AT&T Debuts 'Watch TV' With New Unlimited Plans; Service Available In U.S. Virgin Islands Upon Launch

Only '2 or 3' Sheltering Facilities Ready To House Residents Territory-Wide In Case Of A Hurricane, VITEMA Says

If A Hurricane Were To Threaten The USVI, Evacuation Of Residents Would Be Among Considerations, FEMA Administrator, Mona Barnes, Say

In Meeting With FEMA Leadership, Mapp Calls For Immediate Sheltering In Case Of Storms, Release Of Federal Funding For Home Repairs Project

VI Government Said To Owe VI Behavioral Services $4.8 Million; Court Hearing Moved To Friday

WAPA Receives 'Willful-Serious' And 'Serious' Citations in Death Of Lineman By VI OSHA

Company That Maintains VI's Wastewater Treatment Facilities Again Threatens To Leave Because Of Nonpayment

Neal Chesterfield Sentenced To 5 Years, 8 Months In Federal Prison For Involvement In Conspiracy To Distribute Cocaine

Following Judge Order, VI Government Is Coming Up To Date With G.E.R.S. Payments

St. Thomas Man Facing 30 Years And $1 Million Fine For Alleged Theft Of FEMA Relief Money

Mapp Travels Out Of Territory With Owners Of Limetree Bay Terminals As Announcement Of Deal With BP Draws Closer

Trump Hails Historic Meeting With Kim Jong-un As Triumphant; Denuclearization Will Begin 'Very Quickly'

Mapp Secures Release Of Some Federal Funding For Home Repairs Program Following Delay In Payments To Contractors

All Decisions Made By Former Boards Of Elections After August 1, 2017 Are Null And Void, Attorney General Opines


WICO Taking Precautionary Measures To Prevent Spread Of Zika Virus

Breaking News / Caribbean / Featured / Health / Virgin Islands / January 29, 2016