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  • Discussions continue on converting Chief Brodie to central middle school

    Discussions continue on converting Chief Brodie to central middle school

    A second community meeting was held to discuss the conversion an elementary school in Tamuning into a central middle school. "We are not asking for a Kindergarten through 8th grade, we are asking for a middle school. And as a board member I will honor thaMore >>
    A second community meeting was held to discuss the conversion an elementary school in Tamuning into a central middle school. "We are not asking for a Kindergarten through 8th grade, we are asking for a middle school. And as a board member I will honor thaMore >>
  • New Guam Election Commission program driving up voter registration

    New Guam Election Commission program driving up voter registration

    New voter registration is climbing by leaps and bounds every month now that the Guam Election Commission's motor voter registration program is up and running. The program allows those who are getting a new driver's license or renewing an old one to registMore >>
    New voter registration is climbing by leaps and bounds every month now that the Guam Election Commission's motor voter registration program is up and running. The program allows those who are getting a new driver's license or renewing an old one to registMore >>
  • Guam professor wins Human Resource Management Foundation award

    Guam professor wins Human Resource Management Foundation award

    Richard S. Colfax, professor of human resource management and management at the University of Guam, was selected by the Society for the 2019 winner of the Student Chapter Advisor Impact Award. He accepted the award recently at the 2019 SHRM Annual ConfereMore >>
    Richard S. Colfax, professor of human resource management and management at the University of Guam, was selected by the Society for the 2019 winner of the Student Chapter Advisor Impact Award. He accepted the award recently at the 2019 SHRM Annual ConfereMore >>
  • Sagan Kotturan CHamoru still running on generators 12 years later

    SKC still running on generators 12 years later

    The Sagan Kotturan CHamoru may have launched operations in 2006, but they're still running on generators - costing hundreds of dollars a month. "One of our obstacles as far as getting power in is initially Tumon is slated to be underground power only, thoMore >>
    The Sagan Kotturan CHamoru may have launched operations in 2006, but they're still running on generators - costing hundreds of dollars a month. "One of our obstacles as far as getting power in is initially Tumon is slated to be underground power only, thoMore >>
  • Public safety town hall meeting this week in Yigo

    Public safety town hall meeting this week in Yigo

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    The latest in a series of safety town hall meetings will be held in Yigo this week. The meetings, spearheaded by Adelup, were prompted from last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Previous gatherings were held in Tamuning, Dededo and Mangilao. Residents More >>
    The latest in a series of safety town hall meetings will be held in Yigo this week. The meetings, spearheaded by Adelup, were prompted from last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Previous gatherings were held in Tamuning, Dededo and Mangilao. Residents More >>
  • Firefighters pay visit to iCivics Summer Camp

    Firefighters pay visit to iCivics Summer Camp

    Graduates of the District Court iCivics Summer Camp were treated to a personal visit by members of the Guam Fire Department last Friday. The firefighters arrived in the Fire Engine I and Rescue II trucks for a special meet and greet and explained the two More >>
    Graduates of the District Court iCivics Summer Camp were treated to a personal visit by members of the Guam Fire Department last Friday. The firefighters arrived in the Fire Engine I and Rescue II trucks for a special meet and greet and explained the two More >>
  • Santa Rita wins top village float at Liberation Parade, GWA/GPA take top honors for GovGuam

    Santa Rita wins top village float at Liberation Parade, GWA/GPA take top honors for GovGuam

    Huge congrats go out to the winners of the Liberation Day Parade float/entry competition! Great job by Santa Rita (village), GPA/GWA (GovGuam), Vietnam Veterans of America (non-government), and Ambros (private sector). Amazing work by all 79 floats this yMore >>
    Huge congrats go out to the winners of the Liberation Day Parade float/entry competition! Great job by Santa Rita (village), GPA/GWA (GovGuam), Vietnam Veterans of America (non-government), and Ambros (private sector). Amazing work by all 79 floats this yMore >>
  • Parade road closure info and more

    Parade road closure info and more

    Larger and longer than ever before, it's the 75th Liberation Day parade. There will be a few road and lane closures on Sunday, and we've got the necessary security information for the islands biggest event. Officials are expecting an increase in attendeesMore >>
    Larger and longer than ever before, it's the 75th Liberation Day parade. There will be a few road and lane closures on Sunday, and we've got the necessary security information for the islands biggest event. Officials are expecting an increase in attendeesMore >>
  • Families return to Fena massacre site

    Families return to Fena massacre site

    It was a somber return to Fena today to honor those lost in the Fena Cave Massacre. Held every year since 1998, the Fena cave Massacre memorial service honors the unimaginable sacrifices made by CHamorus who were killed and raped at Fena and survivors whoMore >>
    It was a somber return to Fena today to honor those lost in the Fena Cave Massacre. Held every year since 1998, the Fena cave Massacre memorial service honors the unimaginable sacrifices made by CHamorus who were killed and raped at Fena and survivors whoMore >>
  • 1,400 tax refunds to be mailed out Tuesday

