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Tropical Storm Bualoi on track to pass north of Saipan early Tuesday
Tropical Storm Bualoi on track to pass north of Saipan early Tuesday

Tropical Storm Bualoi continues to strengthen this morning, now with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph. At 7 AM, Bualoi was centered about 480 miles east-southeast of Saipan and 495 miles east-southeast of Guam near 11.6N 151.9E, moving west-northwest at

Guard recruiter accused of rape released on bail
Guard recruiter accused of rape released on bail

Guam Army National Guard recruiter Sgt. 1st Class Jason Susuico has been indicted by a Superior Court Grand Jury. He was officially charged with multiple counts of First and Third Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct and Child Abuse. He's accused of raping a 17

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Another JFK student arrested for drinking on campus
Another JFK student arrested for drinking on campus

Another case of a student drinking on campus -- 18-year-old John F. Kennedy High School student Myron Hix has been arrested for underage alcohol consumption on campus as a petty misdemeanor. According to a magistrates complaint, police responded to a call

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Infant left alone in car at UOG
Infant left alone in car at UOG

A 6-month-old baby was left in a car in a parking lot at the University of Guam in Mangilao. Guam Fire Department units responded to the incident at around 4:14 p.m. this afternoon. KUAM News learned the baby may have been in the car for about an hour. Ac

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Red Ribbon Month a reminder to stay drug-free
Red Ribbon Month a reminder to stay drug-free

October is Red Ribbon Month and this year's theme is, "Send a message...Stay drug free."Here's more on what is being done locally to raise awareness about the dangers of drug abuse. Red Ribbon Week is a national event remembering the life of Enrique 'Kiki

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Discussion begins on CLTC federal lawsuit, settlement
Discussion begins on CLTC federal lawsuit, settlement

How to save the CHamoru Land trust and can Guam pull a win from the clutches of a federal suit alleging the land trust violates the federal fair housing act - that's what talks centered on today before Legislative land Chair senator Therese Terlaje's comm

Chris Barnett
Governor disappointed congressman abruptly ended meeting
Governor disappointed congressman abruptly ended meeting

Following her face-off with Congressman Michael San Nicolas, Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero says she thought it wasn't a positive or negative discussion but rather it ended with you do your job and I'll do mine. The governor added she was somewhat upset at how it

Sabrina Salas Matanane
Did he lie? Republican delegation says congressman made up comments on local war claims bill
Did he lie? Republican delegation says congressman made up comments on local war claims bill

The reviews are out on the drama that unfolded at Adelup between Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero and Congressman Michael San Nicolas. A Republican senator, who watched the live stream and was part of a delegation to Washington, D.C., is calling him out on a bald-f

Sabrina Salas Matanane & Chris Barnett
Attorney's fee in Church sex abuse case rises to more than $1.4M
Attorney's fee in Church sex abuse case rises to more than $1.4M

More than $1.4 million in attorney's fees and other compensation were discussed today in the bankruptcy case of the Archdiocese of Agana. The Church filed for bankruptcy protection after more than a hundred lawsuits were filed alleging clergy sexual abuse

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Yap civic affairs director remembers slain acting AG
Yap civic affairs director remembers slain acting AG

Memorial services are being planned for Rachelle Bergeron, the acting attorney general of yap state who was shot dead outside her home Monday night. Rachelle Bergeron wasn't just a colleague but a friend to Constantine Yowbalaw. He is Yap State government

Sabrina Salas Matanane
Accused murder Brandon Acosta granted additional evaluation
Accused murder Brandon Acosta granted additional evaluation

In Superior Court, Judge Vern Perez granted an additional evaluation for murder defendant Brandon Acosta. The motion was filed under seal by the defendant's attorney William Pole. Acosta is accused of the 2018 murder and rape of teenager Timicca Nauta. Ac

Adriana Cotero
FHP pharmacy now Megadrug III
FHP pharmacy now Megadrug III

Megadrug is taking over the operations of the FHP clinic pharmacy, which will now be known as Megadrug III. According to a news release from parent company TakeCare Insurance, the outsourcing of pharmacy operations will allow the FHP Health Center to focu

Nestor Licanto
Shelton bill requiring students to fill out FAFSA forms could help UOG
Shelton bill requiring students to fill out FAFSA forms could help UOG

