In the final moments of 2019, we look back to some of the major stories that made headlines this past year. A mayor indicted and arrested, major drug busts and drug-induced crimes ruining our island, and illegal pay raises for top managers at the Guam Waterworks Authority and Guam Power Authority made the cut for Top 3.
We also put together some of our honorable mentions – stories of note that didn't make the cut for Top 10. Additionally, island public figures who passed away in 2019 are also remembered.
Guam’s illegal drug problem, primarily methamphetamine, continued to wreck many lives in 2019 and put the safety of many island residents at r…
Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero signed the Guam Cannabis Industry Act of 2019 into law on April 5, decriminalizing marijuana use for adults 21 and olde…
With 11 days left in 2019, the Guam Legislature, by a vote of 12-3, voted to pass Bill 181-35.
The year at the Department of Corrections included a multitude of issues from inmates being mistakenly released from custody to a shift in lea…
Ambulances were again being diverted away from Guam Memorial Hospital for at least several days this month because the emergency room was fill…
The government of Guam nearly missed a chance to take the last step of a years-long battle to defend its plebiscite vote on Guam's future poli…
In September, the first case of locally acquired dengue fever in 75 years was confirmed on Guam. By Nov. 13, the Department of Public Health a…
- Visiting Navy sailor dies on Guam
- More Guam businesses closing
- Suspect: 'I been smoking ice since I was 9 years old'
- Man dies while in a hotel quarantine site but it wasn't COVID-19-related, official says
- Rescue teams spot SOS, rescue stranded mariners
- $50M in unemployment aid coming up
- Federal drug convict faces more jail time
- Man accused of raping 12-year-old
- No new unemployment aid payments next week over possible fraud
- Guam's real estate sales dip amid COVID, but 1 investor makes $19M land purchase
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