Businesses urged to complete DOL Disaster Unemployment Survey

Because of the damages and unfortunate work stoppage local business have had to deal with, even if temporary, the Guam Department of Labor and the Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association are circulating a Disaster Unemployment Survey to gauge the specific c

DOA's Ed Birn breaks how $50M is being used for typhoon recovery

The Leon Guerrero Administration is putting to quick use the $50 million in Typhoon Mawar recovery funding authorized by the Guam Legislature last week. The governor issued an executive order on Tuesday, which guides the spending. KUAM News spoke with Dep

Roundtable held for Mawar recovery effort

Senators held a roundtable hearing on the school system’s Typhoon Mawar recovery effort. GDOE's top management and many school principals took a brief pause to update lawmakers and express their concerns. Acting superintendent Dr. Judi Won Pat is ur

Yigo resident says weeks without utilities a life and death situation

Residents struggling without power and water continue to bear the brunt of Typhoon Mawar. For some, like Yigo resident Vicky Patao and her family, the lack of utilities for two weeks now is a life or death situation. She speaks out, sharing frustrations w

First Hawaiian Bank announces deferrals and fee waivers for Guam customers after Typhoon Mawar

First Hawaiian Bank announces deferrals and fee waivers for Guam customers after Typhoon Mawar

First Hawaiian Bank is committed to supporting the residents of Guam in the aftermath of Typhoon Mawar. The impact of the storm has left many in need of assistance, and the bank has implemented financial relief programs. “We understand the importanc

Docomo Pacific network restoration status: June 6

Here's an update on the restoration of your mobile services as of 6/06/2023. ? Newly restored village areas:- Agat - Agat Gym, Old Spanish Bridge- Dededo - NCTAMS, Park's Market, Ritidian, Starts Golf Course- Malojloj - Malojloj 76 Circle K ? Important po

Rev & Tax continues limited services at certain branches

The Department of Revenue & Taxation continues limited services at certain branches. Please take note that this information is subject to change. I. Vehicle Registration A. The Vehicle Registration Branch will be closed through Friday, June 9, 2023. B. Te

Protect appliances from surges, spikes while grid unstable

The Island-Wide Power System remains unstable while the Guam Power Authority continues restoration efforts. Fluctuating voltages and power interruptions continue to occur and are expected for those with power. GPA advises customers to take action to preve

Alternate phone numbers for CPS

Listed phone numbers for certain agencies under the Department of Public Health and Social Services are out of service. The public can contact 671-475-2608/90 to refer child abuse or neglect cases or fax the referral to 671-477-0500. You can also visit th

Air pumps available at 11 Mobil stations

Air pumps open at 11 Mobil service stationsWhile there are currently 18 Mobil stations open for your fueling needs, Mobil is pleased toannounce that 11 stations now have working air pumps to serve you better.The air pumps are available at these 11 station

SNAP households can replace some food lost from typhoon

53.2 percent of power restored

Power restored for 56% of the island

Disaster Unemployment Assistance Program coming

46 percent of power restored

Governor confirms GWA stations tampered with, water conservation executive order forthcoming

The HotSpot

The HotSpot

One Micronesia

One Micronesia

House to Home

House to Home

Weekly Renewal

Weekly Renewal