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DOE HQ left in the dark due to unpaid power bill
DOE HQ left in the dark due to unpaid power bill

The hum of a generator could be heard outside DOE's headquarters - the consequence of a delinquent bill that left employees in the dark.

DYA teachers have special responsibilities
DYA teachers have special responsibilities

It's not your typical school day, but the Department of Youth Affairs educates hundreds of children every year.

September 11th, 12:03 PM ChST
Guam State Clearinghouse secures GovGuam's federal grants
Guam State Clearinghouse secures GovGuam's federal grants

The Guam State Clearinghouse is gearing up to obtain as much federal grants available to help bolster services throughout the island.

September 11th, 9:52 AM ChST
Animal cruelty caught on social media
Animal cruelty caught on social media

"It looks like both legs are broken and he's going to have a major surgery right now," stated Alfredo Bustamante of his pit bull, Rex.

September 11th, 4:59 PM ChST
Explore the recently-discovered latte village in Ritidian
Explore the recently-discovered latte village in Ritidian

Located in a closed part of the Ritidian Wildlife Refuge, not many have access to the rediscovered 15 home latte village that dates back to the 1600s. 

September 11th, 5:14 PM ChST
New legislation extends ban on public smoking
New legislation extends ban on public smoking

Families and public health officials joined together this afternoon to support legislation that would expand stronger protections from smoking in public places.

September 11th, 4:20 PM ChST
GPD arrests five for rush hour riot
GPD arrests five for rush hour riot

"This is one particular incident where social media worked to our advantage," stated Police Chief Joseph Cruz,

September 11th, 4:28 PM ChST
Guam remembers 9/11
Guam remembers 9/11

14 years may have passed, but we still remember.

September 11th, 3:37 PM ChST
School resource officers are keeping the peace on campus
School resource officers are keeping the peace on campus

With recent school riots and fight videos, parents may be comforted to know that law enforcement personnel are present at school campuses.

September 10th, 4:41 PM ChST
CLTC's commercial lease policies still up for debate
CLTC's commercial lease policies still up for debate

After two decades, does the Chamorro Land Trust Commission finally have the rules in place to issue out commercial leases?

September 10th, 4:24 PM ChST
New hospital inks deal with SelectCare
New hospital inks deal with SelectCare

There's been a big step forward for the Guam Regional Medical Center in boosting its potential patient base.

September 10th, 3:13 PM ChST by Nestor Licanto
Guam adopts chemical castration for sex offenders
Guam adopts chemical castration for sex offenders

Guam has joined seven other jurisdictions in the nation and is the only US territory to adopt chemical castration for sex offenders.

September 9th, 4:44 PM ChST
DOE testing district-wide accreditation
DOE testing district-wide accreditation

Guam is pioneering a new form of accreditation that has piqued the interest of other school districts throughout the nation. 

September 9th, 4:33 PM ChST
GPA details plan to avoid loadshedding
GPA details plan to avoid loadshedding

GPA and the CCU remain confident that they can prevent a repeat of the loadshedding blues of the 1990s.

September 9th, 4:26 PM ChST by Nestor Licanto
Will CEO's resignation mean better contract for United staffers?
Will CEO's resignation mean better contract for United staffers?

United CEO Jeff Smisek resigned in connection with a federal corruption probe. The development is not expected to impact local operations.

September 9th, 1:37 PM ChST by Nestor Licanto
Loadshedding implemented for first time since mid-90s
Loadshedding implemented for first time since mid-90s

It's been a week since an explosion and major fire shut down the Guam Power Authority's most efficient base load units. And as a result, power customers experienced the first of its impact with loadshedding over this past weekend.

September 8th, 4:27 PM ChST
Discovered Ritidian village is link to Guam's past
Discovered Ritidian village is link to Guam's past

You may have heard of an ancient latte village that came to life after its discovery late last year. This and other heritage sites will be featured at a University of Guam seminar tomorrow that features Chamorro heritage, history, and culture.  Dr. Mike Carson says the recently discovered ancient latte village at Ritidian is the closest thing to seeing what ancient Chamorro civilization was actually like."What's so special about this is it's so nicely preserved of a whole vil...

September 8th, 4:01 PM ChST
New type of coconut rhino beetle on the move
New type of coconut rhino beetle on the move

A recent discovery has Pacific entomologists concerned about how to proceed in eradication efforts of the coconut rhinoceros beetle.

September 8th, 3:50 PM ChST
Workforce training center for disabled in planning
Workforce training center for disabled in planning

For almost a decade, the GCA Trades Academy has offered a variety of training programs to empower the region's workforce.

September 7th, 11:48 AM ChST
Exhibit highlights amazing art of Africa
Exhibit highlights amazing art of Africa

Many of us dream of going on an African safari and seeing the beauty and art of Africa first-hand. Now you can get a taste, right here at home.

September 7th, 11:15 AM ChST
Shocking video shows dead dog being prepared as a meal
Shocking video shows dead dog being prepared as a meal

While there are no local laws prohibiting residents from eating dogs, it's how the animal is killed that could possibly result in a felony charge.

September 4th, 9:23 AM ChST
Educating Guamanians on island's political is top priority
Educating Guamanians on island's political is top priority

A few years ago it stood at over 900 names and today the Decolonization Registry has grown to thousands. And efforts continue to not only populate the registry but educate the community on the need to address the island's political status.

September 4th, 9:22 AM ChST
E-ticketing streamlines process of issuing driver citations
E-ticketing streamlines process of issuing driver citations

You're behind the wheel when a police car signals you to pull over. Whatever the violation, motorists can be advised the overall process can be expedited thanks to e-ticketing.

September 4th, 9:28 AM ChST
Man caught smuggling contraband into jail
Man caught smuggling contraband into jail

It looks like 35-year-old Jonathan Peter Ninete could face additional time behind bars.

September 4th, 4:54 PM ChST
USNS Mercy pulls into port on Guam
USNS Mercy pulls into port on Guam

Hundreds of soldiers saw United States soil for the first time in months as the USNS Mercy made port at  Naval Base Guam.

September 4th, 3:55 PM ChST
AG looking for creative ways to help crime victims
AG looking for creative ways to help crime victims

$1.1 million. That's more than double what Guam typically receives in federal aid for crime victims services.

September 4th, 3:09 PM ChST