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  • Missing crab hunter rescued in Malojloj

    Missing crab hunter rescued in Malojloj

    Today saw a holiday miracle. 42 hours after he was reported missing, local crab hunter Michael Guerrero was found alive and well. His family is relieved after this week's extensive search for him down in Malojloj. Warren San Nicolas joined his family in AMore >>
    Today saw a holiday miracle. 42 hours after he was reported missing, local crab hunter Michael Guerrero was found alive and well. His family is relieved after this week's extensive search for him down in Malojloj. Warren San Nicolas joined his family in AMore >>
  • Naval Base Guam firefighter earns highest paramedic certification

    Naval Base Guam firefighter earns highest paramedic certification

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    One local firefighter with U.S. Naval Base Guam Fire and Emergency Services recently obtained the highest medical qualification an emergency responder can receive and is the first on island to do so. Since 2011, Agat resident and Guam Air National GuardsmMore >>
    One local firefighter with U.S. Naval Base Guam Fire and Emergency Services recently obtained the highest medical qualification an emergency responder can receive and is the first on island to do so. Since 2011, Agat resident and Guam Air National GuardsmMore >>
  • Stray dogs pose serious health hazard for island residents

    Stray dogs pose serious health hazard for island residents

    It's a problem in most villages. Stray dogs are roaming the streets, posing a public health hazard as well as threatening passersby like runners or children walking to and from the bus stop. What can we do to control the numbers? "The bottom line is: it'sMore >>
    It's a problem in most villages. Stray dogs are roaming the streets, posing a public health hazard as well as threatening passersby like runners or children walking to and from the bus stop. What can we do to control the numbers? "The bottom line is: it'sMore >>
  • Santa visits public schools

    Santa visits public schools

    Every year around Christmas time, Santa makes a special visit to Guam's elementary schools. Though he's not carrying a sack of toys, instead he supplies the gift of school necessities. Children were eagerly waiting at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School, fMore >>
    Every year around Christmas time, Santa makes a special visit to Guam's elementary schools. Though he's not carrying a sack of toys, instead he supplies the gift of school necessities. Children were eagerly waiting at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School, fMore >>
  • Residents oppose possible cockfight ban

    Residents oppose possible cockfight ban

    A recent act of Congress isn't sitting well with residents here at home. The Farm Bill bans cockfighting in the 50 states as well as the U.S. territories.Though it's not a done deal yet, locals predict the measure will force the sport to go underground. "More >>
    A recent act of Congress isn't sitting well with residents here at home. The Farm Bill bans cockfighting in the 50 states as well as the U.S. territories.Though it's not a done deal yet, locals predict the measure will force the sport to go underground. "More >>
  • Gov.-elect Leon Guerrero meets with Trump

    Gov.-elect Leon Guerrero meets with Trump

    Governor-elect Lou Leon Guerrero is in the nation's capitol. She wrapped up her meeting with President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, several cabinet secretaries and senior advisors in the White House. Leon Guerrero joined recently elected goverMore >>
    Governor-elect Lou Leon Guerrero is in the nation's capitol. She wrapped up her meeting with President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, several cabinet secretaries and senior advisors in the White House. Leon Guerrero joined recently elected goverMore >>
  • Local agencies monitor nationwide bomb threats

    Local agencies monitor nationwide bomb threats

    Keeping tabs on a nationwide chain of emailed bomb threats, the office of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense along with the Mariana Regional Fusion Center are monitoring and remain vigilant for bomb threats that are going viral in the mainland. AccoMore >>
    Keeping tabs on a nationwide chain of emailed bomb threats, the office of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense along with the Mariana Regional Fusion Center are monitoring and remain vigilant for bomb threats that are going viral in the mainland. AccoMore >>
  • FDA traces romaine E. coli source

    FDA traces romaine E. coli source

    Officials make a major find in the investigation to trace the source of E. coli in Romaine lettuce. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says through an extensive trace-back process, a positive sample for the E. coli strain was found in the sediment of aMore >>
    Officials make a major find in the investigation to trace the source of E. coli in Romaine lettuce. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says through an extensive trace-back process, a positive sample for the E. coli strain was found in the sediment of aMore >>
  • UOG commencement ceremony set for Sunday

    UOG commencement ceremony set for Sunday

    Tritons will turn their tassels and get their degrees this weekend during the University of Guam's Fanuchånan 2018 commencement ceremony. Human rights lawyer Julian Aguon will deliver the commencement address. It all goes down this Sunday at the UOGMore >>
    Tritons will turn their tassels and get their degrees this weekend during the University of Guam's Fanuchånan 2018 commencement ceremony. Human rights lawyer Julian Aguon will deliver the commencement address. It all goes down this Sunday at the UOGMore >>
  • GEDA: DO NOT pass Core Tech QC Bill

    GEDA: DO NOT pass Core Tech QC Bill

    Do not pass.

    That’s the message from the Guam Economic Development Authority to the Legislature on Bill 363.
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    Do not pass.

