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Outburst nearly gets 2 senators tossed from Port public hearing
Outburst nearly gets 2 senators tossed from Port public hearing

It all took place during a public hearing on Sen. Telena Nelson's bill to remove the specific funding caps on projects paid for through a $71 million first-ever port bond floated in 2018. Port General Manager Rory Respicio says doing so will give them the

Police still searching for Louis Julian San Nicolas wanted for questioning
Police still searching for Louis Julian San Nicolas wanted for questioning

Three of the four people wanted for questioning relative to several ongoing investigations have been located by the Guam Police Department. As we reported on Friday, GPD's criminal investigation division sought the public's assistance in tracking down: Ne

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Public Health officials watching hospital cases to determine surge
Public Health officials watching hospital cases to determine surge

We’re not in a surge, but if the increase in cases continues, we will be. Public Health Surveillance Branch Director Vince Campo gave the rundown of when the island moves into another surge. "What we are seeing is one of our triggers actually went a

Daniel Perez
Chris 'Malafunkshun' Barnett, Therese Terlaje among last day filers
Chris 'Malafunkshun' Barnett, Therese Terlaje among last day filers

On the day of the deadline to file bid for Decision 2022, the Guam Election Commission received more packets from public office hopefuls Tuesday morning. According to the GEC website, five additional filers are now official candidates for the 37th Guam Le

Isaiah Aguon
Widow just wanted husband's killer to finish out sentence
Widow just wanted husband's killer to finish out sentence

On Friday, the guam parole board denied the early release of charmi retuyan. Retuyan is currently serving a 20-year jail sentence for the death of guam police department sgt. Frankie e. Smith. For retuyan, the denial has her finishing the five years she h

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Motion for mistrial made in suruhanu's rape trial
Motion for mistrial made in suruhanu's rape trial

By Hannah D'Avanzo KUAM News Kobe Onedera For KUAM News Could there be grounds for a mistrial? It’s only day 3 of Frank James San Nicolas's trial in Superior Court and a motion for mistrial was filed by the defense. As KUAM News Reported San Nicolas

Opportunity abounds at Guam Plaza Resort and Spa's recruitment drive
Opportunity abounds at Guam Plaza Resort and Spa's recruitment drive

By Noah Maravilla, for KUAM News Over 50 island residents applied for a job at the Guam Plaza Resort and Spa's recruitment drive this morning. A local hotel is searching for new job applicants to support them, now that there are no COVID-19 restrictions,

House Speaker Pelosi shares message on Guam's War Survivor's Remembrance Day
House Speaker Pelosi shares message on Guam's War Survivor's Remembrance Day

This year's War Survivors Remembrance Day was launched with a flag-raising ceremony Tuesday morning at the legislature. The event commemorates those who suffered atrocities by Japanese forces during the World War II occupation of Guam from Dec. 11, 1941 t

Nestor Licanto
Dismissal motions considered in CNMI AG's case against governor
Dismissal motions considered in CNMI AG's case against governor

Over in the Northern Marianas, motions to dismiss the criminal charges brought by the attorney general against Governor Ralph Torres were heard in Superior Court Thursday afternoon. Those charges mirror the articles of impeachment that failed to pass the

Thomas Manglona
Hospitalizations down slightly, but 181 more cases confirmed
Hospitalizations down slightly, but 181 more cases confirmed

Another 181 COVID-19 cases were reported today by the Joint Information Center from 1,178 specimens collected on June 28. Of the new cases, 19 were reported by the Department of Defense. The number of hospitalizations have decreased as there are now 15 re

Daniel Perez
Fernandez's last day on the job at GDOE will be this Friday
Fernandez's last day on the job at GDOE will be this Friday

It appears Jon Fernandez's last day on the job as superintendent for the Guam Department of Education is this Friday.

Isaiah Aguon
84-year-old woman's death mark's island's 372nd COVID-related fatality, 129 new virus cases reported
84-year-old woman's death mark's island's 372nd COVID-related fatality, 129 new virus cases reported

Somber news as the Joint Information Center reports another death today. The 372nd COVID-related fatality occurred at the Guam Regional Medical City on June 22. The patient was an 84-year-old female, fully vaccinated and boosted, with underlying health co

Daniel Perez
GDOE PATH MiFi users to lose service while provider sought
GDOE PATH MiFi users to lose service while provider sought

The Guam Department of Education says effective Friday, July 1, internet services for students/families who were issued PATH MiFi devices will be discontinued as GDOE seeks out another provider. Services will be discontinued for approximately one week. On

Joan Aguon Charfauros
Judge Quan recuses himself from retired cop's terrorizing case
Judge Quan recuses himself from retired cop's terrorizing case

In Superior Court, Magistrate Judge Jonathan Quan disqualified himself from retired Lt. Jojo Garcia’s criminal case as they previously worked together at the Guam Police Department. On Nov. 11, 2021, Garcia allegedly threatened to commit a crime of

Hannah D'Avanzo
Hearing held for bill to cap profits for fuel companies
Hearing held for bill to cap profits for fuel companies

Gas companies were a no-show today at a hearing on a Senator Clynt Ridgell's bill to put a 20 percent cap on their profits. The policymaker says he introduced the measure after learning through national reports that while consumers are weighed down by rec

Nestor Licanto
Suruhanu's son 'shocked' upon hearing victim was raped
Suruhanu's son 'shocked' upon hearing victim was raped

He’s described to be a serial rapist and dangerous predator according to Assistant Attorney General Richelle Canto. In a cold windowless courtroom in Hagatna, day two of the trial for suruhanu and former Port Authority of Guam police officer, Frank

Hannah D'Avanzo
Couches, paint, plumbing items among trash found at cemetery illegal dump site
Couches, paint, plumbing items among trash found at cemetery illegal dump site

It was an event to clean up one of the island’s oldest cemeteries, and according to the Department of Parks and Recreation, it went well. On June 11, the Guam Coral Reef Initiative partnered with the the agency to clean up the illegal trash and othe

Daniel Perez
Salas Matanane sticking with San Nicolas
Salas Matanane sticking with San Nicolas

Will she stay or will she go? That’s the question many have asked about the candidate for lieutenant governor Sabrina Salas Matanane after the U.S. House Ethics Committee released a watershed report on her running mate for governor Del. Michael San

Thomas Manglona