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  • Man dies in Anigua auto-pedestrian crash

    Man dies in Anigua auto-pedestrian crash

    The Guam Police Department has blocked off parts of Marine Corps Drive in Anigua as it investigates a fatal auto pedestrian incident in Anigua. The incident occurred just before 7:30pm on Monday...

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  • Viral photo sparks cultural awareness conversation

    Viral photo sparks cultural awareness conversation

    Many in our island community called a specific image involving a latte stone downright disrespectful. So much so that the concern about it forced the poster of the image to publicly apologize. The...

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  • GPD: No retaliatory transfers

    GPD: No retaliatory transfers

    KUAM confirms GPD transfers that may have been in retaliation for the Lt. Governor's gun grab incident have been put on ice - for now. KUAM confirming planned transfers of all Sergeants and...

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  • Morgan Hale caught in social video attacking cop

    Morgan Hale caught in social video attacking cop

    A video circulating on social media shows Guam police officers making an arrest after responding to a disturbance in Tamuning Sunday night. Morgan Hale is charged with two counts of assault on a...

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  • Defense may attempt to discredit victim in Peregrine San Nicolas case

    Defense may attempt to discredit victim in Peregrine San Nicolas case

    He's charged with sexually assaulting a student on campus, but defense thinks they can discredit the victim. Bishop Baumgartner Memorial School teacher Peregrine San Nicolas appeared in court on...

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  • Former hospital administrator files whistleblower complaint

    Former hospital administrator files whistleblower complaint

    A former GMH administrator who resigned last Thursday citing a hostile work environment, has filed a whistleblower complaint with the Civil Service Commission. Dr. Kozue Shimabukuro was an...

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  • Will speaker's bills pass?

    Will speaker's bills pass?

    The battle over tax increases takes center stage again at the legislature. A public hearing is scheduled for this afternoon on a pair of "revenue enhancement" bills by Speaker Benjamin Cruz to...

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  • Guam's Trae Santos wins Frontier League home run derby

    Guam's Trae Santos wins Frontier League home run derby

    Huge shout out to Guam's Trae Santos for winning the Home Run Derby at this year's Frontier League All-Star Game held in Missouri. After taking some time off from the game, Santos is back on the...

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  • 130 public health complaints under investigation

    130 public health complaints under investigation

    If you've noticed some unsanitary practices while dining out...well, you're not alone. Public Health currently has 130 complaints under investigation. The department's Division of Environmental...

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  • Increase in demand creates four more Guam-Japan flights

    Increase in demand creates four more Guam-Japan flights

    There are more signs that the Japanese tourism market may be picking up. Citing an increase in demand, United Airlines is restoring four weekly 737-flights between Guam and Nagoya from December to...

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  • Algae threatens island's tourism capital

    Algae threatens island's tourism capital

    If you've been in Tumon lately you may have noticed a buildup of green algae, the situation has prompted GovGuam to launch a cleanup to ensure it doesn't become an even larger problem. Carmela...

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  • Man leads high-speed chase with children in car

    Man leads high-speed chase with children in car

    A 40 year old man is accused of leading police on a high speed chase through Dededo with two children inside the car. Alfred Heypwo Elias is charged with two counts of child abuse along with a...

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  • Volunteers clean Tumon Bay of invasive algae

    Volunteers clean Tumon Bay of invasive algae

    The Guam Visitors Bureau, Guam Department of Agriculture and volunteers held a cleanup in the waters of Tumon Bay on Sunday morning. However, it was a different kind of clean up as volunteers were...

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  • GFD: Shark attack false alarm

    GFD: Shark attack false alarm

    Hikers at Pagat reported a human body being eaten by a shark, but it was a false alarm. KUAM News confirms hikers in the Pagat area phoned in a report of a person in the waters off Pagat, and that...

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  • AG: 12 Barrigada Heights leases should be voided

    AG: 12 Barrigada Heights leases should be voided

    ?The Office of the Attorney General has completed its civil review of Chamorro Land Trust leases issued in the controversial Barrigada Heights area. While some may have been expecting an...

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  • Senators meet briefly on governor's veto

    Senators meet briefly on governor's veto

    A last-minute call to session to take action on Governor Eddie Calvo's veto of the sales tax bill was scrapped shortly after it began.

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  • GTA employees remember their late colleague and friend Jose Blas, Jr.

    GTA employees remember their late colleague and friend Jose Blas, Jr.

    A local telecom company is honoring the memory of their fallen colleague and friend. Jose Blas, Jr. was one of two people killed following that serious crash in Sinajana this week. The GTA...

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  • GEC expects high voter turnout this year

    GEC expects high voter turnout this year

    The Guam Election Commission held a regular meeting today as preparations for Decision 2018 already underway at the GEC. Absentee ballots sent out and discussion centering around feeding the...

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  • Charter school's renewal was legal, says AG

    Charter school's renewal was legal, says AG

    ?The vote to renew Guahan Academy Charter School was legal, according to the Office of the Attorney General who issued an opinion on the matter saying even though GACS doesn't meet a requirement...

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  • DOE urges lawmakers to make education a top priority

    DOE urges lawmakers to make education a top priority

    Keep education a top priority, according to the Guam Education Board who passed a resolution warning lawmakers that if budget shortfalls continue cuts could impact education operations, including...

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