High school seniors may have one more set of forms to fill out before they can graduate. It's part of an effort by local officials to try and avert a tuition increase, and provide the University of Guam with more revenues. Sen. Amanda Shelton has introduc

Nestor Licanto
Lieutenant governor urges Guam decolonization at UN
Lieutenant governor urges Guam decolonization at UN

Lt. Governor Josh Tenorio reports back from his trip to the United NationsHere's more... Chris folder josh 2 352 the US was founded out of colonies and it's not supposed to have colonies and it struggling it doesn't know how to deal with the fact they hav

Chris Barnett
Victor Reyes pleads not guilty to federal drug charges
Victor Reyes pleads not guilty to federal drug charges

A man indicted for possession of five or more grams of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute pleaded not guilty today in federal district court. Victor Abisia Reyes, 43, entered the plea during an arraignment hearing before Magistrate Judge Joaqui

Adriana Cotero
Workshop available for growers interested in agroforestry
Workshop available for growers interested in agroforestry

Growers of all levels as well as agricultural extension specialists, educators, and anyone interested in local food security is welcomed to participate in an agroforest workshop Community members interested in cultivating a farm, homestead, or urban area

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Rags, flammable materials attributed to GRESCO fire
Rags, flammable materials attributed to GRESCO fire

The cause of a fire that took place back in September at the GRESCO warehouse in Agatin which several units from the Guam Fire Department and Navy Fire responded to has been determined. "Our investigators found out that some rags and flammable pieces of m

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Ulitao gives life to fallen da'ok tree
Ulitao gives life to fallen da'ok tree

A group of passionate Guam islanders rediscovering and reviving CHamoru seafaring skills made sure wood from an old fallen tree was put to good use. On Aug. 8, an old tree snapped and fell damaging four cars in the Hagatna Bank of Guam parking lot. Thankf

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Several bills signed into law
Several bills signed into law

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero has signed several more bills into law. The bills include a measure approving changes to the port modernization plan. It scales back the proposed port administration building project by renovating the existing building instead of co

Nestor Licanto
Congressman, governor clash over local war claims payout
Congressman, governor clash over local war claims payout

Last week unleashing frustrations on Facebook to face time at Adelup today. A meeting between Guam Del. Michael San Nicolas and Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero just wrapped up at Adelup. The meeting comes after tensions between the two centering mostly on Adelup's

Sabrina Salas Matanane
Hawaiian Rock manager among others nominated for land boards
Hawaiian Rock manager among others nominated for land boards

Many believe the land and culture are inextricably linked in Guam, and four new appointees to four different boards that deal with land and/or culture appeared for their confirmation hearings today. Vincent Leon Guerrero was nominated to the Historic Pres

Nestor Licanto
Former executive director's assistant testifies in GHURA trial
Former executive director's assistant testifies in GHURA trial

The Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority trial continued this afternoon with witness Millie Taitano questioned heavily by the defense counsel on the minute recordings, emails and published meeting documents. The three defendants in the case, former GH

Adriana Cotero
Local leaders tour live-living firing range, artifacts staging site
Local leaders tour live-living firing range, artifacts staging site

Senators toured the site of the future military live-fire training range with new Joint Region Marianas head Admiral John Menoni and staff. This marks the first tour since human remains were found at the range, and according to Legislative Historic Preser

Chris Barnett
Osen Asano arrested after allegedly assaulting woman
Osen Asano arrested after allegedly assaulting woman

A woman and her children had to flee from a 29-year-old man accused of beating her. Police responded to the incident on Oct. 15 in Tamuning where the woman with her two children told police Osen Asano, also known as Simpey Asano. Asano was allegedly drunk

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JFK student, 20, arrested after allegedly drinking on campus
JFK student, 20, arrested after allegedly drinking on campus

Darwin Jay Fortes, 20, was arrested on Oct. 16 after he was allegedly found with alcohol at John F. Kennedy High School. Court documents state Fortes appeared to be concealing a plastic bottle underneath his sweater. Officers took the bottle, which tested

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Motor Voter registration will require you to vote where you live
Motor Voter registration will require you to vote where you live

For the 2020 election, the Guam Election Commission in conjunctionwith the Division of Motor Vehicles has implemented the Motor Voter registration. GEC Executive Director Maria Pangelinan said as voter information gets updated, it will lead to changes. "O

Chris Barnett