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Guam News

VIDEO: DOE Defends $298.8M Budget Request

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Guam - The Guam Department of Education defend its $298.8 Million budget request for Fiscal Year 2015 and the need for additional funds to carry them through the current fiscal year.

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VIDEO: GMH Administrator Verga - "Miracles Are Running Short"

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Guam - Guam Memorial Hospital is once again facing a fiscal crisis.

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GWA: Lane Closures North Bound Marine Corps Drive Through Hagatna SATURDAY, 9am-5pm

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Guam - The Guam Waterworks Authority advises motorists that the north bound inner and center lane on Marine Corps Drive in front of the Bank of Hawaii will be closed Saturday, July 26th from 9am and 5pm.

Read more: GWA: Lane Closures North Bound Marine Corps Drive Through Hagatna SATURDAY, 9am-5pm

   

Day 5 of Deliberations, Still No Verdict in DeSoto Trial

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Guam - The jury in the DeSoto murder trial is now in its 5th day of jury deliberations but still no verdict has been reached.

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VIDEO: Guam Election Commission Begins Printing Ballots

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Guam - The Guam Election Commission confirmed that they have begun printing ballots for the upcoming primary election on August 30th. Maria Pangelinan, GEC Executive Director, added that absentee ballots have already been printed as well. Disabled persons are allowed to visit the GEC office starting from July 31st to vote.

Read more: VIDEO: Guam Election Commission Begins Printing Ballots

   

SPC: Condition of Bigeye Tuna in the Western and Central Pacific Worsening

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Noumea, New Caledonia - (SPC) - The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) this week released new assessments on the status of key regional tuna stocks – skipjack, yellowfin and bigeye tuna – which show that skipjack and yellowfin remain in a reasonably healthy state, but bigeye, the mainstay of the tropical longline fishery, has now been reduced to less than 20% of its unfished stock size.  

Read more: SPC: Condition of Bigeye Tuna in the Western and Central Pacific Worsening

   

VIDEO: Civille - The U.S. Government Has Endorsed "A Policy of Kidnapping" in Order to Take Seleznev Into Custody

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Guam - The attorney for accused Russian cyber thief Roman Seleznev is accusing the U.S. Government of  "endorsing a policy ... of kidnapping and abduction" and attorney Pat Civille also warns Guam's District Court that if  it agrees to allow his client to be transferred to Seattle it will have "acquiesced to the Government's rogue conduct."

Read more: VIDEO: Civille - The U.S. Government Has Endorsed "A Policy of Kidnapping" in Order to Take Seleznev Into Custody

   

VIDEO: Macau Based Alter City Group Plans New Casino on Tinian

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Saipan - Macau company eye $200M casino on Tinian Macau-based Alter City Group is looking at building a $200-million casino resort on Tinian.

Read more: VIDEO: Macau Based Alter City Group Plans New Casino on Tinian

   

VIDEO: Our View - "Venerating Debt"

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Guam - "Our View" is a weekly feature written by Jon Anderson representing the editorial opinion of the Pacific News Center.

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FUGITIVE FILE: Crissy Jean Manley WANTED

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Guam - The Marshal's Division of the Guam Judiciary has issued a wanted notice for Crissy Jean Manley.

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United Reports $919M Profit in 2Q, Excluding Special Items

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CHICAGO, July 24, 2014 – United Airlines (UAL) today reported second-quarter 2014 net income of $919 million, an increase of 51 percent year-over-year, or $2.34 per diluted share, excluding $130 million of special items. Including special items, UAL reported second-quarter 2014 net income of $789 million, or $2.01 per diluted share.

Read more: United Reports $919M Profit in 2Q, Excluding Special Items

   

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