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  • Torre will likely be in protective custody while in prison

    Preparations are underway at the Mangilao prison, as ex-cop Mark Torre Jr. is set to begin his 8-year sentence in just under three weeks. 

  • Nimitz Hill resident helped distressed hikers

    "I woke up and a bunch of sirens were blasting all over the place," recalled Nick Gill, a resident of Nimitz Hill. The chaos, he says, were rescue units in search of a missing group of hikers. As seen in a viewer submitted video, a helicopter combed the lush green landscape on this hot Saturday afternoon.

  • Hospital leadership hopeful about funding infusion

    While a proposed tax hike to help the Guam Memorial Hospital has raised grumblings from the business community, it has also raised optimism from hospital administration who already have a long-list of priorities they hope to address with the additional funding.

  • San Nicolas' decision left legislative colleagues scratching their heads

    What is the real reason Senator Mike San Nicolas is stepping down from chairing the Guam Legislature's Committee on Rules? That very question had many talking.

  • A closer look at the some of the mess H-2b workers had to endure

    For years he shortchanged hundreds of workers. Some owed as much as $10,000. Those same workers subject to deplorable living conditions. Nearly a decade in the making, it's now case closed against Steven Wang, general manager of Hua Sheng International Group Corporation.

  • Program would allow students to earn high school diploma and associates degree

    Imagine getting your associates degree and not having to pay a single cent...that's the idea being pushed by the Guam Community College. "The Middle College concept would allow high school students to receive both their diplomas and associates degrees by the time they graduate from high school," said Dr. Mary Okada, president of GCC.

  • Color Me Proud: Air Force officer serves his country with no fear

    Service, courage and sacrifice: the words we often think of when referring to our servicemembers. And one man's struggle shows what it means to live proud, while at the same time serving our country.

  • Dededo couple protests telecomm tower so close to their home

    Imagine a telecommunication tower being built 100 feet from your home and not being able to do anything about it despite concerns over possible long-term health effects for you and your family. That's the issue raised by one Dededo couple who spoke out before the Guam Land Use Commission today.

  • Latest lawsuit names new priest, parish

    It appeared prayers were answered weeks ago when parties expressed optimism for out-of-court settlement for dozens of clergy sex abuse cases. Today, it appears these talks - at least for those cases filed by attorney David Lujan - have come to a screeching halt. 

  • San Nicolas steps down as Rules committee chairman

    Typically these types of legislative hearings are procedural. When your senators decide what makes it on to session agenda . But today members of the Committee on Rules got a huge surprise after its chairman announced he plans to call it quits.

  • Former chamber of commerce chairman not pleased with GRT hike proposal

    There are grumblings in the business community about the governor's proposal to raise the gross receipts tax.  The Guam Chamber of Commerce says it's still crafting an official response, but a longtime small business owner and former Chamber chairman has come out strongly against the hike.

  • Mayors' travel expenses scrutinized

    Every number was scrutinized as lawmakers held an oversight hearing for island mayors today. And no one was spared to answer questions about over the tens of thousands of dollars mayors spent on travel. 

  • Mark Torre, Jr. given 8-year jail sentence

    Eight years in prison was the sentencing that came down against ex-cop Mark Torre, Jr. in court today. This comes just three months after a jury convicted him of negligent homicide in the shooting death of fellow officer Bert Piolo.

  • Governor recommends raising GRT to 4.75%

    In a bid to resolve, once-and-for-all, the crumbling facilities, inadequate equipment and chronic financial woes at the Guam memorial hospital, the governor is proposing an increase in the gross receipts tax from 4% to 4.75%. 

  • DepCor installs much-overdue locks

    Another notch in the belt tightened for the local prison, as the Department of Corrections checks off yet another item that was on their recently lifted consent decree. It's been 26 years in the making, and DepCor is finally getting that much needed enhanced security measure installed: new locks.

  • Reactions to Mark Torre Jr.'s eight-year jail sentence

    With what was going on outside of the courtroom during the sentencing of former cop Mark Torre, Jr., KUAM details the two-hour wait and the reaction moments after the 8-year sentence was handed down. 

  • Former GPD officer Mark Torre, Jr. sentenced to 8 years total

    Ex-cop Mark Torre Jr. has been sentenced a total of 8 years in prison.

  • Legislation makes spaying & neutering pets more affordable

    It's a doggone figure: of the 60,000 dogs on Guam, over a third are strays. But legislation has been introduced to control the numbers - specifically, making spaying and neutering more affordable for all pet owners.

  • Brothers-in-arms pay respect to USS Fitzgerald sailor who was stationed on Guam

    Lines of sailors paid their respects at Naval Base Guam today in remembrance of seven sailors who perished aboard the USS Fitzgerald over the weekend, including one whose loss hits close to home.

  • It IS happening - the Liberation Carnival takes off in a few days

    Despite delays, officials now confirm we are just eight days from the official opening of the Liberation Carnival on the Paseo grounds in Hagatna.

  • Claims being accepted for World War II Chamorros

    It is a historic day of atonement that was more than 70 years in the making. Congresswoman Madeliene Bordallo announced that a special commission in Washington will now begin accepting claims for those who died or suffered during the World War II occupation of Guam.

  • Mark Torre, Jr's sentencing on Wednesday

    We are less than one day away from the sentencing of ex-cop Mark Torre Jr. The Judicial Center expecting a large turnout - just as we saw when the guilty verdict was read in back in March.