    That’s the message from the Guam Economic Development Authority to the Legislature on Bill 363.
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  • Missing crab hunter found alive and well

    Missing crab hunter found alive and well

    The 45-year-old crab hunter that was reported missing in Malojloj has been found alive and well. Michael C. Guerrero was last seen crab hunting on Wednesday. Local first responders and military partners searched the area for nearly two days for signs of GMore >>
    The 45-year-old crab hunter that was reported missing in Malojloj has been found alive and well. Michael C. Guerrero was last seen crab hunting on Wednesday. Local first responders and military partners searched the area for nearly two days for signs of GMore >>
  • Man seeks answers to 5-year-old son's sudden death

    Man seeks answers to 5-year-old son's sudden death

    A father is grieving the loss of his 5-year-old son. He wants answers from the medical professionals here on Guam, after his little boy's sudden passing. David Lubofsky never imagined he'd be grieving the loss of his 5-year-old son, Asher so soon. "He saiMore >>
    A father is grieving the loss of his 5-year-old son. He wants answers from the medical professionals here on Guam, after his little boy's sudden passing. David Lubofsky never imagined he'd be grieving the loss of his 5-year-old son, Asher so soon. "He saiMore >>
  • Gun grabbing bill lapses, 14 bills total become law

    Gun grabbing bill lapses, 14 bills total become law

    Governor Eddie Calvo has allowed public safety oversight chair Senator Telena Nelson’s bill 324 to lapse into law. The measure criminalizes the disarming of peace officers. It was introduced following Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio’s gun grabbing inMore >>
    Governor Eddie Calvo has allowed public safety oversight chair Senator Telena Nelson’s bill 324 to lapse into law. The measure criminalizes the disarming of peace officers. It was introduced following Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio’s gun grabbing inMore >>
  • Search efforts continue for missing crab hunter

    Search efforts continue for missing crab hunter

    It's now been more than 24 hours and there's still no signs of a crab hunter who went missing down south in Malojloj. The search and rescue efforts to find 45-year-old Michael C. Guerrero were in full force Thursday morning. According to GFD, Guerrero wasMore >>
    It's now been more than 24 hours and there's still no signs of a crab hunter who went missing down south in Malojloj. The search and rescue efforts to find 45-year-old Michael C. Guerrero were in full force Thursday morning. According to GFD, Guerrero wasMore >>
  • Dozens of toys stolen from Mongmong-Toto-Maite Municipal Planning Council

    Dozens of toys stolen from Mongmong-Toto-Maite Municipal Planning Council

    The season of giving is notoriously also the season of stealing. Residents in MTM are working to save Christmas for children in the tri-village after thieves steal dozens of toys. Victim to the Grinch. The Mongmong-Toto-Maite Municipal Planning Council isMore >>
    The season of giving is notoriously also the season of stealing. Residents in MTM are working to save Christmas for children in the tri-village after thieves steal dozens of toys. Victim to the Grinch. The Mongmong-Toto-Maite Municipal Planning Council isMore >>
  • Machete-wielding Glladwin Snalbarb arrested for terrorizing

    Machete-wielding Glladwin Snalbarb arrested for terrorizing

    He was apparently drunk when he wielded a machete and asked passerbys to fight. Glladwin Snalbarb was arrested and charged for aggravated assault, terrorizing, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness. Earlier this week, court documents state he was seeMore >>
    He was apparently drunk when he wielded a machete and asked passerbys to fight. Glladwin Snalbarb was arrested and charged for aggravated assault, terrorizing, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness. Earlier this week, court documents state he was seeMore >>
  • Friday "Night of the Legends" concert to aid CNMI

    Friday "Night of the Legends" concert to aid CNMI

    More efforts are underway to help those affected by Super Typhoon Yutu. The CNMI Guahan TP committee, One Marianas, and Lady Diann Torres Foundation is hosting "Night of the Legends." The Yutu relief concert will feature an array of local artists, and allMore >>
    More efforts are underway to help those affected by Super Typhoon Yutu. The CNMI Guahan TP committee, One Marianas, and Lady Diann Torres Foundation is hosting "Night of the Legends." The Yutu relief concert will feature an array of local artists, and allMore >>
  • Businesses, residents affected by Mangkhut can apply for SBA disaster loans

    Businesses, residents affected by Mangkhut can apply for SBA disaster loans

    Although FEMA individual assistance for Typhoon Mangkhut was denied, the U.S. Small Business Administration is on island offering low-interest federal disaster loans to Guam businesses, non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renters. Cynthia Cowell isMore >>
    Although FEMA individual assistance for Typhoon Mangkhut was denied, the U.S. Small Business Administration is on island offering low-interest federal disaster loans to Guam businesses, non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renters. Cynthia Cowell is More >>
  • Height variance for airport hotel approved

    Height variance for airport hotel approved

    It’s full-steam ahead for plans to build an 11-story hotel across the street from the airport. The Guam Land Use Commission today approved a height variance allowing the Guam International Airport Hotel to build eight stories higher than what is curMore >>
    It’s full-steam ahead for plans to build an 11-story hotel across the street from the airport. The Guam Land Use Commission today approved a height variance allowing the Guam International Airport Hotel to build eight stories higher than what is curMore >>
  • Trio arrested in string of burglaries

    Trio arrested in string of burglaries

    Numerous stolen items, guns, and drugs are found during a couple of search warrants executed in Dededo and Yigo on Wednesday. Steven Sablan Leon Guerrero and Melvin Sablan Leon Guerrero are charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, burglary, theft of prMore >>
    Numerous stolen items, guns, and drugs are found during a couple of search warrants executed in Dededo and Yigo on Wednesday. Steven Sablan Leon Guerrero and Melvin Sablan Leon Guerrero are charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, burglary, theft of prMore >>
  • Company speaks about construction worker's death

