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  • Guam ranked 5th in chlamydia rates

    The rates of sexually transmitted diseases on island are climbing. Last year, Guam ranked a startling 5th in the nation for Chlamydia.This week, representatives from the Department of Public Health traveled off island to a national conference to find solu
  • Former Guam residents return as marines for military exercise

    A pair of Guam-bred Marines were back home for a brief visit, after taking part in the recent COPE North exercise involving more than two thousand troops from three countries. For Marines Benjamin Blas Jr. and Daelankris Alviz, the multinational Cope Nort
  • Friends mourn Mangilao crash victim Ana Chargualaf

    The 67-year old woman who died in a three-car crash in Mangilao has been identified as Un Cha Kang Chargualaf, also known as “Ana”.
  • Police wait for autopsy of man found dead in Yigo

    A death investigation is underway.Police responding to a Yigo home after a man is found dead. GPD spokesperson Sgt. Paul Tapao... "Officers that were assigned to the Dededo precinct, they received a call of an unresponsive male within a ranch home style i
  • Tenorio ready to move on post-verdict

    Not Guilty. Believe it or not, the former lieutenant governor of Guam is cleared of the misdemeanor charges in last year's gun-grabbing incident down in Tumon. Tenorio also gave KUAM an exclusive interview just hours after the verdict was read. During the
  • CLTC to resume reviewing and approving leases

    The Chamoru Land Trust Commission will begin the long process of reviewing and approving leases that were put on ice after KUAM news broke the story of the Barrigada Heights CLTC controversy last year. Cynthia Fejeran took time off to speak to the CLTC af
  • Public Health makes great strides in preventing, controlling TB

    It's time to end tuberculosis. Health officials attended a proclamation signing to celebrate World TB Day on March 24. The day is to commemorate a German microbiologist named Robert Koch who helped discover a cure, Dr. Jana Manglona, chief medical directo
  • Tenorio found not guilty

    Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio was found not guilty on both remaining charges of Reckless Conduct and Obstruction of Government Function for last year’s Tumon gun grabbing incident.
  • Jury begins deliberations for Tenorio trial

    His fate is now left for a jury to decide. Deliberations are underway in the trial against former lieutenant governor Ray Tenorio. Each juror listened-in on closing arguments today, weighing out the testimony and the evidence. That's what the jury in Ray
  • Guam's new medical examiner could be part-time

    A draft contract is in the works to hire a new chief medical examiner, at least on a part-time basis. Since the retirement Dr. Aurelio Espinola in January, Guam has been operating without such a physician to perform autopsies in cases of suspicious or unu
  • KUAM Gamechangers: Nick Akimoto (FD rugby)

    Father Duenas Friar senior Nick Akimoto is ready to take the next step in his journey. Nick has been a Friar rugby player since his freshman year and he advanced quickly, securing a starting slot as a sophomore. While the defending champion Friars lost so
  • Defense rests in Tenorio trial

    He was NOT grabbing at it. Former lieutenant governor Ray Tenorio testified during Day 4 of trial in his gun-grabbing case. Subsequently, the defense rested its case today. Tenorio was called up to the witness stand, proclaiming, "I was the lieutenant gov
  • AG weighs-in on legislation to legalize marijuana

    Attorney General Leevin Camacho's written testimony on Senator Clynt Ridgell's Adult Use Cannabis Bill highlights concerns the AG has with legal weed. Camacho raised several concerns with potential impacts of legal weed, saying we could see an increase in
  • Leon Guerrero maintains support for Dan Tydingco

    Lou Leon Guerrero is standing by her man. The island's governor remains confident in her choice for airport board nominee Dan Tydingco, and is calling on oversight chair Senator Telena Nelson to let the entire committee decide whether to report out the no
  • Acting speaker grounds Dan Tydingco's airport board appointment

    The legislature will not be confirming airport board nominee Dan Tydingco. Air Transportation Committee Chair Acting Speaker Telena Nelson made the announcement in a letter Tuesday to Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero. Nelson's concerns center on Tydingco's role in
  • Former lieutenant governor takes the stand in Day 3 of trial

    Two of the charges dropped. Guam’s former lieutenant governor gained a victory of sorts after half of the charges filed against him were thrown out during day three of trial in his gun grabbing case. But, could Ray Tenorio take the stand? No evidenc
  • Reckless conduct, official misconduct charges dropped against Tenorio

    Reckless conduct and official misconduct charges were dismissed against former Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio. The other charges of reckless conduct and obstructing of government function remain. Tenorio is accused in last summer’s gun grabbing incident invol
  • Constituents: delegate's town hall falls short

    The wait is over - Guam Del. Michael San Nicolas' Guam District office officially opens and a town hall meeting held - while some in attendance said it should've been done differently, San Nicolas had no comment for KUAM. The opening of the office comes a
  • More testimony leaves Dan Tydingco's airport board seat up in the air

