March 11, 2016 KSPN2 News
GOVERNMENT SAYS MEDICAL SUPPLY COMPANY MAY NOT BE A VICTIM AFTER ALL
Court documents say the company told officials it had never received checks from the hospital, but the Government says statements from MMS officials and financial record do not match up. The Government says the company deposited more than 40 checks totaling more than $600,000 between 2003 and 2009.
CONGRESSMAN SAYS TOO MUCH DEVELOPMENT WILL DESTROY ISLAND WAY OF LIFE
As for a plan for future controlled growth, Sablan says the blueprint could come in the form of legislation with guidelines by CNMI planners, but he says he's not sure just yet the practical form of implementing controlled growth.
EXACTLY 5 YEARS AFTER EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI STRIKE JAPAN COAST, JAPANESE CONSUL HERE SAYS THERE'S BEEN SOME PROGRESS
Japanese Consul for the CNMI Hitoshi Kikuchi says Japan received lots of donations from the CNMI in the aftermath of the disaster.