaicans Reassured of Safety of Local Lettuce Amid US Report of E.Coli Outbreak

No Romaine Lettuce has been imported since the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, MICAF issued a ban on the vegetable earlier this year....

Only 53% Of J’cans In KSA Who’ve Been Diagnosed With Hiv/Aids Getting Treatment

Permanent Secretary in the Health and Wellness Ministry, Dunstan Bryan, says only a fraction of Jamaicans in Kingston and St Andrew who’ve been diagnosed with...