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  • Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

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    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

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  • Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

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    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

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  • Linda Aguon wants live fire training range paused

    Linda Aguon wants live fire training range paused

    Guam's State Historic Preservation Officer is now officially seeking a pause to the controversial live fire training range complex at Northwest Field. She sent a letter to a federal advisory council, which has the power to bring the project to an immediate halt. 

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    Guam's State Historic Preservation Officer is now officially seeking a pause to the controversial live fire training range complex at Northwest Field. She sent a letter to a federal advisory council, which has the power to bring the project to an immediate halt. 

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  • Lawmakers adopt resolution putting pause on plans for Litekyan firing range

    Lawmakers adopt resolution putting pause on plans for Litekyan firing range

    Prutehi Litekyan may have proved themselves victorious in their cause - after a resolution calling for a pause on the proposed military firing range at Ritidian-Litekyan passed on session floor this afternoon.

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    Prutehi Litekyan may have proved themselves victorious in their cause - after a resolution calling for a pause on the proposed military firing range at Ritidian-Litekyan passed on session floor this afternoon.

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  • Customs shares plans to thwart drugs, cyber crime

    Customs shares plans to thwart drugs, cyber crime

    The fight against drug trafficking and cyber crimes is all too common for Guam Customs officers. One of the agency's leaders went before several in the business community today to discuss the problem and their efforts to put a stop to it.

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    The fight against drug trafficking and cyber crimes is all too common for Guam Customs officers. One of the agency's leaders went before several in the business community today to discuss the problem and their efforts to put a stop to it.

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  • Council questions whether charter school is operating outside the law

    Council questions whether charter school is operating outside the law

    The Guam Charter Schools Council will be seeking the advice of the attorney general after questions were raised over whether one school is in compliance with local law.

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    The Guam Charter Schools Council will be seeking the advice of the attorney general after questions were raised over whether one school is in compliance with local law.

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  • Guam stays prepared with tensions high between US, North Korea

    Guam stays prepared with tensions high between US, North Korea

    With geopolitical tensions high between the United States and North Korea, things remain on Guam business as usual. And homeland security advisor George Charfauros remains confident that any North Korean attack can and will be rebuffed by a multi-layered defense system, saying, "Whether or not North Korea sends missiles our way or not, we are prepared."

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    With geopolitical tensions high between the United States and North Korea, things remain on Guam business as usual. And homeland security advisor George Charfauros remains confident that any North Korean attack can and will be rebuffed by a multi-layered defense system, saying, "Whether or not North Korea sends missiles our way or not, we are prepared."

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  • Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

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    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

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  • Electrical fire forced plane's emergency landing

    Electrical fire forced plane's emergency landing

    An electrical fire is to blame for the emergency landing of the plane late Monday afternoon. Airport spokeswoman Rolenda Faasuamalie says the Cessna 172 operated by Sky Guam aviation was removed around 8:00 am today. The pilot and two passengers managed to walk away from the plane, which landed in a grassy area short of the runway. The FAA and NTSB are following up. Sky Guam operates sightseeing tours. So far no comment from the company.More >>
    An electrical fire is to blame for the emergency landing of the plane late Monday afternoon. Airport spokeswoman Rolenda Faasuamalie says the Cessna 172 operated by Sky Guam aviation was removed around 8:00 am today. The pilot and two passengers managed to walk away from the plane, which landed in a grassy area short of the runway. The FAA and NTSB are following up. Sky Guam operates sightseeing tours. So far no comment from the company.More >>
  • Group arrested for drugs

    Group arrested for drugs

    Suspicious drug activity reported in Sinajana led to three people being placed under arrest.Joelynn Marie Reyes, 35, of Sinajana  is charged with Illegal Possession of a Scheduled II Controlled Substance, Illegal Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance with intent to Deliver and Drug Free School Zone. 

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    Suspicious drug activity reported in Sinajana led to three people being placed under arrest.Joelynn Marie Reyes, 35, of Sinajana  is charged with Illegal Possession of a Scheduled II Controlled Substance, Illegal Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance with intent to Deliver and Drug Free School Zone.

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  • Harold Cruz talks about what happened during peaceful protest

    Harold Cruz talks about what happened during peaceful protest

    It may be business as usual up at the gates at Andersen Air Force Base, but the same can't be said for this past Saturday. For nearly an hour traffic was blocked by protesters from the group Prutehi Litekyan, resulting in the arrest of one - the chief of staff of a local senator.

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    It may be business as usual up at the gates at Andersen Air Force Base, but the same can't be said for this past Saturday. For nearly an hour traffic was blocked by protesters from the group Prutehi Litekyan, resulting in the arrest of one - the chief of staff of a local senator.

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  • Adult day care, case management and in-home services extended

    Adult day care, case management and in-home services extended

    Adult day care, case management and in-home services for the island’s man'amko will continue uninterrupted through the end of the year. 

