"Our newsmakers better be ready, because anything they say can be used -- in favor or against them,” says Frank Ishizaki. 

Executive Director announces carnival is "shutting down"

Thursday, 18 May 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
"On behalf of the Mayors Council, I am announcing that we are shutting down not only the carnival, but the casino. We will be cleaning up the Paseo area. That’s going to be my task. People need to understand: there’s no carnival," said Guam Historical Liberation Society Executive Director Heidi Ballendorf.

Speaker Cruz demands Core Tech foot the bill for Simon Sanchez renovation

Thursday, 18 May 2017 Written by Rebecca Elmore
Published in Guam News
Speaker BJ Cruz is alleging Core Tech International’s “clear failure to complete construction” for GDOE breaches their contract with the government of Guam.
The alleged victim says he was only 11 or 12 years old at the time and he begged Father Louis Brouillard to stop, screaming "I think I'm dying."

Smith's attorney pushes for June 6 trial date

Thursday, 18 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
A motion to disqualify Attorney David Lujan as Mark Smith's legal counsel has also been denied.

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.