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PR murders at 15-year low in 2014
Issued: January 1, 2015
Murders in Puerto Rico at the close of 2014 numbered 680, the lowest figure since 2000 and a drop of 23 percent compared with the year before,...
Campaign to stop stray bullets works
Issued: January 1, 2015
Puerto Rico’s police chief said a campaign against celebratory gunfire is showing success. ...
PR eyeing local sale of iguana meat
Issued: January 1, 2015
The Puerto Rico government is analyzing the potential sale of iguana meat on the island as part of ongoing efforts to check the massive spread of the...
San Se festival organizers slap City Hall with $1.5M lawsuit
Issued: January 1, 2015
The organizers of the annual Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián festival in Old San Juan slapped San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz and the capital city...
Key PR economic index drops again; 2.1% fall is third deepest of 2014
Issued: January 1, 2015
A key gauge of Puerto Rico’s economy posted another drop in November, marking nearly two years of decline and its third steepest year-over-year...
PR to appeal in $229M Doral tax case
Issued: December 30, 2014
The Puerto Rico government is pushing ahead with plans to appeal a judge’s ruling against the Treasury Department in its $229 million tax fight with...
PR to build Music Hall of Fame
Issued: December 30, 2014
The Puerto Rico government will build a Puerto Rican Music Hall of Fame Museum to honor the island’s outstanding composers, singers and musicians,...
PR picks Roosy Roads developer; ups price tag for 30 year project to $3.2B
Issued: December 29, 2014
And then there was one. ...
FBI agents raid Doral headquarters
Issued: December 29, 2014
Federal agents raided Doral Financial Corp.’s headquarters in San Juan on Tuesday as a part of ongoing investigations that may be tied to the unsolved...
Funtarctica ice skating opens in SJ
Issued: December 29, 2014
Ice skating is an option in sunny Puerto Rico as Funtarctica kicks in at the Puerto Rico Coliseum in San Juan. ...
Motorcycle officer hits 2 tourists
Issued: December 27, 2014
A Puerto Rico police officer assigned to protect the U.S. territory’s governor accidentally ran over two American tourists, authorities said Friday. ...


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