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  • Philippines removed from H-2B Visa Program

    Philippines removed from H-2B Visa Program

    The Philippines has been removed from the list of countries eligible to participate in the H2B foreign worker programs. According to a January 18 notice in the federal register, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in consultation with the State DeparMore >>
    The Philippines has been removed from the list of countries eligible to participate in the H2B foreign worker programs. According to a January 18 notice in the federal register, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in consultation with the State DeparMore >>
  • Villagomez-Aguon sworn in as chief probation officer

    Villagomez-Aguon sworn in as chief probation officer

    Rossanna Villagomez-Aguon was sworn in as the new chief probation officer of the Judiciary of Guam. She is a former U.S. probation officer for Guam and the CNMI. She was joined by colleagues, family and friends during the ceremony in Hagatna. Villagomez-AMore >>
    Rossanna Villagomez-Aguon was sworn in as the new chief probation officer of the Judiciary of Guam. She is a former U.S. probation officer for Guam and the CNMI. She was joined by colleagues, family and friends during the ceremony in Hagatna. Villagomez-AMore >>
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  • Woman caught stealing at Macy's

    Woman caught stealing at Macy's

    A woman is accused of trying to steal from a department store at the mall. Cassey Fuller is charged with retail theft as a misdemeanor. Court documents state the suspect was seen inside Macy's at the Micronesia Mall, and appeared to be "casing" the itemsMore >>
    A woman is accused of trying to steal from a department store at the mall. Cassey Fuller is charged with retail theft as a misdemeanor. Court documents state the suspect was seen inside Macy's at the Micronesia Mall, and appeared to be "casing" the items More >>
  • Man jailed after allegedly threatening to kill neighbors

    Man jailed after allegedly threatening to kill neighbors

    An apparent feud between neighbors leads to one man being placed under arrest. Ryan Andrew Pangelinan Perez is charged with assault, disorderly conduct and harassment. Court documents stated that police responded to an apartment in Tamuning after the suspMore >>
    An apparent feud between neighbors leads to one man being placed under arrest. Ryan Andrew Pangelinan Perez is charged with assault, disorderly conduct and harassment. Court documents stated that police responded to an apartment in Tamuning after the suspMore >>
  • Sen. Moylan proposes drug tests for public sector officials

    Sen. Moylan proposes drug tests for public sector officials

    Freshman Republican Senator Jim Moylan wants his colleagues to pee in a cup. Moylan has introduced a rules resolution – which if passed - would mean legislative employees and senators would have to take drug tests and Bill 26 which would mandate druMore >>
    Freshman Republican Senator Jim Moylan wants his colleagues to pee in a cup. Moylan has introduced a rules resolution – which if passed - would mean legislative employees and senators would have to take drug tests and Bill 26 which would mandate druMore >>
  • Isaiah Edwards sentenced to 35 years for Andersen murder

    Isaiah Edwards sentenced to 35 years for Andersen murder

    Just days after a jury found him guilty of murdering a fellow airman, Isaiah Edwards has learned his fate. According to KUAM News affiliate KSLA, Edwards will spend 35 years in prison for the March 2018 slaying of Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale at AndersenMore >>
    Just days after a jury found him guilty of murdering a fellow airman, Isaiah Edwards has learned his fate. According to KUAM News affiliate KSLA, Edwards will spend 35 years in prison for the March 2018 slaying of Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale at AndersenMore >>
  • New police chief reveals strategy to cleanup, crack-down

    New police chief reveals strategy to cleanup, crack-down

    The new top brass of the Guam Police Department means serious business. Chief of Police Captain Steve Ignacio is already getting up to speed with investigations involving his own. He detailed to KUAM News his plan, now that he's been tapped to lead the foMore >>
    The new top brass of the Guam Police Department means serious business. Chief of Police Captain Steve Ignacio is already getting up to speed with investigations involving his own. He detailed to KUAM News his plan, now that he's been tapped to lead the foMore >>
  • Petition urges military to comply with transparency requests

    Petition urges military to comply with transparency requests

    A petition asking the military to comply with local and federal laws relative to the expanded surface danger zone plan for the Ritidian firing range is making the rounds. CHamoru rights activist Ned Pablo is circulating the petitions, which ask the militaMore >>
    A petition asking the military to comply with local and federal laws relative to the expanded surface danger zone plan for the Ritidian firing range is making the rounds. CHamoru rights activist Ned Pablo is circulating the petitions, which ask the militaMore >>
  • Philippine H-2B visa cut could delay Guam projects, hurt economy

    Philippine H-2B visa cut could delay Guam projects, hurt economy

    The loss of temporary skilled Filipino workers could have a dramatic effect not just on the local construction industry, but on the Guam economy as a whole, according to the head of the Guam Contractors Association said The surprise announcement by the DeMore >>
    The loss of temporary skilled Filipino workers could have a dramatic effect not just on the local construction industry, but on the Guam economy as a whole, according to the head of the Guam Contractors Association said The surprise announcement by the DeMore >>
  • Hearing held for alleged DOC contraband scheme

    Hearing held for alleged DOC contraband scheme

    Defense wants more of the evidence before taking the case to trial. More than a year has come and gone since the major contraband investigation busted wide open 2017 at the Department of Corrections and defendants have yet to go to trial. The case involveMore >>
    Defense wants more of the evidence before taking the case to trial. More than a year has come and gone since the major contraband investigation busted wide open 2017 at the Department of Corrections and defendants have yet to go to trial. The case involveMore >>
  • Philippine consul general hopes for resolution to H-2B situation

