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Yesterday, the House of Representatives approved a resolution put forward by Prime Minister Andrew Holness to extend the state of public emergency in St James.

    Reggae icon Bob Marley's only Grammy nomination came in 2002, more than two decades after his death for best Long Form Music Video. Though the main reason the music legend most likely did not win prior, was that a reggae category wasn't added until 1985. Over the years, there have been many debates about winners and talk about a Marley lock on the top award with Ziggy Marley notching no fewer than seven notches, Stephen Marley three nods, and Damian Marley three as well. This year's debate over Damian Marley's win over Chronixx's deserving bid got the team  thinking about other albums that were perhaps overlooked over the years.   

Hundreds of terrified students fled to the auditorium of St Jago High School in Rivoli, St Catherine and hunkered down in fear as shots rang out before 11 today. 

Cherry Gardens was the subject of a major sting operation recently as a man who is wanted in Florida for allegedly committing multiple sexual offences involving minors was held in the upscale community. The man is now facing extradition to the United States.

20-y.o. son of slain St James gangster Omar 'King Evil' Lewis, Kasheen Lewis has been charged with murder of two women who were shot and killed at a salon in Catherine Hall in the parish. Salon is in the vicinity of where King Evil was gunned down by unknown assailants. 3 replies32 retweets17 likes  

The police are investigating an incident in which a Jamaican national was murdered in George Town late Saturday.

A police officer arrested an armed suspect just minutes after a shooting death on Henderson Avenue, Kingston 11 yesterday.

Police have identified the two people who died in a shooting at a bar in Porus last night as 49-year-old St Clair Jordine, also known as 'Patcha' and 52-year-old Marcia McKenzie, also called 'Chrissie'.

Shy Guy singer Diana King is the first reggae-dancehall act to come out as being openly homosexual and now is the first to tie the knot.  “As an artiste, who is LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender), born and raised in Jamaica, I never thought I’d ever say ‘my wife’ in this lifetime. I am completely and sincerely grateful to all who fought and continue to fight worldwide for our deserved equality and human rights. My true personality is introverted and private, totally different from the me on stage. My hands are shaking as I write this post. For me, it is a sign that I am about to exercise courage because they shook like this when I came out in 2012. I am sharing this because I strongly believe visibility is vital for change and I’m gonna live it authentically,” a portion of her Facebook post read.

Firebrand deejay Fyah Konkarah is getting major props for a hard-hitting song called ‘Nah Register’ criticising the new National Identification System (NIDS) which will be implemented by the government soon. 

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