House establishes investigative subcommittee to determine Guam delegate’s fate
The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ethics has established an Investigative Subcommittee to further probe into actions by Guam Delegate Michael F.Q. San Nicolas’ during his term.
NMI residents concerned about use of rezoning land for tourism
CNMI leaders are trying to resurrect the tourism industry, as a House bill introduced in February to rezone an area to allow for tourist establishments, is on land described as "sacred" for longtime residents who are sounding the alarm.
COVID-19 Lab on Saipan
A behind the scenes look of the frontline at Saipan’s COVID-19 laboratory.
NMI non-profit organizations stepping-up for families in need
Hundreds of families in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands are struggling to make ends meet. Non-profits are stepping up to fulfill dire needs across the NMI.
Fisherman helps families reach Rota
It might be easier to get to Hong Kong than to our neighboring island of Rota. One fisherman is the solution for families who can't get a flight up north.
Saipan prepares for incoming passengers
As the region sets target dates for reopening tourism, there are growing concerns for quarantine protocols across the Marianas. On Saipan, KUAM went behind the scenes to look at the frontlines for inbound passengers.
Advocates protest admiral's firing range decision
More than 200 advocates made their voices heard last night in Hagatna, protesting against Rear Admiral Shoshanna Chatfield's denial of a pause on firing range construction.
Remembering Guam's war survivors
Today the island honors "Guam's Greatest Generation." A resolution signing, new exhibit and memorial mass were held this morning in honor of Guam's war survivors. On War Survivors Memorial Day, we remember.
CHamoru Village identity crisis
The CHamoru Village may be facing its biggest challenge yet - an identity crisis. The push for a "more CHamoru" Chamoru village in Hagatna by the Department of CHamoru Affairs is leaving many of the on-site vendors questioning what that really means.
Pacific Islander-Chamorro Restaurant Makes A Comeback
One of the Bay Area's only Pacific Islander-Chamorro restaurants is serving up its best dishes with a twist after closing their doors due to high rent.
RSF's Universal Locker Room Now Open To The Public
UC Berkeley's unveiling of what is believed to be the first ever universal locker room in the UC system at the Recreational Sports Facility.
Cal Women in Gaming Aim to Change the Game
Nearly half of U.S. gamers are female, but there is a stark difference with those who participate in professional eSports.