Donna De Jesus

Thursday, 13 April 2017 18:03

Adelup hopes to pay tax refunds by May 31

The Calvo Administration, due to advantageous market conditions, wants to pay out $75 million in refunds from a bill to float a line of credit by the end of May.
For the first time, Guam's Capuchin Franciscan Order has been named as a culpable party.
Arguments were heard today on whether or not evidence of prior bad acts can be included in UOG professor Michael Ehlert's July trial.
After Winner Gameroom was robbed Tuesday night, police are hoping the public can help identify the suspects’ vehicle.
April is Autism Awareness Month, and the community is already showing a lot of support by pledging to wear and light it up blue.
Retired Saipan Bishop Tomas Camacho wants the charges against him to be dismissed because nearly 50 years have passed since the alleged incident.
Island Eye Center has just brought in brand-new equipment to offer the most advanced visual corrective procedures.
Steven Daniel Scroggs was found responsible for one out of three robberies that occurred near Tumon hotels over the past week.
Monday, 10 April 2017 18:09

Ehlert trial moved to July

After the defense filed a motion to dismiss Ehlert's indictments, his trial was moved from April to July.
A 32-year-old man tried to blame “Chuukese love potion” for why he habitually raped a girl since she was 7 years old, according to authorities.