Governor Calvo appointed Castro to serve as the point-of-contact for the US Coral Reef Task Force in 2015 but he continued to serve the position even after he was elected into office.

Peeping tom caught in hotel restroom

Friday, 21 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
23-year-old Valvano Alexander Erwin was arrested for using his cell phone to try to record a woman using the restroom.
Police say the parent was intoxicated at the time he allegedly made the threats.

$21.4M in tax refunds to go out for returns up to Jan. 30

Friday, 21 April 2017 Written by Janela Carrera
Published in Guam News
About 5,300 checks are going out in the mail.

Saipan Rep. says Sen. Espaldon must have "flawed telepathy"

Friday, 21 April 2017 Written by Rebecca Elmore
Published in Guam News
Saipan Representative Ed Propst told Bob Klitzkie on K-57’s “Tall Tales” that the senator must have some sort of “flawed telepathy” to know enough about the procurement deal without knowing that his former chief of staff was involved.

Guam Guard recognized for contributing to Hospital Entrance Beautification Project

Friday, 21 April 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo and the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association gave special recognition to the Guam Army National Guard for helping to clean up GMH.

Docomo Pacific unveils TiVo in their ONE quad bundles

Friday, 21 April 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
Docomo Pacific unveiled their new “ONE” quad bundle service plans, which include a new way for Guam residents to experience digital television — TiVo.
Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, April 22.

Suspect dead, cop injured in game room robbery shootout

Thursday, 20 April 2017 Written by Phillip Leon Guerrero
Published in Guam News
While the suspect died at the scene, the officer's condition has not been disclosed.

Federal government files motion to remove David Lujan as Mark Smith's legal counsel

Thursday, 20 April 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
The legal counsels for former GHURA Attorney Mark Smith and his friend Glen Wong are getting impatient with the federal government's delay on providing discovery for the housing fraud case.