by Mindy Aguon
Guam - The Transportation Security Administration will begin using the highly controversial, state of the art advanced imaging technology at the local airport by next year. Many across the nation are not looking forward to being scanned as they travel this week.
Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo is among many other elected officials in Washington who are calling for a less-intrusive screening technology that will enhance security while reducing the need for random pat-downs.
It's the second of its kind happening this year. The Department of Youth Affairs hosting its youth services outreach event over the weekend. DYA partnering with other government and non-profit organizations to put on the event for our youngsters. The goal - to provide services and information to families who are not aware of the resources available to them in the community. It's efforts officials say is being offered to help keep kids out of trouble.More >>