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Radio Monumental 90 Years On The Air!

A siren could be heard at Radio Monumental when there was breaking news, and the most important news of the day was placed on the big board outside and the balcony for prominent figures, such as the presidents elected in political campaigns. The last president...

Suprise Downpour Tuesday Afternoon (Photos & Video)

There is still some weeks to go before the rainy season, yet a freak storm Tuesday morning, with heavy rains and strong winds, caused damage in several areas of the greater metropolitan area of San Jose, causing more than usual afternoon traffic chaos. One of...

Mayor Proposes Security Fencing For Saprissa Bridge To Avoid Suicides

The mayor of Tibás, Carlos Cascante, has proposed to the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT), at a cost of ¢70 million colones, the installation of 120 modular panels with protective screens on each side of the Saprissa bridge to avoid suicides. As reported...

Minister Sends All The Police To The Street In His Second Mega-operation

Starting a 5 p.m. on Thursday, all the officers of the Fuerza Publica (National Police) took part in the second police mega-operation in different parts of the country. This was confirmed by newly appointed Minister of Security, Michael Soto Rojas. The former sub-director of the OIJ...

3 Year Old Lost Near River in Tibas Rescued

"It was an instant, he opened the gate and disappeared," the grandmother shaking told her story to the television cameras, after learning her 3-year-old grandson, who had been missing for some 2 hours, had been found and safe. It was around 5:40 p.m. when Gabriel...

Video: Man Hit By Commuter Train In Tibas

A video camera captured the moment the commuter train hit a pedestrian, around 6 a.m. Firday morning, in Tibas.  The man was walking along the side of the railway, when he was hit sideways by the train. The person, whose identity as not released to...

Misleading Advertising Or Plain Stupidity?

Jesús Hernández wrote in to La Teja in of the misleading advertising he came across in the Masxmenoss store in Tibas. Believing the incredible price for the Dos Pinos ice cream, Hernández says you have to read the fine print to not get ripped off. It...

The Bodies Keep Piling Up

Q COSTA RICA - Four men were killed on Thursday in a four-hour period in Pavas, Paso Ancho and Tibas, in what authorities believe is pay-back, acts of revenge, linked to organized crime and the illegal drug trade. In Paso Ancho, the bodies were 150...

Assailants Get Away With ¢37 Million In Morning Robbery of INS Office

Q COSTA RICA NEWS - Was it an inside job? So far authorities are being tight lipped about the incident occurring Monday morning, around 10:15m, only to say that two men on a motorcycle got away with a ¢37 million colones haul, nabbed from...

The Leon XIII Fire In Pictures

(QCR) Photographers John Duran, Wilberth Hernandez and Jeffrey Zamora for La Nacion provides us glimpse of the nightmare the people of the Cuidadela Leon XIII, in Tibas, lived through after a fire that broke out around 11:40pm destroyed 78 homes and left as many...

Fire Devours 78 “Homes” In Poor Neighbourhood of San Jose: Four Dead, One Missing

Q COSTA RICA NEWS - Domestic violence, a man who threatened to kill his better half, may have been responsible for causing the fire that devoured 78 'humble homes' (ranchos in Spanish), in which four people lost their lives and one still missing. The fire...

Seven Hours Stuck In San Jose Traffic

Diego Rodríguez practically spend all day - his working day - Wednesday in his vehicle due to traffic congestion, protests, road closures and delivery trucks parked in the narrow streets of San Jose, all contributing to the nightmare lived daily by drivers. According to his...

Are Fast Food Restaurants Being Targeted By Robbers?

QCOSTARICA - Fast food restaurants are being targeted by robbers, the proof of this is the number of robberies of fast food restaurants in the past five weeks: three. The most recent was on Sunday when two men hit at gunpoint the Papa John's in...

A Bloody Weekend: Four Dead and Four Wounded

QCOSTARICA - The second Sunday of the year left four dead and four wounded in separate incidents, in Goicoechea, San Rafael de Heredia, San José and Guácimo. The most bloody was in Ipis de Goicoechea (a highly conflictive area on the east side of San...

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