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BREAKING: An electric manifold caught fire at the Saipan International Airport rendering the taxiway and runway lights out, according to CPA. CPA says they have a team coming in from Guam in the morning to check it out and fix it. Sundown to sunrise flight operations are impacted. There is no word yet on if the flights will move to daytime while the issue is being addressed, according to CPA.
CONGRESSMAN SABLAN AIMS TO REINSTATE A POLICY TO HELP FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES GET OUT OF POVERTY
Sablan says he would like to create a policy to allow a cover over of money to cover the cost of implementing an earned income tax credit in the Northern Marianas. The EITC was previously in place and then removed in 1998 by Public Law 11-25.
MILITARY BUILD-UP PLANS ON TINIAN JUST ONE PART OF NOW SIGNED DEFENSE BILL IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
President Barack Obama's signature of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act on Thursday green lights 3 new service academy slots for Northern Marianas students.
YET ANOTHER CAR CATCHES FIRE--CAUSE STILL UNKNOWN
The Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to a vehicle fire in Chalan Piao around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.