The Guam Humanities Council will be presenting the second event of the film and discussion series Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle.

Tanguisson Dead Body Case Now a Homicide Investigation

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 Written by
Published in Public Safety
Isak James was found dead in the Tanguisson area last Friday
Guam Election Commission Confirms Receipt of Affidavit
Attorney General's Office Support Bill to Curb Srap Metal Theft

Okinawa Elects Anti U.S. Military Governor

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 Written by
Published in Military
Could Okinawa Elections Affect Guam Buildup?

Secure Our Schools Contract 474 Days Past Deadline

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 Written by
Published in Education
(File Photo) Public Law 32-009 specified a 60 day turnaround after a security study was submitted
iLearn Academy plans to open its doors in January 2015
The Guam Power Authority and Guam Waterworks Authority will be moving into a new home next month --- the $30 million Gloria B. Nelson Public Service Complex in backroad Mangilao.
The jury unanimously found John Castro, the man accused of beating his girlfriend's 23 month old daughter to death earlier this year, not guilty on all charges.

Clear Skies till Wednesday Night

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 Written by
Published in Weather
Relatively clear skies will persist till Wednesday night according to the National Weather Service statement.