Did Klitzkie go too far with requesting documents from the Port Authority?
Former senator Bob Klitzkie is expressing frustration over Freedom of Information Act requests, alleging the Port Authority management broke the law when they didn’t handover certain documents he requested. The documents, in this case, involve the f
McNinch's appeal canceled due to medical trip
Punished for allegedly making "insulting, rude and belligerent" emails to political candidates invited to The Great Debate, Dr. Ron McNinch was set to go before the University of Guam board of regents to appeal his punishment handed out by university pres
New set of rules and regulations for child placement agencies up for vote
Senators will be voting this session to approve a new set of rules and regulations for child placement agencies, as established by the Department of Public Health and Social Services. They set the minimum standards for granting, revocation, refusal, and s
Gusty winds could bring lightning and thunder, advisories also issued for rough seas
A strong thunderstorm is impacting portions of central Guam on Friday, according to the National Weather Service Guam Weather Forecast Office. Winds in excess of 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph are expected. These gusty winds could knock down tree limbs an