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  • Guam cleared, but island community reminded to always prepare

    Things are slowly getting back to normal here on Guam following last week's threat by North Korea. But today, homeland security officials made clear they are not letting their guard down, since this is, as we've heard before, not the first time North Korea has threatened the territory.

  • Show will go on for disco star, despite arrest for meth, pot possession

    The show must go on...and it will. Despite her arrest on Tuesday night on drug charges, disco queen Yvonne Elliman-Alexander is expected to hit the stage and the high notes as planned. 

  • Dead fish near Boat Basin a major concern for island anglers

    Dozens of dead fish were spotted floating atop the water and washing up on the shore by the Hagatna Boat Basin. The issues have left some fishermen standing by frustrated, as potential harvests float away. 

  • Parents, faculty, admins ready for start of public school year

    Parents and school administrators are putting the final touches in place for the first day of classes tomorrow.  Rain or shine - students are heading back to class.

  • Brand new busses will bring kids to school

    Tomorrow's the big day: the first day of classes for over 30,000 public school students. And for those of you riding the bus, there's good news for you.

  • From standoff to stand down

    Could the threat to our island finally be over? Today, more eyes had been watching out for plans of North Korea's attack on Guam. But the leader of North Korea has reportedly called off those efforts...at least for now. That's the news coming out today from North Korean state media, and it seems Adelup is taking that report at face value.

  • Guam healthcare officials beef-up security plans

    Although the local government maintains there is no imminent threat of a nuclear missile from North Korea, local healthcare officials are still beefing up their emergency preparedness plans to stay ready for any possible outcome.

  • Speaker defends biennial budget

    "No one got cut, they didn't get their wish list maybe that I will admit to - they didn't get everything that they wished for," said Speaker BJ Cruz, defending his biennial budget as outlined in Substitute Bill 22. 

  • Island residents need to remain vigilant, prepared

    While Adelup says the rhetoric coming out of North Korea about a possible nuclear missile attack seems to have turned down, they still encourage residents to standup preparations.

  • Guam court system prepares facilities, staffers in case of attack

    Though it was business as usual on Tuesday, the Judiciary of Guam is taking the necessary steps to prepare their over 400 employees on what to do in the event of an attack.

  • No change in threat level, no change in visitors to Guam

    Tourists are apparently unfazed by the North Korean threat. There have been no major cancellations according to the Guam Visitors Bureau. GVB held its quarterly meeting Thursday, riding high on record numbers and confident that arrivals will continue to soar.

  • Governor Calvo reassures safety of Guamanians

    A threat to our island. It's been nearly one week since the war of words launched between President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un. And all eyes remain on us, while we watch and wait to see who will make the next move.

  • Guam children share perspective on possible attack

    "This my home, you know - everybody loves this place it's like paradise, so I don't want anything bad to happen so I really hope that we'll be okay," explained 10-year-old Nathan Perez, who learned about the threat from about a possible launch of nuclear missiles into the waters off Guam on his own through social media.

  • Philippine consul general prepared to relocate offices if necessary

    Hoping for the best... but preparing for the worst case scenario. Though Philippine Consul General Marciano De Borja expresses his upmost confidence in the local government and our military defenses, it's better to be safe than sorry.

  • Trump tells Calvo he's behind Guam "1,000%"

    President Donald Trump isn’t just using his phone to turn up the tweets about North Korea, he’s also using it to call Governor Eddie Calvo to assure the people of Guam we have nothing to worry about.

  • National Geographic photographer moved by the beauty of Guam

    A picture is worth a thousand words, or in this case, 90 cents. One familiar site on Guam found its way on an international first class stamp.

  • Guam war survivors share thoughts on US-North Korea conflict

    They're considered Guam's greatest generation having survived the atrocities of World War II and the Japanese Occupation. Fast forward to today, 73 years later, war again on their minds with the threat of an attack from North Korea. We spoke to several islanders about their unique perspective on the situation.

  • Trump won't tolerate North Korea disrespecting America

    President Donald Trump says he's no longer going to allow North Korea to disrespect America. And if Pyongyang touches Guam - it's game over.

  • Andersen AFB stands ready to defend Guam

    In light of recent threats from North Korea, KUAM visited Andersen Air Force Base, where military officials say they are in a constant state of readiness.  Military might - including B-1 bombers and KC-135 Stratotankers - were showcased at Andersen AFB Friday morning.

  • Senators put Guam Invasive Species Council on the hot seat

    Island lawmakers are putting pressure on the Guam Invasive Species Council, yesterday grilling them on everything from funding, staffing, and their plan of action. Questions were raised about what's being done to mitigate incoming invasive species. In yesterday's oversight hearing it was revealed that two new invasive species enter the island every month.

  • Guam caught in the middle of US-North Korea standoff

    North Korea firing back with its response to President Donald Trump's "fire and fury" threat made on Wednesday. The back and forth -- with Guam caught in the crossfire.

  • Guam Homeland Security assesses island's readiness

    In light of the latest threats made by North Korea to launch missiles in the waters near Guam, KUAM News spoke with Guam Homeland Security to see the agency's stance on how safe we really are, and what defenses are in place to protect the island.

  • Plans in place to curb school dropouts

    The school year is in full swing with Guam's students heading back to class. But one problem remains: kids dropping out of school. And efforts are underway hoping to prevent that issue from growing.

  • North Korean threat not expected to slow South Korean visitor market

    Businessman Tae Oh operates a local bed-&-breakfast company.  He says while some customers have asked questions and shown concern, there have not been any cancellations.

  • Guam neighbors react to missile launch threat

    Caught in the verbal crossfire between North Korea and the United States, Guam residents are reacting to the latest threat from North Korea to launch missiles near our island territory. 

  • 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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