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72-year-old Elmer Cordero and Wilson Ramilla remain in jail, as there are other charges filed under their name
'Will their trust in the government and private sector responses last long enough for them to survive, or will they be left to their own devices? It is the uncertainty that worries them.'
'In Brgy 178, people are divided as to whether the government’s actions...are enough for everyone. The issue is not so much which government actions are correct or not, but rather what is the community’s best strategy for survival.'
Their release comes after over 24 hours in detention even though they did not commit a crime
Faculty members of the Ateneo de Manila University's Philosophy Department join the call for their release
DinePlay Cafe in Caloocan is well-loved by students in the area
Despite being in foul trouble, Kyle Neypes delivers to lift Biñan to a win over Caloocan
Caloocan City took over Recom Realty's Maypajo lot in 1996, but has yet to pay the company the balance of P47.288 million in compensation owed since 1998
Over 200 pigs are culled in the two new areas with African swine fever, adding to the 70,000 pigs culled in Luzon since September
Caloocan City officials demolish a pair of barangay offices built on sidewalks
Metro Manila police chief Guillermo Eleazar tells Rappler that the bullet that killed Gian Habal matched the pistol of Police Corporal Rocky delos Reyes
Grade 1 student Gian Habal is killed by a stray bullet from an 'irregular' police operation while playing outside their home in Caloocan City
Incumbent Mayor Oscar Malapitan says women should have the freedom to wear what they want when in Caloocan
The siblings, aged 5 and 11, are now in the care of the Department of Social Welfare and Development
We need Church leaders who will describe rightly what we are facing: a death of conscience by those who justify the killings
'Never has homicide or murder been a function of law enforcement. The public peace is never predicated on the cost of human life,' says Judge Rodolfo Azucena Jr of Caloocan, quoting the Supreme Court
(3rd UPDATE) The cops face the penalty of reclusion perpetua, or imprisonment for 20 to 40 years, without eligibility for parole
(UPDATED) Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, a vocal critic of the government's bloody anti-drug campaign, responds to the President's renewed attacks on his person
'I think he has confused me for someone else,' says Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, a thundering voice against the killings under the Duterte administration
The Caloocan City government orders Maria Elena Paras and son Ian to pay a fine, do community service, and attend a seminar for violating the law
The court concluded the hearing and set November 26 for the promulgation of judgment
State prosecutor Robert Ong says, 'Halata namang nagsisinungaling siya'
A memorial marker for slain 17-year-old student Kian Loyd delos Santos is unveiled in Caloocan City a year after his death
Mary Mitzi Cajayon Uy used as conduit an NGO previously linked to a pork barrel scam
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(UPDATED) 'We used to call them bonnet gangs. Now we just call them what they really are – death squads,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
Policemen have to answer eyewitness testimonies that accuse them of shooting to death a kneeling teen. PO3 Arnel Oares will be up first.
May panahon para basagin ang katahimikan, may panahon para magsalita. At ngayon na ang panahon na iyon.
'Gun-toting priests? They might want to consider leaving the priesthood and joining the police or the military instead,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
While many senior citizens persist, others choose to leave. 'Kami na nga 'tong gustong bumoto, pinapahirapan pa,' complains Cristina Cañete of Caloocan City.
Metro Manila police chief Director Camilo Cascolan says it will be a small group predominantly composed of cop operatives
'Meron talagang grupo d'yan na malapit na, mahuli rin yan, ma-engkwentro rin ng pulis 'yan na mahilig mamaril ng mga pushers or kahit na hindi pushers,' says PNP chief Dela Rosa
(UPDATED) Senior Superintendent Jemar Modequillo is relieved from his post as Caloocan City police chief
'I am dumbfounded,' says Archbishop Socrates Villegas, while Bishop Pablo Virgilio David criticizes the Department of Justice for a 'very selective' due process
Once they’ve managed to break the barrier, the next challenge is to be sent to the field as most policewomen are assigned to do administrative work
'We are seeing an erosion of our moral fiber as a people,' says an activist nun as the Philippines marks the 32nd anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution
'We must guard our democracy,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, as the Philippines marks the 32nd anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution
CHED officer-in-charge Prospero de Vera III says the grant was given to Camille Anne Arnaiz upon President Rodrigo Duterte's orders
Many of the bereaved parents, widows, and orphans who took part in the prayers come from Bagong Silang in Caloocan, one of the most gravely affected communities in Metro Manila in terms of fatalities
'Hindi tama na ang tao'y mabuhay na busabos na parang hayop,' says Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David as he blesses a relocation site for 40 urban poor families in Malabon
'Medyo malabo 'yung survey at results, maraming questions na kailangan pa sagutin to explain possible errors,' says University of the Philippine statistics professor Peter Cayton
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'Muntikan na akong himatayin. Isipin mo, most trusted police kami sa Metro Manila?' says Caloocan City police chief Jemar Modequillo
Caloocan City cops and their informant are charged with murder and violation of the Dangerous Drugs Act for planting evidence
The Caloocan City Police Station garners an 88.8% trust rating, besting 16 other Metro Manila police stations
DOJ clears the cops' station commander Chief Inspector Amor Cerillo 'because there was the absence of conspiracy'
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Two Caloocan City cops 'planned and committed all the crimes with a common desire to eliminate' Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo de Guzman, the DOJ says