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Save A Pet - Ebony

It's Friday. Time to meet a great dog available for adoption from Desert Haven Animal Society. Darbie O'Donnell introduces us to Ebony.



KPVM TV Modifies Channel Programming

Fun Roads Network now on KPVM TV Channel 25.4

KPVM is known for its excellence in TV programming. We're making it even better by bringing Fun Roads TV Network to KPVM TV Channel 25.4. Fun Roads is that intrepid road trip that feeds curiosity & stimulates discovery. Welcome to KPVM TV, Fun Roads!


Nuestra Vision Moves To Channel 25.9

Regular viewers of Channel 25.4 -- you will not lose your favorite channel. We know you love what Nuestra Vision has to offer. We do too! We will continue to broadcast Nuestra Vision on KPVM TV Channel 25.9.



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KPVM es conocido por su excelencia en la programación de televisión. ¡Ahora lo haremos aún mejor! Estamos llevando la red de televisión Fun Roads al canal de televisión KPVM 25.4.


Visores habituales del canal 25.4: ¡no perderá su canal favorito! Sabemos que te encanta lo que Nuestra Visión tiene para ofrecer. ¡Nosotros también! Continuaremos transmitiendo Nuestra Visión en KPVM TV Channel 25.9.

Man Takes His Support of Black Lives Matter to the Streets of Pahrump

One man takes his support of the Black Lives Matter movement to the streets of Pahrump -- standing along Highway 160 with a sign that said it all. He tells News 25 why he's taking the very public stance. If you noticed, Rob was wearing a body camera. He says it was for his own protection. Rob tells News 25 he was threatened by several people as he stood on the sidewalk with his Black Lives Matter sign.



News Across Nevada with Laura Daun

Laura Daun takes a look at stories making news across the Silver State, including a study that ranks Nevada drivers as among the worst in the nation.



Health: What We Know About Delirium and COVID-19

We're starting to learn more about how COVID-19 affects the brain. And reports of neurologic complications are surfacing worldwide. Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Pravin George says he's noticed an uptick in the number of COVID-19 patients experiencing delirium.



Behind the Scenes of Pahrump Freedom Festival Fireworks

The 48th annual Freedom Festival fireworks show in Pahrump was a big hit. Zambelli Fireworks produced the magic. And News 25 got a look at what goes on behind the scenes to make it all possible. If you missed the fireworks show, it's now available to watch online. Just head to KPVM's YouTube channel. We've also posted a link to the video on our Facebook page -- Local Pahrump.



Growing Number of COVID-19 Cases Reported in Nye County

Nye County Director of Emergency Management Scott Lewis appeared before county commissioners Tuesday. He says we're seeing a growing number of positive cases of COVID-19. And while we haven't seen any recent deaths, we are seeing a shift in who's getting infected.



Clark County Man Accused of Threat to Blow Up Pahrump DMV

Anthony Kitchingham, a Clark County resident, is under arrest, accused of threatening to blow up the Pahrump DMV office. He reportedly was upset after being denied service at the Nye County DMV office. The DMV requires residents to conduct business at their local office.



Health: Is Acupuncture Helpful for Easing Cancer Pain?

Treating cancer is a team effort. Now, recent research suggest recruiting an acupuncturist may be beneficial. Cleveland Clinic's Jamie Starkey did not take part in the study, but says results show acupuncture may be useful for easing cancer pain.



Save A Pet - Rusty

It's Wednesday. Time to meet another great pet available for adoption from Desert Haven Animal Society. Today, Darbie O'Donnell introduces us to Rusty.



PAWS Offering Free Pet Vaccinations

Pets Are Worth Saving -- or PAWS -- offers free vaccinations for your pets. Donations cover the cost of those vaccines. But as Tresa Wosk explains, there's a growing need for both vaccinations -- and donations to pay for them. Pets Are Worth Saving and the Thrifty Paws store is located at 2031 East Gamebird Road in Pahrump. You can call them at 775-253-5051.



Megz Formalz Now Open in Pahrump

A local businesswoman is bringing a bit of style to Pahrump. Megan Morales is the owner of Megz Formalz, now open at 1500 Highway 372 next to Subway. The formal wear shop is open Monday through Friday from 12:30 to 5:30 and other times by appointment.


You can reach Megan at 775-209-3853.



Health: Does Low-Carb, Low-Fat Equal Healthy?

People watching their weight might look for foods labeled low-fat or low-carb. But according to a recent study, the amount of fat and carbs in a meal doesn't matter much if the food quality is poor. Cleveland Clinic's Camille Skoda did not take part in the study, but says when it comes to our health, we're better off choosing healthy, whole foods.



Drive Up COVID-19 Testing

Chemisys Laboratory through Serenity Health has partnered with Nye County Sheriff’s Office and Nye County to provide a drive up COVID-19 testing for Nye County and surrounding communities. In addition, Nye County has now partnered with Central Nevada Regional Care, and Tonopah Primary Care to provide regular drive up COVID-19 testing in Northern Nye County.



Testing will be at the following locations:
Pahrump – Nye County Administrative Offices, 2100 E. Walt Williams Drive, #100.

Monday 7pm-9pm
Wednesday 7am - 9 am
Friday 7 am-9am




Tonopah, By appointment only, anticipated 7 days a week

Central Nevada Regional Care By appointment only Call 775-302-5800 and they will set up your appointment.


Tonopah Primary Care By appointment only Call 775-482-6659 Monday through Thursday 8 am to 5 pm and they will set up your appointment.

With new CDC guidelines you may test even if you do not exhibit symptoms. These are drive through events – YOU MUST stay in your car!


Test is a nasal swab in your nasal cavity. Test takes about 5-7 minutes.


You must bring a copy of your identification, and insurance card if you have insurance. If you do not have insurance, you MAY still test! 

Pahrump: Dozens of Brush Fires Blamed on Fireworks

Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis says fireworks caused dozens of brush fires over the holiday weekend. But the rash of brush fires actually started late last week.