Man charged with possessing child pornography released to his family
A man who faces federal charges for receiving child pornography will be home for the holidays. On Friday morning, Joseph B. Pangelinan, Jr. was released to family and placed on electronic monitoring on the condition he stay off the Internet and away from children. Federal court documents show the al
23 November 2017, 7:29 pm
End of DFS-airport legal battle could be near
The long-running legal battle between DFS and the Guam International Airport Authority over a lucrative retail concession contract could be nearing its final stages. The court next week will hear motions by the airport to try and end the litigation.
23 November 2017, 5:50 pm
Feral pigs will be removed from Naval Base Guam property
Getting a handle on the feral pig population, Naval Base Guam confirming the start of a cooperative agreement with non-profit conservation organization, White Buffalo Inc. This project, which runs from now through May of next year, will work to remove all non-native feral pigs from the base property
23 November 2017, 4:40 pm
How the Agana race riots shaped modern race relations
Of all places Guam, and of all times Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. But that's where and when the tragic riots unfolded. Writer Carla Smith was researching her thesis on the contributions of African Americans in Guam, when she learned of the incidents from University of Guam president
23 November 2017, 4:34 pm
Bank of Guam merges Santa Cruz branch with Hagatna HQ
On Tuesday, Bank of Guam celebrated the merging of the Santa Cruz branch with their headquarters in Hagatna. After more than 40 years, a time capsule that was buried at the Bank in 1975 was unveiled and is now on display. The last day of the Santa Cruz Branch operations is Monday December 11, 2017.
22 November 2017, 5:00 pm
DOE schools closed for Black Friday
Just as a reminder - Friday the 24th has been declared a Government of Guam holiday by Governor Eddie Calvo. There will be no classes held for any of the island's public schools. Classes will resume on Monday.
22 November 2017, 3:00 pm
Young woman dead after Yigo crash
A woman, 20, is dead after a serious crash in Yigo early Thursday. It happened along Route 15 near the Church of Christ around 4:21 am. Police responded to the scene where a man driving a 1991 Toyota Hilux lost control of the pickup truck and ran off the road. Investigators say it appears he h
22 November 2017, 2:28 pm
Salvation Army aiming to raise $70K from kettle bells this year
While you're out at the stores shopping on Black Friday or throughout this holiday season, why not give a little to the Salvation Army? Black Friday also marks their Kettle Kickoff at the Agana Shopping Center. Corps Commander Captain Thomas Stambaugh says they have a $70,000 goal. All the money, st
22 November 2017, 8:00 am