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    Adult day care, case management and in-home services for the island’s man'amko will continue uninterrupted through the end of the year. 

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  • Aircraft in incident belongs to Sky Guam Aviation

    Aircraft in incident belongs to Sky Guam Aviation

    There were three passengers - all were conscious - and were transported by ambulance to the hospital for observation. 

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    There were three passengers - all were conscious - and were transported by ambulance to the hospital for observation. 

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  • Cessna plane crashes at Guam airport

    Cessna plane crashes at Guam airport

    A small plane, identified as a Cessna 172 aircraft, skidded on the runway while landing at the Guam International Airport late Monday afternoon. A witness at the scene said he saw three people get off the plane and walk away. 

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    A small plane, identified as a Cessna 172 aircraft, skidded on the runway while landing at the Guam International Airport late Monday afternoon. A witness at the scene said he saw three people get off the plane and walk away. 

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  • Download Sabrina's playlist for the Koko Road Race

    Download Sabrina's playlist for the Koko Road Race

    It's that time of the year again, when thousands prepare to lace up for the Guam Koko Road Race. Over the next several weeks we'll have tips and useful information to get you race ready. 

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    It's that time of the year again, when thousands prepare to lace up for the Guam Koko Road Race. Over the next several weeks we'll have tips and useful information to get you race ready. 

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  • Justice Robert Torres named president-elect of American Judges Association

    Justice Robert Torres named president-elect of American Judges Association

    Supreme Court of Guam Associate Justice Robert Torres is now the president-elect of the American Judges Association, North America's largest such group.  He is the first judge from a U.S. territory to be elected to the top post.

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    Supreme Court of Guam Associate Justice Robert Torres is now the president-elect of the American Judges Association, North America's largest such group.  He is the first judge from a U.S. territory to be elected to the top post.

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  • GMH will address accrediting agency findings

    GMH will address accrediting agency findings

    Guam's only public hospital is working to implement corrective action plans after a recent survey by the Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services led to several findings. 

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    Guam's only public hospital is working to implement corrective action plans after a recent survey by the Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services led to several findings. 

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  • Another clergy sex abuse case filed in federal court

    Another clergy sex abuse case filed in federal court

    Another clergy sex abuse case has been filed in the District Court of Guam. 62-year-old R.A.J. alleges he was sexually molested by now deceased, father Ziolo Camacho.

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    Another clergy sex abuse case has been filed in the District Court of Guam. 62-year-old R.A.J. alleges he was sexually molested by now deceased, father Ziolo Camacho.

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  • Changes in place at DOC Corrections to stop contraband smuggling

    Changes in place at DOC Corrections to stop contraband smuggling

    Modified times for searches. DepCor today starting the first of several changes recently announced to fight contraband. First up - prison vendor inspections happening further inside the compound. 

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    Modified times for searches. DepCor today starting the first of several changes recently announced to fight contraband. First up - prison vendor inspections happening further inside the compound. 

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  • 21-year-old caught stealing from Kmart

    21-year-old caught stealing from Kmart

    A man who allegedly tried to steal watches and electronics from K-Mart on Friday is under arrest 21 year old Javon Dewitt Scales is charged with retail theft as a 3rd degree felony.

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    A man who allegedly tried to steal watches and electronics from K-Mart on Friday is under arrest 21 year old Javon Dewitt Scales is charged with retail theft as a 3rd degree felony.

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  • Child Protective Services called after curious robbery

    Child Protective Services called after curious robbery

    21-year-old caught stealing from Kmart A man who allegedly tried to steal watches and electronics from K-Mart on Friday is under arrest 21 year old Javon Dewitt Scales is charged with retail theft as a 3rd degree felony. Court documents state a man was seen on the store's video surveillance loading the items into a cart before heading for the exit. He allegedly took a television, a home entertainment sound bar and several watches all priced at more than $600. The suspect was stopp...More >>
    21-year-old caught stealing from Kmart A man who allegedly tried to steal watches and electronics from K-Mart on Friday is under arrest 21 year old Javon Dewitt Scales is charged with retail theft as a 3rd degree felony. Court documents state a man was seen on the store's video surveillance loading the items into a cart before heading for the exit. He allegedly took a television, a home entertainment sound bar and several watches all priced at more than $600. The suspect was stopp...More >>
  • Eric Santos found not guilty of Tumon bar fight

    Eric Santos found not guilty of Tumon bar fight

    He was acting in self-defense. Last week, jurors returned with a not guilty verdict against Eric S.N. Santos. Two years ago, Santos was arrested after a Tumon bar fight.

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    He was acting in self-defense. Last week, jurors returned with a not guilty verdict against Eric S.N. Santos. Two years ago, Santos was arrested after a Tumon bar fight.

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  • Choice Broadcasting launches HD radio service

    Choice Broadcasting launches HD radio service

    Our partners at Choice Broadcasting announced today they successfully conducted the island's first-ever broadcasts of HD radio on their station BOSS 104.

