Mar 17, 2015

Hikers find live ordnance on Guam

Authorities on Guam have taken possession of live ammunition, grenades and mortar rounds found by two young hikers. The hikers found the ordnance Monday at Mount Santa Rosa in Yigo and took it to one of their homes nearby. That led to the evacuation ...

Jan 2, 2015

Descendent brings Jesuit skull back to Guam

A descendant of a Spanish Jesuit missionary, who was killed on Guam in 1684, has traveled from Spain to Guam in the spirit of prayer, reconciliation and friendship. Nearly 330 years after a Chamorro uprising killed Father Manuel de Solorzano, his descendant, Manuel Lopez ...

Dec 31, 2014

Guam students to be tested for tuberculosis

Students at five Guam schools who were exposed to a bus driver with tuberculosis will be tested for the disease. The Department of Public Works driver died last week of unknown causes, said Alice Manalo, acting supervisor of Guam Public Health’s TB and Hansen’s ...

Dec 5, 2014

U.S. House clears funds for marine transfer to Guam

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a key defense bill that includes funding for the transfer of about 4,000 marines from Okinawa to Guam. The bill for the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes an outline of defense budget plans, is expected to ...

Nov 27, 2014

Guam attorney general investigating election

Guam’s attorney general is investigating allegations of pre-marked ballots in the general election. The Office of the Attorney General confirmed Wednesday that it received documents from the Guam Election Commission related to the allegations. A precinct officer in Dededo signed an affidavit saying she ...

Jul 18, 2014

Deliberations to begin in Guam fatal rampage

Jurors are expected to begin deliberating in a murder trial against a man accused of killing three Japanese tourists in a crash and stabbing rampage on Guam. Closing arguments ended Thursday with Chad Ryan DeS oto’s public defender reiterating his client’s mental illness. De ...