Reducing the cost of controlling brown tree snakes
According to estimates, there are more brown tree snakes on Guam than people - 2 million, according to samplings. And while they've devastated the island's forest bird population, officials haven't lost hope. They now know what control methods work. Today, they're working to bring the cost of these
24 November 2017, 7:00 am
UOG forum discusses North Korean threat
North Korea made national headlines, saying they had nuclear missiles to attack Guam. In an effort to have a public discussion with island leaders, UOG students held a forum on Tuesday.
24 November 2017, 7:00 am
Chief judge orders parties to appear for solid waste transition
The long-awaited transfer of the solid waste system may take longer than expected. District court judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood issued an order late Friday calling all parties to appear at a hearing next month to argue whether the formal transition should be extended past the&
23 November 2017, 11:18 pm
Adelup wants public hearing for hospital bills
Two pieces of proposed legislation that aren't on the next session agenda are Bills 141 and 142. The administration is making yet another attempt to get lawmakers to have those measures go up for a public hearing. Governor Calvo submitted both five months ago: One to authorize a $125 million b
23 November 2017, 10:54 pm
Chamorro history book debuting this weekend
Laura Torres Souder, also known as Auntie Lo, wrote the book Kiko's Adventure on the Magic Flying Proa with Kiko, her 7-year-old grandnephew. It's a story about Chamorro history that will make its debut at the Guam Museum tomorrow.
23 November 2017, 10:30 pm
Thousands flock island stores for Black Friday deals
The holiday season is officially in full swing, proof on a day like today where we saw sales in stores and online targeting those wanting to get their Christmas lists checked off early. And thousands of island residents passed on Thanksgiving dinner to load up on the stocking stuffers instead.
23 November 2017, 9:50 pm
Flu vaccination services available for island veterans
Important news for our island veterans: the Guam VA will be holding several flu vaccination outreaches at various areas of the island in the coming weeks. To be eligible, veterans must be registered with the Guam Community-Based Outreach Clinic and possess a valid ID card or other form of identifica
23 November 2017, 9:35 pm
Airport activity picks up thanks to holiday travelers
Today, is a time many are spending probably finishing up those Thanksgiving leftovers. Others braving the crowds for those steals and deals at the stores. But, it's also a day when holiday traveling at the airport picks up.
23 November 2017, 9:23 pm
Did ancient Chamorros really wear the sinahi?
It's a popular piece of jewelry for locals and those abroad missing home. But, were these clam pendants really worn by ancient Chamorro? One local researcher shares her findings on the Marianas Sinahi as part of an ongoing lecture series at the Micronesian Area Research Center.
23 November 2017, 9:18 pm
WSTCO files suit against GEDA, Ancestral Lands Commission
Local company WSTCO files a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Ancestral Lands Commission and the Administrator of GEDA. The suit stems from the breach of a lease agreement for 10 acres of ALC land in Radio, Barrigada where a slaughterhouse was to be built.
23 November 2017, 7:39 pm