    Company speaks about construction worker's death

    The family of the construction worker that died in Mangilao last month said their final goodbyes. The investigation into Jay Wasisang's death is ongoing. But, the company he worked for is now speaking out wanting to clear the record on the moments leadingMore >>
    The family of the construction worker that died in Mangilao last month said their final goodbyes. The investigation into Jay Wasisang's death is ongoing. But, the company he worked for is now speaking out wanting to clear the record on the moments leadingMore >>
  • Cockfighting could be banned on Guam

    Cockfighting could be banned on Guam

    She put up a fight earlier this year...but with no vote in congress a bill that includes a ban on cockfighting in territories like Guam is just waiting for President Trump to sign into law.More >>
    She put up a fight earlier this year...but with no vote in congress a bill that includes a ban on cockfighting in territories like Guam is just waiting for President Trump to sign into law.More >>
  • Bill 298 to sell land to GLUC acting chair and family

    Bill 298 to sell land to GLUC acting chair and family

    Sen. Tom Ada’s Bill 298 would sell public land to the acting chairman of the Guam Land Use Commission and his family. Tae Oh, the GLUC acting chairman, is also an owner of Vantage Advertising - an electronic sign company that will benefit from Ada&rMore >>
    Sen. Tom Ada’s Bill 298 would sell public land to the acting chairman of the Guam Land Use Commission and his family. Tae Oh, the GLUC acting chairman, is also an owner of Vantage Advertising - an electronic sign company that will benefit from Ada&rMore >>
  • Police ID Tamuning hit-and-run victim

    Police ID Tamuning hit-and-run victim

    Police have released the name of the 45 year old man killed in a hit-n-run crash in Tamuning as Sidney Sidro Sichiro. The driver of the car that hit Sichiro early Sunday morning along Governor Carlos Camacho road remains on the run. The chief medical examMore >>
    Police have released the name of the 45 year old man killed in a hit-n-run crash in Tamuning as Sidney Sidro Sichiro. The driver of the car that hit Sichiro early Sunday morning along Governor Carlos Camacho road remains on the run. The chief medical examMore >>
  • Boka Talks Podcast: eating habits during the holidays

    Boka Talks Podcast: eating habits during the holidays

    Jess and Angela Rosario from The Boka Box jump on the mic for this episode of Boka Talks to honestly discuss about eating habits and diets during the holidays, and how you should approach the very tempting seasonal food that surrounds us this time of yearMore >>
    Jess and Angela Rosario from The Boka Box jump on the mic for this episode of Boka Talks to honestly discuss about eating habits and diets during the holidays, and how you should approach the very tempting seasonal food that surrounds us this time of yearMore >>
  • Search underway for missing crab hunter

    Search underway for missing crab hunter

    Rescue units from the Guam Fire Department have been searching for the past 15 hours for a missing crab hunter in Asiga, Malojloj.

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    Rescue units from the Guam Fire Department have been searching for the past 15 hours for a missing crab hunter in Asiga, Malojloj.

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  • Brandon Cruz awakens Guam's indigenous tongue

    Brandon Cruz awakens Guam's indigenous tongue

    Meet 30-year old Brandon Cruz, a chanter with the I Fanalian' Oral History Project and advocate for the CHamoru language and culture.He grew up around his grandparents on his dad's side--a pair very in tune with their culture. "We would go down south to oMore >>
    Meet 30-year old Brandon Cruz, a chanter with the I Fanalian' Oral History Project and advocate for the CHamoru language and culture.He grew up around his grandparents on his dad's side--a pair very in tune with their culture. "We would go down south to oMore >>
  • Core Tech QC bill advances

    Core Tech QC bill advances

    Your taxes may have gone up this year, but if some Senators get their way, CoreTech could get a tax free ride on captive insurance for 20 years. According to the Guam Economic Development Authority, the benefit to Guam won't be enough to justify what yourMore >>
    Your taxes may have gone up this year, but if some Senators get their way, CoreTech could get a tax free ride on captive insurance for 20 years. According to the Guam Economic Development Authority, the benefit to Guam won't be enough to justify what yourMore >>
  • Motorcyclist stable after Yigo accident

    Motorcyclist stable after Yigo accident

    A man hit by a car while riding his motorcycle in Yigo on Tuesday is recovering from his serious injuries at the Guam Regional Medical City. Police say he is in stable condition. The motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital after colliding with a black sedMore >>
    A man hit by a car while riding his motorcycle in Yigo on Tuesday is recovering from his serious injuries at the Guam Regional Medical City. Police say he is in stable condition. The motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital after colliding with a black sedMore >>
  • Three convicted sex offenders to be deported

    Three convicted sex offenders to be deported

    Three sex offenders will be deported. Governor Eddie Calvo signed commutations for the three men. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement identified the three non-U.S. citizens for having committed deportable crimes. They are Fel Maxmaylena, Jeshua JoshuMore >>
    Three sex offenders will be deported. Governor Eddie Calvo signed commutations for the three men. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement identified the three non-U.S. citizens for having committed deportable crimes. They are Fel Maxmaylena, Jeshua JoshuMore >>
  • Safety concerns grow over bullets found on campus