  • Book captures Guam's war time experience

    It's the final book in a trilogy that provides a look at the Guam's war time experience. Last night a special book signing ceremony was held at the Sheraton for the Guam War Survivors Memorial Foundation launch of Legacy Beyond Faces: A Sentimental Journey Generation to Generation.

  • Details revealed about Dededo stabbing incident

    Drugs, sex, scandal, and violence: all the makings of a Hollywood box office hit. A Chalan Pago man now under arrest and charged with attempted murder.

  • Military's impact on historic sites not fully known yet

    They're historic sites that are thousands of years old and may hold secrets to how the ancient Chamorro's lived. But as an informational briefing this morning revealed, the full details are not yet known about the extent to which these sites at Finegayan and Ritidian will be impacted by the military buildup.

  • Agencies staying typhoon-ready

    Pamela, Paka, Pongsona, and now Pakyo? No doubt Guam is in Typhoon Alley.  Though we've been fortunate enough not to have one in years, this week both local and federal government agencies are holding a rather important exercise to test their response capabilities.

  • Guam Filipinos celebrate independence

    The Filipino Community of Guam celebrates Philippine Independence Month with their annual ball and inauguration of officers.   

  • KUAM wins 8th Murrow Award by Radio Television Digital News Association

    KUAM has received the prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for “Excellence in Social Media” marking a record 8th time the company has gotten the nod for its work in online content creation, digital distribution and news reporting. 

  • Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

    Watch KUAM News or listen to I94FM or Isla 63 AM where we'll announce the special celebrants of the day every weekday. And Every Friday, one lucky person will win a birthday cake compliments of Coldstone Creamery! 

  • Our new baby: KUAM rolls out Apple TV app for living room streaming

    We're welcoming a new addition to our family of digital applications, giving you yet another avenue to access to our content anytime, anywhere you are, on any device.

  • DOE HQ left in the dark due to unpaid power bill

    The hum of a generator could be heard outside DOE's headquarters - the consequence of a delinquent bill that left employees in the dark.
  • Community outraged at savage beating of dogs

    Broken legs, a fractured skull, and damaged kidneys - just some of the injuries dogs Rex and Lucky sustained as a result of a brutal beating.
  • Short-term pain, long-term gain for CNMI consumers & businesses?

    DOCOMO Pacific announced plans for a new fiber optic cable between Guam and Saipan, citing increased connectivity and lower cost bandwidth.
  • Signup for Expresscare's weekly newsletter

    Watch "Healthy Living with Dr. Jitka Lom" every Tuesday on KUAM News Extra and signup for the ExpressCare weekly newsletter on Facebook for extended tips about living a healthy island lifestyle!
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    Win tickets to screening of "Spider Man: Homecoming"

    Follow I94’s and KUAM’s Instagram accounts for posts reporting a location where “Spiderman” was sighted.  Find Spiderman at the designated location,  take a selfie with him,  and upload it to your IG or twitter account, tagging @i94fm and using hashtag #selfiewithspidey. 

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  • KUAM wins 8th Murrow Award by Radio Television Digital News Association

    KUAM wins 8th Murrow Award by Radio Television Digital News Association

    KUAM has received the prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for “Excellence in Social Media” marking a record 8th time the company has gotten the nod for its work in online content creation, digital distribution and news reporting. 

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  • Santa Rita's Kaemiha Muna named Liberation Queen

    Santa Rita's Kaemiha Muna named Liberation Queen

    Congratulations to Kaemiha Briane Concepcion Muna of Santa Rita! It was announced that she is the 73rd Liberation Queen of Guam! The 18-year old is the daughter of the late Francisco D. Muna and Selene Concepcion Muna and a recent graduate of Notre Dame High School.

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    Congratulations to Kaemiha Briane Concepcion Muna of Santa Rita! It was announced that she is the 73rd Liberation Queen of Guam! The 18-year old is the daughter of the late Francisco D. Muna and Selene Concepcion Muna and a recent graduate of Notre Dame High School.

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  • GVB recognized for contributions to Guam tourism, expansion of US exports

    GVB recognized for contributions to Guam tourism, expansion of US exports

    GVB recognized for contributions to Guam tourism, expansion of US exports

    They lead the charge for our number one industry, and today Senators Régine Biscoe Lee and Telena Nelson presented a resolution to the Guam Visitors Bureau for its significant and continued contributions to Guam's tourism industry. GVB was also honored for receiving the President's "E" Award for Export Service back in May. The award is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports. More >>
    They lead the charge for our number one industry, and today Senators Régine Biscoe Lee and Telena Nelson presented a resolution to the Guam Visitors Bureau for its significant and continued contributions to Guam's tourism industry. GVB was also honored for receiving the President's "E" Award for Export Service back in May. The award is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports. More >>
  • First day in Mark Charfauros appeal hearing largely uneventful

    First day in Mark Charfauros appeal hearing largely uneventful

    Both sides rested. It was a short first day in the demotion appeal hearing for former GPD colonel Mark Charfauros. After opening arguments Thursday night, the Civil Service Commission denied the government from bringing Charfauros up as its first witness saying the procedure is that the employee goes last. Sam Taylor, GPD attorney, said, "It's a strategic and tactical reason and decision that I have made as an attorney to determine how best to present the case on behalf of the g...More >>
    Both sides rested. It was a short first day in the demotion appeal hearing for former GPD colonel Mark Charfauros. After opening arguments Thursday night, the Civil Service Commission denied the government from bringing Charfauros up as its first witness saying the procedure is that the employee goes last. Sam Taylor, GPD attorney, said, "It's a strategic and tactical reason and decision that I have made as an attorney to determine how best to present the case on behalf of the g...More >>
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