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    Our partners at Choice Broadcasting announced today they successfully conducted the island's first-ever broadcasts of HD radio on their station BOSS 104.

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  • Guam Guard investigating Esteves after protest

    Guam Guard investigating Esteves after protest

    Senator Fernando Esteves is under investigation by the Guam National Guard for his alleged role in blocking the road near Andersen Air Force Base this past weekend. Esteves is a sergeant and a medic assigned to the headquarters company of the 1st-294th regiment. 

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    Senator Fernando Esteves is under investigation by the Guam National Guard for his alleged role in blocking the road near Andersen Air Force Base this past weekend. Esteves is a sergeant and a medic assigned to the headquarters company of the 1st-294th regiment. 

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  • Nearby gunshots force lockdown at Okkoho High

    Nearby gunshots force lockdown at Okkoho High

    Students at Okkodo High School were on lockdown this morning after 5 gunshots were heard approximately half a mile from campus.

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    Students at Okkodo High School were on lockdown this morning after 5 gunshots were heard approximately half a mile from campus.

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  • Northern Pool closing for maintenance, repairs

    Northern Pool closing for maintenance, repairs

    The Department of Parks & Recreation will be performing maintenance work at Guam’s Northern Pool in Dededo. The work includes repairs to the mechanical equipment operating the pool, as well as checking for leaks in the pool, and regular maintenance.   This work is necessary to maintaining the equipment needed to ensure the safety and health of our swimmers and maximize the life of the pool.  The pool will be shut down on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, for initial a...More >>
    The Department of Parks & Recreation will be performing maintenance work at Guam’s Northern Pool in Dededo. The work includes repairs to the mechanical equipment operating the pool, as well as checking for leaks in the pool, and regular maintenance.   This work is necessary to maintaining the equipment needed to ensure the safety and health of our swimmers and maximize the life of the pool.  The pool will be shut down on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, for initial a...More >>
  • Parents urged to verify if babies were TB contacts at hospital

    Parents urged to verify if babies were TB contacts at hospital

    The response effort following an active case of tuberculosis discovered at the Guam Memorial Hospital nursery last month is continuing at the Department of Public Health.

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    The response effort following an active case of tuberculosis discovered at the Guam Memorial Hospital nursery last month is continuing at the Department of Public Health.

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  • Senator's chief of staff arrested after protest outside Andersen AFB

    Senator's chief of staff arrested after protest outside Andersen AFB

    Dozens of Prutehi Litekyan protesters stood in solidarity outside the gates of Andersen Air Force Base for several hours this afternoon - some creating a human chain preventing vehicles from leaving the base.

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    Dozens of Prutehi Litekyan protesters stood in solidarity outside the gates of Andersen Air Force Base for several hours this afternoon - some creating a human chain preventing vehicles from leaving the base.

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  • Visiting delegate urges resolution to firing range issue

    Visiting delegate urges resolution to firing range issue

    A congressional representative from American Samoa is urging opponents of a controversial firing range at Northwest Field to work out their differences with the military.  Delegate Amata Radewagan says she's met with Defense Department officials on the controversy and is supportive of their efforts.

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    A congressional representative from American Samoa is urging opponents of a controversial firing range at Northwest Field to work out their differences with the military.  Delegate Amata Radewagan says she's met with Defense Department officials on the controversy and is supportive of their efforts.

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  • Distance education being considered to improve island education

    Distance education being considered to improve island education

    With a continual teacher shortage, could distance education bring more qualified instructors into the classrooms? The idea is being considered by the Guam Education Board.

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    With a continual teacher shortage, could distance education bring more qualified instructors into the classrooms? The idea is being considered by the Guam Education Board.

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  • ICANCONNECT delivers accessibility to emergency services

    ICANCONNECT delivers accessibility to emergency services

    Imagine needing to call 911, but not being able to access a cell phone because of the inability to see and hear. That problem has affected thousands of individuals across the nation, leading to a new program in Guam that helps residents access the technology needed to effectively communicate with loved ones and first responders.

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    Imagine needing to call 911, but not being able to access a cell phone because of the inability to see and hear. That problem has affected thousands of individuals across the nation, leading to a new program in Guam that helps residents access the technology needed to effectively communicate with loved ones and first responders.

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  • Settlement for terminated corrections officer approved

    Settlement for terminated corrections officer approved

    It's official: the Civil Service Commission signed-off on the settlement agreement for fired DepCor corrections officer Benjamin Urquizu. He was the only officer fired after the internal affairs investigation was done into the beating of detainee Justin Meno.

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    It's official: the Civil Service Commission signed-off on the settlement agreement for fired DepCor corrections officer Benjamin Urquizu. He was the only officer fired after the internal affairs investigation was done into the beating of detainee Justin Meno.

