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Latest Guam Items
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.