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North Korea warned it will intensify unspecified "military countermeasures" unless the U.S. stops conducting military drills in the peninsula. The North Korean regime also said it was open to talks, but not as long as the United States is "
Follow us on Twitter @GuamPDN Find Guam Homeland Security at ghs.guam.gov. The Guam Homeland Security's Joint Information Center distributed fact sheets that contain important tips for keeping your family safe in the event of an emergency, including
Written by Jerick Sablan Pacific Sunday News Filed Under Red: Master Sgt. Michael Shea, left, and Senior Airman Kevin Castillo add a fresh coat of red paint to a concrete column at the American Red Cross Guam Chapter office in Hagta yesterday. They
Blas Pacific Sunday News Filed Under At the break of dawn, more than 1,000 people contributed to fighting crime on Guam as they geared up and took off running in the 14th Annual McDonald's 5K/2K Race Against Crime yesterday at the McDonald's in Hagta.
Written by Dance Aoki Pacific Daily News Filed Under Various government agencies released highlights of 2012 and their goals for 2013 this week. The Guam Fire Department, the Guam Housing Corporation, the Guam Police Department, the Guam
OUT Do you think the Guam Fire Department is getting the support it needs to do its job? The office of Sen. Adolpho Palacios, chairman of the Committee on Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Judiciary: 472-5047 Guam Fire Department officials are
Links Although the weather forecast shows storms through today, it's possible the rain will continue into the weekend, said Clint Simpson, a senior forecaster with the National Weather Service. Yesterday, the National Weather Service advised Guam
UP DAY Guam public schools are continuing their preparations for the start of the school year, which begins Aug. 20...Lujan Elementary School acting Principal Sarah Valencia said her school community is looking forward to the new school year. She
If you find something that looks like unexploded ordnance, leave it alone and call 911...A Navy bomb squad set off a 5-inch World War II-era round at the War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Asan yesterday, after an Agana Heights resident
Mike Carey, Guam Homeland Security adviser, will resign about six months after taking the job, governor's spokesman Troy Torres said yesterday. Carey's resignation will take effect tomorrow, , the spokesman said...Chuck Ada, administrator of Guam