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HOA scheme straw buyers say they feared for lives

Suspended lawyer Brian Jones testified Wednesday that he was fresh out of law school working at a high-powered law firm when he became involved in election rigging at two homeowners associations.

Fatal Henderson police shooting to be reviewed

The public can attend or watch a televised fact-finding review Monday of a police shooting in June 2014 that killed a man after he shot at Henderson police officers. Ryan Allen Marone, 36, was shot to death June 11 last year by Henderson police who were responding to reports of gunfire at Marone’s parents’ home at 489 Flat Plains Ave., near Horizon Ridge Parkway and Gibson Road.

Sports

Las Vegas Outlaws get five TV games

CBS Sports Network is televising 14 Arena Football League regular season games — including the Outlaws’ first ever and two “rock star” games with the L.A. Kiss.

Entertainment

Business

Card collectors event one of 12 new, returning conventions, trade shows

Magic: The Gathering Tournament is a fantasy-based card-collectors competitive event scheduled in Las Vegas for the first time in May. The event is among 12 new and returning conventions and trade shows coming to Southern Nevada in 2015, each with expected attendance of 10,000 people or more.

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Sound of sirens sometimes sparks confusion on roads

When the sirens are screeching and the bright red and white lights are flashing on emergency vehicles, drivers react in different ways. Some panic and slam on their brakes, while others speed up to try to pass the ambulance.

First Friday to celebrate element of chance

Many vendors at March’s First Friday will have mini-wheels of fortune to win prizes, $5 art and more. Other highlights include Jana’s Red Room’s opening inside inside the former Trifecta Gallery space inside The Arts Factory.