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  • Dozens testify against firing range at Litekyan

    Dozens testify against firing range at Litekyan

    Passionate words came out of the Guam Congress Building today, as dozens of people filled the public hearing room giving testimony on Bill 228. The measure would stop the construction of a proposed firing range at Litekyan.

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    Passionate words came out of the Guam Congress Building today, as dozens of people filled the public hearing room giving testimony on Bill 228. The measure would stop the construction of a proposed firing range at Litekyan.

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  • Judge wants GHURA board case settled

    Judge wants GHURA board case settled

    Superior Court Judge Anita Sukola wants to settle the case involving seven individuals charged with obstructing the Open Government Law by the end of the year. Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority board members Cecile Suda, David Sablan, Deanne Torre,  John  Ilao, Roland Selvidge, Rosie Ann Blas, as well as current GHURA executive director Michael Duenas are accused of holding secret board meetings. Though parties were scheduled to set a trial date today, there were iss...More >>
    Superior Court Judge Anita Sukola wants to settle the case involving seven individuals charged with obstructing the Open Government Law by the end of the year. Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority board members Cecile Suda, David Sablan, Deanne Torre,  John  Ilao, Roland Selvidge, Rosie Ann Blas, as well as current GHURA executive director Michael Duenas are accused of holding secret board meetings. Though parties were scheduled to set a trial date today, there were iss...More >>
  • Public Health declares Type-A flu epidemic on Guam

    Public Health declares Type-A flu epidemic on Guam

    Have you been feeling under the weather lately? Then you're not alone. Public Health is declaring the onset of a Type-A flu epidemic on Guam.

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    Have you been feeling under the weather lately? Then you're not alone. Public Health is declaring the onset of a Type-A flu epidemic on Guam.

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  • Over 90% of Guam uses power poles

    Over 90% of Guam uses power poles

    The Guam Power Authority launches the annual Public Power Week with a proclamation signing by Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio.  GPA was established in 1969, and General Manager John Benavente says the power company has come a long way, telling KUAM News, "Over 90 percent of the island is now concrete poles and several main parts of the system are underground." "We're owned by the community," he continued. "We're not going anywhere, and we are a lot better off, ...More >>
    The Guam Power Authority launches the annual Public Power Week with a proclamation signing by Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio.  GPA was established in 1969, and General Manager John Benavente says the power company has come a long way, telling KUAM News, "Over 90 percent of the island is now concrete poles and several main parts of the system are underground." "We're owned by the community," he continued. "We're not going anywhere, and we are a lot better off, ...More >>
  • Board wants AG to intervene to get Sanchez built

    Board wants AG to intervene to get Sanchez built

    Education officials are saying enough's enough - board members Thursday agreeing to draft a resolution asking the attorney general to step in after numerous protests have stopped the reconstruction of one of the island's most dilapidated schools.

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    Education officials are saying enough's enough - board members Thursday agreeing to draft a resolution asking the attorney general to step in after numerous protests have stopped the reconstruction of one of the island's most dilapidated schools.

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  • Nelson hosts forum to rid agencies of drugs

    Nelson hosts forum to rid agencies of drugs

    GovGuam is waging a war against drug use in the workplace. Senator Telena Nelson on Friday brought several government agency heads to the table to find out what's being done to stop workers from using and abusing, and what more can be done to get them the help they need.

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    GovGuam is waging a war against drug use in the workplace. Senator Telena Nelson on Friday brought several government agency heads to the table to find out what's being done to stop workers from using and abusing, and what more can be done to get them the help they need.

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  • Education board has tentative settlement for Fernandez

    Education board has tentative settlement for Fernandez

    The Guam Education Board is in receipt of a tentative settlement agreement in the lawsuit filed by superintendent Jon Fernandez against the board last year. However board finance chair Mark Mendiola said the board has yet to vote on the agreement.

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    The Guam Education Board is in receipt of a tentative settlement agreement in the lawsuit filed by superintendent Jon Fernandez against the board last year. However board finance chair Mark Mendiola said the board has yet to vote on the agreement.

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  • Biggest violation at public schools? Dress code.

    Biggest violation at public schools? Dress code.

    The top reported discipline violation for students at Guam public schools in August is dress code violations, making up 46% of all discipline referrals reported throughout the district.

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    The top reported discipline violation for students at Guam public schools in August is dress code violations, making up 46% of all discipline referrals reported throughout the district.

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  • Ethics report on Espaldon not on session agenda

    Ethics report on Espaldon not on session agenda

    While the legislature is expected to return on Monday, one thing is noticeably missing from the agenda: Resolution 294, the Ethics Committee's findings and recommendations for Senator Jim Espaldon.

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    While the legislature is expected to return on Monday, one thing is noticeably missing from the agenda: Resolution 294, the Ethics Committee's findings and recommendations for Senator Jim Espaldon.

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  • Couple spared jail time for death of their infant

    Couple spared jail time for death of their infant

    Not a dry eye in sight. Married couple Shawn Cruz and Victoria Siaotong Cruz were spared any jail time for the death of their 3-month-old baby boy three years ago.

