Samoana HS Class of 2019 graduate Dionysus Nua with his parents, following the Sharks' graduation ceremony this past Tuesday.
(AP) — A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.
FAAU'U O'RILEY SIONA LE'AU, NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A former American Samoa cabinet member and NFL star has pled not guilty to 13 charges related to a domestic violence incident.
London, ENGLAND — Prince Henry said that it is up to young people to raise awareness of climate change as he spoke to guests at a garden party this week.
Apia, SAMOA — The biggest single employer in American Samoa, StarKist Samoa’s Cannery should have 200 fish cleaners from Samoa on their payroll in the near future.
San Diego, CALIFORNIA — The American Red Cross recently held a Volunteer Appreciation Night at Petco Park in San Diego, CA.
KEALAKEKUA, Hawaii — A defense attorney representing one of three individuals charged in the attempted murder of a hotel security guard placed the blame on the victim, calling him the aggressor and
Members of different Filipino dance groups came together as KOMBAYN — which means "combine" — in celebration of the 121st Philippine Independence Day that was celebrated locally by members of the F
O le ali’i mai Tonga lea na ta’usala e le Fa’amasinoga Maualuga i le tausaga e 2010 i le umia fa’asolitulafono o vaega o fualaau fa’asaina o le mariuana ma le aisa, ua fa’atonu e le Fa’amasinoga i