Sept. 25, 2015 KSPN2 News Part 1
A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT CLAIMS THE LIFE OF A TWO-YEAR-OLD GIRL
The Department of Public Safety says the girl's aunt ran over her on a road near Hopwood Middle School near the Mobil gas station in As Perdido.
NEARLY 2 MONTHS AFTER THE TYPHOON, SOME FAMILIES STILL LIVING DAY BY DAY
Muksedur Rahman, his wife, young daughter and 3 month old baby still have no power and no roof but live in a side of their house repaired with some plywood. Rahman says, as for food, he goes and buys food each day since there is no usable refrigerator.
ONE REPRESENTATIVE SAYS HOMESTEADS UP NORTH WOULD BE MORE USEFUL THAN AN INTEGRATED RESORT
Representative Tony Benavente says he believes there will be no other investor considered when the RFP is released for the Mariana Resort and Spa property because Best Sunshine is already the selected company.