Republican Senator Jim Espaldon introduced legislation to name the GVB building in Tumon after “Mr. Tourism.”
The two "gunmen" were possibly "hunters," according to GDOE.
Acting Governor Ray Tenorio points to a section in the Organic Act that could indicate the TRAN bill actually passed during special session last week.

30-year sentence stands for ex-cop David Manila

Thursday, 11 May 2017 Written by
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Former cop, David Manila, did not make a statement to the court in his sentencing hearing today, but his 30-year sentence still stands.
Inland Builders is seeking $856,000 in damages caused by delays to the project.
An audit from the Office of Public Accountability reveals The Department of Chamorro Affairs closed FY2016 with a net loss of $180K.

American Idol makes its comeback on ABC

Thursday, 11 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
After 15 highly-successful seasons, the epitome of reality singing competitions was taken off the air.
This weekend is your last chance to catch the Guam Symphony Society perform in the 50th Anniversary season.
2017 Mom Prom tickets are $35 and mom gets in for free.
It has now been revealed that a stolen firearm used during the lethal shootout of Steven Seagraves belongs to former police officer, Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio.