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  • Visiting delegate urges resolution to firing range issue

    A congressional representative from American Samoa is urging opponents of a controversial firing range at Northwest Field to work out their differences with the military.  Delegate Amata Radewagan says she's met with Defense Department officials on the controversy and is supportive of their efforts.

  • Distance education being considered to improve island education

    With a continual teacher shortage, could distance education bring more qualified instructors into the classrooms? The idea is being considered by the Guam Education Board.

  • ICANCONNECT delivers accessibility to emergency services

    Imagine needing to call 911, but not being able to access a cell phone because of the inability to see and hear. That problem has affected thousands of individuals across the nation, leading to a new program in Guam that helps residents access the technology needed to effectively communicate with loved ones and first responders.

  • Board wants AG to intervene to get Sanchez built

    Education officials are saying enough's enough - board members Thursday agreeing to draft a resolution asking the attorney general to step in after numerous protests have stopped the reconstruction of one of the island's most dilapidated schools.

  • Nelson hosts forum to rid agencies of drugs

    GovGuam is waging a war against drug use in the workplace. Senator Telena Nelson on Friday brought several government agency heads to the table to find out what's being done to stop workers from using and abusing, and what more can be done to get them the help they need.

  • Solution may be in sight for Guam's H2B foreign labor crisis

    The head of a visiting congressional delegation spoke confidently about provisions in a bill, expected to clear Congress soon, that may provide the much-sought after relief for foreign labor. 

  • David Lujan DQ'ed as attorney for Mark Smith

    It's been stop-and-go since day one. And on Friday, the high profile trial against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong comes to a screeching halt - this after the federal court declared a mistrial. 

  • CHC stops accepting TakeCare patients

    Another letter from the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation says they will stop accepting TakeCare Insurance patients effective today.

  • Credibility of witness under fire

    Randall Fulcher's not standing trial...but he's definitely in the hot seat. For the second day in a row, the government's key witness in the Allan Agababa aggravated murder trial took the stand. And this time, his credibility is in question as it appears he's provided inconsistent statements to jurors.

  • Adult Day Care Center may close at end of September

    Hundreds of elderly are worried after receiving notice on Wednesday that adult day care services will be suspended at the end of the month. However the Division of Senior Citizens assures the community that work to extend these services is underway.

  • Justin Meno's death not caused by beating, rules examiner

    It seems murder charges are off the table for the trio accused in the brutal beating of DepCor detainee Justin Meno.

  • KUAM Gamechangers: Guam High's Makoa Bamba

    The 6’4” senior at Guam High weighs in at 210 pounds – after packing on 25 pounds of muscle in the off-season.

  • Ethics committee's finding could leave Espaldon's political future in question

    After an ethics committee found that Legislative Minority Leader Jim Espaldon was in violation when involved in dealings up in the CNMI, the veteran senator has continuously declined to be interviewed about the findings.

  • Stakeholders frustrated over Sanchez stymie

    Another protest in the efforts to rebuild Simon Sanchez High School has many stakeholders frustrated and wondering what needs to happen next.

  • Friend testifies that Agababa wanted gun and evidence destroyed

    More details were revealed about Allan Agababa's alleged plot to kill his mother to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in death benefits. On the stand, Agababa's friend, Randall Fulcher, tells all - that Agababa came to him not only to solicit for a gun, but also to destroy the evidence.

  • Nelson plans oversight with DOC after third contraband incident

    It's not one...not two...but it's now three times in recent weeks he's caught with contraband inside his maximum security cell. Inmate Bruno Simmons again found with a variety of contraband items including a razor blade and empty straws containing white residue believed to be the drug, ICE.

  • Calvo: if changes don't happen soon, "buildup not gonna happen"

    The Governor is back from Washington without a firm commitment to resolve the H-2n crisis. But he remains confident that the critical issue will be resolved soon enough, or else the military buildup will not happen.

  • Maximizing your savings with appliances

    Whether you're moving, remodeling, or just replacing appliances in your house, there are a few things you should keep in mind when shopping, especially if you are looking to save some money.

  • Witnesses recall talking to Allan Agababa about guns, chemicals

    Did defendant Allan Agababa plot to kill his mother? It may appear that way according to testimony heard in Day 5 of the aggravated murder trial. On the stand, individuals report having conversations with Agababa about guns and deadly chemicals.

  • Training program helps island communities stay STD-free

    It's been five years in the making, and this week a new curriculum is being rolled out that aims to more effectively work with Chuukese and Chamorro communities. The focus is on their personal wellbeing and sexuality. It's all an effort to reduce the risk of STDs and HIV on island.

  • KUAM goes behind bars for a look at Guam's prison

    On Tuesday, Department of Corrections leaders responded to the rash of contraband recently found at the Mangilao compound. KUAM went behind bars for more on the prison's efforts to put a stop to the smuggling of drugs and other banned items. 

  • Firing range has environmental affects extending beyond the land

    The proposed firing range at Ritidian-Litekyan won't just affect the lands they're going to sit on...but the waters out below the cliffline, as well. 

  • Tiyan charter school resumes classes

    It's back to class for hundreds of middle and high school students at the Guahan Academy Charter School after the new facility in Tiyan was cleared to open over the weekend. 

  • Delta discontinuing Guam service

    The airline says it is discontinuing service because "the demand has not been strong enough to sustain the route."

  • 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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  • Nominate someone for the Good Neighbor Award

    Nominate someone for the Good Neighbor Award

    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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  • Nearby gunshots force lockdown at Okkoho High

    Nearby gunshots force lockdown at Okkoho High

    Students at Okkodo High School were on lockdown this morning after 5 gunshots were heard approximately half a mile from campus.

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    Students at Okkodo High School were on lockdown this morning after 5 gunshots were heard approximately half a mile from campus.

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  • Northern Pool closing for maintenance, repairs

    Northern Pool closing for maintenance, repairs

    The Department of Parks & Recreation will be performing maintenance work at Guam’s Northern Pool in Dededo. The work includes repairs to the mechanical equipment operating the pool, as well as checking for leaks in the pool, and regular maintenance.   This work is necessary to maintaining the equipment needed to ensure the safety and health of our swimmers and maximize the life of the pool.  The pool will be shut down on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, for initial a...More >>
    The Department of Parks & Recreation will be performing maintenance work at Guam’s Northern Pool in Dededo. The work includes repairs to the mechanical equipment operating the pool, as well as checking for leaks in the pool, and regular maintenance.   This work is necessary to maintaining the equipment needed to ensure the safety and health of our swimmers and maximize the life of the pool.  The pool will be shut down on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, for initial a...More >>
  • Parents urged to verify if babies were TB contacts at hospital

    Parents urged to verify if babies were TB contacts at hospital

    The response effort following an active case of tuberculosis discovered at the Guam Memorial Hospital nursery last month is continuing at the Department of Public Health.

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    The response effort following an active case of tuberculosis discovered at the Guam Memorial Hospital nursery last month is continuing at the Department of Public Health.

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