    Philippine consul general hopes for resolution to H-2B situation

    The Philippine Embassy in Washington has notified all Philippine consulates in the U.S. about the H2B decision. Guam Consul General Marciano de Borja says Ambassador Jose Romualdez issued a formal statement saying the Philippines understands the concernsMore >>
    The Philippine Embassy in Washington has notified all Philippine consulates in the U.S. about the H2B decision. Guam Consul General Marciano de Borja says Ambassador Jose Romualdez issued a formal statement saying the Philippines understands the concerns More >>
  • Guam native's video of DC confrontation goes viral

    Guam native's video of DC confrontation goes viral

    It's caused an upset across the nation. You may have seen the viral video captured by Guam native Kaya Taitano. It showed what appeared to be a confrontation between participants at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, DC and a group of teens. A CaMore >>
    It's caused an upset across the nation. You may have seen the viral video captured by Guam native Kaya Taitano. It showed what appeared to be a confrontation between participants at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, DC and a group of teens. A CaMore >>
  • Robert Lucio arrested in machete attack

    Robert Lucio arrested in machete attack

    An apparent machete attack in Harmon leads the arrest of one man. Robert Lucio, 37, is charged with Reckless Conduct; Aggravated Assault and Use of a Deadly Weapon in Commission of a Felony. Police responded to the incident Tuesday night just after 10 p.mMore >>
    An apparent machete attack in Harmon leads the arrest of one man. Robert Lucio, 37, is charged with Reckless Conduct; Aggravated Assault and Use of a Deadly Weapon in Commission of a Felony. Police responded to the incident Tuesday night just after 10 p.mMore >>
  • Moylan challenges senators to get drug tested

    Moylan challenges senators to get drug tested

    Sen. Jim Moylan said his colleagues should lead the way in fighting Guam's drug epidemic. He said his Bill 26 and Legislative Rules Resolution 16 are good first steps for senators to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk as well. Bill 26 would lift drMore >>
    Sen. Jim Moylan said his colleagues should lead the way in fighting Guam's drug epidemic. He said his Bill 26 and Legislative Rules Resolution 16 are good first steps for senators to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk as well. Bill 26 would lift drMore >>
  • Governor pledges resources for Hepatitis C infections at the prison

    Governor pledges resources for Hepatitis C infections at the prison

    An alarming public health concern is how it's going to take millions of dollars to treat the about one hundred inmates at the prison with Hepatitis C. And now, the island's governor, who was a registered nurse, has responded to the situation. Gov. Lou LeoMore >>
    An alarming public health concern is how it's going to take millions of dollars to treat the about one hundred inmates at the prison with Hepatitis C. And now, the island's governor, who was a registered nurse, has responded to the situation. Gov. Lou LeoMore >>
  • Samples from dead whale sent to Hawaii

    Samples from dead whale sent to Hawaii

    Tests are being conducted off the island to find out what happened to the beaked whale that washed up in Agat. On Sunday, samples were flown to the University of Hawaii. Fisheries biologist Brent Tibbats said a representative from the University of HawaiiMore >>
    Tests are being conducted off the island to find out what happened to the beaked whale that washed up in Agat. On Sunday, samples were flown to the University of Hawaii. Fisheries biologist Brent Tibbats said a representative from the University of HawaiiMore >>
  • Leon Guerrero tours 911 Control Center

    Leon Guerrero tours 911 Control Center

    The path is clear for an all-new emergency response system. The governor is pledging again to return the $3.8 million that was illegally diverted from the 911 Fund. Lou Leon Guerrero repeated her promise during a tour Wednesday of the 911 Control Center aMore >>
    The path is clear for an all-new emergency response system. The governor is pledging again to return the $3.8 million that was illegally diverted from the 911 Fund. Lou Leon Guerrero repeated her promise during a tour Wednesday of the 911 Control Center aMore >>
  • Girls take on construction at Pizza, Pop & Power Tools

    Girls take on construction at Pizza, Pop & Power Tools

    On Saturday, the 7th Annual Pizza, Pop, and Power Tools event was held at the GCA Trades Academy Training Facility in Barrigada. The Guam Contractors Association event, which is in partnership with the National Association of Women in Construction and theMore >>
    On Saturday, the 7th Annual Pizza, Pop, and Power Tools event was held at the GCA Trades Academy Training Facility in Barrigada. The Guam Contractors Association event, which is in partnership with the National Association of Women in Construction and theMore >>
  • Philippine cardinals and bishops join Santo Nino celebration

    Philippine cardinals and bishops join Santo Nino celebration

    Courtesy: Anthony Henry Oftana via umatuna.orgCourtesy: Anthony Henry Oftana via umatuna.org
    Courtesy: Anthony Henry Oftana via umatuna.orgCourtesy: Anthony Henry Oftana via umatuna.org
    The 20th anniversary of the Santo Nino celebration was observed this week at the Cathedral Basilica. The event featured a visiting group of eight bishops and a cardinal from the Philippines, who joined Archbishop Michael Byrnes in con-celebrating the specMore >>
    The 20th anniversary of the Santo Nino celebration was observed this week at the Cathedral Basilica. The event featured a visiting group of eight bishops and a cardinal from the Philippines, who joined Archbishop Michael Byrnes in con-celebrating the specMore >>
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