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  • Nissan Guam introduces all-new 2018 Leaf EV

    It has zero emissions, and is 100% electric. The all-new 2018 Nissan Leaf has everyone talking about a green way to speed through the green lights on your daily commute. The time is now to hit the pavement with the most affordable electric car. We met AJ
  • "Eat with caution" says CDC after lettuce E.coli outbreak

    Lettuce is a common staple for our favorite salads, and now the CDC warns of an E.coli outbreak, linked to romaine lettuce. Though no reports of E.coli are here on Guam, some local grocery stores are the public their lettuce is safe. Public Health though
  • New priest named in latest clergy sex abuse lawsuit

    A former Santa Rita altar boy was told he'd be blessed. The abuse starting when he was only eight years old. Instead, he was sexually abused and molested by his parish priest, on a weekly, for a two-year period. This is the first time Capuchin priest Fath
  • Appeal filed with Supreme Court over veteran's voting right

    It's a last-ditch effort to secure presidential voting rights for a military veteran who can't cast a ballot because he lives in Guam. An appeal has been filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that has far-reaching implications for the full voting ri
  • Calvo secures millions in federal grant assistance

    "Matters and monies" was the gist of Governor Eddie Calvo's meeting with U.S. Insular Affairs Assistant Secretary Doug Domenech. The island's chief executive voiced our island's concerns, while also receiving millions of dollars in federal grants. Federal
  • Fernandez back after meeting with USDOE

    Guam's DOE officials just came back from a visit from the nation's capital to meet with heads of the U.S. Department of Education, like Secretary of Education Betsy Devos. Their main concern: getting Guam DOE off special conditions and their high risk sta
  • Homeland Security doesn't believe GovGuam hack was terrorist-related

    Guam Homeland Security officials confirm that local government websites, including the Guam Police department's, were defaced over the weekend. The attacker leaving a message seeking to increase awareness about the Syrian situation. A message was posted o
  • Local shares story of uncle, aboard the USS Oklahoma during attack

    After more than 70 years since World War II, families are starting to gain information on their lost members. One local shares his story about the recovery of his uncle, a sailor who was aboard the USS Oklahoma when it was attacked by Japanese aircraft. W
  • Are there restrictions for GovGuam staffers using campaign stickers on cars?

    You've been seeing campaign signs everywhere: the sides of roads, billboards, stickers. Current laws restrict the campaigning practices of government employees while working. But the latest issue that's been catching the public's interest - what about car
  • Writer chronicles a year spent on Guam

    He only lived on Guam for a year, but his journal's now timeless. The book titled a "Year on the Island" recently winning a gold medal book award, the first for Guam. It's a story of an American lieutenant's one year on Guam. "He went and he recorded all
  • Guam Ocean Planning Team meets with mayors

    About 70% of the earth's surface is covered with water. And living in the largest, deepest ocean, there's so much going on in the big blue surrounding us. That's why a new group has come to surface, the Guam Ocean Planning Team. They recently addressed is
  • Artists invited to get their hands on Guam's territorial tree

    Calling all carvers and artisans! Here's your chance to get your hands on Guam's territorial tree - after they're cut down to make room for the military buildup. It's coming. "It's very likely there will be full-scale construction sometime this year," sai
  • What's DOE doing to address students under the influence on campus?

    Students caught either getting drunk, high, or with drugs or alcohol on campus. That's the reality the Guam Department of Education battles with daily. Multiple incidents reported just this week, as we look into the issue and what the government's largest
  • 31 people left homeless after Dededo fire

    Picking up the pieces, a house fire in Dededo on Wednesday left 31 people without a home. The families who shared the home are looking to the community for help, so they can rebuild. It was an unexpected Wednesday afternoon, as Guam firefighters responded
  • Guam students march for peace

    On this day 19 years ago our nation was in shock, grieving the loss of 12 students and a teacher from Columbine High School, killed by two students carrying loaded guns. We've seen countless mass tragedies since, and today, Guam students marched in protes
  • Legislation empowers gun owners to defend themselves

