A jury of four men and three women are hearing testimony from witnesses called in the case between the American Samoa Government and Lusia Tusi aka 'Sheila', a co-defendant in the prostitution case
The campaign chairman for Congressional candidate Aumua Amata has called on the Election Office to conduct a voter education campaign reminding electors that there is no run-off in the race for the
Hawaii’s longline fleet may be rejoicing over a new opportunity to catch ahi, but a coalition of environmental groups are not on board with the increased catch.Commercial fishermen who have traditi
The American Samoa Economic Development Authority (ASEDA) board is preparing a presentation for the governor showing the timelines of projects which have already identified revenue streams, for bon
On October 23, the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) deployed a new wave buoy in the waters off Aunu’u.
The first federal case in the Section 1602 Program, which has been the subject of an ongoing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, has landed in the federal court in Washington D.C., and the coupl
Should American Samoa Nationals automatically become US Citizens — why or why not?
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The PacIOOS wave buoy for American Samoa has been successfully deployed. It’s located five miles off of Alao and collects data on wave height, direction, and sea surface temperature.
Samoa News Wednesday, October 29, 2014