    1,400 tax refunds to be mailed out Tuesday

    On Tuesday, the Department of Revenue and Taxation and Department of Administration is expected mail out 1,400 tax refund checks totaling approximately $3.9 million including refunds garnished to repay government debts for error-free returns filed on or bMore >>
    On Tuesday, the Department of Revenue and Taxation and Department of Administration is expected mail out 1,400 tax refund checks totaling approximately $3.9 million including refunds garnished to repay government debts for error-free returns filed on or bMore >>
  • Island celebs to celebrate Liberation

    Island celebs to celebrate Liberation

    Artists, singer-songwriters, and other celebrities will be adding glitz and glamour to this weekend's festivities. It's a start-studded celebration as the island waves the American flag this weekend. Earlier today, celebrities took the Guam Visitors BureaMore >>
    Artists, singer-songwriters, and other celebrities will be adding glitz and glamour to this weekend's festivities. It's a start-studded celebration as the island waves the American flag this weekend. Earlier today, celebrities took the Guam Visitors BureaMore >>
  • Head of the Class: Tiyan High School

    Head of the Class: Tiyan High School

    In this week's Head of the Class, we recognize the top students from the home of the Titans.More >>
    In this week's Head of the Class, we recognize the top students from the home of the Titans.More >>
  • iCivics summer program wraps up

    iCivics summer program wraps up

    The District Court's Summer Civics Camp held a ceremony today for its 16 graduates. During the seven-week camp the students had the opportunity of learning from, visiting with, and or touring local and federal agencies within the three branches of governmMore >>
    The District Court's Summer Civics Camp held a ceremony today for its 16 graduates. During the seven-week camp the students had the opportunity of learning from, visiting with, and or touring local and federal agencies within the three branches of governmMore >>
  • Outbound PI traveler visas proved too challenging for Cebu Pacific

    Outbound PI traveler visas proved too challenging for Cebu Pacific

    Cebu Pacific announced it is suspending its Guam-Manila service effective December 7. The low-cost carrier says the route is "no longer viable," but is not ruling out an eventual return. Cebu Pacific first began service in 2016, with Guam its first U.S. fMore >>
    Cebu Pacific announced it is suspending its Guam-Manila service effective December 7. The low-cost carrier says the route is "no longer viable," but is not ruling out an eventual return. Cebu Pacific first began service in 2016, with Guam its first U.S. fMore >>
  • Laguana to senators: protect Tourist Attraction Fund

    Laguana to senators: protect Tourist Attraction Fund

    There were 15 separate Bills heard today to appropriate money from the Tourist Attraction Fund. Senators heard testimony from various non-profit groups seeking funding for their work. But while the Guam Visitors Bureau says it supports cultural preservatiMore >>
    There were 15 separate Bills heard today to appropriate money from the Tourist Attraction Fund. Senators heard testimony from various non-profit groups seeking funding for their work. But while the Guam Visitors Bureau says it supports cultural preservatiMore >>
  • Jonathan Tedtaotao accused of burglary, stealing $20K worth of items

    Jonathan Tedtaotao accused of burglary, stealing $20K worth of items

    On probation facing burglary charges, Jonathan Torres Tedtaotao was busted again, but this time for allegedly breaking into a Tamuning condo and stealing over $20,000 worth of items. The burglary occurred in May. Tedtaotao, 48, was identified as the suspeMore >>
    On probation facing burglary charges, Jonathan Torres Tedtaotao was busted again, but this time for allegedly breaking into a Tamuning condo and stealing over $20,000 worth of items. The burglary occurred in May. Tedtaotao, 48, was identified as the suspeMore >>
  • Where should people go if they need trash dumped?

    Where should people go if they need trash dumped?

    Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero had a curious answer when we asked her who to call if people need their trash dumped. KUAM News posed the issue to the maga'haga after numerous reports of illegal dumping throughout the island. "If you need to get rid of your trashMore >>
    Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero had a curious answer when we asked her who to call if people need their trash dumped. KUAM News posed the issue to the maga'haga after numerous reports of illegal dumping throughout the island. "If you need to get rid of your trash More >>
  • War survivor shares Sumay memories

    War survivor shares Sumay memories

    A member of Guam's Greatest Generation is back on island after nearly six decades. "I can tell you that we survived all these years during Japanese occupation," Phillip Babauta told KUAM News. "Thank God that we still are here without any other problems."More >>
    A member of Guam's Greatest Generation is back on island after nearly six decades. "I can tell you that we survived all these years during Japanese occupation," Phillip Babauta told KUAM News. "Thank God that we still are here without any other problems."More >>
  • Bank of Guam announces new senior VPs

    Bank of Guam announces new senior VPs

    Bank of Guam has recently announced a pair of promotions. Janice Quichocho is now Senior Vice President and Chief Retail and Card Services Officer, responsible for the Guam, CNMI and Neighboring Island Branches, eBanking Group and Card Services. Lesley LeMore >>
    Bank of Guam has recently announced a pair of promotions. Janice Quichocho is now Senior Vice President and Chief Retail and Card Services Officer, responsible for the Guam, CNMI and Neighboring Island Branches, eBanking Group and Card Services. Lesley LeMore >>
  • Navigating through homelessness

