DETAINED Senator Jose "Jinggoy" Estrada has no serious health concern based on the latest results of his Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) submitted to the anti-graft court.
Estrada's lawyer Jose Flaminiano said that based on the compliance report they have submitted to the Sandiganbayan fifth division, the lawmaker's September 24 medical test shows no sign of any irregularities in his health condition.
THE Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) nabbed former councilor Von Ryan Tauli.
The CIDG report said the arrest was made October 6.
THE temporary environmental protection order issued by the Supreme Court will have no implication on the case filed by the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office of Benguet against Baguio City Representative Nicasio Aliping Jr.
PENRO-Benguet Officer-in-Charge Octavio Cuanso told media even if they are one of the respondents to the Writ of Kalikasan filed by Baguio City Bishop Carlito Cenzon and Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas, it will have no bearing on the case they filed against Aliping.
WITH the annual celebration of the well-known Panagbenga festival fast-approaching, surely the man behind it will never be lost in our hearts.
The recent loss of Atty. Damaso "Dammy" Bangaoet, Jr. may have caused grief to some, but for his bereaved family, it is a celebration - a celebration of his life.
OUTSTANDING barangay treasurers, barangay secretaries and barangay tanods were recognized and awarded last October 10 during the 23rd anniversary of the signing of the Local Government Code of 1991 and barangay day celebration at the Ibaloi Park.
The outstanding barangay treasurer champion is Vivian delos Reyes of Fairview receiving P5,000 cash incentive.
"STRAIGHT Into Baguio's Heart", the Baguio charter anniversary run last Sept. 28, netted P226,615.50, as per the financial summary prepared by the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center Dialysis Patients and Partners Association (BGHMCDPPA) which had asked the city, to mount the humanitarian event for the establishment of a support fund for patients suffering from renal failure.
OWNERS of commercial buildings at the central business district will be given ample time to restore their parking provisions as required in their building permits.
Mayor Mauricio Domogan on Wednesday said the city agreed to the request of the businessmen for a grace period to give them chance to rectify their violation either by restoring their parking areas which were converted and used for other purposes or by designating a parking area outside their buildings but within the property's 200-meter radius.
Initial investigation showed that upon viewing the CCTV footages taken inside the internet café, the suspect was seen to have sneaked in inside the area unnoticed and took the bag of the victim during her brief absence.
After the said incident, the suspect then left the establishment and went to an undetermined direction.
THE suspect of a foiled robbery hold-up of a 21-year-old man at Awhag Village, Barangay 19-B in Davao City has been arrested.
Nabbed was Oscar Garcia Rodelan 35, male, married, construction worker, a native of Surigao del Sur and a transient of Fatima Village, Bajada, Davao City.
THE murder case of Cebuano businessman Richard Lim King was stalled anew after the judge of Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 17 voluntarily inhibited from hearing the case.
RTC Branch 17 Judge Evalyn Arellano-Morales, in an order dated October 8, has inhibited from hearing the murder case involving former Regional Intelligence Unit (RIU)-11 head Superintendent Leonardo Felonia and self-confessed killers Paul Dave Labang and siblings Rommel and Rodel dela Cerna.