How to protect yourself from 'invisible thieves'

Cybercriminals are now using different ways to steal money from people, especially those whose banking and financial information are available online.

A mother's search for missing son turns fatal

It was December 25, 2000 and the Baisa family had just finished celebrating Christmas at their home in Hagonoy, Bulacan.

Cop killed by riding-in-tandem motorcyclists

MANILA - A police officer was found dead after being shot by a riding-in-tandem motorcyclists along Esteban Abada St. in Loyola Heights, Quezon City around 11 a.m. Sunday.

SOCO: Woman's body found inside suitcase

Dennis was worried. His girlfriend, Bueno Sol Arro, didn't show up for work the night before and never answered his text messages and calls.

SOCO: OFW seeks justice for slain mother

Marvin Lee was an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Dubai. Despite the distance from home, Marvin did his best to look after his mother, Rosita Lee, any way he could. It worried him that she lived alone in a rented apartment in Sta. Veronica Street, Barangay Gulod, Novaliches, Quezon City.

SOCO: Suspect caught through victim's stolen phone

22-year-old Nolan Mercado’s family has always known he’s gay. Despite his gender preference, Norlan’s family has always supported him. Norlan, in return, strived to be a responsible individual.

SOCO: The year-end report

This year, the headlines were filled with crime stories that both shocked and appalled the nation. But according to the Philippine National Police, the crime rate this year is actually lower compared to 2013.

Stories of survival and the pursuit of justice

Four crimes, four stories of survival.

SOCO: Young woman shot dead on Christmas eve

Christmas is always a special occasion for the Columbres family. It is that time of the year that all family members are home. But among all of their children, Mang Lorenzo and Aling Elenita's second daughter, Lankey, was always the most excited about the holidays.

SOCO: 13-year-old boy goes missing after resort fire

Thirteen-year-old Mark Anthony Perez dreamed of someday becoming a policeman. Mark, or Mak-Mak as he was affectionately called by his family, promised his mother, Rosemarie, that he would someday live a more comfortable life.