    Safety concerns grow over bullets found on campus

    For the second day in a row, bullets at local public schools force a shelter-in-place. Though the all-clear was given less than an hour after, the back-to-back incidents have some we spoke with concerned. It's an item not allowed on public school grounds.More >>
    For the second day in a row, bullets at local public schools force a shelter-in-place. Though the all-clear was given less than an hour after, the back-to-back incidents have some we spoke with concerned. It's an item not allowed on public school grounds.More >>
  • GovGuam motions to dismiss $1 million lawsuit

    GovGuam motions to dismiss $1 million lawsuit

    The government has motioned to dismiss a $1 million federal lawsuit against them because GovGuam is not a "person." As reported, 81-year-old Pedro M. Terlaje is suing for false arrest and false imprisonment after he was arrested by a GIAA officer and detaMore >>
    The government has motioned to dismiss a $1 million federal lawsuit against them because GovGuam is not a "person." As reported, 81-year-old Pedro M. Terlaje is suing for false arrest and false imprisonment after he was arrested by a GIAA officer and detaMore >>
  • Joaquin Nededog charged with strangling pregnant woman

    Joaquin Nededog charged with strangling pregnant woman

    He is accused of attacking a pregnant woman known to him. Joaquin Peter Castro Nededog is charged with strangulation, family violence, assault, and assault of an unborn child. Court documents state, the suspect was arguing with the victim when he allegedlMore >>
    He is accused of attacking a pregnant woman known to him. Joaquin Peter Castro Nededog is charged with strangulation, family violence, assault, and assault of an unborn child. Court documents state, the suspect was arguing with the victim when he allegedlMore >>
  • GRMC's former CEO going to court for temporary restraining order

    GRMC's former CEO going to court for temporary restraining order

    Guam Regional Medical City's ousted CEO, President, and Chairwoman of the Board, Margaret Bengzon, is asking the local court for a temporary restraining order and injunctive relief to give time for issues regarding shareholder ownership to be resolved inMore >>
    Guam Regional Medical City's ousted CEO, President, and Chairwoman of the Board, Margaret Bengzon, is asking the local court for a temporary restraining order and injunctive relief to give time for issues regarding shareholder ownership to be resolved in More >>
  • Prison murder defendant back in jail for alleged rape

    Prison murder defendant back in jail for alleged rape

    He was among the defendants that once stood accused in the murder at the prison, now he's back behind bars this time accused of sexually assaulting a woman known to him. Jimmy Moses Hadley is charged with two counts of third and fourth degree criminal sexMore >>
    He was among the defendants that once stood accused in the murder at the prison, now he's back behind bars this time accused of sexually assaulting a woman known to him. Jimmy Moses Hadley is charged with two counts of third and fourth degree criminal sexMore >>
  • Mangilao community makes storm relief donation to Tinian

    Mangilao community makes storm relief donation to Tinian

    Today, Mangilao Mayor Allan Ungacta along with members of the Mangilao Planning Council presented a $500 check to Tinian Mayor Joey Patrick San Nicolas.More >>
    Today, Mangilao Mayor Allan Ungacta along with members of the Mangilao Planning Council presented a $500 check to Tinian Mayor Joey Patrick San Nicolas. More >>
  • No December trial for former GHURA board members

    No December trial for former GHURA board members

    Former GHURA board members Cecile Suda, David Sablan, Roland Selvidge, and Rosie Ann Blas won't face a jury later this month after all. The group was set to go to trial on December 17. That date was vacated as a result of Attorney Mike Phillips' motion toMore >>
    Former GHURA board members Cecile Suda, David Sablan, Roland Selvidge, and Rosie Ann Blas won't face a jury later this month after all. The group was set to go to trial on December 17. That date was vacated as a result of Attorney Mike Phillips' motion toMore >>
  • GDOE's STEM strategy approved by education board

    GDOE's STEM strategy approved by education board

    The Guam Education Board approves GDOE's Next Generation Science Standards and a STEM strategic Plan. STEM committee lead Dr. Leah Beth Nahalowaa says it's been a "four-year journey" to integrate STEM into classrooms. Guam is the 19th state to adopt NextMore >>
    The Guam Education Board approves GDOE's Next Generation Science Standards and a STEM strategic Plan. STEM committee lead Dr. Leah Beth Nahalowaa says it's been a "four-year journey" to integrate STEM into classrooms. Guam is the 19th state to adopt Next More >>
  • Javon Taitano pleads not guilty to vehicular homicide

    Javon Taitano pleads not guilty to vehicular homicide

    Javon Jermaine Taitano pleads not guilty to two counts of vehicular homicide as a second degree felony. The 19-year-old appeared in court on Wednesday. Taitano was reportedly driving upwards of 76-miles per hour before he lost control of his car and crashMore >>
    Javon Jermaine Taitano pleads not guilty to two counts of vehicular homicide as a second degree felony. The 19-year-old appeared in court on Wednesday. Taitano was reportedly driving upwards of 76-miles per hour before he lost control of his car and crashMore >>
  • Santa pays surprise visit to Harmon school