    Another measure drew the strong support of gun rights advocates. It expands gun laws by providing "stand your ground" justification, allowing gun owners to defend themselves anywhere in the face of imminent danger. Bill sponsor Senator Joe S. San Agustin
  • Health group gathering critical data to prolong life for Guamanians

    PICCAH. No, not the Chamorro term for hot and spicy - short for Pacific Islands Cohort on Cardiometabolic Health, this group of local health professionals are looking to gather data that could tell us help many of us live longer. What's killing Guamanians
  • OCP's Mayor Gogue speculates on impacts of redistricting

    What will DOE's reassignment of attendance areas mean for your children? Talks of redistricting are starting, the first stop was to a middle school in the Village of Ordot Wednesday night. Redistricting is a word that may be unsettling for some. But, Ordo
  • Solving problems for Non-Governmental Organizations

    Finding solutions to the problems faced by Non-Governmental Organizations was the focus of Day 2 at the 8th Annual Micronesia Non-Profit Congress Conference. Guest speakers from on- and off-island appeared to NGO leaders to speak on approaches to certain
  • Student poll gauges community's thoughts on island issues

    A recent poll conducted by students at Simon Sanchez High School gives us a glimpse of what voters will be thinking about when they cast their votes in Decision 2018. How do residents feel about gambling, school safety, and whose to blame for GovGuam's fi

  • $548K in GEDA travel

    GEDA has spent over a half a million dollars flying high. The Guam Economic Development Authority spent $548,725 on travel in fiscal year 2017 and 2018 – according to documents obtained from the agency by way of Freedom of Information Act request. G
  • Mother of assaulted Sanchez student outraged

    The mother of the Simon Sanchez High School student seen apparently being bullied in a viral video is outraged. She's upset that not more was done to prevent the bully from slapping her child during lunch in the cafeteria. DOE confirmed the bully was the
  • Defense argues motion to sever for Albert Santos II

    He's charged with eight others in connection to last year's murder in the prison, but wants to face a jury solo. Albert Santos II was back in court today, this time defense arguing his motion to sever. Defense gave details to the court - who said what - a
  • Students shine in government roles for Island Leadership Day

    Stepping into the shoes of island leaders for a day, middle and High School students participated in DYA's Island Leadership Day, last held five years ago. Students learned the ins-and-outs of what it means to work in government. (And it was with special
  • Governor Calvo: Trump's North Korea visit "good news for Guam"

    News of the direct threat from North Korea has since calmed. President Donald Trump speaking in Florida today alongside Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about his planned trip to that country and the talks he hopes will have a positive end result. Trump
  • Guam Guardsmen heading to training in South Korea

    Serving America and protecting the island, an estimated 500 soldiers of the Guam Army National Guard are scheduled to leave for annual training at the end of this month. Destination: South Korea. Major Josephine Blas is the spokesperson for the Guam Natio
  • 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.
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    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

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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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    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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  • Think Green Cleanup

    Think Green Cleanup

    The KUAM CAREFORCE ALONG WITH OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS IP&E AND MICRONESIA RENEWABLE ENERGY, INC. ARE THINKING GREEN AND GEARING UP FOR OUR ANNUAL THINK GREEN CLEAN UP ON SATURDAY, APRIL TWENTY EIGHT. THIS YEAR, WE'LL BE CLEANING OUR STREETS IN EAST AGANA TMore >>
    The KUAM CAREFORCE ALONG WITH OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS IP&E AND MICRONESIA RENEWABLE ENERGY, INC. ARE THINKING GREEN AND GEARING UP FOR OUR ANNUAL THINK GREEN CLEAN UP ON SATURDAY, APRIL TWENTY EIGHT. THIS YEAR, WE'LL BE CLEANING OUR STREETS IN EAST AGANA TMore >>
  • EGGStreme Easter Egg Hunt