    Navigating through homelessness

    The Salvation Army does more than the bell ringing during the holidays. In this report. "When you talk about people who are homeless they all represent stories and families and struggles it's not always 'cut and dry,'" Major Tom Stambaugh told KUAM News. More >>
    The Salvation Army does more than the bell ringing during the holidays. In this report. "When you talk about people who are homeless they all represent stories and families and struggles it's not always 'cut and dry,'" Major Tom Stambaugh told KUAM News. More >>
  • Historic Preservation Office updating discovery policies

    Historic Preservation Office updating discovery policies

    Acting State Historic Preservation Officer Patrick Lujan is changing a longstanding policy of his office that deals with the process for the discovery of ancestral sites and artifacts on construction grounds for commercial developments. "These developersMore >>
    Acting State Historic Preservation Officer Patrick Lujan is changing a longstanding policy of his office that deals with the process for the discovery of ancestral sites and artifacts on construction grounds for commercial developments. "These developers More >>
  • Another Tumon dump linked to Verona owner

    Another Tumon dump linked to Verona owner

    Right in the heart of Tumon, KUAM News visited another dumpsite. This time, the property's owner says homeless people are to blame. This abandoned multistory structure in Tumon was built for parking cars, but the only thing parking here is trash - and tonMore >>
    Right in the heart of Tumon, KUAM News visited another dumpsite. This time, the property's owner says homeless people are to blame. This abandoned multistory structure in Tumon was built for parking cars, but the only thing parking here is trash - and tonMore >>
  • GPD central command opening target date mid-August

    GPD central command opening target date mid-August

    More than a month after the Guam Police Department cut the ribbon to its new central police command along Route 4 in Sinajana, but the doors remain shut. But before the door can officially open, an occupancy permit is needed. "We hope to get an occupancyMore >>
    More than a month after the Guam Police Department cut the ribbon to its new central police command along Route 4 in Sinajana, but the doors remain shut. But before the door can officially open, an occupancy permit is needed. "We hope to get an occupancy More >>
  • Rev & Tax fire protection system repair nearly complete

    Rev & Tax fire protection system repair nearly complete

    During an inspection back in March, the Guam Fire Department found a fire alarm and fire suppressant system was offline at the Department of Revenue and Taxation. In an update, Rev & Tax acting director Michele Santos said the bulk of the work has been doMore >>
    During an inspection back in March, the Guam Fire Department found a fire alarm and fire suppressant system was offline at the Department of Revenue and Taxation. In an update, Rev & Tax acting director Michele Santos said the bulk of the work has been doMore >>
  • Shipley Villanueva accused of taking photo of woman in restroom

    Shipley Villanueva accused of taking photo of woman in restroom

    Imagine using the restroom and someone suddenly reaches over the stall with a cell phone to take a picture of you--that's exactly what happened to a woman who was at karaoke lounge in Tumon on the 4th of July. Arrested and charged with Invasion of PrivacyMore >>
    Imagine using the restroom and someone suddenly reaches over the stall with a cell phone to take a picture of you--that's exactly what happened to a woman who was at karaoke lounge in Tumon on the 4th of July. Arrested and charged with Invasion of PrivacyMore >>
  • Cebu Pacific to cut Guam service

    Cebu Pacific to cut Guam service

    Cebu Pacific will be suspending the Guam-Manila route. The last round trip flight between Manila and Guam will be on December 7, 2019. According to a press release, the Guam route is no longer viable. With limited slots in Manila, Cebu Pacific will realloMore >>
    Cebu Pacific will be suspending the Guam-Manila route. The last round trip flight between Manila and Guam will be on December 7, 2019. According to a press release, the Guam route is no longer viable. With limited slots in Manila, Cebu Pacific will realloMore >>
  • Three Dededo drug bust suspects plead not guilty

    Three Dededo drug bust suspects plead not guilty

    In a drug bust that occurred at a Dededo home a little over a week ago, Miguelito Bataclan, Ramil Gonzales, Ronald Bayon, Madonna Maguelfor and Jeric Aradnas were arrested and faced possession charges. During an arraignment hearing for Maguelfor, Bayon anMore >>
    In a drug bust that occurred at a Dededo home a little over a week ago, Miguelito Bataclan, Ramil Gonzales, Ronald Bayon, Madonna Maguelfor and Jeric Aradnas were arrested and faced possession charges. During an arraignment hearing for Maguelfor, Bayon anMore >>
  • Brothers accused in machete attack heading to court next week

    Brothers accused in machete attack heading to court next week

    The two brothers accused in last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Emmanuel Reselap and Jordan Rachulap will be back in court next week. At that time attorneys will review video captured from Best Store near where the incident occurred on June 4. Both pMore >>
    The two brothers accused in last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Emmanuel Reselap and Jordan Rachulap will be back in court next week. At that time attorneys will review video captured from Best Store near where the incident occurred on June 4. Both pMore >>
  • Speaker's bill would kickstart war claims payout