    Santa pays surprise visit to Harmon school

    Santa visits Guam and met students at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School! Traveling to Guam from the North Pole, Santa and Mrs. Clause were all smiles giving candy. With the help of Isla nonprofit, and Docomo Pacific, they also gave each student the giftMore >>
    Santa visits Guam and met students at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School! Traveling to Guam from the North Pole, Santa and Mrs. Clause were all smiles giving candy. With the help of Isla nonprofit, and Docomo Pacific, they also gave each student the gift More >>
  • Public Health reopens Lotte Hotel establishments

    Public Health reopens Lotte Hotel establishments

    They are in the clear. The local health department reopens Lotte Hotel establishments. The Executive Lounge, Charlotte Ballroom, and Bakery all reopened with an "A" rating meaning all sanitary violations were corrected. Public Health officials reinstatedMore >>
    They are in the clear. The local health department reopens Lotte Hotel establishments. The Executive Lounge, Charlotte Ballroom, and Bakery all reopened with an "A" rating meaning all sanitary violations were corrected. Public Health officials reinstated More >>
  • Prayer breakfast held for Guam guardsmen

    Prayer breakfast held for Guam guardsmen

    Major General Roderick R. Leon Guerrero, The Adjutant General of the Guam National Guard, hosted a prayer breakfast for National Guard personnel at the Guard's Readiness Center in Barrigada. Governor Eddie Calvo, Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes and ChaplaiMore >>
    Major General Roderick R. Leon Guerrero, The Adjutant General of the Guam National Guard, hosted a prayer breakfast for National Guard personnel at the Guard's Readiness Center in Barrigada. Governor Eddie Calvo, Archbishop Michael Jude Byrnes and ChaplaiMore >>
  • UOG's new engineering school will be built by February 2020

    UOG's new engineering school will be built by February 2020

    $5.4 million is the cost of the contract recently signed between the University of Guam and Bascon Corp. It's for the construction of the UOG School of Engineering building. Construction is set to begin in February with project completion expected in oneMore >>
    $5.4 million is the cost of the contract recently signed between the University of Guam and Bascon Corp. It's for the construction of the UOG School of Engineering building. Construction is set to begin in February with project completion expected in one More >>
  • Chris Felix elected chairman of UOG board of regents

    Chris Felix elected chairman of UOG board of regents

    The University of Guam's Board of Regents elected Christopher Felix as its chairperson. The position was left vacant by outgoing chair Elizabeth Gayle, who served on the board for six years. Governor Eddie Calvo appointed Felix to the board in 2013. He'sMore >>
    The University of Guam's Board of Regents elected Christopher Felix as its chairperson. The position was left vacant by outgoing chair Elizabeth Gayle, who served on the board for six years. Governor Eddie Calvo appointed Felix to the board in 2013. He's More >>
  • Bullet Found at Inarajan Elementary forces lockdown

    Bullet Found at Inarajan Elementary Forces Lockdown

    The all clear has been given after students and staff at Inarajan Elementary School were forced to shelter-in-place Wednesday morning. It started around 9:30 am. Guam Department of Education spokesperson Isa Baza says the procedure was initiated after a bMore >>
    The all clear has been given after students and staff at Inarajan Elementary School were forced to shelter-in-place Wednesday morning. It started around 9:30 am. Guam Department of Education spokesperson Isa Baza says the procedure was initiated after a bMore >>
  • U.S. EPA gives $14 million to Guam

    U.S. EPA gives $14 million to Guam

    Guam will receive $14 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency--$2.9 million headed to Guam EPA and more than $11.8 million earmarked for Guam Waterworks Authority water infrastructure projects.More >>
    Guam will receive $14 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency--$2.9 million headed to Guam EPA and more than $11.8 million earmarked for Guam Waterworks Authority water infrastructure projects.More >>
  • Mold at Port Authority sends 6 staffers to hospital

    Mold at Port Authority sends 6 staffers to hospital

    There's a health alert out of the Port Authority of Guam, as findings of mold at the facility have officials taking extra caution. Moldy walls posing health risks have officials on high alert at the Port. Those employees - six of them - we've confirmed weMore >>
    There's a health alert out of the Port Authority of Guam, as findings of mold at the facility have officials taking extra caution. Moldy walls posing health risks have officials on high alert at the Port. Those employees - six of them - we've confirmed weMore >>
  • Third man arrested in connection to Tamuning road rage incident

    Third man arrested in connection to Tamuning road rage incident

    A third individual has been placed under arrest in connection to Saturday's road rage incident that started at a Tamuning intersection. 33-year-old Elton Masasai was arrested for attempted murder and aggravated assault, among other charges. Masasai's arreMore >>
    A third individual has been placed under arrest in connection to Saturday's road rage incident that started at a Tamuning intersection. 33-year-old Elton Masasai was arrested for attempted murder and aggravated assault, among other charges. Masasai's arreMore >>
  • Sasha Sun pleads guilty to harboring illegal aliens

    Sasha Sun pleads guilty to harboring illegal aliens

    A bar owner will be sentenced in federal court early next year. Sasha Sun pleaded guilty to Harboring Illegal Aliens. Though she entered the plea agreement with the feds last year, the files were under seal until recently. Court documents state she facesMore >>
    A bar owner will be sentenced in federal court early next year. Sasha Sun pleaded guilty to Harboring Illegal Aliens. Though she entered the plea agreement with the feds last year, the files were under seal until recently. Court documents state she faces More >>
  • $29,000 raised from boot drive for CNMI

    $29,000 raised from boot drive for CNMI

    You might've spotted officials in uniform collecting coins and dollars for victims of Typhoon Yutu along Marine Corps Drive. The group presenting a check of $29,000 from the boot drive. The money will go to Karidat CNMI. Speaking on behalf of the executivMore >>
    You might've spotted officials in uniform collecting coins and dollars for victims of Typhoon Yutu along Marine Corps Drive. The group presenting a check of $29,000 from the boot drive. The money will go to Karidat CNMI. Speaking on behalf of the executivMore >>
  • Special signs or special interest?

