Apia, SAMOA — En route to delivering 50 Luminaid Solar Lanterns for the Fiji Red Cross, Cool Stuff got to enjoy October 26, 2019 as a normal hectic Apia Saturday.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The female driver of a black truck that was stopped by police last week told investigators that the black bag they found in the vehicle — allegedly containing a
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — In a Dec. 2nd memorandum, Gov.
Washington, D.C. — Congresswoman Aumua Amata is hailing a breakthrough Medicaid agreement that would provide major increases and years of stability for American Samoa’s Medicaid services.
Anchorage, ALASKA — A husband and father, previously convicted of manslaughter and theft in unrelated cases, has been jailed on 16 different counts including multiple charges of murder and
Washington, D.C. — Pearl Harbor attack survivor Tali Peter T. Coleman (pictured) during his World War II service. He was later honored with a pin from President George H. W.
Apia, SAMOA — Some parents of children with measles in Samoa appear to be panicking over the care their infants are receiving, with at least three families reportedly taking their children out of h
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A 36-year-old farmer convicted of using a metal pipe to strike the head of an intruder who visited his wife at their home was released from the Territorial Corr
Hagåtña, GUAM — The U.S.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — “Effective Immediately” — all entry permits and entry permit waivers for those traveling through Samoa and Tonga “are suspended until further