    Speaker's bill would kickstart war claims payout

    It's a race to pay war survivors who we're losing every day. That's why Speaker Tina Barnes said she introduced a bill today to pay war claims locally. This, while legislation to release money that's been on hold because of a technical flaw, continues toMore >>
    It's a race to pay war survivors who we're losing every day. That's why Speaker Tina Barnes said she introduced a bill today to pay war claims locally. This, while legislation to release money that's been on hold because of a technical flaw, continues to More >>
  • AAFB asks for continuance in drinking water contamination investigation

    AAFB asks for continuance in drinking water contamination investigation

    Earlier this month the Guam Environmental Protection Agency concluded its review of Andersen Air Force Base's logs after it was cited for using swimming pool tablets in a drinking water well. Base officials, last week, requested for a continuance on the mMore >>
    Earlier this month the Guam Environmental Protection Agency concluded its review of Andersen Air Force Base's logs after it was cited for using swimming pool tablets in a drinking water well. Base officials, last week, requested for a continuance on the mMore >>
  • AGs nationwide urging cannabis product consumer protection

    AGs nationwide urging cannabis product consumer protection

    Attorney General Leevin Camacho has joined dozens of AG's in calling on the Food and Drug Administration to partner with states to "protect consumers of cannabis-derived products." In a release from his office, Camacho said "Guam consumers need to know thMore >>
    Attorney General Leevin Camacho has joined dozens of AG's in calling on the Food and Drug Administration to partner with states to "protect consumers of cannabis-derived products." In a release from his office, Camacho said "Guam consumers need to know thMore >>
  • Radiation compensation legislation heading to Congress

    Radiation compensation legislation heading to Congress

    Two bills to compensate atomic radiation victims in the Pacific are now making their way through Congress. A resolution by Sen. Therese Terlaje offers support for the inclusion of claimants who were exposed in Guam. It states that between 1946 and 1962 thMore >>
    Two bills to compensate atomic radiation victims in the Pacific are now making their way through Congress. A resolution by Sen. Therese Terlaje offers support for the inclusion of claimants who were exposed in Guam. It states that between 1946 and 1962 thMore >>
  • Airport temporarily evacuated after heavy smoke spotted

    Airport temporarily evacuated after heavy smoke spotted

    The A.B. Won Pat International Airport was evacuated just before 8 a.m. this morning. Heavy smoke was spotted near one of the gates inside the secure area of the terminal. GIAA Deputy Manager John Quinata says everyone was ordered to exit the building as More >>
    The A.B. Won Pat International Airport was evacuated just before 8 a.m. this morning. Heavy smoke was spotted near one of the gates inside the secure area of the terminal. GIAA Deputy Manager John Quinata says everyone was ordered to exit the building as More >>
  • State historic preservation office oversight hearing today

    State historic preservation office oversight hearing today

    The Guam State Historic Preservation Office is set to go before Historic Preservation Chair Sen. Therese Terlaje today. The oversight hearing will mark the first time acting SHPO Patrick Lujan has sat before senators since the controversial firing of formMore >>
    The Guam State Historic Preservation Office is set to go before Historic Preservation Chair Sen. Therese Terlaje today. The oversight hearing will mark the first time acting SHPO Patrick Lujan has sat before senators since the controversial firing of formMore >>
  • Liberators, veteran recall wartime Guam memories

    Liberators, veteran recall wartime Guam memories

    The Guam Visitors Bureau welcomed two liberators and a WWII veteran who served on island as young men during times of war and recovery. A strange familiarity is how liberators Lloyd Glick and Raymond Faulkner and WWII veteran Gordon Rosengren describe retMore >>
    The Guam Visitors Bureau welcomed two liberators and a WWII veteran who served on island as young men during times of war and recovery. A strange familiarity is how liberators Lloyd Glick and Raymond Faulkner and WWII veteran Gordon Rosengren describe retMore >>
  • JK Sukion pleads not guilty to killing Sounter Soukin

    JK Sukion pleads not guilty to killing Sounter Soukin

    JK Sukion, one of the two men being charged in the death of the man beaten in Anigua, pleaded not guilty in court. Police identified the man who died as Sounter Soukin. Autopsy results determined the cause of death was due to blunt impact to the head withMore >>
    JK Sukion, one of the two men being charged in the death of the man beaten in Anigua, pleaded not guilty in court. Police identified the man who died as Sounter Soukin. Autopsy results determined the cause of death was due to blunt impact to the head withMore >>
  • Brandon Acosta enters not guilty plea to new rape charges

    Brandon Acosta enters not guilty plea to new rape charges

    Brandon Acosta appeared in the superior court this afternoon. He had already confessed to murdering 15-year-old Timicca Nauta last year, but today in Superior Court he pleaded not guilty to a new charge of rape. The teen's aunt, Gries Inger, along with heMore >>
    Brandon Acosta appeared in the superior court this afternoon. He had already confessed to murdering 15-year-old Timicca Nauta last year, but today in Superior Court he pleaded not guilty to a new charge of rape. The teen's aunt, Gries Inger, along with heMore >>
  • School board narrows in on instructional time

