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A young girl says she was standing up for her religious beliefs in the classroom after breaking a class rule.More >>
A young girl, who claims she was standing up for her religious beliefs in the classroom, was suspended after breaking a class rule of saying "bless you" after a classmate sneezed. More >>
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
16-year-old Ariana Kim is a sophomore at Saint Andrew's Priory, but she's no average high school student. Kim is also a scientists and she has recently worked with University of Hawaii Researchers to develop a way to detect E-coli in just thirty minutes. This breakthrough could potentially lead to improved health inspections in the food industry as well as diagnosis. Ariana joined Grace this morning on Sunrise to tell us more details.