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  • Female files complaint against deceased priest

    Female files complaint against deceased priest

    Another clergy sexual abuse lawsuit is filed in the District Court of Guam. According to the federal complaint, J.E.L. alleges she was sexually molested by deceased Capuchin priest, Father John "Jack" Niland who was assigned to the Agat parish. J.E.L. doeMore >>
    Another clergy sexual abuse lawsuit is filed in the District Court of Guam. According to the federal complaint, J.E.L. alleges she was sexually molested by deceased Capuchin priest, Father John "Jack" Niland who was assigned to the Agat parish. J.E.L. doeMore >>
  • Woman's social video shows river overflowing outside her house

    Woman's social video shows river overflowing outside her house

    Help is what several of you getting the brunt of it all have asked for. One woman even turned to social media, hoping to get some assistance so that her family can return home once things dry up. Reylena Aguero demonstrated in a shared video, "Tan the besMore >>
    Help is what several of you getting the brunt of it all have asked for. One woman even turned to social media, hoping to get some assistance so that her family can return home once things dry up. Reylena Aguero demonstrated in a shared video, "Tan the besMore >>
  • Strong support for bill giving safe haven for mothers wanting to give up their newborn children

    Strong support for bill giving safe haven for mothers wanting to give up their newborn children

    It's meant to protect infants from dangerous abandonment. Support was strong for a safe haven bill that establishes a legal process for mothers who want to give up their newborn children. Guam's lack of a safe haven law was highlighted in June when this bMore >>
    It's meant to protect infants from dangerous abandonment. Support was strong for a safe haven bill that establishes a legal process for mothers who want to give up their newborn children. Guam's lack of a safe haven law was highlighted in June when this bMore >>
  • Governor declares state of emergency after flooding

    Governor declares state of emergency after flooding

    Governor Eddie Calvo has declared a “State of Emergency” for Guam as a result of flooding that has left roads and bridges impassible and island residents homeless. The Governor has activated the Guam National Guard to assist the Department of More >>
    Governor Eddie Calvo has declared a “State of Emergency” for Guam as a result of flooding that has left roads and bridges impassible and island residents homeless. The Governor has activated the Guam National Guard to assist the Department of More >>
  • Governor rallies resources to address severe flooding damage

    Governor rallies resources to address severe flooding damage

    Rivers overflowing, roads turning into major traffic hazards and homes left barely unrecognizable - the result of Mother Nature's fury. Governor Eddie Calvo is now calling on the troops to assist. Mother Nature has been playing her greatest hits all acrosMore >>
    Rivers overflowing, roads turning into major traffic hazards and homes left barely unrecognizable - the result of Mother Nature's fury. Governor Eddie Calvo is now calling on the troops to assist. Mother Nature has been playing her greatest hits all acrosMore >>
  • Audit questions $50,000 in undeposited bus fairs

    Audit questions $50,000 in undeposited bus fairs

    An audit of the Guam Regional Transit Authority non–appropriated funds is questioning over $50,000 in undeposited bus fares. According to the report, GRTA has no accounting system of the funds, and lacks basic controls to "address typical risks to cMore >>
    An audit of the Guam Regional Transit Authority non–appropriated funds is questioning over $50,000 in undeposited bus fares. According to the report, GRTA has no accounting system of the funds, and lacks basic controls to "address typical risks to cMore >>
  • Check out KUAM's voter precinct for cool info about voting in your village

    Check out KUAM's voter precinct for cool info about voting in your village

    We have all you need to help you need to make it to polls this Primary election Saturday. Just check out KUAM's voter precinct map. It allows you to click and browse the voting sites in your village. We also have several voting tips to make sure your expeMore >>
    We have all you need to help you need to make it to polls this Primary election Saturday. Just check out KUAM's voter precinct map. It allows you to click and browse the voting sites in your village. We also have several voting tips to make sure your expeMore >>
  • Feds kick-in funding to combat invasive species

    Feds kick-in funding to combat invasive species

    The U.S. Department of Interior announces a $1.5 million grant to tackle invasive species. Guam will receive $200,000 to eradicate and manage the little fire ant infestation in Santa Rita. According to DOI, 15 percent or 70 acres of the Coral ConservationMore >>
    The U.S. Department of Interior announces a $1.5 million grant to tackle invasive species. Guam will receive $200,000 to eradicate and manage the little fire ant infestation in Santa Rita. According to DOI, 15 percent or 70 acres of the Coral ConservationMore >>
  • DOE promises to fix-up Agat elementary school

    DOE promises to fix-up Agat elementary school

    It's not the only public school in need of fixing, but DOE officials are promising to fix-up Marcial Sablan Elementary School in Agat. This comes after Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo announces Guam DOE received a federal grant for $750,000. The grant spMore >>
    It's not the only public school in need of fixing, but DOE officials are promising to fix-up Marcial Sablan Elementary School in Agat. This comes after Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo announces Guam DOE received a federal grant for $750,000. The grant spMore >>
  • CNMI voter registration on Guam

