Plasma of COVID-19 survivors in Cebu are allegedly being sold to patients for up to P80,000. This Sunday (July 19), Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS) investigates how and why the plasma that are usually for donation are instead being sold.
Meanwhile, residents of Tandag in Surigao del Sur got excited after one of them unearthed money in a construction site.
In Camarines Sur, consecutive incidents of fire are plaguing the town of Tigaon and residents believe they are caused by the mythical St. Elmo’s Fire or santelmo.
Pinoys’ staple breakfast “silog,” partnered with your choice meat, is proving to be a delicious business during this time of pandemic.
A bus that traverses 13 rivers in Zamboanga del Norte capsized and sank! KMJS investigates.
After 39 years of being buried, the body of a dead man in Cebu has not yet decomposed. Does this have anything to do with his promise to his family?
A ladle from Ifugao dating back to the 19th century was reportedly sold for P7-million. How about the value of classic Spanish ornamental combs and ancient sewing machines? Find out the current value of antiques that can be found in our homes.
More stories are in store for viewers this Sunday in Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho, 8:25 pm on GMA 7.