    The arguments pro and con continue over Airport board nominee Dan Tydingco. Oversight chair Senator Telena Nelson has received new written testimony that centers on a controversy more than six years ago that lead to the firing of seven Port employees. But
  • Day 2 of trial underway for former lieutenant governor

    Dressed in his Guam Police Department uniform and wearing the same duty belt the night of the alleged gun grabbing incident, GPD Sgt. Carl Cruz took the witness stand at the Superior Court of Guam Monday morning. Cruz was the officer involved in what turn
  • Get all your election news online & interactively from KUAM

    The big news heading into this fall is the election, and so our digital team has put together a series of helpful and fun products to help you make an informed decision when you head to the polls. We're all over the map with our coverage of the Decision 2
  • 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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    Road Safety Reminder for the Week

    Road Safety Reminder for the Week THE RIGHT OF WAY RULES (Part 1 of 6) At intersections without traffic control devices, such as STOP or YIELD signs or Traffic Control Signs: The first vehicle in the intersection has the right to go ahead. Keep in mind, hMore >>
    Road Safety Reminder for the Week THE RIGHT OF WAY RULES (Part 1 of 6) At intersections without traffic control devices, such as STOP or YIELD signs or Traffic Control Signs: The first vehicle in the intersection has the right to go ahead. Keep in mind, hMore >>
  • High Risk of Rip Currents Continue for the Marianas

    High Risk of Rip Currents Continue for the Marianas

    Wednesday, March 20 2019 8:41 PM EDT2019-03-21 00:41:21 GMT
    The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office advise the high risk of rip currents remains in effect for east facing reefs of Guam, Rota, Tinian, and Saipan, through Friday. Rip currents are powerful channels of water flowing quickly awMore >>
    The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office advise the high risk of rip currents remains in effect for east facing reefs of Guam, Rota, Tinian, and Saipan, through Friday. Rip currents are powerful channels of water flowing quickly awMore >>
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  • Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

    Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

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    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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  • KUAM's Think Green Cleanup

    KUAM's Think Green Cleanup

    Thursday, March 21 2019 3:44 AM EDT2019-03-21 07:44:43 GMT
    The KUAM CAREFORCE ALONG WITH OUR COMMUNITY partners IP&E and MICRONESIA CLIMATE CHANGE ALLIANCE, ARE THINKING GREEN AND GEARING UP FOR OUR ANNUAL THINK GREEN CLEAN UP ON SATURDAY, APRIL TWENTY SEVENTH. WE'LL BE CLEANING THE BEACHSIDE ALONG HAGATNA BAY FRMore >>
    The KUAM CAREFORCE ALONG WITH OUR COMMUNITY partners IP&E and MICRONESIA CLIMATE CHANGE ALLIANCE, ARE THINKING GREEN AND GEARING UP FOR OUR ANNUAL THINK GREEN CLEAN UP ON SATURDAY, APRIL TWENTY SEVENTH. WE'LL BE CLEANING THE BEACHSIDE ALONG HAGATNA BAY FRMore >>

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  • Guam ranked 5th in chlamydia rates

    Guam ranked 5th in chlamydia rates

    Thursday, March 21 2019 10:39 PM EDT2019-03-22 02:39:04 GMT
    The rates of sexually transmitted diseases on island are climbing. Last year, Guam ranked a startling 5th in the nation for Chlamydia.This week, representatives from the Department of Public Health traveled off island to a national conference to find soluMore >>
    The rates of sexually transmitted diseases on island are climbing. Last year, Guam ranked a startling 5th in the nation for Chlamydia.This week, representatives from the Department of Public Health traveled off island to a national conference to find soluMore >>
  • Former Guam residents return as marines for military exercise

    Former Guam residents return as marines for military exercise

    Thursday, March 21 2019 10:12 PM EDT2019-03-22 02:12:42 GMT
    A pair of Guam-bred Marines were back home for a brief visit, after taking part in the recent COPE North exercise involving more than two thousand troops from three countries. For Marines Benjamin Blas Jr. and Daelankris Alviz, the multinational Cope NortMore >>
    A pair of Guam-bred Marines were back home for a brief visit, after taking part in the recent COPE North exercise involving more than two thousand troops from three countries. For Marines Benjamin Blas Jr. and Daelankris Alviz, the multinational Cope NortMore >>
  • More than $468,000 in tax returns being mailed-out

    More than $468,000 in tax returns being mailed-out

    Friday, March 22 2019 4:08 AM EDT2019-03-22 08:08:12 GMT
    $468,468 in tax refunds have been mailed out. The Department of Revenue & Taxation and the Department of Administration say they represent 167 checks for error-free returns filed on or before October 2, 2018.More >>
    $468,468 in tax refunds have been mailed out. The Department of Revenue & Taxation and the Department of Administration say they represent 167 checks for error-free returns filed on or before October 2, 2018.More >>
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