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  • Tax Commission meeting held

    Tax Commission meeting held

    The first official Tax Commission meeting of 2017 was held at the Department of Revenue & Taxation today. One major topic of discussion was the possibility of delinking taxes from the federal...

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  • Bill allows islanders to defend themselves at home, in a yard, or in a car

    Bill allows islanders to defend themselves at home, in a yard, or in a car

    With the concern over the rise in violent crimes, senators have introduced a "stand your ground" provision that would amend current law to allow people to defend themselves anywhere they have a...

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  • Port officials defend capital improvement bond

    Port officials defend capital improvement bond

    Port officials appeared Wednesday before the legislative transportation committee for an informational hearing on a proposed bond to fund capital improvements. 

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  • Track your home's power usage on the web

    Track your home's power usage on the web

    School's out, the kids are home, and the heat is scorching - so you may have noticed a - or large - bump in your power bill. And in this instance your best bet to manage utilities like power,...

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  • Red tide returns to Tumon Bay

    Red tide returns to Tumon Bay

    Some call it the blood of San Vitores, others possible runoff in Tumon Bay - but according the Guam Environmental Protection Agency spokesperson Nic Lee, the red or brownish tide seen along Tumon...

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  • Liberation Carnival begins tonight...with fireworks!

    Liberation Carnival begins tonight...with fireworks!

    The Liberation Day Carnival is set to begin this evening starting at 6pm. Kicking off the festivities - the crowning of Santa Rita resident 18-year-old Queen Kaemiha Concepcion Muna, this year's...

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  • Coffee with A Cop program heads north

    Coffee with A Cop program heads north

    What're the most pressing issues when it comes to public safety? That will vary depending on who you ask and where they live. The Coffee with a Cop program headed north today in what's become a...

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  • Parishes hurting, leaving chancery to foot the bill

    Parishes hurting, leaving chancery to foot the bill

    We're all in this together  - that's the message from today's press conference hosted by the Archdiocese of Agana. Today they made sense of the numbers that show the Church is in the red with its...

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  • Mark Torre, Jr. objects to having to pay restitution

    Mark Torre, Jr. objects to having to pay restitution

    Just three days before ex-cop Mark Torre Jr. is set to self-surrender at the Department of Corrections, and now a new court filing states Torre Jr. is objecting to paying restitution other than...

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  • Rev and Tax hopes to fill vacancies to decrease wait times

    Rev and Tax hopes to fill vacancies to decrease wait times

    They are the agency that handles tax refunds, driver's licenses and more...  The Department of Rev and Tax today went before lawmakers for its budget hearing requesting almost $14 million for...

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  • Three more suits claim sex abuse by clergy members

    Three more suits claim sex abuse by clergy members

    Three other lawsuits have been filed in the Superior Court of Guam for clergy sex abuse.

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  • Calvo introduces bills to fund GMH improvements by raising business privilege tax

    Calvo introduces bills to fund GMH improvements by raising business privilege tax

    With two new bills intended to improve services and finances - the Guam Memorial Hospital may be getting some much-needed repairs.  On Monday, Governor Eddie Calvo introduced bills 141 and 142,...

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  • Liberation Carnival opens on Wednesday night!

    Liberation Carnival opens on Wednesday night!

    Get ready for the food, games and nightly entertainment - the time has come to celebrate the island's 73rd Liberation festivities! The Governor's Office today confirming things will kick off...

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  • GPD launching Operation PEACE

    GPD launching Operation PEACE

    In an effort to stay ahead of crime throughout the island, Guam police today announces the start of Operation P.E.A.C.E - Police Enforcement Against Criminal Elements.

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  • Restoration complete after French military vessel damages coral reef

    Restoration complete after French military vessel damages coral reef

    Reef restoration efforts have finally been completed after a French military vessel ran aground in May. A 21-meter "grounding scar" on the coral reef...that's what was left after a military vessel...

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  • No settlement progress means sex abuse cases will proceed

    No settlement progress means sex abuse cases will proceed

    Dozens of clergy sex abuse cases will proceed in the District Court of Guam, according to federal Judge Joaquin Manibusan. During a status hearing on Tuesday, the judge stated he wishes to move...

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  • DOCOMO Pacific introduces 4G LTE service in Saipan

    DOCOMO Pacific introduces 4G LTE service in Saipan

    DOCOMO Pacfiic says its customers in the CNMI will now have access to even faster mobile download speeds.

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  • Lee, Rodriguez outline plans for rules committee

    Lee, Rodriguez outline plans for rules committee

    It's been several weeks now since Senator Mike San Nicolas says he accomplished his goals, passed the torch, and stepped down as chairman for the Committee on Rules. And the two senators appointed...

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  • Senator Aguon's bill would give local businesses a tax credit

    Senator Aguon's bill would give local businesses a tax credit

    With the hopes of increasing production of locally made goods and services, Senator Frank B. Aguon Jr. has introduced legislation giving these businesses a tax credit. The 25% tax credit would...

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  • Apparent counterfeit incident in Asan

    Apparent counterfeit incident in Asan

    A local and federal investigation is underway into an apparent counterfeit incident in Asan.  It happened on Sunday around 10:32 am at the Bay Dollar Mart, Guam Police Department spokesperson...

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