    School board narrows in on instructional time

    Last night the Guam Education Board met to discuss several matters, one of which took up the bulk of the time. The board drafted and attempted to vote on Resolution 2019-10 relative to requesting the 35th Legislature to amend PL 34-105 and to clarify the More >>
    Last night the Guam Education Board met to discuss several matters, one of which took up the bulk of the time. The board drafted and attempted to vote on Resolution 2019-10 relative to requesting the 35th Legislature to amend PL 34-105 and to clarify the More >>
  • CHamorus protest Mauna Kea project, say issues mirror Guam

    CHamorus protest Mauna Kea project, say issues mirror Guam

    CHamorus from Guam are locking arms with Native Hawaiian, or Kanaka Maoli, protectors who are occupying the top of Mauna Kea on the big island of Hawaii. It's the construction site of a contested 30-meter telescope that they say would contaminate the aquiMore >>
    CHamorus from Guam are locking arms with Native Hawaiian, or Kanaka Maoli, protectors who are occupying the top of Mauna Kea on the big island of Hawaii. It's the construction site of a contested 30-meter telescope that they say would contaminate the aquiMore >>
  • Verona in the Guam EPA hot seat again

    Verona in the Guam EPA hot seat again

    An exclusive KUAM News report on possible environmental violations at the Verona hotel has caught the eye of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency. "Guam EPA's solid waste management program did do two site visits to the Verona shortly after the storyMore >>
    An exclusive KUAM News report on possible environmental violations at the Verona hotel has caught the eye of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency. "Guam EPA's solid waste management program did do two site visits to the Verona shortly after the story More >>
  • William Mantanona to take plea deal in jury tampering case

    William Mantanona to take plea deal in jury tampering case

    One of two people facing obstruction of justice charges in federal court has entered a plea agreement. William Topasna Mantanona was charged in federal court for obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the drug trial of Raymond Martinez and JuanitaMore >>
    One of two people facing obstruction of justice charges in federal court has entered a plea agreement. William Topasna Mantanona was charged in federal court for obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the drug trial of Raymond Martinez and Juanita More >>
  • Gov says securing Layon bond shows investors' confidence

    Gov says securing Layon bond shows investors' confidence

    GovGuam is taking on another $30 million in debt as it successfully floated a bond today to pay for the construction of a new cell at the Layon landfill. The governor said it shows that investors remain confident in the local economy, and it's why she conMore >>
    GovGuam is taking on another $30 million in debt as it successfully floated a bond today to pay for the construction of a new cell at the Layon landfill. The governor said it shows that investors remain confident in the local economy, and it's why she conMore >>
  • Three survivors named as Liberation parade grand marshals

    Three survivors named as Liberation parade grand marshals

    Roman Quinata Sr., Francisca Franquez, and David Flores are the 75th Annual Liberation Day grand marshals. The honored guests each embody the values of resiliency and hope instilled in the CHamoru people after the atrocities of war, according to Adelup. "More >>
    Roman Quinata Sr., Francisca Franquez, and David Flores are the 75th Annual Liberation Day grand marshals. The honored guests each embody the values of resiliency and hope instilled in the CHamoru people after the atrocities of war, according to Adelup. "More >>
  • GDOE graduates 'Rainbow Class of 2019'

    GDOE graduates 'Rainbow Class of 2019'

    The Guam Department of Education held its Rainbow Graduation today at John F. Kennedy High School. The commencement ceremony celebrated 135 Class of 2019 public high school seniors who completed credits they needed to get their diplomas over the summer. SMore >>
    The Guam Department of Education held its Rainbow Graduation today at John F. Kennedy High School. The commencement ceremony celebrated 135 Class of 2019 public high school seniors who completed credits they needed to get their diplomas over the summer. SMore >>
  • Saipan and Andersen firefighters team up for certification

    Saipan and Andersen firefighters team up for certification

    Last week, firefighters from Saipan Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting were on Guam for certification and training that is designed to assist all airports and firefighters to comply with all FAA requirements. Although the Francisco C. Ada airport on SaipanMore >>
    Last week, firefighters from Saipan Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting were on Guam for certification and training that is designed to assist all airports and firefighters to comply with all FAA requirements. Although the Francisco C. Ada airport on Saipan More >>
  • Moylan bill would address GMH power issue with Healthy Futures Fund

    Moylan bill would address GMH power issue with Healthy Futures Fund

    What would happen if our hospital couldn't power its life support equipment? One senator has introduced a bill to try to prevent that from happening. Sen. Jim Moylan's Bill 179 proposes to appropriate $6 million to the Guam Memorial Hospital to fund its pMore >>
    What would happen if our hospital couldn't power its life support equipment? One senator has introduced a bill to try to prevent that from happening. Sen. Jim Moylan's Bill 179 proposes to appropriate $6 million to the Guam Memorial Hospital to fund its pMore >>
  • William Mantanona Enters Plea Agreement

