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  • Homeland Security hosts active shooting workshop

    Preparing for the worst, the Guam Homeland Security hosted training today on what steps should be taken in the event of an active shooter.

  • Status quo for clergy sex abuse lawsuits...for now

    158 and counting. That's how many clergy sexual abuse lawsuits have been filed to date. While the number of lawsuits is anticipated to climb, parties continue to work on pre-mediation protocol in hopes of settling out of court. Though majority report being agreeable to terms, it appears one group of plaintiffs may need to proceed on track to trial. During a joint status hearing in the District Court of Guam on Tuesday, one party reported being on the fence on pre-mediation protocol t...
  • Guam officials confident Hawaii's alarm wouldn't happen here

    Hawaii officials are reviewing emergency notification procedures, to prevent a repeat of a false alarm that set off a state-wide panic Sunday Guam time. A local Homeland Security official says he was surprised by the incident, and is confident that kind of huge mistake can't happen here.

  • Patriotism on full display as 46 people earn US citizenship

    As many as 800 men and women are naturalized on Guam soil every year. This most recent ceremony, however, extra special as it was held on the eve of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. The humble Baptist minister turned civil rights icon paved the way for these newly minted American citizens.

  • GVB focusing on attracting visitors in 2018

    Will 2018 be a better year for the island's tourism industry? Much of the negative impacts followed the direct threat to the island from North Korea last August. But, GVB leaders say they are on track to ensuring its a year filled with record numbers.

  • Criminals targeted schools over holiday break

    The season of giving typically corresponds with the season of stealing. While students were out for Christmas Break, campuses islandwide were subject to breakins and theft.

  • Guam Airport has laundry list of challenges this year

    The airport celebrates its 42nd anniversary this week, fresh off a year where it processed a record 3.7 million passengers. But as officials look ahead to 2018, they are preparing for new challenges in the ever-changing travel and tourism industry.

  • Visiting servicemen treat island's elderly to crafts, exercise

    The island's man'amko got physical during a brief meet with sailors from the USS America. Serving the country and our island residents - on Tuesday, sailors and marines of the USS America visited the Catholic Social Services Adult Day Care. 

  • DOE staffers work together to provide for needy families

    Christmas may be over, but the season of giving continues at one GovGuam agency that's started a new initiative to reach out to the students who may not have had presents to open under the tree.

  • New charter schools approved

    The Guam Charter School Council accepted the application of a third charter school - Science is Fun and Awesome Academy was given the greenlight, and Career Tech was conditionally approved. During the meeting representatives told us more about what the two proposed charter schools would mean for Guam.

  • Oversight demands answers from DPW on street management plans

    A recent audit calling out the Department of Public Works on its village street management strategy detailed multiple deficiencies. Now, DPW will have to go before its legislative oversight chair to provide some answers.

  • Council votes to end charter school's pre-k program

    If you're looking for a pre-kindergarten program for your child next school year, charter schools are now not an option. This news comes after the Guam Charter School Council in a budget meeting, voted to end the funding to the Guahan Academy Charter School's pre-k program.

  • Calvo, Rodriguez at odds over hospital funding

    There are new developments in Adelup's effort to find a permanent funding source for the chronically cash-strapped hospital. Governor Eddie Calvo and Health committee chairman Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. are now at odds over the lifting of the gross receipts tax exemption for wholesalers. The governor introduced a bill yesterday to impose the tax on various industries that have long been exempt. Rodriguez says he's concerned about the impact.

  • Dededo mayor installs speed bumps on popular NCS road

    If you're taking a drive through Dededo, slow down and enjoy the ride. The mayor's office has installed speed bumps on the recently paved road Chalan Lumasu for apparent safety reasons.

  • Resident shocked at girlfriend's $14.8 million power bill

    Imagine going to pay your power bill and finding out that the total is in the millions of dollars. That was the reality for one of your island neighbors who got quite the shock when opening his latest utility statement.

  • A look inside the shutdown Verona Resort in Tumon

    They say that the third time's the charm, but it doesn't seem that way for Verona Resort and Spa in Tumon who had their third follow up Public Health inspection. Today, health officials confirm the 8th floor is now open, however, it seems Verona keeps falling short. A look inside the closed floors of the Verona Resort in Tumon. Three different re-inspections, and still seven floors remain shut down. Public Health re-inspected the 6th, 7th, and 8th floors of Verona Resort in Tumon. On...
  • Group plans candlelight vigil to save Ritidian

    An activist group is holding a candlelight vigil this weekend to draw attention to its bid to halt a live fire training range at northwest field. The Prutehi Litekyan - Save Ritidian group is still hoping to protect what it calls a sacred, environmentally-sensitive area.  

  • Jaycee White sentenced for Brian Cruz assault

    Two-and-a-half years in jail. That's how much time Jaycee White will spend behind bars for the aggravated assault of the late Brian Cruz. If you recall, the longtime friends were out drinking with others when things turned deadly. Emotions ran high in court on Thursday as the victim's family confront their loved one's attacker, the man who put Cruz in a sleep he'd never wake from.

  • Bordallo reintroduces legislation to ease costs of FSM migratio

    Federal legislation aimed at easing the costs of FSM migration is reintroduced by Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo.  The Compact Impact Relief Act seeks to help offset the tens of millions of dollars GovGuam says its spends each year on COFA migrants.  

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    Bogus call to governor purports to be from Ukraine PM's office

    Was Guam governor Eddie Calvo duped by a group claiming to be with the Ukrainian Prime Minister's Office? He took the phone call and even answered their questions. 

