Sept. 24, 2015 KSPN2 News Part 1
DPS REPORTS THEFT CASES ARE ON THE RISE AFTER TYPHOON SOUDELOR
DPS has put more manpower on the streets since the power outage has caused unsafe conditions. DPS Commissioner James Deleon Guerrero says burglaries and thefts are more common because of damaged infrastructure.
GOVERNOR INOS BEGINS TO REVIEW THE FISCAL YEAR 2016 BUDGET
The budget deadline is just 6 days away. The Governor has the option to approve, veto or line item veto a portion of the budget.
TINIAN LANDFILL CONTINUES TO BE A BURNING ISSUE
Tinian Mayor Joey Patrick San Nicolas met with Marine Forces Pacific representatives and former U.S. Navy Commander Ed Lynch Wednesday to discuss moving municipal and military waste from Tinian to Saipan in the coming years.