Timothy Mchenry

Click on the attached file for full coverage of the second day of the November legislative session. 
Biten Keiman is the 16th man deported or removed from Guam through a newly enacted policy from governor Eddie Calvo on foreign convicts.
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 18:04

Medical cannabis bill one step closer to a vote

Tina Muna Barnes says the bill could be voted on by December 2nd. 
Mendiola is the second student at JP Torres to reach out to the media saying the accusations against Fernandez are false. 
You can read the full report on Tuesday’s session attached to the story.
Dr. Eusebio cites email communications between Apuron and another Carmelite nun, Mother Stella Maris which Eusebio says clearly stated the purpose of the $2 million gift.
Police say Richard admitted to punching the victim two times with his right hand on the top of her head.
On Wednesday, GPA confirmed its customer service department fielded concerns from customers over a solar energy company claiming to represent the utility and asking for personal information. 
Tickets are on sale now at Guam Autospot.
 Back in 2011, the Department of Homeland Security replaced the color-coded system with the national terrorist advisory system (NTAS).