GHURA employees could also be affected by the proposed budget cuts.
The alleged victim said he was punished for bringing food to the retreat that was held at Cocos Island back in 1986.
The only issue at hand is the reimbursement of attorneys' fees.
Four thieves wearing masks and dark clothing broke into an Agana Heights home, terrorizing an adult female resident and her child. 
An online post on a local classified ads group has sparked an investigation by local and federal authorities.
Freshman Senator Louise Muña has introduced a new bill that seeks to aid GovGuam employees who are organ donors.

AK announces Dream Car Art Contest finalists

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
All nine finalists received local prizes and had their artwork sent to Japan for the global competition.
Siblings who were charged with visa fraud and conspiracy to defraud the United States were sentenced in federal court.

Man involved in Linda's and Dededo cockfighting riots arrested again

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
Christian Medina, who entered a plea deal for being involved in riots at the Dededo cockfighting pit and Linda’s Café, was arrested again, this time for family violence.

Former GHURA attorney indicted on Section 8 fraud charges

Monday, 20 March 2017 Written by Janela Carrera
Published in Guam News
Mark S. Smith served as GHURA's legal counsel while he was also a landlord for Section 8 housing.