    CNMI voter registration on Guam

    CNMI voter registration - right here on Guam - began today. Officials from the Commonwealth Election Commission registering voters for the CNMI election until Friday at the Wyndham Hotel in Tamuning daily from 9am to 3pm. CNMI residents that are living onMore >>
    CNMI voter registration - right here on Guam - began today. Officials from the Commonwealth Election Commission registering voters for the CNMI election until Friday at the Wyndham Hotel in Tamuning daily from 9am to 3pm. CNMI residents that are living onMore >>
  • Prutehi Litekyan looking for answers on NOVA issue

    Prutehi Litekyan looking for answers on NOVA issue

    A KUAM News investigative story about DOD contractor fined $100K by Guam EPA for spilling over 100 gallons of jet fuel and contaminating 500 tons of soil in Agana Heights and Harmon has caught the attention of local environmental justice group Prutehi Lit

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    A KUAM News investigative story about DOD contractor fined $100K by Guam EPA for spilling over 100 gallons of jet fuel and contaminating 500 tons of soil in Agana Heights and Harmon has caught the attention of local environmental justice group Prutehi Lit

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  • GEC banking on favorable weather for Super Saturday

    GEC banking on favorable weather for Super Saturday

    54,033 registered voters locked and loaded for Saturday's Primary Election. Today, the GEC began the process of transporting polling booths to polling sites around the island. While the GEC has been touting record voter registration for the Primary, in orMore >>
    54,033 registered voters locked and loaded for Saturday's Primary Election. Today, the GEC began the process of transporting polling booths to polling sites around the island. While the GEC has been touting record voter registration for the Primary, in orMore >>
  • Southerners have to deal with flooding

    Southerners have to deal with flooding

    Major flooding is a problem for areas like down in Merizo. Guam Homeland Security officials reminding everyone of a few basic flood safety tips to keep in mind. Here's a breakdown of the problem in Guam's southern end and what you need to know to stay safMore >>
    Major flooding is a problem for areas like down in Merizo. Guam Homeland Security officials reminding everyone of a few basic flood safety tips to keep in mind. Here's a breakdown of the problem in Guam's southern end and what you need to know to stay safMore >>
  • Democrats sign unity pledge

    Democrats sign unity pledge

    With less than a week before the primary election, the Democratic candidates are committing to support the winning party candidates. All four of their gubernatorial teams have signed off on the unity pledge. Party Chairwoman Senator Regine Biscoe-Lee saysMore >>
    With less than a week before the primary election, the Democratic candidates are committing to support the winning party candidates. All four of their gubernatorial teams have signed off on the unity pledge. Party Chairwoman Senator Regine Biscoe-Lee saysMore >>
  • More concerns by administration over budget bill

    More concerns by administration over budget bill

    Adelup's concerns over the FY19 budget bill continue to mount. The administration says it got a letter from the interior department confirming that Section 30 reimbursements from taxes collected from federal employees, are capped at $68 million. That meanMore >>
    Adelup's concerns over the FY19 budget bill continue to mount. The administration says it got a letter from the interior department confirming that Section 30 reimbursements from taxes collected from federal employees, are capped at $68 million. That meanMore >>
  • Lounge owner faces federal charges

    Lounge owner faces federal charges

    Unsealed in the District Court of Guam, the owner of Wild Orchid Lounge also subject to federal charges. Peter Wang, court documents state, told the feds he paid a Taiwanese recruiter for four Taiwanese females to work at his Tamuning club. The women, Yu-More >>
    Unsealed in the District Court of Guam, the owner of Wild Orchid Lounge also subject to federal charges. Peter Wang, court documents state, told the feds he paid a Taiwanese recruiter for four Taiwanese females to work at his Tamuning club. The women, Yu-More >>
  • Prisoners able to earn a wage behind bars

    Prisoners able to earn a wage behind bars

    The Department of Corrections could soon have its own industry. Here's what prisoners are learning to do so they can make an income from behind bars. They're learning from a master - master Ifit Carver Robert Taitano, that is. He said he's been plying hisMore >>
    The Department of Corrections could soon have its own industry. Here's what prisoners are learning to do so they can make an income from behind bars. They're learning from a master - master Ifit Carver Robert Taitano, that is. He said he's been plying hisMore >>
  • Man charged for drunk driving with child in car

