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Zamboanga top councilor shot dead

A councilor known for offering free rides to students in Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte was shot while he was driving his jeepney.

'Queer Eye' renewed for two more seasons

Netflix will debut Season 4 on July 19, which will feature the Fab Five returning to Kansas City. Season 5, set in Philadelphia, will begin production next week and will air in 2020.

DFA: Duterte may raise Recto bank incident at ASEAN Summit

All eyes on President Rodrigo Duterte, who is expected to attend the gathering of Southeast Asian leaders in Thailand this weekend. Will he mention the Chinese fishermen's ramming of a Philippine boat during the ASEAN summit?

Red alert up over Luzon grid

A red alert means there is no back-up power that may result in possible rotational outages should a major power plant go on forced shutdown.

Lakers acquire Anthony Davis in blockbuster trade with Pelicans

The Lakers are already getting down to business preparing for next season. Reports say they have acquired six-time all star Anthony Davis in a blockbuster trade with the New Orleans Pelicans. Sports Desk analyst and coach Ronnie Magsanoc talk about the mega deal.

Addressing the need for disaster-resilient cities

Private companies stepping up their efforts to help build disaster-resilient cities. One in particular launches an adopt-a-city campaign which hopes to create partnerships between the private sector and the government in addressing climate change.

FB GEM-VER cook recounts ordeal after Chinese vessel rammed boat

The cook of the Filipino fishing boat FB GEM-VER recounted the moment a Chinese vessel rammed their boat. He said after the boat was hit, three of their smaller boats tried to approach the Chinese crew to ask for help. But instead of helping them, the Chinese vessel fled. But for Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, what happened was just "an isolated incident."

NTC issues guidelines on permanent cellphone number

The National Telecommunications Commission releases the guidelines for the implementation of a law that allows mobile phone users to keep their number even when they switch to another service provider.

Fil-Chi business groups vows to help rescued fishermen

The rescued fishermen are thankful to still be alive. But they are worried about getting back on their feet and earning a living again. Some Filipino-Chinese business leaders are lending a hand, but they said this is not an admission that China is guilty in the incident.

Binibining Pilipinas crowns new queens

Six new Filipina queens are set to conquer the global pageant stage. How are they doing more than a week since the Binibining Pilipinas coronation night, and how are they preparing for their respective competitions?