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                                A bouquet of flowers for victim Lois Cain lay atop a charred area of Hibiscus Drive on Friday.
Fundraisers seek help for victims of mayhem on Hibiscus Drive

A fund drive is underway to help Gisela Ricardi King and her family recover after a fellow tenant attacked her and their landlord and fatally shot two police officers before allegedly torching the Diamond Head home. Read more

                                Will Lehner, left, Delton “Wally” Walling, Joe Walsh and Marion Harris.
4 Pearl Harbor survivors die within weeks of one another

At least four Pearl Harbor veterans, three in their late 90s and one who was 100, recently died within weeks of one another as the clock rapidly ticks down on the last survivors from the day that changed America on Dec. 7, 1941. Read more

                                More than 250 Papyrus stores will be closing across North America in the next four to six weeks. On Oahu, there are two stores — one at Ala Moana Center, pictured, and one at International Market Place in Waikiki.
More than 250 Papyrus stores closing, including 2 in Hawaii

Two Papyrus stores on Oahu will be among the more than 250 stores closing across North America in the next four to six weeks, according to the greeting card chain’s parent company, Schurman Retail Group. Read more

                                A passer-by Thursday viewed the charred remains of a historic house on Hibiscus Drive.
Possession of guns key to potential lawsuits

Multiple firearms were recovered from the debris at 3015 Hibiscus Drive might serve as a linchpin in the likely litigation of a Sunday crime spree. Read more

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