    Man charged for drunk driving with child in car

    A man is accused of threatening to harm an eight year old boy and a woman known to him. The suspect even allegedly driving drunk with the child in the car. Perry Gene Allen Jr. faces multiple DUI charges along with driving while impaired with child on boaMore >>
    A man is accused of threatening to harm an eight year old boy and a woman known to him. The suspect even allegedly driving drunk with the child in the car. Perry Gene Allen Jr. faces multiple DUI charges along with driving while impaired with child on boaMore >>
  • Mother charged with child abuse released from prison

    Mother charged with child abuse released from prison

    The mother charged with abandoning her baby on a stranger's doorstep is released from jail. Naomi Omapas appeared in court on Monday. The court allowed for her release on conditions: She cannot be in contact with children without another adult present andMore >>
    The mother charged with abandoning her baby on a stranger's doorstep is released from jail. Naomi Omapas appeared in court on Monday. The court allowed for her release on conditions: She cannot be in contact with children without another adult present andMore >>
  • Residents capture heavy flooding in Merizo

    Residents capture heavy flooding in Merizo

    We had about a day of rest from all this wet weather, but it's been coming down again since Sunday. More is expected as Typhoon Cimaron moves northwest and away from our region. A flash flood watch has been issued for Guam, Rota, Tinian, and Saipan. MeteoMore >>
    We had about a day of rest from all this wet weather, but it's been coming down again since Sunday. More is expected as Typhoon Cimaron moves northwest and away from our region. A flash flood watch has been issued for Guam, Rota, Tinian, and Saipan. MeteoMore >>
  • Former corrections officer arrested

    Former corrections officer arrested

    A former Corrections officer who pleaded guilty for his part in that major contraband scheme at the prison is arrested over the weekend. Fermin Maratita Jr. is charged with strangulation, assault, aggravated assault, family violence and disorderly conductMore >>
    A former Corrections officer who pleaded guilty for his part in that major contraband scheme at the prison is arrested over the weekend. Fermin Maratita Jr. is charged with strangulation, assault, aggravated assault, family violence and disorderly conductMore >>
  • United Airlines celebrates 50 years on Guam

    United Airlines celebrates 50 years on Guam

    Celebrating half a century, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz was on Guam over the weekend. In a wide ranging interview, the head of the country's third largest airline says they have no plans to compete with Korean low cost carriers, and he also cautioned More >>
    Celebrating half a century, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz was on Guam over the weekend. In a wide ranging interview, the head of the country's third largest airline says they have no plans to compete with Korean low cost carriers, and he also cautioned More >>
  • No Tsunami Threat from Fiji Earthquake

    No Tsunami Threat from Fiji Earthquake

    For Immediate ReleaseAugust 19, 2018No Tsunami Threat from Fiji EarthquakeThe U.S. Geological Survey recorded an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2, at 10:19 AM (ChST). The earthquake was reported at Latitude 18.17S and Longitude 178.111W withMore >>
    For Immediate ReleaseAugust 19, 2018No Tsunami Threat from Fiji EarthquakeThe U.S. Geological Survey recorded an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2, at 10:19 AM (ChST). The earthquake was reported at Latitude 18.17S and Longitude 178.111W withMore >>
  • Bill allows people to identify as transgender without sex change operation

    Bill allows people to identify as transgender without sex change operation

    Legislation has been introduced that would allow individuals who identify as transgender to change their birth certificates without having to undergo a sex change operation. Supporters say similar laws have now been passed in 19 states and 200 cities acroMore >>
    Legislation has been introduced that would allow individuals who identify as transgender to change their birth certificates without having to undergo a sex change operation. Supporters say similar laws have now been passed in 19 states and 200 cities acroMore >>
  • Gubernatorial teams scheduled for D18 Tonight this week

    Gubernatorial teams scheduled for D18 Tonight this week

    We are in the final home stretch...less than one week away from the primary election. Do you know who you are voting for? This week on D18 Tonight, KUAM will give you one last look at each of the gubernatorial teams on our exclusive digital show - the AftMore >>
    We are in the final home stretch...less than one week away from the primary election. Do you know who you are voting for? This week on D18 Tonight, KUAM will give you one last look at each of the gubernatorial teams on our exclusive digital show - the AftMore >>
  • DOC secures money for clinic

    DOC secures money for clinic

    It's one financial crisis averted…for now. The Department of Corrections will be getting nearly all of the money the agency needs to keep its clinical services for inmates and detainees going. DepCor director Tony Lamorena says the budget for the uMore >>
    It's one financial crisis averted…for now. The Department of Corrections will be getting nearly all of the money the agency needs to keep its clinical services for inmates and detainees going. DepCor director Tony Lamorena says the budget for the uMore >>
  • Islanders weigh-in on Guam's new quarter

