Donna De Jesus

Two men are wanted by police, accused of stealing a car then robbing a tourist.
Chief Economist Gary Hiles gave a positive outlook on Guam's economy, predicting continued growth. 
The prosecution states that Federal compensation given to the victims was sufficient.
Thursday, 08 June 2017 18:05

Bill 50 lapses into law; casinos banned

As of midnight, the bill that bans casino gambling at carnivals and fairs has lapsed into law.
After the heat mayors received for taking trips to the Philippines for strawberry and mango festivals, one mayor says it's more than just "junkets."
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 18:05

Liberation festivities are on

The mayors met this morning to discuss plans for liberation festivities.
Police are on the hunt for a man they arrested last week, who apparently escaped from a hospital without checking out.
A Federal Court judge expressed her disappointment in the government’s lack of proactivity in providing meaningful access to the files.
The annual Tropical Cyclone, Disaster Preparedness and Climate Workshop was held at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort ballroom.
More victims are coming forward and filing child sex abuse lawsuits against the church.