reports that Peppa’s Korean BBQ in Honolulu has reopened after several E. coli O157:H7 illnesses were linked to the restaurant.  The station reports that "the State Health Department said they found no signs of E. coli in an investigation of the Peppa’s Restaurant on South King Street," and as a result, gave the restaurant clearance

Lawsuits frequently turn on circumstantial evidence.  Juries are instructed that there is no qualitative difference between circumstantial evidence (i.e. an inference reasonably drawn from the existence of another fact or circumstance) and direct evidence.  In foodpoisoning and E. coli lawsuits, circumstantial evidence is frequently relied upon for proof of exactly how an outbreak occurs.  For