    Islanders weigh-in on Guam's new quarter

    Except some change in your loose change next year. Of a variety of sketches that were runner-ups, what design would you pick for the next Guam-inspired quarter? It was a shocking choice for Frank Lizama, a Vietnam Veteran with a purple heart, wounded in tMore >>
    Except some change in your loose change next year. Of a variety of sketches that were runner-ups, what design would you pick for the next Guam-inspired quarter? It was a shocking choice for Frank Lizama, a Vietnam Veteran with a purple heart, wounded in tMore >>
  • Pair Arrested After Police Raid Harmon Home

    Pair Arrested After Police Raid Harmon Home

    Guam police received a tip about illegal drug activity at a home in Harmon before they placed two people under arrest. Fernando Cruz Flores, 59, and Sandy Marie Duran, 33, are charged with illegal possession of a schedule II controlled substance, drug posMore >>
    Guam police received a tip about illegal drug activity at a home in Harmon before they placed two people under arrest. Fernando Cruz Flores, 59, and Sandy Marie Duran, 33, are charged with illegal possession of a schedule II controlled substance, drug posMore >>
  • Keeping island hikers safe

    Keeping island hikers safe

    Safety! Safety! Safety! It's what so many of you have been pushing for hikers since the unexpected loss of a local teen. Though not the first tragedy in Guam's jungles, his death now begs the question - should more be done to keep hikers safe? The beautyMore >>
    Safety! Safety! Safety! It's what so many of you have been pushing for hikers since the unexpected loss of a local teen. Though not the first tragedy in Guam's jungles, his death now begs the question - should more be done to keep hikers safe? The beauty More >>
  • GTA's #ConnectWithKindness campaign wants to make social experience positive

    GTA's #ConnectWithKindness campaign wants to make social experience positive

    One telecommunications company is raising the bar when it comes to sharing the love. Just in time for the new school year, GTA has launched a new campaign they're hoping will go viral. If a picture says a thousand words, so can a hashtag. "Capture the gooMore >>
    One telecommunications company is raising the bar when it comes to sharing the love. Just in time for the new school year, GTA has launched a new campaign they're hoping will go viral. If a picture says a thousand words, so can a hashtag. "Capture the gooMore >>
  • Survey investigates how Guamanians get their weather updates

    Survey investigates how Guamanians get their weather updates

    How you weather a storm is determined on your preparedness. But, where do YOU get your information when hazardous conditions are upon us? A local meteorologist is finishing up a survey to collect data so Guamanians can be disaster ready. Maybe you're moniMore >>
    How you weather a storm is determined on your preparedness. But, where do YOU get your information when hazardous conditions are upon us? A local meteorologist is finishing up a survey to collect data so Guamanians can be disaster ready. Maybe you're moniMore >>
  • Federal charges brought against Vincent Lujan for drugs

    Federal charges brought against Vincent Lujan for drugs

    Unsealed in the District Court of Guam this week. Vincent Q. Lujan will face a federal jury later this year on drug charges. According to court documents, from July 2017 to the time of the indictment, Lujan allegedly conspired with others to distribute 50More >>
    Unsealed in the District Court of Guam this week. Vincent Q. Lujan will face a federal jury later this year on drug charges. According to court documents, from July 2017 to the time of the indictment, Lujan allegedly conspired with others to distribute 50More >>
  • Driver involved in deadly Thanksgiving Day crash arrested

    Driver involved in deadly Thanksgiving Day crash arrested

    After last year's Thanksgiving tragedy that ended the life of a young woman, investigators have now made an arrest nine months after it happened. Police say the driver had been going 72 miles an hour on the Back Road to Andersen Air Force Base - Route 15 More >>
    After last year's Thanksgiving tragedy that ended the life of a young woman, investigators have now made an arrest nine months after it happened. Police say the driver had been going 72 miles an hour on the Back Road to Andersen Air Force Base - Route 15 More >>
  • Oversight held for Rev & Tax

    Oversight held for Rev & Tax

    Senators held an oversight hearing with the Department of Revenue & Taxation to talk about a variety of issues from collection to compliance. Director John Camacho was also asked about Section 30 funds. These are the taxes paid by federal civilian and milMore >>
    Senators held an oversight hearing with the Department of Revenue & Taxation to talk about a variety of issues from collection to compliance. Director John Camacho was also asked about Section 30 funds. These are the taxes paid by federal civilian and milMore >>
  • Recent weather did affect tourism numbers, says GVB

    Recent weather did affect tourism numbers, says GVB

    The latest tourism numbers have been reported. More than 131,000 people visited Guam's shores last month - ranking it second in July arrivals for our island. The highest visitor arrivals for the month were recorded just last year at about a thousand more More >>
    The latest tourism numbers have been reported. More than 131,000 people visited Guam's shores last month - ranking it second in July arrivals for our island. The highest visitor arrivals for the month were recorded just last year at about a thousand more More >>
  • Six people, including a minor, arrested for burglary and assault

