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THIRTY police officers, including their commander, will face summary hearing proceedings over the alleged negligence that resulted in the death of PO1 Christopher Ruiz Jr. three months ago.
TWENTY days after Karen Kaye Montebon’s death, police recovered her iPad and her father’s wristwatch, which went missing on the day she was killed, in Bohol.
A GIRL from Badian and a boy from Consolacion, both aged 6, are the latest casualties of dengue fever, a mosquito-borne disease that leaves children the most vulnerable.
RESIDENTS of Cebu City went to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office yesterday, as the poll body’s schedule for voters registration will lapse by the end of the month.
POLICE arrested a murder suspect and his four alleged cohorts, including two minors, in Sitio Amonsao, Barangay Catolohan, Dalaguete yesterday morning.
TWENTY-FOUR new dengue cases have been recorded by the Cebu City in the first five days of this month, the City Health Department (CHD) said.
JUSTICE Secretary Leila de Lima said a female prosecutor from Cebu has often been mentioned to her as “being prone to abusing her authority.”
THE Cebu Port Authority (CPA) yesterday said it is willing to patch up its differences with the Cebu City Government regarding the ownership of the Compania Maritima premises.
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