Charice’s Dad Died in a Stabbing incident in Laguna

Manila, Philippines – Ricky Pempengco, 40, the father of International Filipina Youtube sensation Charice Pempengco got stabbed to death last Monday, October 31, 2011 in San Pedro, Laguna. Charice’s Singapore Tour with producer David Foster was cut short after hearing … Continue reading

All set for Holy Week

BY: KRIS JOHN ENCOMIENDA As reported by ABS-CBN, more than 1,000 traffic enforcers will be discharge starting this Wednesday, April 20. These enforcers will be assigned to major thoroughfares, particularly EDSA and other exit points of Metro Manila, as part of … Continue reading

Glorietta Blast: A Reinvestigation

Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte indicated that the Palace is receiving well the news of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima’s order tasking state prosecutors to conduct a fact-finding probe on the cause of the Glorietta blast shortly before the Christmas … Continue reading

Arroyo snubs PNPA rites

President reportedly upset with PNP chief MANILA, Philippines—Was that a snub? President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Thursday skipped the graduation ceremony of the Philippine National Police Academy in a show of displeasure over Director General Jesus Verzosa’s declaration that he would not … Continue reading

Massacre suspect escapes

BULUAN, Maguindanao, Philippines – A ranking police official implicated in the massacre of 57 people in the province in November last year escaped from detention at the Sultan Kudarat provincial jail late Tuesday. Officials yesterday failed to explain how former … Continue reading

Ampatuan Jr. Back in Camp Crame for Bail Hearing

MANILA, Philippines – Datu Unsay Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr., prime suspect in the massacre of 57 people in Maguindanao, was brought back Wednesday morning to the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) main camp in Quezon City for a hearing on his … Continue reading

Comelec exempts militias from gun ban

MANILA, Philippines – Amid efforts to eliminate private armies and the controversies surrounding the involvement of the Civilian Volunteer Organizations (CVO) in the Nov. 23 Maguindanao massacre, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) yesterday exempted the Civilian Active Auxiliaries (CAA) from … Continue reading