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Residents of Eldoret’s West Indies estate decry rising insecurity

They say marauding gangs usually strike late at night, terrorising and stealing from them.

Family seeks justice for pupil shot by police in Eldoret during scramble for wheet

He is believed to be among residents who scrambled for wheat when a train derailed.

FKF opens talks with Ministry of Defence over Neddy Atieno

Starlets are in Group B alongside defending champions Nigeria, Mali and Ghana.

Air pollution can affect blood pressure: study

High blood pressure is the most important risk factor for premature illness and death.

Conjestina admitted in a Kisumu hospital after falling ill

In October 2013, the boxing star spent almost two months in hospital.

Allan Wanga, Osborne Monday make Harambee Stars return

Harambee Stars coach Stanley Okumbi has called up Tusker striker Allan Wanga to the national team.

Groups say Mombasa County’s multi-billion housing plan unlawful

The county plans to build more than 30,000 housing units as part of Vision 2035 mega projects.

Vihiga governor moves to court to stop his arrest

Through lawyer Allan Kamau, he has sued the Inspector-General of Police, the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Attorney-General.

SA journalist wins GE Energy & Infrastructure award

South African journalist Jay Caboz won the GE Energy & Infrastructure Award at the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Awards 2016 this week.

Excitement as govt starts issuing Kenyan national IDs to Makonde living in Kwale

Their spokesman and chairman Thomas Nguli described the start of the registration as “a rebirth.’’

Police spokesperson hints joining politics

Mr Owino asked the Luo community to be tolerant to divergent views and to respect elected leaders.

House panel directs Boinnet to arrest NYS scam suspect Josephine Kabura

The businesswoman has failed to appear before the Public Accounts Committee three times.

Mourinho calls on Manchester United players to act like men

United trail the trio of table-toppers Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool by six points.

Emotional comeback for man who left home to join university in Nairobi 26 years ago

Irungu said he refused to return home for all those years due to shame.

Nairobi doctors ignore sack threat, reject promotions

According to them, the county promoted 53 doctors to wrong job groups.

Kevin Durant and new-look Golden State Warriors ready for bow

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said his new-look team is relishing the pressure entering their 2016-2017 NBA campaign.

Cyber crime and loan caps test for bankers

Major test for actuaries as banks come face to face with the disruption of technology, one of the tools the industry is betting on after loan cap.

Man claiming to be Ntimama's son now wants body exhumed

Mr Njoroge wants to extract tissue samples for DNA analysis.

Schoolboy on swimming expedition drowns in Nyeri’s Gura River

Kabue’s mother, Teresa Njoki, works as a househelp in Saudi Arabia.

Griezmann beats Messi and Ronaldo to Liga award

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann was named La Liga player of the season for 2015/16 on Monday.

Tablets, phones webcams - anything can attack you online

Is Kenya able to survive and recover from a sustained DDoS attack?

Governors from frontier counties condemn Mandera killings

Governors say the State should address radicalisation and post police reservists to northeastern counties.

Now Atlas eyes listing elsewhere

Atlas African Industries says it is doubtful of a return to the London Stock Exchange where it was suspended on October 17.

Malaysia may drop F1, citing poor returns

Malaysia may scrap its Formula One race after 2018 due to mounting costs.

200 police officers sent to troubled Narok-Kisii border

Residents reported seeing the officers moving along the border.

Thousands of maize bags lie uncollected as Samburu families languish in famine

Relief food purchased by Samburu county govt remain uncollected at the Maralal Depot as residents grapple with famine.

Minister urges Kenyans to sign for NHIF to access cancer care

At least 39 Kenyans die every day from cancer last year, up from 33 deaths in 2010 largely because of late diagnosis.

Weak data buries the shine of Kenya’s huge mineral resource

Report says country has billions of shillings worth of precious stones that remain untapped because they are unmapped.

Drake plans new release and takes shot at rival

Drake celebrated his 30th birthday Monday by announcing a new release that includes a song dissing a critic.

Kisii University closes five campuses

Kisii University has closed five of its satellite campuses to comply with a government directive.