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Topic - Guam
Cabinet members and elected officials in Guam's territorial government won't get pay raises under a new law allowed to take effect this week.
A senior Pentagon official let slip this week that the administration's commitment to the pivot to Asia is under review because of large-scale defense spending cuts.
About $2.3 million in federal funds designated to improve Guam's struggling bus system has gone unspent.
A Guam police officer has resigned after he tested positive for drug use, authorities said.
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.
Members of the Guam Police Review Commission decided Friday to seek more support from the police chief as it works to hear citizen complaints against police officers.
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.
Trial for a man accused of killing three tourists and hurting 11 others in Guam has been delayed to June.
Guam's delegate to Congress says the Navy will soon base a fourth submarine in the U.S. territory.
Three employees of the Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management are assisting the state of Colorado in its recovery from severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides that struck in September.
Guam spent $128 million on education, health care and other services for people from the Pacific island nations of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands and Palau during the last fiscal year.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has selected West Hawaii and the southern tip of Guam for targeted conservation efforts.
For 10 years, Hiroshi Ashitomi has been coming to the beach near his Okinawa home every day to sit. He loves nothing more than the sea around the island, the rare sightings of dugongs and sea turtles, the tan sand and the crags out by the breakwater. He believes the sea is the greatest gift of his ancestors and he wants to pass it on to future generations.
Guam lawmakers are telling a government administrator they need a breakdown of costs to approve $20 million in raises for government workers.
The superintendent of Guam public schools says vending machines could be removed from all campuses in an attempt to prevent break-ins.