Category Archives: Guam

Atsani positioned farther away from Guam

Forecasters have changed their positioning of Tropical Depression Atsani as of 2 p.m., stating the storm is farther away from Guam than previously reported and now sits south-southwest of the island. That means Atsani could move past Guam more quickly than originally projected, said Landon Aydlett, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service on Guam. He… Read More »

Dr. Jitka Lom disputes governor on COVID-19 testing claims

Dr. Hieu T. Campus of the International Health Providers Clinic in Dededo and Dr. Jitka Lom, who owns and operates ExpressCare Health and Skin Clinics at Micronesia Mall in Dededo and the Agana Shopping Center, have taken Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero to task for asserting in a Wednesday radio interview  that private clinics on Guam should not charge for COVID-19… Read More »

Dismissal without prejudice in deadly Agana Heights shooting

The murder charge against Anthony Gregory Mendiola was dismissed without prejudice this week but it is unlikely charges will be refiled, Mendiola’s lawyer said. It was the Office of the Attorney General that filed for dismissal after evidence showed Mendiola was defending himself and Guam’s Castle Doctrine law protected him from prosecution. For the past… Read More »

Tropical Storm Watch in effect for Guam

Guam has been placed under a Tropical Storm Watch, with a system expected to pass south of the island tonight. Tropical Depression Atsani has formed southeast of Guam, and is expected to become a tropical storm later today, according to the National Weather Service. Tropical storm conditions, including damaging winds of 39 mph or more,… Read More »

U.S. records greatest GDP growth output gain in U.S. history

(The Center Square) – The U.S. gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 33.1 percent in the third quarter, the Commerce Department said Thursday, the largest output gain on record. Over the last quarter, economic re-openings have revived business activity nationwide, which has fueled the surge, the department said. The economic data is… Read More »