A report commissioned on customs and border security.
Guam – The University of Guam has unveiled an exciting, new opportunity for the media professionals of tomorrow. The Jon A. Anderson Journalism Scholarship was launched this afternoon, as friends and family gathered to remember the legacy of an incomparable community leader. “Guam needs truth-tellers and truth-seekers. The Jon A. Anderson Journalism Scholarship is our […]
New bills introduced on parity for power rates and GVB membership.
Interview between Patti Arroyo and Mayor Louise Rivera, Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon, about a meeting for the village neighborhood watch being held at the Tamuning Community Center this evening at 7 pm. They then talked about the illegal dump site on the road near Home Depot. They also talked about Bill 33-35 which would replace the Mayors Council […]
Introducing a new bill to bring back games of chance to the Liberation Carnival.
Interview between Patti Arroyo and Father Mike Crisostomo about the annual March for Life being held today at 4pm in Hagatna. They then talked about the Arch Diocese of Hagatna declare bankruptcy this week.
The state of public facilities on the island.
The newly appointed Chief of the Guam Police Department.
The Guam Community College partners with the Guam Department of Education with new labs.