Family positively identifies missing fisherman

Friday, 31 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
A positive identification has been made for a fisherman who was last seen reef walking at Ipan Beach Thursday night.
A man is in stable condition after he was stabbed at Hemlani Apartments last night, but the landlord of the apartments has given the tenants less than a week to move out.
Today, marks the first day that the parties met for settlement and this was the first time in several months that the superintendent was present himself. 

Could there be a legislative shutdown Monday?

Friday, 31 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Three lawmakers say a shutdown of the legislature is looming come Monday --a consequence, they argue, of an 11th hour budget proposal from Senator Michael San Nicolas.
Justin Meno, the Department of Corrections detainee found beaten outside his maximum control cell, is still in critical condition after undergoing surgery.

Sen. Joe San Agustin holds hearing for Bill 19

Friday, 31 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The bill seeks to define certain aspects of the RFP that's been a source of contention.
While a recent audit showed the Tumon Attraction Fund’s highest tax collections over a decade, it was not because of Guam’s largest visitor market.
The US Department of Justice is threatening to sue GovGuam for what they believe is violation of the Fair Housing Act.
Prisoners at the SHU are not allowed to spend time outside of their cells together. 

GFD suspends search for missing teen Deondra Borja

Thursday, 30 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
“Overall, our search has been suspended just due to the lack of evidence showing that she’s down there,” GFD Spokesperson Kevin Reily said.