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    Not a dry eye in sight. Married couple Shawn Cruz and Victoria Siaotong Cruz were spared any jail time for the death of their 3-month-old baby boy three years ago.

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  • Solution may be in sight for Guam's H2B foreign labor crisis

    Solution may be in sight for Guam's H2B foreign labor crisis

    The head of a visiting congressional delegation spoke confidently about provisions in a bill, expected to clear Congress soon, that may provide the much-sought after relief for foreign labor. 

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    The head of a visiting congressional delegation spoke confidently about provisions in a bill, expected to clear Congress soon, that may provide the much-sought after relief for foreign labor. 

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  • David Lujan DQ'ed as attorney for Mark Smith

    David Lujan DQ'ed as attorney for Mark Smith

    It's been stop-and-go since day one. And on Friday, the high profile trial against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong comes to a screeching halt - this after the federal court declared a mistrial. 

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    It's been stop-and-go since day one. And on Friday, the high profile trial against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong comes to a screeching halt - this after the federal court declared a mistrial. 

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  • Mistrial declared for Mark Smith-Glenn Wong trial

    Mistrial declared for Mark Smith-Glenn Wong trial

    The federal court renders a mistrial in the case against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong.

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    The federal court renders a mistrial in the case against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong.

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  • Guam lands funding for outdoor recreation projects

    Guam lands funding for outdoor recreation projects

    Guam will be receiving $75,130 for outdoor recreation and conservation projects from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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    Guam will be receiving $75,130 for outdoor recreation and conservation projects from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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  • CHC stops accepting TakeCare patients

    CHC stops accepting TakeCare patients

    Another letter from the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation says they will stop accepting TakeCare Insurance patients effective today.

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    Another letter from the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation says they will stop accepting TakeCare Insurance patients effective today.

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  • GPD cracking down hard on drugs in Talofofo, arrest two

    GPD cracking down hard on drugs in Talofofo, arrest two

    42 year old Justin Reyes Meno and 43 year old Ruthmarie Quitugua Matagolai are charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance, conspiracy to distribute drugs, and illegal possession of the drugs with intent to distribute.

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    42 year old Justin Reyes Meno and 43 year old Ruthmarie Quitugua Matagolai are charged with possession of a schedule II controlled substance, conspiracy to distribute drugs, and illegal possession of the drugs with intent to distribute.

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  • Credibility of witness under fire

    Credibility of witness under fire

    Randall Fulcher's not standing trial...but he's definitely in the hot seat. For the second day in a row, the government's key witness in the Allan Agababa aggravated murder trial took the stand. And this time, his credibility is in question as it appears he's provided inconsistent statements to jurors.

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    Randall Fulcher's not standing trial...but he's definitely in the hot seat. For the second day in a row, the government's key witness in the Allan Agababa aggravated murder trial took the stand. And this time, his credibility is in question as it appears he's provided inconsistent statements to jurors.

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  • Yigo mayor tours Sanchez High

    Yigo mayor tours Sanchez High

    Yigo mayor Rudy Matanane went on a tour of Simon Sanchez High School Wednesday to review the campus facilities in light of the latest procurement protest filed by CoreTech International. Numerous protests have delayed the repair of the campus in the island's northernmost village for several years.

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    Yigo mayor Rudy Matanane went on a tour of Simon Sanchez High School Wednesday to review the campus facilities in light of the latest procurement protest filed by CoreTech International. Numerous protests have delayed the repair of the campus in the island's northernmost village for several years.

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  • Adult Day Care Center may close at end of September

    Adult Day Care Center may close at end of September

    Hundreds of elderly are worried after receiving notice on Wednesday that adult day care services will be suspended at the end of the month. However the Division of Senior Citizens assures the community that work to extend these services is underway.

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    Hundreds of elderly are worried after receiving notice on Wednesday that adult day care services will be suspended at the end of the month. However the Division of Senior Citizens assures the community that work to extend these services is underway.

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  • Bank of Guam hosts annual small business forum

    Bank of Guam hosts annual small business forum

    The Bank of Guam hosts its Second Annual Small Business Forum, designed to help out the up-and-coming entrepreneur.  The various panel discussions featured established business executives dispensing practical advice on common issues they've faced. 

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    The Bank of Guam hosts its Second Annual Small Business Forum, designed to help out the up-and-coming entrepreneur.  The various panel discussions featured established business executives dispensing practical advice on common issues they've faced. 

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  • GHRA addresses impacts of losing Delta's business

    GHRA addresses impacts of losing Delta's business

    The Delta airlines pull-out from the Guam market also affecting the local hotel industry. Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association president Mary Rhodes briefed members on the move during a quarterly meeting Thursday. 

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    The Delta airlines pull-out from the Guam market also affecting the local hotel industry. Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association president Mary Rhodes briefed members on the move during a quarterly meeting Thursday. 