    William Mantanona Enters Plea Agreement

    One of two people facing obstruction of justice charges in federal court has entered a plea agreement. The charges stem from the drug trial of Raymond Martinez and Juanita Moser. After two mistrials on Guam the case was moved to California where they evenMore >>
    One of two people facing obstruction of justice charges in federal court has entered a plea agreement. The charges stem from the drug trial of Raymond Martinez and Juanita Moser. After two mistrials on Guam the case was moved to California where they evenMore >>
  • Mangilao shares details on parade float

    Mangilao shares details on parade float

    The island's mayors are hard at work in preparation for the 75th Liberation Day Parade. Mangilao Mayor Allan Ungacta and his staff are pulling their 40-foot float together, reflecting the pride of the community. "The theme is based on the legacy of peaceMore >>
    The island's mayors are hard at work in preparation for the 75th Liberation Day Parade. Mangilao Mayor Allan Ungacta and his staff are pulling their 40-foot float together, reflecting the pride of the community. "The theme is based on the legacy of peace More >>
  • Customs concerned over CBD release order

    Customs concerned over CBD release order

    Guam's highest ranking customs officer has strong reservations about the administration's new order to let in all CBD products. Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero, in consultation with the attorney general, had ordered the release of seized products saying CBD's areMore >>
    Guam's highest ranking customs officer has strong reservations about the administration's new order to let in all CBD products. Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero, in consultation with the attorney general, had ordered the release of seized products saying CBD's are More >>
  • New church sex abuse claim filed

    New church sex abuse claim filed

    Another individual comes forward alleging child sexual abuse by deceased Priest Andy Manetta. The victim identified as L.L.L., to protect his identity, alleges that when he was around the ages of 14-15 years old and a student attending confirmation classeMore >>
    Another individual comes forward alleging child sexual abuse by deceased Priest Andy Manetta. The victim identified as L.L.L., to protect his identity, alleges that when he was around the ages of 14-15 years old and a student attending confirmation classeMore >>
  • Local charges dropped against alleged child porn maker, federal charges moving forward

    Local charges dropped against alleged child porn maker, federal charges moving forward

    Local sex crime charges against National Guard Sergeant Jerry Thomas Guerrero II were dismissed to allow federal charges to proceed. On July 2, Guerrero was indicted by the U.S. Attorney's office in district court on the same incident. He is facing chargeMore >>
    Local sex crime charges against National Guard Sergeant Jerry Thomas Guerrero II were dismissed to allow federal charges to proceed. On July 2, Guerrero was indicted by the U.S. Attorney's office in district court on the same incident. He is facing chargeMore >>
  • Port union rep says injured employee wasn't properly trained

    Port union rep says injured employee wasn't properly trained

    Robert Koss, the union rep for a Port Authority worker who was injured after thousands of pounds of rebar fell on his leg said a lack of training and workers being made to do jobs they weren't hired to do could be to blame for the injury. "The union's priMore >>
    Robert Koss, the union rep for a Port Authority worker who was injured after thousands of pounds of rebar fell on his leg said a lack of training and workers being made to do jobs they weren't hired to do could be to blame for the injury. "The union's priMore >>
  • Business community wants BPT rolled back

    Business community wants BPT rolled back

    Business leaders turned out in force today to support a bill by Sen. James Moylan to roll back the business privilege tax increase passed last year amid a massive drop in government revenue. The hotly debated tax increase was passed by the previous legislMore >>
    Business leaders turned out in force today to support a bill by Sen. James Moylan to roll back the business privilege tax increase passed last year amid a massive drop in government revenue. The hotly debated tax increase was passed by the previous legislMore >>
  • Guam inmate died in contracted federal facility

    Guam inmate died in contracted federal facility

    Inmate Joseph Mansapit died in a contracted federal facility. That's according to a U.S. Marshal when asked by Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood in a sentencing hearing held yesterday for drug defendant Ricky Sanchez. This recent death was brought to More >>
    Inmate Joseph Mansapit died in a contracted federal facility. That's according to a U.S. Marshal when asked by Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood in a sentencing hearing held yesterday for drug defendant Ricky Sanchez. This recent death was brought to More >>
  • GPD testing new uniforms

    GPD testing new uniforms

    Under a uniform pilot program, Guam Police Department officers out of the central command are sporting new duds. They're wearing material that's more durable with a more comfortable fit for field operation. This is how Lt. James Cruz, commander of the HagMore >>
    Under a uniform pilot program, Guam Police Department officers out of the central command are sporting new duds. They're wearing material that's more durable with a more comfortable fit for field operation. This is how Lt. James Cruz, commander of the HagMore >>
  • Bags of trash not picked up, cleanup efforts a mess

