A woman accused of receiving nearly two pounds of crystal meth, which authorities estimate to have a street value of about $90,000, through the US Post Office, allegedly
O le Tina talavou lea ua tu’uaia e le malo i le mataupu lea na maua ai i le Falemeli i Fagatogo se vaega o le pauta o le aisa e lata i le 2 pauna le mamafa, na ia fa’ailoa i Leoleo sa su’esu’eina l
Ua fautuaina e le Peresetene o le Senate, le afioga i le Tama’ita’i o le Ao ia Gaoteote Palaie Tofau le Teutupe a le malo, ina ia taofia le toe tipiina o lafoga a le feterale mai siaki o alauni a a
A o taumafai ai le faigamalo e saili auala e fa’asao ai ana tupe mai le soona fa’aalu i auala e le mana’omia toe leai se aoga i le atunu’u, o le taeao ananafi na tauaao ai e le maota o sui se ripot
The American Samoa Basketball Association (ASBA) youth clinics, one of the most anticipated summer programs for the territory's youngsters, kicked off late last month and will wrap up in early Augu
US based American Tunaboat Association (ATA) has argued that the 2014 expansion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument (PRIMNM) by President Obama “had a particularly detrimental i
During separate committee hearings in both the Senate and House, Police Commissioner Le’i Sonny Thompson confirmed to lawmakers that there is a problem with the equipment used to process driver's l
Campaign activities will be prohibited from being conducted at least 600 feet from a polling station on election day, under a Senate bill introduced yesterday and sponsored by Sens.
As part of a yearly tradition for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the Nuuuli II Ward is hosting its camp to prepare for the LDS conference scheduled to be held this Sunday.
Today, Filifilia and I stand before you, to greet you on this new morning in our lives. It is also a new morning in the history of Samoa.