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  • Fired from DOC, Benjamin Urquizu pleads his case to CSC

    Fired from DOC, Benjamin Urquizu pleads his case to CSC

    A fired Department of Corrections officer who was working the day detainee Meno was attacked is back before the Civil Service Commission this evening. Benjamin Urquizu was the only corrections officer terminated following the internal affair investigation into the brutal beating.

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    A fired Department of Corrections officer who was working the day detainee Meno was attacked is back before the Civil Service Commission this evening. Benjamin Urquizu was the only corrections officer terminated following the internal affair investigation into the brutal beating.

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  • Couple arrested for using stolen credit card, drugs

    Couple arrested for using stolen credit card, drugs

    They allegedly used someone else credit card charging more than $660 for a hotel room and room service at the Pacific Star Hotel in Tumon. Now, the pair are under arrest. 32 year old Rosanna Francine Fernandez and 30 year old Eli Charfauros Quintanilla are charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of services both as third degree felonies. Court documents state, Fernandez allegedly used the victim's credit card to have Quintanilla checked in. It was also promised that ...

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    They allegedly used someone else credit card charging more than $660 for a hotel room and room service at the Pacific Star Hotel in Tumon. Now, the pair are under arrest. 32 year old Rosanna Francine Fernandez and 30 year old Eli Charfauros Quintanilla are charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of services both as third degree felonies. Court documents state, Fernandez allegedly used the victim's credit card to have Quintanilla checked in. It was also promised that ...

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  • Justin Meno's death not caused by beating, rules examiner

    Justin Meno's death not caused by beating, rules examiner

    It seems murder charges are off the table for the trio accused in the brutal beating of DepCor detainee Justin Meno.

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    It seems murder charges are off the table for the trio accused in the brutal beating of DepCor detainee Justin Meno.

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  • KUAM Gamechangers: Guam High's Makoa Bamba

    KUAM Gamechangers: Guam High's Makoa Bamba

    The 6’4” senior at Guam High weighs in at 210 pounds – after packing on 25 pounds of muscle in the off-season.

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    The 6’4” senior at Guam High weighs in at 210 pounds – after packing on 25 pounds of muscle in the off-season.

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  • Mistrial likely for Smith-Wong case

    Mistrial likely for Smith-Wong case

    A mistrial is likely in the case against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong.  This according to the court on Thursday morning following lengthy arguments by both parties.  As reported, both the government and defense filed motions for mistrial earlier this week.  At issue is Smith's attorney, David Lujan, and whether Lujan's role as a GHURA attorney and Section 8 landlord should be disclosed to jurors.  Smith is charged with conceali...More >>
    A mistrial is likely in the case against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong.  This according to the court on Thursday morning following lengthy arguments by both parties.  As reported, both the government and defense filed motions for mistrial earlier this week.  At issue is Smith's attorney, David Lujan, and whether Lujan's role as a GHURA attorney and Section 8 landlord should be disclosed to jurors.  Smith is charged with conceali...More >>
  • Islanders giving back by donating to Houston hurricane relief

    Islanders giving back by donating to Houston hurricane relief

    CNMI Representative Edwin Propst says there are many in Houston are from the Commonwealth and Guam and some are part of the Houston Association of Marianas Islands.

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    CNMI Representative Edwin Propst says there are many in Houston are from the Commonwealth and Guam and some are part of the Houston Association of Marianas Islands.

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  • Justin Meno died from tumor in his airway

    Justin Meno died from tumor in his airway

    An autopsy performed on DepCor detainee Justin Meno determined he died from a tumor in his trachea (airway), not from injuries he sustained in a brutal prison beating earlier this year. 

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    An autopsy performed on DepCor detainee Justin Meno determined he died from a tumor in his trachea (airway), not from injuries he sustained in a brutal prison beating earlier this year. 

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  • Two arrested for drugs

    Two arrested for drugs

    Two people are under arrest following a police investigation that started earlier this month.  Justin Jay Lujan, 43, of Merizo is charged with 2 counts of Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controled Substance and Distribution of a Schedule II Substance. Peter John Chargualaf, 27, is charged for Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Possession of a Schedule II Substance with intent to distribute and Conspiracy to distribute a schedule II controlled substance.  ...More >>
    Two people are under arrest following a police investigation that started earlier this month.  Justin Jay Lujan, 43, of Merizo is charged with 2 counts of Illegal Possession of a Schedule II Controled Substance and Distribution of a Schedule II Substance. Peter John Chargualaf, 27, is charged for Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, Possession of a Schedule II Substance with intent to distribute and Conspiracy to distribute a schedule II controlled substance.  ...More >>
  • Ethics committee's finding could leave Espaldon's political future in question

    Ethics committee's finding could leave Espaldon's political future in question

    After an ethics committee found that Legislative Minority Leader Jim Espaldon was in violation when involved in dealings up in the CNMI, the veteran senator has continuously declined to be interviewed about the findings.