    Special signs or special interest?

    As the 34th Legislature's term comes to an end, Senators are addressing important issues like Senator Tom Ada's Bill 154 - which seeks to regulate "off-premise" signage. With several Senators questioning the bill's intent - Senator Fernando Esteves sayingMore >>
    As the 34th Legislature's term comes to an end, Senators are addressing important issues like Senator Tom Ada's Bill 154 - which seeks to regulate "off-premise" signage. With several Senators questioning the bill's intent - Senator Fernando Esteves sayingMore >>
  • Epic catch! Kayak fisherman reels in 170-lb. tuna

    Epic catch! Kayak fisherman reels in 170-lb. tuna

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    Courtesy: YouTubeCourtesy: YouTube
    It was an epic battle between man and fish. An avid kayak fisher catches what he says is a world record in the sport, reeling in a tuna weighing over a hundred pounds. Peddling a kayak a few miles off Guam's west coast, he was patiently waiting for the peMore >>
    It was an epic battle between man and fish. An avid kayak fisher catches what he says is a world record in the sport, reeling in a tuna weighing over a hundred pounds. Peddling a kayak a few miles off Guam's west coast, he was patiently waiting for the peMore >>
  • Motorcyclist injured in Yigo after collision with car

    Motorcyclist injured in Yigo after collision with car

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    A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after colliding with this black sedan in Yigo early this morning. It happened along Route 1 - Marine Corps Drive - near Chalan La Chance around 6:44 am. Guam Fire Department spokesperson Kevin Reilly says units froMore >>
    A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after colliding with this black sedan in Yigo early this morning. It happened along Route 1 - Marine Corps Drive - near Chalan La Chance around 6:44 am. Guam Fire Department spokesperson Kevin Reilly says units froMore >>
  • Bullets found on Barrigada school campus

    Bullets found on Barrigada school campus

    A shelter-in place procedure was initiated at Luis P. Untalan Middle School at approximately 8:40 a.m. on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. The shelter-in-place procedure was initiated due to two bullets found in the school gym. The incident was reported to theMore >>
    A shelter-in place procedure was initiated at Luis P. Untalan Middle School at approximately 8:40 a.m. on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. The shelter-in-place procedure was initiated due to two bullets found in the school gym. The incident was reported to theMore >>
  • Highly-skilled radiologist Dr. Peachy Piana comes home to Guam

    Highly-skilled radiologist Dr. Peachy Piana comes home to Guam

    This past August, Dr. Peachy Piana joined Guam Radiology Consultants. Piana, who grew up on Guam, was given a warm welcome home after 15 years offisland education and training. It was when she was 11 years old that she along with her two other siblings woMore >>
    This past August, Dr. Peachy Piana joined Guam Radiology Consultants. Piana, who grew up on Guam, was given a warm welcome home after 15 years offisland education and training. It was when she was 11 years old that she along with her two other siblings woMore >>
  • Individual storm assistance for Mangkhut denied

    Individual storm assistance for Mangkhut denied

    FEMA Individual Assistance for Typhoon Mangkhut has been denied. Though Governor Calvo sent an appeal, officials found "the impact to individuals and households from the event was not of the severity and magnitude to warrant individual assistance". At theMore >>
    FEMA Individual Assistance for Typhoon Mangkhut has been denied. Though Governor Calvo sent an appeal, officials found "the impact to individuals and households from the event was not of the severity and magnitude to warrant individual assistance". At theMore >>
  • Senators debate digital signage regulations

    Senators debate digital signage regulations

    Senators debated Tom Ada’s Bill 154 which - according to Senator Ada - would update regulations for digital signs. Senators debated the bill which mandates distances between electronic signs. Speaker Therese Terlaje raised issues of constitutionalitMore >>
    Senators debated Tom Ada’s Bill 154 which - according to Senator Ada - would update regulations for digital signs. Senators debated the bill which mandates distances between electronic signs. Speaker Therese Terlaje raised issues of constitutionalitMore >>
  • Rota mayor, girlfriend to face federal jury next year

    Rota mayor, girlfriend to face federal jury next year

    Rota Mayor Efraim Atalig and girlfriend Evelyn Atalig will face a federal jury early next year. According to a superseding indictment filed late last month, the couple is charged with conspiracy, wire fraud, theft from a program receiving federal funds, aMore >>
    Rota Mayor Efraim Atalig and girlfriend Evelyn Atalig will face a federal jury early next year. According to a superseding indictment filed late last month, the couple is charged with conspiracy, wire fraud, theft from a program receiving federal funds, aMore >>
  • Multiple issues keep public pools closed