    Bags of trash not picked up, cleanup efforts a mess

    One senator is down in the dumps after the Dededo Mayors Office came up short on its end of a basula bargain. It was hard work - cleaning a stretch of Okkodo Pipeline near the entrance of Fern Terrace, but Sen. Clynt Ridgell was able to do it with help frMore >>
    One senator is down in the dumps after the Dededo Mayors Office came up short on its end of a basula bargain. It was hard work - cleaning a stretch of Okkodo Pipeline near the entrance of Fern Terrace, but Sen. Clynt Ridgell was able to do it with help frMore >>
  • Hikers caught in Sigua flash flood rescued

    Hikers caught in Sigua flash flood rescued

    It was a scary moment for some hikers Monday evening. At 6:29 p.m., the Guam Fire Department's E-911 Center received a call from a group of four hikers at Sigua Falls. A flash flood had separated one of the female hikers from the group leaving her clinginMore >>
    It was a scary moment for some hikers Monday evening. At 6:29 p.m., the Guam Fire Department's E-911 Center received a call from a group of four hikers at Sigua Falls. A flash flood had separated one of the female hikers from the group leaving her clinginMore >>
  • 19th Annual Red Ball set for Sept. 21

    19th Annual Red Ball set for Sept. 21

    Gear up for the next Red Ball hosted by the American Red Cross in partnership with Atkins Kroll, BMW. The fundraiser comes at a time when natural disasters plague the region. Color Me Red - that's the theme of the 19th Annual Red Ball on September 21 at tMore >>
    Gear up for the next Red Ball hosted by the American Red Cross in partnership with Atkins Kroll, BMW. The fundraiser comes at a time when natural disasters plague the region. Color Me Red - that's the theme of the 19th Annual Red Ball on September 21 at tMore >>
  • APL opens new corporate office in Tamuning

    APL opens new corporate office in Tamuning

    Shipping company American President Lines cut the ribbon for its new corporate office at the Landmark building in Tamuning today. "Today is really a momentous occasion for us, for APL, the family, the community, it really solidifies our commitment to the More >>
    Shipping company American President Lines cut the ribbon for its new corporate office at the Landmark building in Tamuning today. "Today is really a momentous occasion for us, for APL, the family, the community, it really solidifies our commitment to the More >>
  • New charges allege Brandon Acosta also raped teen

    New charges allege Brandon Acosta also raped teen

    Rape charges have been added against Brandon Acosta, the man who reportedly confessed to killing 15-year-old Timicca Nauta after a burglary gone wrong at her home in Dededo last year. A superseding indictment filed on Friday charges Acosta with first, secMore >>
    Rape charges have been added against Brandon Acosta, the man who reportedly confessed to killing 15-year-old Timicca Nauta after a burglary gone wrong at her home in Dededo last year. A superseding indictment filed on Friday charges Acosta with first, secMore >>
  • Navy also investigating PFAS contamination

    Navy also investigating PFAS contamination

    The concern for contamination isn't just a GovGuam issue. The military is working with the Guam Waterworks Authority to test and monitor all of the island's production water wells for PFAS chemical substances. In a joint release NAVFAC Engineering CommandMore >>
    The concern for contamination isn't just a GovGuam issue. The military is working with the Guam Waterworks Authority to test and monitor all of the island's production water wells for PFAS chemical substances. In a joint release NAVFAC Engineering CommandMore >>
  • Is Verona growing a junkyard, dumpsite in Tumon?

    Is Verona growing a junkyard, dumpsite in Tumon?

    A dumpsite and junkyard in our island's tourism capital? That's exactly what we found at the backside of the Verona Hotel. An overflowing dumpster full of rotting household trash, mattresses, sofas, refrigerators, microwaves, water heaters, toilets, bathtMore >>
    A dumpsite and junkyard in our island's tourism capital? That's exactly what we found at the backside of the Verona Hotel. An overflowing dumpster full of rotting household trash, mattresses, sofas, refrigerators, microwaves, water heaters, toilets, bathtMore >>
  • Residents terrified after Harmon apartment complex attack

    Residents terrified after Harmon apartment complex attack

    Vandalism, violence and death threats broke out at a Harmon apartment this weekend leaving one man injured and residents afraid for their lives. Romeo and Marivel Recon were going about their normal Saturday routine when the unexpected happened. As RomeoMore >>
    Vandalism, violence and death threats broke out at a Harmon apartment this weekend leaving one man injured and residents afraid for their lives. Romeo and Marivel Recon were going about their normal Saturday routine when the unexpected happened. As Romeo More >>
  • Former Guam Homeland Security employee receives drug charge sentence

    Former Guam Homeland Security employee receives drug charge sentence

    Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood sentenced Ricky Sanchez to 30 months behind bars in District Court today. Sanchez, a former Guam Homeland Security employee pleaded guilty to drug charges after feds caught him for having a package of 27 grams of 100More >>
    Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood sentenced Ricky Sanchez to 30 months behind bars in District Court today. Sanchez, a former Guam Homeland Security employee pleaded guilty to drug charges after feds caught him for having a package of 27 grams of 100 More >>
  • Soup kitchen could be on the chopping block to pay for sex abuse claims