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    After an ethics committee found that Legislative Minority Leader Jim Espaldon was in violation when involved in dealings up in the CNMI, the veteran senator has continuously declined to be interviewed about the findings.

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  • Stakeholders frustrated over Sanchez stymie

    Stakeholders frustrated over Sanchez stymie

    Another protest in the efforts to rebuild Simon Sanchez High School has many stakeholders frustrated and wondering what needs to happen next.

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    Another protest in the efforts to rebuild Simon Sanchez High School has many stakeholders frustrated and wondering what needs to happen next.

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  • Another $10M suit filed against priest Brouillard

    Another $10M suit filed against priest Brouillard

    The clergy sex abuse lawsuits keep on coming. 66-year-old M.S.B. alleges he was sexually molested by Father Louis Brouillard as an altar boy and Boy Scout.

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    The clergy sex abuse lawsuits keep on coming. 66-year-old M.S.B. alleges he was sexually molested by Father Louis Brouillard as an altar boy and Boy Scout.

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  • Fourth instance of contraband as suspected drugs found on inmate

    Fourth instance of contraband as suspected drugs found on inmate

    Department of Corrections inmate Peter John Salas Gines was caught with drug paraphernalia that had suspected burnt crystal meth residue. It was found in the groin area of his pants.

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    Department of Corrections inmate Peter John Salas Gines was caught with drug paraphernalia that had suspected burnt crystal meth residue. It was found in the groin area of his pants.

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  • Friend testifies that Agababa wanted gun and evidence destroyed

    Friend testifies that Agababa wanted gun and evidence destroyed

    More details were revealed about Allan Agababa's alleged plot to kill his mother to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in death benefits. On the stand, Agababa's friend, Randall Fulcher, tells all - that Agababa came to him not only to solicit for a gun, but also to destroy the evidence.

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    More details were revealed about Allan Agababa's alleged plot to kill his mother to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in death benefits. On the stand, Agababa's friend, Randall Fulcher, tells all - that Agababa came to him not only to solicit for a gun, but also to destroy the evidence.

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  • Nelson plans oversight with DOC after third contraband incident

    Nelson plans oversight with DOC after third contraband incident

    It's not one...not two...but it's now three times in recent weeks he's caught with contraband inside his maximum security cell. Inmate Bruno Simmons again found with a variety of contraband items including a razor blade and empty straws containing white residue believed to be the drug, ICE.

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    It's not one...not two...but it's now three times in recent weeks he's caught with contraband inside his maximum security cell. Inmate Bruno Simmons again found with a variety of contraband items including a razor blade and empty straws containing white residue believed to be the drug, ICE.

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  • Calvo: if changes don't happen soon, "buildup not gonna happen"

    Calvo: if changes don't happen soon, "buildup not gonna happen"

    The Governor is back from Washington without a firm commitment to resolve the H-2n crisis. But he remains confident that the critical issue will be resolved soon enough, or else the military buildup will not happen.

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    The Governor is back from Washington without a firm commitment to resolve the H-2n crisis. But he remains confident that the critical issue will be resolved soon enough, or else the military buildup will not happen.

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  • iLearn says it's off to good start

    iLearn says it's off to good start

    The island's second charter school - iLearn Academy - had a smooth start to the 2017-2018 school year. Guam Charter Schools Council chairwoman Amanda Blas met with school administrators Wednesday morning. "We got an update about their facilities, their enrollment, how their school year has gone so far and I think it went fairly well," she said. School director of curriculum and instruction Rachel Alquero said student enrollment increased this year to 497 students, noting, &...More >>
    The island's second charter school - iLearn Academy - had a smooth start to the 2017-2018 school year. Guam Charter Schools Council chairwoman Amanda Blas met with school administrators Wednesday morning. "We got an update about their facilities, their enrollment, how their school year has gone so far and I think it went fairly well," she said. School director of curriculum and instruction Rachel Alquero said student enrollment increased this year to 497 students, noting, &...More >>
  • Guam governor responds to Trump's UN speech

    Guam governor responds to Trump's UN speech

    President Donald Trump made his debut Before the United Nations General Assembly. The commander in chief vowed to work with other countries for peace, but threatened to wipe sone nation of the face of the earth. Trump warning that Iran and North Korea must be stopped, and that the US is not afraid to use military force, if necessary. "The United States has great strength and patience but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destro...More >>
    President Donald Trump made his debut Before the United Nations General Assembly. The commander in chief vowed to work with other countries for peace, but threatened to wipe sone nation of the face of the earth. Trump warning that Iran and North Korea must be stopped, and that the US is not afraid to use military force, if necessary. "The United States has great strength and patience but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destro...More >>
  • Freshman class at charter school relocated