  • Be wary of jellyfish this time of year

    They might be small but their sting can pack quite the punch, especially when they come in groups. Man-o-wars and boxed jellyfish have been washing up on shore.

  • Good news for Guam victims

    Still no verdict from Rome on Archbishop Anthony Apuron's canonical trial. But, some good news for victims from a court here at home. Deny defense's motion to dismiss the clergy sexual abuse lawsuits against Archbishop Anthony Apuron. 

  • 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

    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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  • 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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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew named All Pro, Pro Bowl Alternate

    Lions' Jamal Agnew named All Pro, Pro Bowl Alternate

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    The Detroit Lions’ Jamal Agnew was namedtto the Associated Press’ All Pro first team as a punt returner. The 5th round draft pick out of The University of San Diego is currently leading the NFL with a 15.4 yard punt return average.  Agnew is also the first-alternate to NFL Pro Bowl kick returner Pharoh Cooper of the Los Angeles Rams. Agnew was only the only return specialist to score multiple touchdowns this season, and despite leading the league in punt-return ave...More >>
    The Detroit Lions’ Jamal Agnew was namedtto the Associated Press’ All Pro first team as a punt returner. The 5th round draft pick out of The University of San Diego is currently leading the NFL with a 15.4 yard punt return average.  Agnew is also the first-alternate to NFL Pro Bowl kick returner Pharoh Cooper of the Los Angeles Rams. Agnew was only the only return specialist to score multiple touchdowns this season, and despite leading the league in punt-return ave...More >>
  • Streetball legend Bone Collector helps kids steer clear of drugs, bullying

    Streetball legend Bone Collector helps kids steer clear of drugs, bullying

    Guam Elite Basketball, Fury Promotions and Bank of Guam presents The Bone Collector Experience. The Anti Drugs & Anti Bullying Campaign takes place on January 27th at the Elite Center in Tiyan and on January 28th at the FD Phoenix Center. Larry "Bone Collector" Williams is an internationally recognized hoopster who was recognized as the Most Dangerous Streetballer Player in the World by Slam Magazine. Williams said, "This is the Bone Collector from Pasadena Califor...More >>
    Guam Elite Basketball, Fury Promotions and Bank of Guam presents The Bone Collector Experience. The Anti Drugs & Anti Bullying Campaign takes place on January 27th at the Elite Center in Tiyan and on January 28th at the FD Phoenix Center. Larry "Bone Collector" Williams is an internationally recognized hoopster who was recognized as the Most Dangerous Streetballer Player in the World by Slam Magazine. Williams said, "This is the Bone Collector from Pasadena Califor...More >>
  • Get your 2017-2018 NFL schedule for KUAM here!

    Get your 2017-2018 NFL schedule for KUAM here!

    We've got a huge slate of NFL action for you this season, with 25 games being broadcast live for Sunday Night Football on KUAM-TV8 and Thursday Night Football from KUAM-TV11. Bookmark our schedule so you, your friends ad your fantasy league don't miss a snap!

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    We've got a huge slate of NFL action for you this season, with 25 games being broadcast live for Sunday Night Football on KUAM-TV8 and Thursday Night Football from KUAM-TV11. Bookmark our schedule so you, your friends ad your fantasy league don't miss a snap!

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  • Fire evacuates 8 people from Mangilao home

    Fire evacuates 8 people from Mangilao home

    Eight people had to be evacuated after a structure fire in Mangilao. It happened around 5pm today on Roberto Street. Units are working to put out the fire to a wood and tin extension of a concrete home. The tenants were able to get out of the home without injury. Eight people had to be evacuated after a structure fire in Mangilao. It happened around 5pm today on Roberto Street. Units are working to put out the fire to a wood and tin extension of a concrete home. The tenants were ab...More >>
    Eight people had to be evacuated after a structure fire in Mangilao. It happened around 5pm today on Roberto Street. Units are working to put out the fire to a wood and tin extension of a concrete home. The tenants were able to get out of the home without injury. Eight people had to be evacuated after a structure fire in Mangilao. It happened around 5pm today on Roberto Street. Units are working to put out the fire to a wood and tin extension of a concrete home. The tenants were ab...More >>
  • Senators debate lifting business privilege tax

    Senators debate lifting business privilege tax

    Facing a substantial loss in tax revenue as a result of federal reforms, Senators held an oversight hearing to discuss lifting the more than 30-year exemption on business privilege tax on wholesalers, and other industries.

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    Facing a substantial loss in tax revenue as a result of federal reforms, Senators held an oversight hearing to discuss lifting the more than 30-year exemption on business privilege tax on wholesalers, and other industries.

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  • Man accused of touching 8-year-old

    Man accused of touching 8-year-old

    Not once, not twice, but on seven separate occasions he allegedly touched an 8-year-old girl. Now, 19-year-old Javin Ross Garrido faces multiple counts of first and second degree criminal sexual conduct charges, all as first degree felonies. The incidents typically took place when Garrido and the victim played video games, but were often interrupted by a family member entering the room. Court documents state he also state he showed the girl a pornographic video on his phone. When ...More >>
    Not once, not twice, but on seven separate occasions he allegedly touched an 8-year-old girl. Now, 19-year-old Javin Ross Garrido faces multiple counts of first and second degree criminal sexual conduct charges, all as first degree felonies. The incidents typically took place when Garrido and the victim played video games, but were often interrupted by a family member entering the room. Court documents state he also state he showed the girl a pornographic video on his phone. When ...More >>
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