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Public Health seeks power to issue fines for pandemic violations; governor suspends rules to...

The Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services has proposed draft rules and regulations that — if adopted...

DoDEA Guam resumes in-classroom learning, strict health protection guidelines in place

Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools on Guam resumed in-classroom instruction, Oct. 26, with strict health protection guidelines...

ExpressCare, Dr. Shieh write scathing letters to Governor on charging for COVID-testing; ‘we received...

At least two Island doctors have penned letters to Governor Lou Leon Guerrero following up on a Newstalk K57...

Eligible Guam fishermen can now apply for $1M in COVID relief funding 

The Department of Agriculture’s (DOAG) Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources (DAWR) will help distribute nearly $1 million to...

Marshall Islands confirms first two positive cases of COVID-19

There are now two confirmed COVID-19 positive cases in the Marshall Islands.  The RMI Office of the Chief Secretary issued...

Developing tropical disturbance to pass south of Guam this weekend

 The National Weather Service (NWS) Guam Weather Forecast Office has issued a special weather statement for Guam and Rota. As...

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Governor: Private clinics shouldn’t charge for COVID tests

When it comes to private clinics charging for COVID-19 testing, Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero says the people of Guam...

Not so many applications for GDOE laptops as parents prefer hard copy instruction

Parents' preference for hard copy is the reason for low GDOE laptop applications. The Guam Department of Education sent out...

77th COVID-linked death; 48 new COVID-19 cases; firefighter tests positive

The Joint Information Center was notified that Guam’s 77th COVID-19-related fatality was pronounced dead on arrival at the Guam...

Guam missing out on federal workshare program

Guam is missing out on federal funding which could help businesses avoid laying off employees during this public health...

Man wanted for assault who surrendered set free because he wasn’t charged

The man who surrendered to police after authorities announced he was wanted for assault is getting out of jail...

GEC: More than 10,000 have already cast their votes

As of Wednesday, more than 10,100 have already voted ahead of the general election next week. According to the Guam...

Public Health to hold COVID-19 community outreach at Astumbo gym this Saturday

DPHSS, in collaboration with the Mayors’ Council of Guam, FSM Consulate Office, and the FSM Association of Guam, will...

Governor signs order implementing COVID enforcement rules; extends public health emergency

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero today signed Executive Order No. 2020-38 relative to the implementation of COVID-19 public health enforcement...

Mark Torre Jr. trial will resume tomorrow

Mark Torre Jr. has succeeded in moving his trial forward. On Wednesday, jurors were called into the Superior Court...

76th COVID-linked death; 11 DOC employees, 1 GRTA employee test positive

The Joint Information Center was notified that Guam’s 76th COVID-19-related fatality occurred at the Guam Memorial Hospital (GMH) at...

Undisclosed ‘threat’ closes GPD operations

Early Wednesday morning, the Chief of Police, Stephen C. Ignacio was made aware of a threat to a tenant...

5 DOC recruits, 6 officers test positive for COVID-19; inmates remain COVID-free

Within the past week, five recruits and six officers assigned to the Adult Correctional Facility in Mangilao have tested positive...

District Court of Guam to hold first ever drive-through naturalization ceremony

On Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 9:30 a.m., the District Court of Guam will proudly host a special Filipino-American History...

All JRM military personnel, Guam Guard, still banned from McKraut’s Restaurant

All Active Duty personnel on Guam are still banned from going to McKrauts Bar and Restaurant in Inarajan, this...

$14.3 million in unemployment being disbursed after successful re-batching of list

The Guam Department of Labor will be disbursing $14.3 million in the latest unemployment batch payout. This latest batch was...

82 new cases of COVID-19; 3 more GDOE employees test positive

The Joint Information Center reported 82 new cases of COVID-19 as of 7:30 pm Tuesday, Oct. 27. Of the 82...

GMH shatters COVID patient records, now at 83; ‘we’re even occupying the gift shop’

Guam Memorial Hospital is over capacity and bursting at the seams, recording Tuesday its highest-ever number of COVID hospitalizations,...

GDOL re-batching latest claims after suspected fraud; LWA $300 top-up in final testing stage

The Guam Department of Labor says it needs to re-batch its latest unemployment batch after discrepancies in the final...

DPW to launch operation against derelict buildings this week

The Department of Public Works will officially launch this week its operation against derelict buildings all over the island. DPW...

Poor DOC living conditions come under scrutiny once more

More accusations of poor conditions at the Department of Corrections were brought to light Tuesday morning as a K57...

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