    Six people, including a minor, arrested for burglary and assault

    Six people have been placed under arrest in connection to an apparent attack and robbery in Tamuning. Kiffy Kreo, Rodman Machuo, Ronat Chutaro and KR Kiosy each face multiple charges of burglary, robbery, theft, and aggravated assault. Ternes Sandy NowellMore >>
    Six people have been placed under arrest in connection to an apparent attack and robbery in Tamuning. Kiffy Kreo, Rodman Machuo, Ronat Chutaro and KR Kiosy each face multiple charges of burglary, robbery, theft, and aggravated assault. Ternes Sandy NowellMore >>
  • Adult Day Care Center up and running

    Adult Day Care Center up and running

    The Adult Day Care Center is now up and running. Mayors Council of Guam Executive Director Angel Sablan says senior care will continue on Monday August 20th. As reported, seniors were forced to move to Agana Heights or the Dementia Center due to a malfuncMore >>
    The Adult Day Care Center is now up and running. Mayors Council of Guam Executive Director Angel Sablan says senior care will continue on Monday August 20th. As reported, seniors were forced to move to Agana Heights or the Dementia Center due to a malfuncMore >>
  • Federal funding on the way to aide public health on Guam

    Federal funding on the way to aide public health on Guam

    Guam's public health is getting a boost in federal dollars. Congresswoman Bordallo made the announcement that in total over $56,000 in federal grants was awarded to Guam's Department of Public Health and Social Services. The U.S. Department of Health and More >>
    Guam's public health is getting a boost in federal dollars. Congresswoman Bordallo made the announcement that in total over $56,000 in federal grants was awarded to Guam's Department of Public Health and Social Services. The U.S. Department of Health and More >>
  • Adelup says it found flaws with budget bill

    Adelup says it found flaws with budget bill

    The Governor's Office is finding more issues with the Fiscal Year 2019 budget bill. Adelup says the legislature is wrong if it thinks it gave the hospital $30 million more in additional funding to make up for its annual shortfall. Budget director Lester CMore >>
    The Governor's Office is finding more issues with the Fiscal Year 2019 budget bill. Adelup says the legislature is wrong if it thinks it gave the hospital $30 million more in additional funding to make up for its annual shortfall. Budget director Lester CMore >>
  • More rain expected through next week

    More rain expected through next week

    We've been feeling much of the effects with the wet weather in recent days. The Guam National Weather Service reporting Tropical Storm Soulik is now moving away from our region. It's well North West of the Marianas. But, we could be seeing more of the samMore >>
    We've been feeling much of the effects with the wet weather in recent days. The Guam National Weather Service reporting Tropical Storm Soulik is now moving away from our region. It's well North West of the Marianas. But, we could be seeing more of the samMore >>
  • Guam among those requesting loans from USEPA for water infrastructure

    Guam among those requesting loans from USEPA for water infrastructure

    The USEPA received more than $9.1 billion in collective loan requests for 2018 Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Program funding. EPA received the requests from prospective borrowers located in 24 states, Washington DC, and Guam for a wide vMore >>
    The USEPA received more than $9.1 billion in collective loan requests for 2018 Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Program funding. EPA received the requests from prospective borrowers located in 24 states, Washington DC, and Guam for a wide vMore >>
  • Hawaiian Rock Products gets military contract

    Hawaiian Rock Products gets military contract

    A local construction company is awarded a max $90 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for airfield paving construction services at various military locations on Guam. Hawaiian Rock Products receiving the contract for the construction,More >>
    A local construction company is awarded a max $90 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for airfield paving construction services at various military locations on Guam. Hawaiian Rock Products receiving the contract for the construction,More >>
  • Governor Calvo wants progress on Eric Palacios' nomination

    Governor Calvo wants progress on Eric Palacios' nomination

    The Governor is going to the public safety oversight Vice Chair, hoping to get her to move on the nomination of Eric Palacios as the director of Guam Customs and Quarantine. In a letter to Vice Speaker Therese Terlaje, Calvo states in part, "I call upon yMore >>
    The Governor is going to the public safety oversight Vice Chair, hoping to get her to move on the nomination of Eric Palacios as the director of Guam Customs and Quarantine. In a letter to Vice Speaker Therese Terlaje, Calvo states in part, "I call upon yMore >>
  • Group graduates from prison's substance abuse program

    Group graduates from prison's substance abuse program

    Drugs and alcohol abuse are undoubtedly problems plaguing our community. For this group of men, it was drugs and alcohol that landed them in jail. With the right guidance, however, they've learned to live a productive, sober life. Rickey McIntosh has beenMore >>
    Drugs and alcohol abuse are undoubtedly problems plaguing our community. For this group of men, it was drugs and alcohol that landed them in jail. With the right guidance, however, they've learned to live a productive, sober life. Rickey McIntosh has beenMore >>
  • Counselors helping FD students cope with the loss of a fellow Friar

