Patrol ng Pilipino

Teleradyo to air ABS-CBN's weekday current affairs shows

MANILA, Philippines -  DZMM, the country's number one radio station, marks another milestone as it begins showing ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs (NCA) programs on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable ch. 26) next week. 

Patrol ng Pilipino: Smoking ban

Since the launch of the smoking ban last July 1, more than 4,000 violators have been apprehended. And while government is doing its best to implement the law, there have been criticisms.

Patrol ng Pilipino: Maynila, handa ka na ba sa baha?

Metro Manila is said to be the center of Philippine urbanization and modernization. But many cities and municipalities were unprepared when Typhoon Ondoy struck and sank many of its cities in deep flood in 2009. Lives were lost, houses and cars were destroyed, and business establishments suffered major losses.

Patrol ng Pilipino: Ambulansya de peligro

One afternoon, relatives rushed their sister Rosemarie Navarro who was drenched in blood to Tondo Medical Center; not in an ambulance, but in a kuliglig or a local motored pedicab.

Patrol ng Pilipino: Vitas Tenement

They are not informal settlers. In fact, they have paid in full and even hold titles to prove ownership over their units. But the residents of Vitas Tenement Building in Tondo, Manila, stood frozen and in tears at the sight of the demolition team tearing down parts of the building they called home for decades.  

Patrol ng Pilipino: Tom Felton, up close

If Tom Felton did not play the role of Draco Malfoy, what Harry Potter character would he have wanted to play?

Patrol ng Pilipino: Bicol Express, Hogwarts Express

After five years, amid the controversies surrounding the rehabilitation and fund generation of the Philippine National Railway, the Bicol Express that travels from Manila to Bicol rolled again.

Patrol ng Pilipino: Prevent offline crimes while online

Signing up for any social networking site is free, but using it without caution could turn out to be quite costly.

Patrol ng Pilipino: Rising HIV cases among OFWs

From the 324 cases reported in 1984, HIV cases in the country reached up to 6,498 this year. What recently alarmed the Department of Health is that almost 500 cases of HIV have been reported for this year alone. And 67 of these reported cases were OFWs.  

Patrol ng Pilipino takes a look at Vizconde massacre case

MANILA, Philippines -- Two decades have passed, and so has the 20-year prescriptive period that allowed the filing of any case related to the Vizconde Massacre case. Will Lauro Vizconde be able to finally rest the case of his viciously slain family?