Multiple agencies are now involved in investigating the accident.
The officers still have until Monday, May 15 at 5 pm to submit their replies.
Bill 60, otherwise known as the Citizens' Legislature Act was discussed over at the Guam Congress Building today during public hearing. 
The Department of Justice is focusing on the prevention of violent crimes.
After 20 years, Reggae music weekend Pioneer NyahJoe coming to Weekdays.
Republican Senator Jim Espaldon introduced legislation to name the GVB building in Tumon after “Mr. Tourism.”
The two "gunmen" were possibly "hunters," according to GDOE.
Acting Governor Ray Tenorio points to a section in the Organic Act that could indicate the TRAN bill actually passed during special session last week.

30-year sentence stands for ex-cop David Manila

Thursday, 11 May 2017 Written by
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Former cop, David Manila, did not make a statement to the court in his sentencing hearing today, but his 30-year sentence still stands.
Inland Builders is seeking $856,000 in damages caused by delays to the project.