    Counselors helping FD students cope with the loss of a fellow Friar

    It's a story that's shaken the community. Earlier this week - just days into the new school year - the Home of the Friars lost one of their beloved brothers, Xavier Akima. The 15-year-old was found dead, days after he was separated from his hiking group oMore >>
    It's a story that's shaken the community. Earlier this week - just days into the new school year - the Home of the Friars lost one of their beloved brothers, Xavier Akima. The 15-year-old was found dead, days after he was separated from his hiking group oMore >>
  • DOC intercepts contraband being thrown over prison fence

    DOC intercepts contraband being thrown over prison fence

    Drugs and sharp blades - potential weapons - and more is what officers were able to intercept after it was apparently thrown over the fence here near the general population unit. DOC officers getting to it first before it ended up in the hands of an inmatMore >>
    Drugs and sharp blades - potential weapons - and more is what officers were able to intercept after it was apparently thrown over the fence here near the general population unit. DOC officers getting to it first before it ended up in the hands of an inmatMore >>
  • Leases in limbo?

    Leases in limbo?

    Emotions ran high at the Chamorro Land Trust Commission as several people appeared before commissioners, wanting answers about their leases that could be voided as a result of a May opinion issued by the Office of the Attorney General. More than two dozenMore >>
    Emotions ran high at the Chamorro Land Trust Commission as several people appeared before commissioners, wanting answers about their leases that could be voided as a result of a May opinion issued by the Office of the Attorney General. More than two dozenMore >>
  • EPA says they'll publish all documents online

    EPA says they'll publish all documents online

    "We had no intention in not being transparent" - this according to Guam Environmental Protection Agency Director Walter Leon Guerrero at a GEPA meeting late today. The agency recently responded to KUAM's FOIA request for documents pertaining to copious amMore >>
    "We had no intention in not being transparent" - this according to Guam Environmental Protection Agency Director Walter Leon Guerrero at a GEPA meeting late today. The agency recently responded to KUAM's FOIA request for documents pertaining to copious amMore >>
  • Store owner helps man held at knifepoint

    Store owner helps man held at knifepoint

    It was a scary moment for a man on his way to get breakfast at a Harmon store. Court documents state the victim in this case had encountered Paul Nisarafach just moments prior on the road. The victim reported Nisarafach was driving slow, so he overtook anMore >>
    It was a scary moment for a man on his way to get breakfast at a Harmon store. Court documents state the victim in this case had encountered Paul Nisarafach just moments prior on the road. The victim reported Nisarafach was driving slow, so he overtook anMore >>
  • Public auditor candidates lay out visions

    Public auditor candidates lay out visions

    The three candidates for Public Auditor appeared at a forum hosted by the Rotary Club. Outgoing Speaker Benjamin J. Cruz, Acting Public Auditor Yuka Hechanova and Dr. Doreen Crisostomo each gave an introduction, sharing their background and credentials. TMore >>
    The three candidates for Public Auditor appeared at a forum hosted by the Rotary Club. Outgoing Speaker Benjamin J. Cruz, Acting Public Auditor Yuka Hechanova and Dr. Doreen Crisostomo each gave an introduction, sharing their background and credentials. TMore >>
  • Gun found in elementary school student's bag

    Gun found in elementary school student's bag

    It was a scary moment at a local elementary school today, as an elementary student was carrying more than just books on the first week of school. Officials found a gun in his school bag. According to DOE Spokesperson Isa Baza, A bag search was done at MacMore >>
    It was a scary moment at a local elementary school today, as an elementary student was carrying more than just books on the first week of school. Officials found a gun in his school bag. According to DOE Spokesperson Isa Baza, A bag search was done at MacMore >>
  • Will Guam's private sector lag behind buildup boom?

    Will Guam's private sector lag behind buildup boom?

    The number of H2B workers for military projects is on the rise, but for civilian construction the approval rate remains at zero. Officials worry that while the buildup ramps up, the private sector will lag further and further behind. And that could be a dMore >>
    The number of H2B workers for military projects is on the rise, but for civilian construction the approval rate remains at zero. Officials worry that while the buildup ramps up, the private sector will lag further and further behind. And that could be a dMore >>
  • Guam Football Association hosts referee camp

    Guam Football Association hosts referee camp

    The Guam Football Association Referee Camp was held earlier this month at the Leo Palace Resort. Dozens of referees participated in the annual camp which was held in preparation for the Fall season of the Triple J Auto Group Robbie Webber Youth League, whMore >>
    The Guam Football Association Referee Camp was held earlier this month at the Leo Palace Resort. Dozens of referees participated in the annual camp which was held in preparation for the Fall season of the Triple J Auto Group Robbie Webber Youth League, whMore >>
  • Complaints lead to shut down of New Choi Restaurant in Upper Tumon