    EGGStreme Easter Egg Hunt

    KUAM Communications present The EGGStreme Easter Egg Hunt following the Trench Kids obstacle race at the Guam Raceway Park in Yigo on Saturday, March 31st. Racers, Stick around after the race and non-racers show up by 10:45 am for a fun and unique egg hunMore >>
    KUAM Communications present The EGGStreme Easter Egg Hunt following the Trench Kids obstacle race at the Guam Raceway Park in Yigo on Saturday, March 31st. Racers, Stick around after the race and non-racers show up by 10:45 am for a fun and unique egg hunMore >>
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  • Water outage in Agat on Thursday

    Water outage in Agat on Thursday

    GWA announces a schedule water outage for Thursday, April 26, 2018 starting from 6:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. April 27, 2018. Crew will be making repairs on a main line. Village: Agat Areas affected: All of Agat village.More >>
    GWA announces a schedule water outage for Thursday, April 26, 2018 starting from 6:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. April 27, 2018. Crew will be making repairs on a main line. Village: Agat Areas affected: All of Agat village.More >>
  • Intermittent Southbound Route 3 Lane Closures Tomorrow Through Friday

    Intermittent Southbound Route 3 Lane Closures Tomorrow Through Friday

    The Department of Public Works would like to remind the public that from Tuesday, April 24, 2018 through Friday, April 27, 2018, there will be intermittent lane closures on Route 3 southbound lane from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Flaggers will be present to coMore >>
    The Department of Public Works would like to remind the public that from Tuesday, April 24, 2018 through Friday, April 27, 2018, there will be intermittent lane closures on Route 3 southbound lane from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Flaggers will be present to coMore >>
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  • Jessica D. Quenga

    Jessica D. Quenga

    Name: Jessica D. Quenga Female / Pacific Islander / Age: 45 HT: 5’10” WT: 195lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Piti Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Back: Heart with a Dragon, Right Upper Arm: Crown & 13 Wanted for: Violating the Conditions More >>
    Name: Jessica D. Quenga Female / Pacific Islander / Age: 45 HT: 5’10” WT: 195lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Last known village: Piti Scars/Marks/Tattoos: Back: Heart with a Dragon, Right Upper Arm: Crown & 13 Wanted for: Violating the Conditions More >>
  • 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 >>

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  • Rodriguez wants islandwide WiFi

    Rodriguez wants islandwide WiFi

    Imagine accessing Wi-Fi anywhere on island. That's the goal for the latest legislation introduced by Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. His Bill 276 pushes for a request for information relative to contracting a Municipal Wi-Fi service. The RFI would be done tMore >>
    Imagine accessing Wi-Fi anywhere on island. That's the goal for the latest legislation introduced by Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. His Bill 276 pushes for a request for information relative to contracting a Municipal Wi-Fi service. The RFI would be done tMore >>
  • DOE aide accused of sexual assaulting students on campus

    DOE aide accused of sexual assaulting students on campus

    A Department of Education one-to-one aide is in jail accused of sexually abusing two students on campus. 31-year-old Sean David Cruz is charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct as a first degree felony with a special allegation for vulnerable vicMore >>
    A Department of Education one-to-one aide is in jail accused of sexually abusing two students on campus. 31-year-old Sean David Cruz is charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct as a first degree felony with a special allegation for vulnerable vicMore >>
  • Guam Medical Association plans to declare state of emergency for GMH

    Guam Medical Association plans to declare state of emergency for GMH

    The Guam Medical Association is calling an emergency meeting to declare a "state of emergency" for Guam's only Public Hospital. Dr. Vince Akimoto a member of GMA says they're proposing a legislative resolution to urge the Governor and Legislature to secur

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    The Guam Medical Association is calling an emergency meeting to declare a "state of emergency" for Guam's only Public Hospital. Dr. Vince Akimoto a member of GMA says they're proposing a legislative resolution to urge the Governor and Legislature to secur

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