This just in, a gang related arson attack rocks Little Havana. The run down Latin district grows alarmingly more violent everyday as gangs from different communities vie for control of it's streets. Firefighters apologize for their late arrival at the scene, blaming the hectic training program of their new fire helicopter service soon to be unveiled in the city. VNN, news on the hour, every hour, regardless.
Waking Up the Neighbors
Breaking news. Citizens of Little Havana and Little Haiti were rudely awakened this morning as gang violence tore through their neighborhoods. Though the district's persistently played host to gang fighting, unsubstantiated reports suggest a lone killer was responsible for these attacks. More later. VNN, keeping it real simple, just for you.
Police hunting two accomplices involved in the King Knuts burger bar hold up in Downtown today have expressed confidence that in this case they can turn the tide of Vice City's rising crime wave. The hapless thieves fled the crime scene empty handed, leaving their masked friends behind to face the full force of the law. VNN, easy to digest reportertainment.
Street rage descended on Vice City today as some drivers succumbed to the desire to ram and chase each other at high speeds. Witnesses in Downtown reported that some drivers were even seen to be discharging firearms at one another. Our legal team, Rosenberg & Company, urge citizens to quote the 2nd Amendment should they face charges. VNN, thinking for you, so you don't have to.
Caught as an Act
Vice City civilians had a pleasant surprise today when an unknown philanthropist tossed cash from his car onto the streets. The police would like to talk to the kind-hearted driver with regard to littering charges and several hit and runs. If you have any information as to his whereabouts, call us on 555-FUND-US. VNN, cashing in the chips of truth.
From Zero to Hero
After being poised on the verge of evacuation, Vice City finally breathes a sigh of relief today as meteorologists report Hurricane Gordy will bypass the state without incident. All bridges to Ocean Beach and Vice Point have now been reopened. And flights to and from Escobar International Airport have recommenced. VNN, where good news is no news.
Brawn of the Dead
Vice City's screen profile steps up a notch as Interglobal Film Studios begins shooting a series of action packed commercials on our streets over the next few weeks. The studio, about to wrap filming on their zombie movie epic, Mall Munchers, has apologized for disturbances to the normal flow city life caused by their work. VNN, switch off before you switch on.
Police commissioner McGuinnely was warned by municipal officers today that the recent spane of gang attacks on businesses across the city are likely to be the primary engagement in what may become an all out war against the city's criminal underworld. The commissioner responded that he would asses the situation when he gets back from his annual leave next month. VNN, where complacency is the answer.
Taking the Fall
Gang warfare intensifies on Vice City's streets as many members of the Biker gang were viciously slain in Downtown today. Initially, police believed the killings to be drug related, however forensics have found no evidence of narcotics at the crime scene and can only conclude that the motive was purely inter-gang rivalry. VNN, ringing lies from the scrawny neck of truth.
Farewell to Arms
Law enforcement officers announce the seizure of a large drug haul today as 199 kilos of uncut cocaine was captured entering the country. Agents involved in the swoop were praised for their professionalism by police commissioner McGuinnely who added "to be seen as winning the war on drugs is just as important as actually winning the war." VNN, hustling raw news to green public.
News just in. Chaos descended on Vice City's lower west side today when fuel containers at Escobar International Airport unexpectedly ignited causing thousands of dollars in damage and interrupted flights to and from the airport. Escobar officials have warned travelers that missed flights due to the explosion can not be reimbursed. They also express deep sympathy for those people killed in the blast. VNN, now that's a spicy news ball!