    Complaints lead to shut down of New Choi Restaurant in Upper Tumon

    Public Health shuts down New Choi Restaurant in Upper Tumon. Inspectors were responding to a complaint of live roaches, insects, and a complaint of a child getting sick. Though unable to verify that complaint, the restaurant received 58 demerits and a "D"More >>
    Public Health shuts down New Choi Restaurant in Upper Tumon. Inspectors were responding to a complaint of live roaches, insects, and a complaint of a child getting sick. Though unable to verify that complaint, the restaurant received 58 demerits and a "D"More >>
  • Lou and Josh spend $1 million

    Lou and Josh spend $1 million

    Courtesy: http://www.louandjosh2018.com/Courtesy: http://www.louandjosh2018.com/
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    Early campaign finance filings show the Democratic gubernatorial team of Lou Leon Guerrero and Josh Tenorio has spent over $1 million on campaigning, according to the team’s Primary Election preliminary campaign finance report. The Lou and Josh teamMore >>
    Early campaign finance filings show the Democratic gubernatorial team of Lou Leon Guerrero and Josh Tenorio has spent over $1 million on campaigning, according to the team’s Primary Election preliminary campaign finance report. The Lou and Josh teamMore >>
  • Longtime GPD officer faces criminal charges

    Longtime GPD officer faces criminal charges

    A longtime police officer is placed under arrest accused of drunk driving before crashing into another car. That officer we learned was in an unmarked police unit. And that July 4 crash resulted in four people in the other car being injured - three of theMore >>
    A longtime police officer is placed under arrest accused of drunk driving before crashing into another car. That officer we learned was in an unmarked police unit. And that July 4 crash resulted in four people in the other car being injured - three of theMore >>
  • Gubernatorial candidates face-off at GRMC healthcare forum

    Gubernatorial candidates face-off at GRMC healthcare forum

    This year's gubernatorial candidates faced off again in another forum, this time sponsored by GRMC. Healthcare was the focus, but the questions also covered a number of other topics. Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. said, "It doesn't matter if this is a private hospMore >>
    This year's gubernatorial candidates faced off again in another forum, this time sponsored by GRMC. Healthcare was the focus, but the questions also covered a number of other topics. Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. said, "It doesn't matter if this is a private hospMore >>
  • Weekend bone marrow drive seeks to save teen girl's life

    Weekend bone marrow drive seeks to save teen girl's life

    We first brought you the story of Imani, who is fighting against a rare blood disease, praying to find a match at this weekend's bone marrow drive. The process is said to be an easy one...all in an effort to save her life. It was Imani's Make-a-Wish to viMore >>
    We first brought you the story of Imani, who is fighting against a rare blood disease, praying to find a match at this weekend's bone marrow drive. The process is said to be an easy one...all in an effort to save her life. It was Imani's Make-a-Wish to viMore >>
  • Seniors forced out of Macheche Community Center

    Seniors forced out of Macheche Community Center

    Nearly one month has gone by and the lack of repairs to a clogged pipe is forcing senior citizens out of the Macheche Community Center in Dededo, just days after Department of Public Health announced there were no takers willing to pick up services for thMore >>
    Nearly one month has gone by and the lack of repairs to a clogged pipe is forcing senior citizens out of the Macheche Community Center in Dededo, just days after Department of Public Health announced there were no takers willing to pick up services for thMore >>
  • 45-year-old charged with stealing food truck

    45-year-old charged with stealing food truck

    A 45 year old man is behind bars charged with stealing a food truck. Anthony Peter Perez said he was only helping his nephew when he was confronted by police. The trailer reportedly belonged to a Mangilao family, but was located in Dededo. The truck is vaMore >>
    A 45 year old man is behind bars charged with stealing a food truck. Anthony Peter Perez said he was only helping his nephew when he was confronted by police. The trailer reportedly belonged to a Mangilao family, but was located in Dededo. The truck is vaMore >>
  • Regional monsoon weather won't directly affect Guam

    Bad regional weather won't directly affect Guam

    Get your umbrellas and rain gear out. A tropical disturbance south of Guam and moving west will leave us wet the rest of the week. National Weather Service Meteorologist Landon Aydlett said, "So the good news is it's not going to directly affect Guam andMore >>
    Get your umbrellas and rain gear out. A tropical disturbance south of Guam and moving west will leave us wet the rest of the week. National Weather Service Meteorologist Landon Aydlett said, "So the good news is it's not going to directly affect Guam and More >>
  • School aide catches Sanchez student smoking marijuana

