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Honolulu Breaking News Reporter — Associated Press
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@AP reporter for Hawaii covering Native Hawaiian issues, legal affairs, law enforcement * Oahu born/raised * Ilocano speaker * Mama * Runner * @USC alum

Trial alternative considered for Hawaii telescope protesters

timesunion.com — HONOLULU (AP) - Instead of a trial, most of the people arrested in April for blocking construction of a giant mountaintop telescope will likely participate in a Hawaiian culture-based form of mediation. A total of 31 people were arrested in April when protesters blocked workers from accessing the construction site near the summit of Mauna Kea for the planned $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope.

Trial alternative considered for Hawaii telescope protesters

usnews.com — By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press HONOLULU (AP) - Instead of a trial, most of the people arrested in April for blocking construction of a giant mountaintop telescope will likely participate in a Hawaiian culture-based form of mediation. Three defendants in the case filed a motion asking for a hooponopono (ho-OH'-po-noh-po-noh) as an alternative to a trial.

Trial alternative considered for Hawaii telescope protesters

startribune.com — HONOLULU - Instead of a trial, most of the people arrested in April for blocking construction of a giant mountaintop telescope will likely participate in a Hawaiian culture-based form of mediation. Three defendants in the case filed a motion asking for a hooponopono (ho-OH'-po-noh-po-noh) as an alternative to a trial.

$1.3 million settlement in infant death at military hospital

washingtontimes.com — HONOLULU (AP) - The U.S. government is settling a medical malpractice suit involving the death of an infant at a Hawaii military hospital for $1.3 million. Assistant U.S. Attorney Harry Yee announced the amount in federal court in Honolulu on Monday.

$1.3 million settlement in infant death at military hospital

kron4.com — HONOLULU (AP) - The U.S. government will pay $1.3 million to the family of a baby who died at a Hawaii military hospital, according to a settlement announced Monday in a medical malpractice lawsuit. Rachael Reynolds' parents sued the government after the 4-month-old died three years ago at Tripler Army Medical Center.

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hosted.ap.org — HONOLULU (AP) -- The U.S. government is settling a medical malpractice suit involving the death of an infant at a Hawaii military hospital for $1.3 million. Assistant U.S. Attorney Harry Yee announced the amount in federal court in Honolulu on Monday.

Meth in toaster among many drug parcels sent to Hawaii

bigstory.ap.org — HONOLULU (AP) - Federal agents last month intercepted a package mailed to Hawaii from Southern California containing a toaster oven. Hidden inside the four-slice toaster, there appeared to be 6 pounds of crystal meth. Leland Akau Sr. and Allen Gorion, who allegedly received the package in Kapolei, pleaded not guilty Thursday to meth distribution and conspiracy charges.

Meth in toaster among many drug parcels sent to Hawaii

miamiherald.com — Federal agents last month intercepted a package mailed to Hawaii from Southern California containing a toaster oven. Hidden inside the four-slice toaster, there appeared to be 6 pounds of crystal meth. Leland Akau Sr. and Allen Gorion, who allegedly received the package in Kapolei, pleaded not guilty Friday to meth distribution and conspiracy charges.

Meth in toaster among many drug parcels sent to Hawaii

charlotteobserver.com — Federal agents last month intercepted a package mailed to Hawaii from Southern California containing a toaster oven. Hidden inside the four-slice toaster, there appeared to be 6 pounds of crystal meth. Leland Akau Sr. and Allen Gorion, who allegedly received the package in Kapolei, pleaded not guilty Friday to meth distribution and conspiracy charges.

Meth in toaster among many drug parcels sent to Hawaii

startribune.com — HONOLULU - Federal agents last month intercepted a package mailed to Hawaii from Southern California containing a toaster oven. Hidden inside the four-slice toaster, there appeared to be 6 pounds of crystal meth. Leland Akau Sr. and Allen Gorion, who allegedly received the package in Kapolei, pleaded not guilty Friday to meth distribution and conspiracy charges.
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