Vincent Castro is facing felony aggravated assault charges.
Although the restaurant has re-opened, the closure prompted a serious discussion of Guam's food safety uncertainty with Public Health Director James Gillan.
Anxiety built up around long-awaited war reparations hasn’t gone away completely since the enactment of legislation from Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo. 

American Samoa Congresswoman on K-57

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The representative for American Samoa spoke about the challenges of representing a small island
Pesch hopes to work with the Guam Legislature in the future to draft laws that will accommodate these complicated issues.
The quake struck 9.9 miles northeast of Yigo with a depth of 74 miles.

Gov's tax refund bill axed in special session

Tuesday, 09 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The measure failed to pass garnering only seven votes in support, six voting nay, and two excused.  
The agency received a modified opinion on its compliance with federal programs.
If passed, Bill 87 will transfer $430,000 from Capitol District Fund to the Guam Department of Education to start repairs to leaking roofs, temporary classrooms, and air-conditioning units at the Yigo campus.
According to police, Daniel Quinata was seen on surveillance footage breaking into Paradise Fitness Center in Tumon.