    School aide catches Sanchez student smoking marijuana

    Caught breaking the rules, and at the very beginning of the first day of school. A drug investigation was reported at Simon Sanchez High School on Tuesday morning. Guam DOE spokesperson Isa Baza says a school aide caught a student smoking marijuana beforeMore >>
    Caught breaking the rules, and at the very beginning of the first day of school. A drug investigation was reported at Simon Sanchez High School on Tuesday morning. Guam DOE spokesperson Isa Baza says a school aide caught a student smoking marijuana beforeMore >>
  • New Guam and CNMI quarter designs depict national parks

    New Guam and CNMI quarter designs depict national parks

    New quarter designs for Guam and the CNMI depicting national parks have been revealed. The designs are part of the America the Beautiful Quarters Program, unveiled by the U.S. Mint this week at the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money iMore >>
    New quarter designs for Guam and the CNMI depicting national parks have been revealed. The designs are part of the America the Beautiful Quarters Program, unveiled by the U.S. Mint this week at the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money iMore >>
  • New bill seeks legalization of home cultivation of medicinal marijuana

    New bill seeks legalization of home cultivation of medicinal marijuana

    It's been five years since the referendum that legalized medicinal marijuana here. But there is growing frustration over the failure to fully implement the law, and that's lead to the introduction of a new bill to legalize home cultivation. Senators heldMore >>
    It's been five years since the referendum that legalized medicinal marijuana here. But there is growing frustration over the failure to fully implement the law, and that's lead to the introduction of a new bill to legalize home cultivation. Senators held More >>
  • Auditions extended for Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra

    Auditions extended for Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra

    Auditions for the newly established Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra's inaugural season has been extended to Sept. 7. Nearly 60 musicians from Guam and Saipan auditioned in May during the initial call out. The orchestra would like to invite those who have newlyMore >>
    Auditions for the newly established Tumon Bay Youth Orchestra's inaugural season has been extended to Sept. 7. Nearly 60 musicians from Guam and Saipan auditioned in May during the initial call out. The orchestra would like to invite those who have newly More >>
  • GEC expects rush of 11th-hour voter registrants

    GEC expects rush of 11th-hour voter registrants

    The last day to register to vote for the Primary Election is today. The Guam Election Commission is expecting a rush of people registering to vote today at their office in a Hagatna. The GEC will be accepting voter registration until 8pm today. According More >>
    The last day to register to vote for the Primary Election is today. The Guam Election Commission is expecting a rush of people registering to vote today at their office in a Hagatna. The GEC will be accepting voter registration until 8pm today. According More >>
  • Globe passes Re-inspection

    Globe passes Re-inspection

    Courtesy: Guam Visitors BureauCourtesy: Guam Visitors Bureau
    Courtesy: Guam Visitors BureauCourtesy: Guam Visitors Bureau
    The Globe night club at the Sandcastle, Tumon was re-inspected by Public Health Tuesday afternoon and passed. According to inspectors all violations were corrected. The Globe was previously shut down after Health officials found an active roach infestatioMore >>
    The Globe night club at the Sandcastle, Tumon was re-inspected by Public Health Tuesday afternoon and passed. According to inspectors all violations were corrected. The Globe was previously shut down after Health officials found an active roach infestatioMore >>
  • Get all your election news online & interactively from KUAM

    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 2More >>
    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 2More >>
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  • Female files complaint against deceased priest

    Female files complaint against deceased priest

    Another clergy sexual abuse lawsuit is filed in the District Court of Guam. According to the federal complaint, J.E.L. alleges she was sexually molested by deceased Capuchin priest, Father John "Jack" Niland who was assigned to the Agat parish. J.E.L. doeMore >>
    Another clergy sexual abuse lawsuit is filed in the District Court of Guam. According to the federal complaint, J.E.L. alleges she was sexually molested by deceased Capuchin priest, Father John "Jack" Niland who was assigned to the Agat parish. J.E.L. doeMore >>
  • Governor declares state of emergency after flooding

    Governor declares state of emergency after flooding

    Governor Eddie Calvo has declared a “State of Emergency” for Guam as a result of flooding that has left roads and bridges impassible and island residents homeless. The Governor has activated the Guam National Guard to assist the Department of More >>
    Governor Eddie Calvo has declared a “State of Emergency” for Guam as a result of flooding that has left roads and bridges impassible and island residents homeless. The Governor has activated the Guam National Guard to assist the Department of More >>
  • Audit questions $50,000 in undeposited bus fairs

    Audit questions $50,000 in undeposited bus fairs

    An audit of the Guam Regional Transit Authority non–appropriated funds is questioning over $50,000 in undeposited bus fares. According to the report, GRTA has no accounting system of the funds, and lacks basic controls to "address typical risks to cMore >>
    An audit of the Guam Regional Transit Authority non–appropriated funds is questioning over $50,000 in undeposited bus fares. According to the report, GRTA has no accounting system of the funds, and lacks basic controls to "address typical risks to cMore >>
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