    Soup kitchen could be on the chopping block to pay for sex abuse claims

    The Archdiocese of Agana's only soup kitchen is at risk of being sold to pay for damage claims made by alleged sexual abuse victims. The costs are in the millions. It's on the short list of property being sold to pay for damage claims by over 200 allegedMore >>
    The Archdiocese of Agana's only soup kitchen is at risk of being sold to pay for damage claims made by alleged sexual abuse victims. The costs are in the millions. It's on the short list of property being sold to pay for damage claims by over 200 alleged More >>
  • Fisherman helps families reach Rota

    Fisherman helps families reach Rota

    After a year of regular flight service in to and out of Rota ended, it seems easier to get to far-flung places than it is to our closet neighbor. One has been a solution for families who can't get a flight up north. Guam resident Frank Mendiola is a fisheMore >>
    After a year of regular flight service in to and out of Rota ended, it seems easier to get to far-flung places than it is to our closet neighbor. One has been a solution for families who can't get a flight up north. Guam resident Frank Mendiola is a fisheMore >>
  • Tenant frustrated over garbage piling behind apartment

    Tenant frustrated over garbage piling behind apartment

    Mark Moore has had enough. The Tamuning resident is calling out his neighbors and landlord for dumping trash behind the Summer Garden apartments owned by Core Tech. He showed us an illegal dumping ground behind his apartment. Never mind how it looks, theMore >>
    Mark Moore has had enough. The Tamuning resident is calling out his neighbors and landlord for dumping trash behind the Summer Garden apartments owned by Core Tech. He showed us an illegal dumping ground behind his apartment. Never mind how it looks, the More >>
  • Retired cop's lawyer wants judge removed

    Retired cop's lawyer wants judge removed

    In court today, Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood said it's not often she gets motions of recusal. And it's not often an attorney makes motions to have a judge recused. But that's at issue in the case of a retired cop John "Boom" Mantanona accused ofMore >>
    In court today, Chief Judge Frances Tydingco Gatewood said it's not often she gets motions of recusal. And it's not often an attorney makes motions to have a judge recused. But that's at issue in the case of a retired cop John "Boom" Mantanona accused of More >>
  • Governor orders release of seized CBD products

    Governor orders release of seized CBD products

    Customs has cleared all cannabidiol or CBD products that were previously on hold this weekend. The move comes after the governor ordered the release following close consultation with the attorney general. Customs policy on CBD products going forward, DireMore >>
    Customs has cleared all cannabidiol or CBD products that were previously on hold this weekend. The move comes after the governor ordered the release following close consultation with the attorney general. Customs policy on CBD products going forward, DireMore >>
  • SPONSORED: How to Smartly Splash That Cash With No Backlash: Financial Tips for Millennials and Gen-Zers

    SPONSORED: How to Smartly Splash That Cash With No Backlash: Financial Tips for Millennials and Gen-Zers

    As a generation that works to live it up, keeping track of our personal finances can sometimes ruin the carpe diem vibes we stand by. We’ve rounded up tips and tricks to keep the fun times going without any pre-payday heart attacks or mid-vacation aMore >>
    As a generation that works to live it up, keeping track of our personal finances can sometimes ruin the carpe diem vibes we stand by. We’ve rounded up tips and tricks to keep the fun times going without any pre-payday heart attacks or mid-vacation aMore >>
  • 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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  • New Guam Election Commission program driving up voter registration

    New Guam Election Commission program driving up voter registration

    New voter registration is climbing by leaps and bounds every month now that the Guam Election Commission's motor voter registration program is up and running. The program allows those who are getting a new driver's license or renewing an old one to registMore >>
    New voter registration is climbing by leaps and bounds every month now that the Guam Election Commission's motor voter registration program is up and running. The program allows those who are getting a new driver's license or renewing an old one to registMore >>
  • Guam professor wins Human Resource Management Foundation award

    Guam professor wins Human Resource Management Foundation award

    Richard S. Colfax, professor of human resource management and management at the University of Guam, was selected by the Society for the 2019 winner of the Student Chapter Advisor Impact Award. He accepted the award recently at the 2019 SHRM Annual ConfereMore >>
    Richard S. Colfax, professor of human resource management and management at the University of Guam, was selected by the Society for the 2019 winner of the Student Chapter Advisor Impact Award. He accepted the award recently at the 2019 SHRM Annual ConfereMore >>
  • Public safety town hall meeting this week in Yigo

    Public safety town hall meeting this week in Yigo

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    The latest in a series of safety town hall meetings will be held in Yigo this week. The meetings, spearheaded by Adelup, were prompted from last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Previous gatherings were held in Tamuning, Dededo and Mangilao. Residents More >>
    The latest in a series of safety town hall meetings will be held in Yigo this week. The meetings, spearheaded by Adelup, were prompted from last month's machete attack in Mangilao. Previous gatherings were held in Tamuning, Dededo and Mangilao. Residents More >>
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