U.S. Navy conducts underwater bomb training

Thursday, 18 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
When the all-clear was given, a total of five pounds of explosives were detonated on sandy ocean floor, causing barely a ripple on the water's surface.  

Good Samaritan students honored for heroic act

Thursday, 18 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
“At some point, everyone will be faced with a difficult choice – to help someone in danger or to look the other way and simply hope for the best,” said Sen. Biscoe Lee during the presentation.
GPD says they will now look into allegations of drugs and any other illegal or prohibited items on school campuses.
The Guam Memorial Hospital's new assistant medical director shared heartfelt stories about some of the patients she's treated in the short time she's been with GMH.
Last week, construction began on what is to be a casino at this year’s Liberation Carnival grounds in Paseo, which sparked an uproar from anti-gambling groups.
The Guam Education Board is requesting the Guam legislature to identify $1,012,000.00 to repair needs of Simon Sanchez High School.

Man arrested in Chalan Pago home burglary

Wednesday, 17 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Police obtained a search warrant and recovered two stolen firearms from the suspect.
The methamphetamine was strapped to Leung's legs as he tried to clear customs at the Guam airport.
Dr. Coran Watanabe, shares the exciting discoveries for cancer prevention study.

McNinch refiles complaint against UOG

Wednesday, 17 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Although the defendant listed in the complaint is UOG, the complaint specifically addresses the Union President Dr. Donald Platt.