Details released in fake child abduction story

Friday, 13 January 2017 Written by
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James Niosy allegedly called police a second time in which he lied about his daughter being in the vehicle at the time it was stolen.
The victim told police that she pretended to be asleep while Cruz assaulted her and later cried herself to sleep.

Japan Defense Minister visits Guam

Friday, 13 January 2017 Written by
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Tomami Inada is the defense minister for Japan.

Big John Tedtaotao, the Carabao Man, dies

Friday, 13 January 2017 Written by
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Big John Tedtaotao offered free rides on his carabao "Betsy" at Fort Soledad in Umatac.
Patti Arroyo was also presented with a legislative certificate during the taping of her 100th episode. 

Tumon Sands Plaza opens lounge for visitors

Friday, 13 January 2017 Written by
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The Tumon Sands Plaza has added a place for visitors to relax while enjoying their luxurious shopping experience.
Trench Fest is back, bringing big names in Reggae music to the Guam Greyhound Park in Tamuning.
Bill 7 aims to repair some of the island's worst roads by securing $2 million worth of the general funds. 
Liberty Concepcion argued that he was acting in self-defense at the time the fight broke out last October.
Senator Tom Ada's Bill 411 has been vetoed by the Governor; Governor's official response attached.