POLICE are set to file a case against a man identified as the one who shot former Compostela mayor Joselito Valencia Reynes Monday night.
TROPICAL depression Domeng, which caused some areas in the country to raise storm warning signals, is slowly leaving the country, said weather bureau officials yesterday.
TO find evidence to cancel his bail, prosecution lawyers have asked the court to summon cult leader and Dinagat Island Rep. Ruben Ecleo Jr. to serve as their witness.
IF Cebu City pushes through with the purchase of aircrafts of the Department of Education (DepEd), it will be City Hall’s contribution to the Philippine Air Force (PAF), said Rep.
THE Archdiocese of Cebu is investigating allegations a diocesan priest abused female students of a Catholic school.
COMPARED to its prime a decade back, karate in Cebu today is slowly becoming stagnant due to a divided organization marred by controversy and politics, said a local instructor yesterday.
WHEN he promised to love his wife until death parted them, John, 30, never thought he would be forced to end his marriage after only two years.
REP. Pablo Garcia plans to file again a bill that, if enacted into law, will bind the government to honor annulments granted by the Catholic Church, sparing estranged couples from the pain and expense of going to court.
CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama sought an end to the issue on the restrictions he imposed on department heads in dealing with the media, saying he already clarified this with them.
ANOTHER miner died in Danao City, in the second mining-related accident in the northern city these past three weeks.