DAVAO City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio opened a bank account under the City Government of Davao for the downpour of donations from individuals and private institutions who wanted to help the families and victims explosion at Roxas night market.Read more
THE Department of Education (DepEd) urged school officials to intensify their security measures and remain vigilant while calling more police visibility near the schools, following the circulation of bomb threats across the country.Read more
THE Philippine Army's 10th Infantry Division on Tuesday relieved Task Force (TF) Davao head Colonel Henry Robinson, shortly after Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ordered for his relief following a powerful bomb explosion that struck the cityRead more
THE Davao City Government will give out P4,500,000 financial assistance to the victims and the families of those who died in a bloody explosion that rocked the Roxas Night Market Friday evening.Read more
BE vigilant but don’t panic. Avoid sharing unverified texts or social media posts that will only frighten others, the police appealed three days after an explosion in a night market in Davao City.Read more
THE numbers were rising, from ten dead on the spot to 14 a day later.
SunStar Davao columnist Daf Padilla, thus, started sending out feelers for the stories of those who died. Two days later, she already has snippets of the life of 13.Read more