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A resurfacing project for Route 27, also known as "Hamburger Road," are stalled because some of the properties along the road don't belong to the government. Hamburger Road is a heavily traveled but poorly maintained thoroughfare that connects Route
The public is urged to follow these water safety tips: Never swim alone and stay within arm's reach of an inexperienced swimmer while in the water. Stay within the reef line. Read and obey all rules and posted signs. Swim in areas that are
Guam (AP) Guam police say an officer has resigned after he tested positive for drug use. Pacific Daily News ( http://is.gd/8PXtRf ) says Police Chief Fred Bordallo announced the resignation at a public safety briefing Thursday. Bordallo says another
Empty and dilapidated abandoned buildings continue to stand next to restaurants, shops and homes across the island. A threat to those inside, buildings that seem safe based on its outer appearance can be deemed unsuitable once examined closely. To
The Office of the Attorney General could call as many as 138 witnesses to testify against accused killer Chad DeSoto, according to information provided during a court hearing yesterday. DeSoto is accused of killing three Japanese tourists and
According to court documents, 14 people were injured or killed during the assault in Tumon. A Japanese victim of a car and knife rampage in Guam a year ago is planning to revisit the island as soon as possible to convey her gratitude to those who
The trial over a vehicular rampage and stabbing spree on Guam a year ago that left three Japanese dead and several others injured has yet to begin after the defendant waived his right to a speedy trial and claimed mental illness as his defense.
Valentine's Day Fireworks light up the Tumon sky on Friday. The fireworks display was part of Guam Visitors Bureau's #GuamLove Campaign. The campaign aims to proclaim 2014 the "year of love" in Guam, according to GVB. The campaign began on Valentine'
A police officer has been placed on administrative leave after testing positive for drugs...Balajadia said yesterday the officer had tested positive during a drug test that screened about 50 of the department's uniformed officers. Balajadia didn't
A year after an attack left three tourists dead and a dozen others injured, residents say Tumon is now safer and new policies are still being proposed to protect tourists in Guam. On Feb. 12, 2013, a man drove his car on to a sidewalk, allegedly