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  • Nancy Lee gives patients something to smile about

    For this month's Good Neighbor profile, we catch-up with a woman who embodies beauty with a purpose. For decades, she's given the patients at the Skilled Nursing Unit something to smile about. Meet Nancy Lee. She's no ordinary hairdresser. "I like to help
  • Guam businesses prepare for construction surge

    Now that the foreign worker crisis is starting to ease, the construction industry is expected to ramp up accordingly. One local real estate expert says while the last few years have seen a slowdown due to the labor shortage, he expects that to change soon
  • GEC meeting set to address Torres' complaint

    The Guam Election Commission has scheduled a meeting to address a letter alleging "election code felonies" written by former Adelup senior staffer Troy Torres. The GEC board will meet Tuesday, May 29 at 5:30 to discuss the correspondence from Torres, whic
  • Teagen's Breath: family raises money for oxygen container to support others

    Getting care on Guam is one thing, but off-island treatment is a challenge many here face. We hear from local musician, Joe Guam, as he shares the heartbreaking story of his son, Teagen. And efforts he's done since his son's passing to help others get the
  • Inarajan bust captures over 35 lbs. of cocaine

    Nearly half a million dollars worth of cocaine. Police taking five people into custody after finding more than 35 pounds of that drug during a raid on a home in Inarajan. Law enforcement working to get a handle on the latest surge of this particular illic
  • Closing arguments presented in meth trial

    Experienced drug traffickers or victims of a government set up? The Martinez/Moser trial draws to a dramatic end with closing arguments. Both parties took their last crack at trying to sway the jury's opinion. U.S. Assistant Attorney Fred Black kicked off
  • CLTC takes steps toward accountability

    Chamorro Land Trust board chairwoman Pika Fejeran not having it – coming down hard in the wake of the CLTC Barrigada Heights scandal at yesterday’s CLTC board meeting. Fejeran, when asked if the board still has full confidence in CLTC administ
  • Scathing Guam Bar survey shows apparent problems within legal community

    A Guam Bar Association survey shines light on top concerns with former ethics prosecutor Bruce Bradley. We first told you about him being fired earlier this week. More than half of lawyers surveyed agreed they loved practicing law on Guam, but out of 117
  • Expert witnesses may sway jury in drug trial

    There were major developments in the Martinez/Moser trial, as the case draws to a close. Expert witness testimonies heard today could possibly influence the jury. Expert witnesses brought on by the defense team of Raymond Martinez and Juanita Moser could
  • Fernandez lays out plan to rebuild Sanchez

    Students at Simon Sanchez High School celebrated Bill 204 lapsing into law, calling it a victory after years of empty promises to rebuild their school. Now, with the Department of Education at the helm, the Superintendent announces his first move. Accordi
  • CLTC board drops hammer at meeting

    Chamorro Land Trust Board Chair Pika Fejeran is calling for a massive audit and review of 2,341 CLTC leases to determine if they should be ratified by the board. These leases are "voidable" according to a legal opinion from AG Elizabeth Barrett Anderson.
  • Returning Marine surprises his son at kindergarten promotion ceremony

    This time of the year, thousands of you are probably attending graduation ceremonies. But at Saint Anthony's Catholic School it was more than just that. It was a homecoming. Dozens of kindergartners at SACS lined up ready to cross the stage and receive th
  • Should teachers be allowed to administer emergency care?

    Would you allow your child's school teacher or staff to provide immediate emergency care at school? For now, that practice is against the law. But, we could see that change, soon? Legislation proposing to authorize teachers to provide care like administer
  • Guam's first transgender candidate in the running

    Lasia Casil is ready to run. As Guam's first transgender candidate for public office, Lasia says she knows that the road to where she stands now hasn't always been easy to travel on. “I was met with discrimination, bullying, violence – for the
  • Island mayors remember Frank Blas

    Governor Eddie Calvo has declared a state of mourning for the island following news of the passing of former Tamuning Mayor Frank Blas. A Mayor, Father, and Friend who many say strived to better his village. Blas was Mayor of Tamuning for 8 years. He was
  • Hundreds of CLTC leases in jeopardy

    Hundreds of Chamorro Land Trust leases could be in jeopardy of being declared “null and void” - according to documents obtained from the Department of Land Management. Documents prepared for the Chamorro Land Trust Commission board were obtain
  • DLM director Michael Borja's brother received CLTC land

    Two days after he signed off on a Chamorro Land Trust lot for his sister, Land Management Director Michael Borja's brother signed a lease for a CLTC lot in Inarajan.