    Multiple issues keep public pools closed

    Forced to practice in the ocean, one swim coach is speaking out and seeking answers as to why Guam's only two public pools remain closed to the public. And the director of the Department of Parks & Recreation has responded. The Hagatna pool is where he fiMore >>
    Forced to practice in the ocean, one swim coach is speaking out and seeking answers as to why Guam's only two public pools remain closed to the public. And the director of the Department of Parks & Recreation has responded. The Hagatna pool is where he fiMore >>
  • MARC Series to feature Laura Souder on the need of the CHamoru perspective in history

    MARC Series to feature Laura Souder on the need of the CHamoru perspective in history

    At 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, you're invited to listen in on the 10th installment of the University of Guam's MARC Seminar Series with Dr. Laura Souder. Her topic: CHamoru Revision: Redefining Historical Period. “The reason why I chose that is because of mMore >>
    At 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, you're invited to listen in on the 10th installment of the University of Guam's MARC Seminar Series with Dr. Laura Souder. Her topic: CHamoru Revision: Redefining Historical Period. “The reason why I chose that is because of mMore >>
  • Man caught stealing over $2,000 in items from Home Depot

    Man caught stealing over $2,000 in items from Home Depot

    Caught red-handed, Home Depot security observed Raymond Burns Valerio taking items from his shopping cart, opening the boxes, and placing them into his bag. When confronted by security, he pulled the $125 worth of items out. But, that's not all. Court docMore >>
    Caught red-handed, Home Depot security observed Raymond Burns Valerio taking items from his shopping cart, opening the boxes, and placing them into his bag. When confronted by security, he pulled the $125 worth of items out. But, that's not all. Court docMore >>
  • Criminal sexual conduct charges brought against Normandy Penaflorida

    Criminal sexual conduct charges brought against Normandy Penaflorida

    He allegedly told a 14-year-old girl not to tell anyone. Normandy Ilagan Penaflorida is charged with second degree criminal sexual conduct and fourth degree criminal sexual conduct. Court documents state the girl reported he told her to hug him. That's whMore >>
    He allegedly told a 14-year-old girl not to tell anyone. Normandy Ilagan Penaflorida is charged with second degree criminal sexual conduct and fourth degree criminal sexual conduct. Court documents state the girl reported he told her to hug him. That's whMore >>
  • Tony Babauta named chief of staff for Leon Guerrero administration

    Tony Babauta named chief of staff for Leon Guerrero administration

    Giving us a glimpse of how their senior leadership team is shaping up, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas, Tony Babauta, has been announced as the Chief of Staff for the incoming Leon Guerrero - Tenorio Administration, while JonMore >>
    Giving us a glimpse of how their senior leadership team is shaping up, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas, Tony Babauta, has been announced as the Chief of Staff for the incoming Leon Guerrero - Tenorio Administration, while Jon More >>
  • No suspect yet for Tamuning hit-and-run

    No suspect yet for Tamuning hit-and-run

    The man killed after a hit-n-run in Tamuning early Sunday has yet to be identified. Investigators are reaching out to the community for help. Eyewitnesses tell KUAM they rushed over following the crash, and saw an elderly man lying down the roadway. The sMore >>
    The man killed after a hit-n-run in Tamuning early Sunday has yet to be identified. Investigators are reaching out to the community for help. Eyewitnesses tell KUAM they rushed over following the crash, and saw an elderly man lying down the roadway. The sMore >>
  • Man charged with Agat shooting remains in custody

    Man charged with Agat shooting remains in custody

    The man charged for a shooting in Agat last week remains in custody on $15,000 cash bail. 21-year-old John Jared Santos is charged with attempted murder as a first degree felony, aggravated assault as a second degree felony, and aggravated assault as a thMore >>
    The man charged for a shooting in Agat last week remains in custody on $15,000 cash bail. 21-year-old John Jared Santos is charged with attempted murder as a first degree felony, aggravated assault as a second degree felony, and aggravated assault as a thMore >>
  • Hundreds participate in Santa Maria Kamalen procession

    Hundreds participate in Santa Maria Kamalen procession

    Hundreds of the faithful community came out in honor of the island's patron saint, Santa Marian Kamalen. The mass and procession was held on Saturday afternoon. Santa Marian Kamalen is the oldest religious icon on Guam. Legend has it that she first came tMore >>
    Hundreds of the faithful community came out in honor of the island's patron saint, Santa Marian Kamalen. The mass and procession was held on Saturday afternoon. Santa Marian Kamalen is the oldest religious icon on Guam. Legend has it that she first came tMore >>
  • Annual pig hunting derby this weekend

    Annual pig hunting derby this weekend

    Wanted Dead and not alive. All pig enthusiasts are invited to attend this year's Pig Hunting Derby. The free event is happening this weekend. Jane Dia program coordinator for Guam Hunting Education Program, says there's new incentives like a free deer tagMore >>
    Wanted Dead and not alive. All pig enthusiasts are invited to attend this year's Pig Hunting Derby. The free event is happening this weekend. Jane Dia program coordinator for Guam Hunting Education Program, says there's new incentives like a free deer tagMore >>
  • Road rage incident caught on video

    Road rage incident caught on video

    Two men are placed under arrest and a third admitted to the Guam Memorial Hospital after an incident that apparently started as road rage. Much of the incident was caught on camera. 31-year-old Maurice Lamar Jones was out with his wife on Saturday night wMore >>
    Two men are placed under arrest and a third admitted to the Guam Memorial Hospital after an incident that apparently started as road rage. Much of the incident was caught on camera. 31-year-old Maurice Lamar Jones was out with his wife on Saturday night wMore >>
  • Pay-Less Markets Community Foundation raises $30K for Yutu relief

