Good morning & buenas dihas!

In the news today are stories on David Manila’s sentencing in the Blue House case, charges brought against an alleged murderer, more on the minimum wage, the Governor’s message to senators on financial transparency, the port’s latest modernization efforts, and a senator’s effort to protect us from cyber crime. ALSO: Smokin’ Wheels, interscholastic sports, and more in sports today.
Click on any of the blue links below to go directly to that news site’s story.
Criminal justice
MV article – Blue House cop sentenced to 30 years – by Gina Tabonares-Reilly
MV article – Three bills aim to tackle Internet crime – by Louella Losinio
MV article – Murder charges filed in Dededo stabbing – by Gina Tabonares-Reilly
Minimum wage debate
MV article – Calvo hedges on wage hike – by Mar-Vic Cagurangan
KUAM story – Bill increases minimum wage by $0.95 – by Ken Quintanilla
Fiscal responsibility & transparency
Port modernization
PDN article – Port expansion project enters its final phase – by Michelle Conerly
KUAM story – Port breaks ground on largest modernization effort yet – by Ken Quintanilla
Lt. Governor’s weekly column
PDN editorial – Don’t judge others; love them instead – by Ray Tenorio
Sports news
PDN – Geckos shut out Islanders 3-0 – by Vince Espinal, Jr.
PDN photo essay – Former NBA player teaches local youths – by Rick Cruz
MV – Four runs in 8th inning help Yona win – by David Macaluso
MV – A’s beat Yigolos for top spot in amateurs – by news release
PNC – Redhawks beat A’s 5-4 in BBL – by Frankie Perez
PNC – Islanders drop Friars in straight sets – by Frankie Perez
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***Not all newsrooms post rolling news updates throughout the day.
Have a great week!
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