  • New addition to Sanchez High's gym unveiled

    Students at the Home of the Sharks have been waiting for years to rebuild Simon Sanchez High School. While that process is under protest, community partners today unveiled a new addition to the gym at the dilapidated Yigo Campus. A room worth its weight i
  • Gubernatorial forum held at GW

    Government finances, drugs, and school safety. Just some of the topics students at the Home of the Geckos asked of the gubernatorial candidates during their forum today. Students get candid with the candidates running for Adelup. All five gubernatorial te
  • Moody's report concerns Guam airport

    A new report released by Bond rating company Moody's describes the ongoing litigation between DFS and the airport as "credit negative." And that's raised serious concern from the airport about the impact it could have on its credit rating. In a May 11 rep

  • More testimony in drug trial

    A major drug trial gets going again in District Court. More testimony presented as the case is expected to wrap up as early as this week. Taking the witness stand today as the trial of Raymond Martinez and Juanita Moser rolls on. The very man in charge of
  • CLTC following governor's recommendation

    The Chamorro Land Trust Commission is following the Governor’s “recommendation” for a temporary halt on the issuance of Chamorro Land Trust leases. Governor Eddie Calvo called for the stoppage on CLTC leases so the CLTC can address issue
  • Hagatna Restoration and Redevelopment Authority needs more help

    One agency made a plea for help to senators during its budget hearing asking for more personnel to finally get projects going to restore and redevelop the island's capital. Growing frustration during the budget hearing today, as government officials admit
  • Aguon’s bill calls for CLTC moratorium

    Hot on the heels of the AG’s legal opinion upending the Chamorro Land Trust’s awarding of leases in the controversial Barrigada Heights area – Senator Frank Aguon is now on deck with legislation he says will help restore the public&rsquo
  • Trial begins for Jeremiah Isezaki, accused for his part in plot to kill cop

    Did police jump the gun? Key witness Janessa Corpuz thinks so. The Agat woman took the stand today in the trial against defendant Jeremiah Isezaki. Back in 2012, Isezaki was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder and terrorizing, both as fe
  • Author chronicles Tinian's key role in WWII

    It changed the course of history: the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. It led to the end of World War II, and saved many, many more lives than were taken says author Don Farrell, who has released a fascinating new book that chronicles the real st
  • 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! 

  • 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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  • Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

    Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

    Thursday, May 7 2015 7:33 PM EDT2015-05-07 23:33:30 GMT

    Your loved ones' birthday is cause for celebration and the stations of KUAM and Coldstone Creamery want to make it extra special for them! Beginning April 1, KUAM News and Radio are launching the Birthday

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    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! 

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  • Nominate someone for the Good Neighbor Award

    Nominate someone for the Good Neighbor Award

    Tuesday, June 21 2016 2:19 AM EDT2016-06-21 06:19:37 GMT

    The acts of good neighbors in our community often go unnoticed. The Good Neighbor Award is a monthly feature highlighting the everyday acts of selflessness among everyday people!  

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    The acts of good neighbors in our community often go unnoticed. The Good Neighbor Award is a monthly feature highlighting the everyday acts of selflessness among everyday people!  

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  • United World Wrestling Oceania Championship this weekend

    United World Wrestling Oceania Championship this weekend

    The Guam Amateur Wrestling Federation will be hosting the United World Wrestling Oceania Championship on Friday and Saturday May 18th and 19th at the Leo Palace Resort Ballroom. The event will be contested by wrestlers from American Samoa, Australia, FedeMore >>
    The Guam Amateur Wrestling Federation will be hosting the United World Wrestling Oceania Championship on Friday and Saturday May 18th and 19th at the Leo Palace Resort Ballroom. The event will be contested by wrestlers from American Samoa, Australia, FedeMore >>
  • Talofofo Bay Surf Classic held over the weekend

    Talofofo Bay Surf Classic held over the weekend

    The Talofofo Bay Surf Classic was held this past weekend with 48 competitors in 6 different divisions hitting the water. This year's surf comp will help benefit the University of Guam Marine Lab. The UOG Marine Laboratory was established as a research uniMore >>
    The Talofofo Bay Surf Classic was held this past weekend with 48 competitors in 6 different divisions hitting the water. This year's surf comp will help benefit the University of Guam Marine Lab. The UOG Marine Laboratory was established as a research uniMore >>
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  • Bello Road water outage

    Bello Road water outage

    Bello Road water outage

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    Bello Road water outage

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  • Santa Rita water outage until 5pm