    Pay-Less Markets Community Foundation raises $30K for Yutu relief

    The PayLess Markets Community Foundation presented a check of $30,000 to the Haya Foundation, a local non-profit that has been and continues to assist victims of Typhoon Yutu in the CNMI. Pay-Less Supermarkets hosted a "Typhoon Yutu Relief Drive" at all lMore >>
    The PayLess Markets Community Foundation presented a check of $30,000 to the Haya Foundation, a local non-profit that has been and continues to assist victims of Typhoon Yutu in the CNMI. Pay-Less Supermarkets hosted a "Typhoon Yutu Relief Drive" at all lMore >>
  • CSC hearing considers cops' concerns about recent promotions

    CSC hearing considers cops' concerns about recent promotions

    Last week, a hearing was held with the Civil Service Commission, in which a handful of police officers with the Guam Police Department are calling to question the process in which recent promotions were granted. GPD Chief JI Cruz is aware of the complaintMore >>
    Last week, a hearing was held with the Civil Service Commission, in which a handful of police officers with the Guam Police Department are calling to question the process in which recent promotions were granted. GPD Chief JI Cruz is aware of the complaintMore >>
  • Former GHURA board members go to trial next week

    Former GHURA board members go to trial next week

    Over two dozen people are listed to take the stand in a misdemeanor case naming former Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority board members. Among those anticipated to testify for the government: former GHURA directors and deputy directors, attorneys, SMore >>
    Over two dozen people are listed to take the stand in a misdemeanor case naming former Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority board members. Among those anticipated to testify for the government: former GHURA directors and deputy directors, attorneys, SMore >>
  • Man dead after being hit by car in Tamuning

    Man dead after being hit by car in Tamuning

    One person is dead after being hit by a car in Tamuning early Sunday. It happened along Governor Carlos Camacho road near Santa Fe around 6 am. The crash forced police to temporarily close off the northbound lanes. It’s since been reopened. GPD has yet to release further details but officers are investigating. This marks the 23rd traffic related death of the year.

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    One person is dead after being hit by a car in Tamuning early Sunday. It happened along Governor Carlos Camacho road near Santa Fe around 6 am. The crash forced police to temporarily close off the northbound lanes. It’s since been reopened. GPD has yet to release further details but officers are investigating. This marks the 23rd traffic related death of the year.

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  • Apparent shooting in Agat leads to arrest

    Apparent shooting in Agat leads to arrest

    A man is placed under arrest following an apparent shooting in Agat early Friday morning. Jared John Santos, 21, is charged with attempted murder as a first degree felony, aggravated assault as a second degree felony and aggravated assault as a third degree felony each with a special allegation of possession of a

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    A man is placed under arrest following an apparent shooting in Agat early Friday morning. Jared John Santos, 21, is charged with attempted murder as a first degree felony, aggravated assault as a second degree felony and aggravated assault as a third degree felony each with a

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  • See what's going on for Christmas all around you with the KUAM Holiday Calendar!

    See what's going on for Christmas all around you with the KUAM Holiday Calendar!

    As a special presentation throughout the holiday season, you can see all the events, gatherings and community goings-on around the island during the Christmas season on the KUAM Holiday Calendar. We've made it accessible on KUAM.com and the KUAM News mobiMore >>
    As a special presentation throughout the holiday season, you can see all the events, gatherings and community goings-on around the island during the Christmas season on the KUAM Holiday Calendar. We've made it accessible on KUAM.com and the KUAM News mobiMore >>
  • 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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  • Residents oppose possible cockfight ban

    Residents oppose possible cockfight ban

    A recent act of Congress isn't sitting well with residents here at home. The Farm Bill bans cockfighting in the 50 states as well as the U.S. territories.Though it's not a done deal yet, locals predict the measure will force the sport to go underground. "More >>
    A recent act of Congress isn't sitting well with residents here at home. The Farm Bill bans cockfighting in the 50 states as well as the U.S. territories.Though it's not a done deal yet, locals predict the measure will force the sport to go underground. "More >>
  • Gov.-elect Leon Guerrero meets with Trump

    Gov.-elect Leon Guerrero meets with Trump

    Governor-elect Lou Leon Guerrero is in the nation's capitol. She wrapped up her meeting with President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, several cabinet secretaries and senior advisors in the White House. Leon Guerrero joined recently elected goverMore >>
    Governor-elect Lou Leon Guerrero is in the nation's capitol. She wrapped up her meeting with President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, several cabinet secretaries and senior advisors in the White House. Leon Guerrero joined recently elected goverMore >>
  • Local agencies monitor nationwide bomb threats

    Local agencies monitor nationwide bomb threats

    Keeping tabs on a nationwide chain of emailed bomb threats, the office of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense along with the Mariana Regional Fusion Center are monitoring and remain vigilant for bomb threats that are going viral in the mainland. AccoMore >>
    Keeping tabs on a nationwide chain of emailed bomb threats, the office of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense along with the Mariana Regional Fusion Center are monitoring and remain vigilant for bomb threats that are going viral in the mainland. AccoMore >>
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