Public emergency extended through June 30

May 28, 2020

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Guam senators on Tuesday voted 14-1  to override Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero's veto of Bill 333-35, which would mandate transparency on the expenditure of the federal funds allocated to Guam through the CA...

The U.S. Department of the Interior has released $133 million in fiscal year  2020 grant payments to the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands as provided for under t...

The University of Guam today began the distribution of CARES Act funds. In this first round, 487 students will receive funds through direct deposit or by mail. Full-time students will receive $747.03,...

Buried under the Covid-19 stories is the Department of Defense's official release of what it described as "historical" Navy videos of still unexplained aerial phenomena, which have been the subject of...

The CNMI government must expend the relief funds it has received from the federal government by Dec. 30, otherwise the money will be returned to the U.S. Treasury, Rep. Gregorio Sablan, the CNMI's del...

The embattled Tony Babauta today resigned at the governor's chief of staff amid scandal over his stay at the Pacific Star suite, which has built thousands in hotel bills.

“Earlier today, Tony Babauta r...

United Airlines resume its Guam–Saipan service beginning May 2, the airline's Corporate Communications announced.

United will operate the GUM-SPN service aboard a B737 jet aircraft three-times weekly o...

Sen. Therese Terlaje  is seeking her colleague's support  for  a swift override of the governor's veto of a Covid-19 transparency  bill, which would require the administration to submit a monthly...

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero on Friday signed an executive order officially extending the public health emergency through May 30 and establishing he Pandemic Conditions of Readiness (PCOR) system that deter...

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