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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Health (DOH) reports 14 new cases of Zika in the territory. According to the weekly surveillance report, the total number of confirmed positive cases in the territory is now 79 — 20 cases on St. Croix, 58 cases on St. Thomas, and one on

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WANTED: Rachid Rafaa PHILIPSBURG – Alleged Jihadi terrorist Rachid Rafaa remains at large and people in the Eastern Caribbean are asked to stay vigilant. According to Martinique authorities, Rafaa had been under house arrest there since May 2014 as part of a deportation order. Rafaa disappeared from the house he was

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — One of two tropical waves the National Hurricane Center continues to watch has entered the Caribbean Sea as a disorganized system, but forecasters expect the system to develop as it moves west. According to this morning’s NHC update, the fast-moving system will bring showers and thunderstorms to

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FREDERIKSTED — Police are asking for your help to find a 24-year-old St. Croix man wanted for questioning in a domestic violence incident. The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said that Kaleem Ramsey of Lorraine Village in Estate Grove Place has been implicated in a case of second degree burglary–domestic

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WANTED: Rachid Rafaa PHILIPSBURG – Police in Sint Maarten are warning that a wanted Al-Qaeda terrorist could be traveling in the waters of the Eastern Caribbean by boat. The Korps Politie Sint Maarten (KPSM) or Sint Maarten Police Force said people living in the Eastern Caribbean such as the U.S. Virgin

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MIAMI — A tropical wave is expected to move into the eastern Caribbean Sea this weekend, bringing rain and gusty wind, the National Hurricane Center said today (July 29). Meanwhile, a second tropical wave in the Atlantic has become better organized. According to forecasters, the first wave is about 1,200 miles east of

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Spent shell casings at JFK Wednesday. CHRISTIANSTED — A man who was shot multiple times in an incident near Central High School in September 2015 — apparently survived a hail of 44 bullets on Wednesday. Although not officially named by police — who might not have been able to question

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     WAPA’s facility on St. Thomas NEW YORK — The Virgin Islands is moving ever so much closer towards junk bond status, according to Bloomberg News. The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (WAPA), the territory’s only utility option, had the credit rating on its most secure debt cut

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FREDERIKSTED — St. Croix-based Hummingbird Air has wings again. The small commuter airline based at Henry E. Rohlsen Airport was forced to suspend flights in November following a string of incidents involving its fleet of Beech C-99s. Hummingbird Air president Samuel Raphael says that his airline will be flying from

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 DEAD: Marquise Benjamin FREDERIKSTED — A 20-year-old St. Croix man was shot to death Tuesday night in Estate Concordia and police admit that they need your help to find out who might have done it. On July 26, about 8:52 p.m. concerned citizens in Concordia called the 911 Emergency Call

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