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Topic - Guam
The relocation of U.S. Marines from Okinawa, Japan, will boost Guam's revenue by at least $37 million a year, defense officials say.
Guam's taxpayer-subsidized mental health agency has collected just $100 in billings since it started charging for its services in the past three months.
Guam's nonvoting delegate in U.S. Congress is moving to give the territory's community members a chance to weigh in on whether the Navy should close part of a wildlife refuge as part of a military buildup.
Lawmakers on Guam will be voting this week on a legislation aiming to reduce juvenile delinquency with counseling and mediation.
Hundreds of Guam government employees are among the thousands of workers who stand to earn more under a proposed minimum wage hike.
The Guam Power Authority could do more to improve the consistency of its electricity generation following hundreds of power outages last year, according to a new report.
The military's revised proposal for a buildup on Guam calls for less population growth and locating a Marine Corps live-fire training range on an Air Force base instead of the site of an ancient village.
A registry that will list repeat family violence offenders in Guam is going public next week.
A section of War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Guam has been closed after the presence of the invasive little fire ants was discovered.
Lawmakers from Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico and Guam are teaming up to pressure the U.S. government for relief from a maritime law passed in the 1920s.
An inmate at a federal prison in central California pleaded guilty to murder Tuesday in the 2008 killing of a correctional officer, removing the possibility of a death sentence.
Two men and a woman convicted of running a meth ring in Guam are asking for a new trial because of allegations jurors ignored instructions not to discuss the case.
Trial for a man accused of killing three tourists and hurting 11 others in Guam has been delayed to June.
The Guam Solid Waste Authority board of directors urged the governor and island lawmakers this week to take action against parties responsible for polluting the Lonfit River.
Guam's delegate to Congress says the Navy will soon base a fourth submarine in the U.S. territory.