    Freshman class at charter school relocated

    Classes may be back in session at the Guahan Academy Charter School middle and high school campus, but principal Terry Cruz says at least one freshman class has been temporarily relocated to the elementary campus down the street. This in part is due to the max load at the secondary campus of 362 students. Cruz says the freshman class was randomly selected to move using a process recommended by the school counselor. She adds the school is working to add additional classroom space and...More >>
    Classes may be back in session at the Guahan Academy Charter School middle and high school campus, but principal Terry Cruz says at least one freshman class has been temporarily relocated to the elementary campus down the street. This in part is due to the max load at the secondary campus of 362 students. Cruz says the freshman class was randomly selected to move using a process recommended by the school counselor. She adds the school is working to add additional classroom space and...More >>
  • SWAT talks barricaded man out of Dededo home

    SWAT talks barricaded man out of Dededo home

    SWAT officers were activated to a report of a man who barricaded himself inside a home in Dededo. After two hours of waiting it out, officers managed to talk the 28-year-old man out of the house without incident. Police spokesperson AJ Balajadia says the man was transported to GMH and then to the Guam Behavioral Wellness Center.More >>
    SWAT officers were activated to a report of a man who barricaded himself inside a home in Dededo. After two hours of waiting it out, officers managed to talk the 28-year-old man out of the house without incident. Police spokesperson AJ Balajadia says the man was transported to GMH and then to the Guam Behavioral Wellness Center.More >>
  • Maximizing your savings with appliances

    Maximizing your savings with appliances

    Whether you're moving, remodeling, or just replacing appliances in your house, there are a few things you should keep in mind when shopping, especially if you are looking to save some money.

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    Whether you're moving, remodeling, or just replacing appliances in your house, there are a few things you should keep in mind when shopping, especially if you are looking to save some money.

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  • GVB holds first Hafa Adai Pledge Kids ceremony

    GVB holds first Hafa Adai Pledge Kids ceremony

    The Guam Visitors Bureau hosted its first ever Hafa Adai Pledge Kids ceremony at the Hagatna Library today. Local pre-school and elementary-aged students, along with kid focused businesses and organizations attended the ceremony.

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    The Guam Visitors Bureau hosted its first ever Hafa Adai Pledge Kids ceremony at the Hagatna Library today. Local pre-school and elementary-aged students, along with kid focused businesses and organizations attended the ceremony.

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  • Prisoners caught with contraband enter not guilty plea

    Prisoners caught with contraband enter not guilty plea

    Two inmates caught with contraband on separate occasions earlier his month pleaded not guilty in Superior Court today.

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    Two inmates caught with contraband on separate occasions earlier his month pleaded not guilty in Superior Court today.

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  • Inmates accused in contraband bust to be arraigned next month

    Inmates accused in contraband bust to be arraigned next month

    Two Department of Corrections inmates accused in an elaborate scheme to smuggle contraband into the prison were scheduled for arraignment today, but will have to wait until next month before they can enter a plea to the charges filed against them.

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    Two Department of Corrections inmates accused in an elaborate scheme to smuggle contraband into the prison were scheduled for arraignment today, but will have to wait until next month before they can enter a plea to the charges filed against them.

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  • Team Guam drops game at Asian Indoor Games

    Team Guam drops game at Asian Indoor Games

    Team Guam dropped their first game to Chinese Taipei at the Asian Indoor Games 3 on 3 tournament in Turkmenistan. Guam lost 13-10 to Chinese Taipei and they look to redeem themselves Thursday when they take on Thailand. 

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    Team Guam dropped their first game to Chinese Taipei at the Asian Indoor Games 3 on 3 tournament in Turkmenistan. Guam lost 13-10 to Chinese Taipei and they look to redeem themselves Thursday when they take on Thailand. 

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  • Motorcyclist killed in Yigo crash identified as Jeremiah Aguon

    Motorcyclist killed in Yigo crash identified as Jeremiah Aguon

    The biker killed in a serious crash in Yigo Monday night has been identified as 19-year-old Jeremiah Aguon.

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    The biker killed in a serious crash in Yigo Monday night has been identified as 19-year-old Jeremiah Aguon.

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  • 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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  • HOT JOB OPENING: KUAM news videographer

    HOT JOB OPENING: KUAM news videographer

    Qualified applicants must possess great visual storytelling abilities, work under pressure and against tight deadlines, and be an outstanding communicator.

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    Qualified applicants must possess great visual storytelling abilities, work under pressure and against tight deadlines, and be an outstanding communicator.

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  • JOIN OUR TEAM: Multimedia Journalist

    JOIN OUR TEAM: Multimedia Journalist

    Are you ready for a challenging and rewarding career with Guam's premiere news team? KUAM is Guam's largest broadcast media group and has an immediate opening for a Multimedia Journalist. 

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    Are you ready for a challenging and rewarding career with Guam's premiere news team? KUAM is Guam's largest broadcast media group and has an immediate opening for a Multimedia Journalist. 

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  • Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

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    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

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  • Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

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    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

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  • Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

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    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

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