Lee Pitts Live, the longest running live TV show in Florida, named a Kenyan teacher as the recipient of the Educator of the Year award for 2013. Dr. Peter Ndiang'ui (Ed.D), the newly elected President of Africa Network of SW Florida, was honored due to his dedication in educating the youth and adults in both USA and Kenya.

Police in Seattle, Washington are looking for a robbery suspect they believe may be Kenyan after a lady reported being carjacked and robbed at gunpoint by a man with a "Kenyan accent" on Thursday, November 21st outside a shopping mall.

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Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has been labelled the best performing governor in Kenya. Some have even called him the only performing governor.

President Kenyatta recently launched the Machakos city project, and the Governor has been personally supervising construction works at the Kenyatta Stadium.

Wrong are you if you thought those were his only major projects.

Here is what Mutua has done in Machakos this year, or plans to do next year.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected the controversial media bill and sent it back to the National Assembly for reconsideration.

The President Wednesday submitted to the House a detailed memoranda on the Kenya Information and Communications Amendment (KICA) Bill, noting the specific clauses for reconsideration.

Members of the National Assembly are expected to review the concerns noted by the President

The International Criminal Court has demanded the arrest and immediate hand over of journalist Walter Barasa for interference with witnesses.

The ICC Registrar Herman Von Hobel said the government's role in Barasa's case is to identify him as the wanted suspect and hand him over so he can be tried at The Hague. "He is accused of committing offences against the court and it is only the ICC that can handle the matter,"he said.

A number of Kenyans on Facebook have fallen prey to an intricate con scheme that involves hacked user accounts. Compromised accounts are being used to send messages to Facebook friends requesting urgent financial help, more often with a promise to pay back as soon as possible with interest.

Most users have fallen for the scam because the message supposedly comes from a trusted friend. Maria, one such victim, sent Sh8,000 via MPesa to an unidentified number after a friend inboxed her.

Kenya's Gina Din-Kariuki, a pan-African public relations practitioner has been named one of the 100 most influential Africans in the latest edition of New African Magazine.

Gina Din, the founder and chairperson of Gina Din Group, one of the largest integrated communication and marketing companies in the region, was named in the business category.

“Gina Din has built her PR management firm into one of the leading companies in the industry in the East African region,” the magazine said.

The war of words between former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi over Bungoma by-election intensified on Wednesday with the duo calling each other names.

Musalia Mudavadi on Tuesday released a hard hitting press statement targeted at Raila accusing him of seeking to "divide the Luhya community for personal gain."

He said his former boss suffers from “illusions of greatness and political rhetoric” and is in denial about what he claimed was an implosion in ODM.

President Uhuru Kenyatta is Wednesday afternoon expected to unveil the 2014 FIFA World Cup Trophy in Nairobi.

The event is scheduled to begin at 1pm at Coke Plaza, Upperhill in Nairobi.

The chartered plane carrying the solid-gold Fifa World Cup Trophy touched down in Nairobi Wednesday morning on its globetrotting odyssey across nations.

Kenya is among 88 countries, eight in Africa hosting the most coveted prize in the world of sports. The tour started at the Christ is the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, on September 12.

Homes valued at billions of shillings in two of the county’s newest housing estates might soon be demolished.

A hotel and a supermarket could also be knocked down.

They are too near Wilson Airport and pose serious threat to passengers, crew and aircraft, says a report.

It brands as a danger houses in Phenom and Five Star estates as well as the Gulf Oil premises next to the airport. Also named as possible demolition candidates are Uchumi supermarket, Lang’ata and the upcoming Weston hotel.

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