    Santa Rita water outage until 5pm

    GWA announces an emergency water outage today, Saturday May 19, 2018 starting immediately until 5 pm. Crews will be making repairs on a main line. Village: Chalan Pago   Areas affected: Tai road  to include surrounding Streets. For more information on the outage contact GWA’s 24/7 phone line at 646-4211 or log onto our website at www.guamwaterworks.org or like us on www.facebook.com/guamwaterworksauthority or follow us on twitter @guamwaterworks.More >>
    GWA announces an emergency water outage today, Saturday May 19, 2018 starting immediately until 5 pm. Crews will be making repairs on a main line. Village Chalan Pago   Areas affected Tai road  to include surrounding Streets. For more information on the outage contact GWA’s 24/7 phone line at 646-4211 or log onto our website at www.guamwaterworks.org or like us on www.facebook.com/guamwaterworksMore >>
  • Roadwork projects for May 21-26

    Roadwork projects for May 21-26

    Route 3 Widening Motorists are advised that construction activities are ongoing along Route 3 from just north of Route 28 to just south of Potts Junction. The Route 3 northbound lane will be narrowed to accommodate work in the adjacent roadway shoulder. IMore >>
    Route 3 Widening Motorists are advised that construction activities are ongoing along Route 3 from just north of Route 28 to just south of Potts Junction. The Route 3 northbound lane will be narrowed to accommodate work in the adjacent roadway shoulder. IMore >>
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  • Jason C. Farnum

    Jason C. Farnum

    Name: Jason C. Farnum Male / Pacific Islander / Age: 41 HT: 5’10” WT: 195lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Agana Heights Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Left Arm: a full sleeve, Right Arm: full sleeve Wanted for: Violating the Conditions ofMore >>
    Name: Jason C. Farnum Male / Pacific Islander / Age: 41 HT: 5’10” WT: 195lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Agana Heights Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Left Arm: a full sleeve, Right Arm: full sleeve Wanted for: Violating the Conditions ofMore >>
  • Anthony M. Gadia

    Anthony M. Gadia

    Name: Anthony M. Gadia Male / Asian / Age: 26 HT: 5’8” WT: 220lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Anigua Scars/Marks: N/A Wanted for: Violating the Conditions of Probation Initial Charges: Forgery Criminal Warrants: CF0665-10 IssueMore >>
    Name: Anthony M. Gadia Male / Asian / Age: 26 HT: 5’8” WT: 220lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Anigua Scars/Marks: N/A Wanted for: Violating the Conditions of Probation Initial Charges: Forgery Criminal Warrants: CF0665-10 IssueMore >>
  • Brandon C.M. Cruz

    Brandon C.M. Cruz

    Name: Brandon C.M. Cruz Male / Pacific Islander / Age: 28 HT: 5’6” WT: 160lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Yona Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Wanted for: Violating the Conditions of Probation Initial Charges: Family Violence Criminal WarMore >>
    Name: Brandon C.M. Cruz Male / Pacific Islander / Age: 28 HT: 5’6” WT: 160lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Yona Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Wanted for: Violating the Conditions of Probation Initial Charges: Family Violence Criminal WarMore >>

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  • Guam Bar Association meets about new ethics prosecutor

    Guam Bar Association meets about new ethics prosecutor

    The Guam Bar Association called an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the appointment of a new ethics prosecutor. This after former ethics Prosecutor Bruce Bradley was terminated and escorted off court grounds last week. No reason for his termination was officially released. In the past week, allegations of sexual misconduct against Bradley surfaces, along with results of a survey published by the Guam Bar that called Bradley "vindictive" and "overzealous". The...More >>
    The Guam Bar Association called an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the appointment of a new ethics prosecutor. This after former ethics Prosecutor Bruce Bradley was terminated and escorted off court grounds last week. No reason for his termination was officially released. In the past week, allegations of sexual misconduct against Bradley surfaces, along with results of a survey published byMore >>
  • Governor's Office taking the lead with carnival

    Governor's Office taking the lead with carnival

    The Liberation Carnival will go on, set for two weeks in July. But it's not the Mayors who are calling the shots, after gambling wasn't given the green light. Angel Sablan executive Director of the Mayor's Council says the Governor's Office is taking the More >>
    The Liberation Carnival will go on, set for two weeks in July. But it's not the Mayors who are calling the shots, after gambling wasn't given the green light. Angel Sablan executive Director of the Mayor's Council says the Governor's Office is taking the More >>
  • Senators looking at full session agenda

    Senators looking at full session agenda

    Senators are scheduled to meet in session Monday. There are five bills on the relatively light agenda. Bill 159 would raise the mandatory school age from 16 to 18. Bill 160 changes the computation of instructional time from days to hours, specifically it More >>
    Senators are scheduled to meet in session Monday. There are five bills on the relatively light agenda. Bill 159 would raise the mandatory school age from 16 to 18. Bill 160 changes the computation of instructional time from days to hours, specifically it More >>
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