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‘Providing a decent meal’

By GRANT PHILLIPS Hawaii Tribune-Herald Roughly 70,000 Hawaii public school students eat free or reduced-price school lunches, but nearly 15,000 still struggle with food insecurity and donot qualify for the National School Lunch Program. State Senate Bill 154 would require the Department of Education to develop and implement a School Meal Subsidy Program to provide lunches for students who do notqualify for the federal program. There are 92 DOE schools and 14 charter schools that provide…Read more

Second try at attempted murder trial

Case involves security guard who was beaten at Kona hotel By LAURA RUMINSKI West Hawaii Today Two defendants convicted of attempted murder of a security guard at the Kona Seaside hotel are set to have their case retried after an appeals court vacated their conviction and remanded the case to be retried in Circuit Court. The Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals ordered a new trial for two of three people convicted of brutally beating a hotel security guard in 2018. The three-judge panel handed…Read more

UN approves climate change report

By FRANK JORDANS Associated Press BERLIN – Governments gave their blessing on Sunday to a major new U.N. report on climate change, after approval was held up by a battle between rich and developing countries over emissions targets and financial aid to vulnerable nations. The report by hundreds of the world’s top scientists was supposed to be approved by government delegations on Friday at the end of a weeklongmeeting in the Swiss town of Interlaken. The closing gavel was repeatedly pushed…Read more

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