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Today's Top Stories Archives for 2022-02

School On Brink Of Closure Saved By Determined Faculty

It was a close call for a school serving a disadvantaged community in Memphis, Tennessee on the brink of closure. But a dedicated group of fundraisers and some bold decisions during the pandemic by the faculty saved the day for Saint Paul Catholic School. Kim Martinez reports.



Health: Tips For Talking To Kids About The War In Ukraine

Kids may feel uneasy about the war in Ukraine and have questions about what they've seen and heard. So, how do we approach the topic without stoking their fears? For small children it's best to keep it simple.



Large Crowd Comes To See Movie, TV Star Ryan Hurst At Hypno Comics & Games

Movie and TV star Ryan Hurst is probably best known for his roles in Sons of Anarchy, Remember The Titans, and The Walking Dead. And plenty of people are familiar with his work. Hurst stopped by Hypno Comics and Games in Pahrump Saturday for a meet and greet with fans.



The Whosoevers Skatepark Tour A Big Hit In Pahrump

A group with a message made a stop in Pahrump this past weekend. And a large crowd showed up to hear it. The Whosoevers brought their Skatepark Tour to Justin Leavitt Skate Park, at Ian Deutch Memorial Park.



Save A Pet - Birdie

It's time once again to meet a lovable pet available for adoption from one of our local shelters. For today's Save A Pet, we join Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman at Desert Haven Animal Society, where she introduces us to Birdie.



Looking For A New Job Or Career? NyECC Can Help

NyE Communities Coalition provides a number of free services to help you find a new job or train for a new career. NyeCC's Ed Kelly says all you have to do is call or stop by.



Health: Standardized Heart Attack Protocol Shows Great Benefits

A recent study shows how a Cleveland Clinic-developed protocol has been able to significantly improve survival rates among patients who've suffered the most severe kind of heart attack -- no matter their socioeconomic background.



Save A Pet - Caco

If you're looking to adopt a big dog, you might just be interested in Caco. For today's Save A Pet, we join Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman at Desert Haven Animal Society, where she introduces us to this lovable boy.



High-Impact Crash In Pahrump Sends Driver To Las Vegas Trauma Center

A high-impact rollover crash Thursday afternoon in Pahrump sends the driver to a Las Vegas trauma center and shuts down the roundabout at State Route 372 and Blagg Road. Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating. As you may have noticed in the video, the impact of the crash dislodged a large boulder in the center of the roundabout, knocking it into the roadway. A witness tells News 25 he saw the crash happen. He says the SUV became airborne after impact, and came to rest up against the front bumper of his pickup when it landed. That man was not hurt.



Man Takes 02.22.2022 Proposal To Top Of The Strat

February 22, 2022 was a special day for many couples and one of the busiest wedding days of the year in Las Vegas. One couple took their marriage proposal to new heights, as Dillon Castro asked Flor Gudiño to marry him -- at the top of The Strat. News 25's Kris Reynolds was there to capture the moment.



Sports with Doug Ferber

The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team prepares for state tournament play. And the UNLV womens basketball team hopes to extend its winning streak to 13. Here's Doug Ferber.



Save A Pet - Carrie

For today's Save A Pet, we head back out to Desert Haven Animal Society. That's where we find Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman, who introduces us to Carrie.



Viewers Submit Snow Day Photos

The Pahrump Valley woke up to a blanket of snow this morning. Here's a look at some of the snow photos sent in by our viewers.



Locally-Owned Business Brings Trash Can Cleaning Service To Pahrump

Have you ever looked into your trash can and said 'wow, that's really dirty?' If so, a new service in Pahrump can make your dirty trash can look, and smell, like new. Brad Francis has more. You can learn more about Better Bins LLC by visiting them online at



Kristopher Dahir Running For Nevada Secretary Of State

A city councilman in Sparks wants to help advocate for Nevada businesses as Secretary of State. Republican Kristopher Dahir says his experience allows him to bring new ideas to the Secretary of State's office. And he's asking for your vote. To learn more about Kristopher Dahir and his campaign for Secretary of State, you can go online to



Health: How Stress Plays A Role In Gray Hair

If you've ever found a gray hair while looking in the mirror, you may think it's a sign you're getting older. But did you know stress may also be playing a role?



Pahrump Valley High School To Dissolve JROTC Program

The Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps -- JROTC for short -- is a federal program sponsored by the United States Armed Forces in schools across the U.S. The program is a high school elective whose mission is to teach students citizenship, leadership, character and community service. A key advisor left the program at Pahrump Valley High School in December. And despite efforts to keep it alive, PVHS Principal Desiree Veloz says they've made the difficult decision to dissolve the JROTC program. Veloz says fewer students are participating in the program, attributing some of that to the changes in leadership. She says the students currently in the JROTC program will finish out the school year.



The Whosoevers Skatepark Tour Coming To Pahrump

A group called The Whosoevers is bringing its unique outreach program to Pahrump. This weekend, The Whosoevers Skatepark Tour rolls into the Justin Leavitt Skate Park, at Ian Deutch Memorial Park.



Biggest-Ever Turnout For Pahrump Junior High, High School Rodeo

Another Pahrump Junior High and High School Rodeo is in the books. The three-day event wrapped up Sunday. And it was the biggest so far. To see photos from the rodeo and stay up-to-date on plans for next year's event, you can visit the rodeo on Facebook, at Pahrump Valley Junior High High School Rodeo Club.



Health: How Social Media Negatively Impacts Teens

It seems like everyone is on social media these days. But for teenagers especially, it can quickly become addicting. Psychiatrist Doctor Joseph Austerman with Cleveland Clinic Children's explains why.



Sports with Doug Ferber

Pahrump Valley High School teams take their talents to state tournaments. And one wrestler comes home a state champion. Doug Ferber has all the details in your Tuesday sports report.



Henderson Fire Department Welcomes Public Into Renovated Fire Station

Once a month, the Henderson Fire Department opens its doors to the public. The goal is simple -- to engage with the community. This past weekend, the city opened the doors to an older fire station that's recently been remodeled. Tim Veit is the Henderson Fire Department's Community Engagement Coordinator.



NCSO Lieutenant Eric Murphy Running For Nye County Sheriff

A lieutenant with the Nye County Sheriff's Office says he wants the top spot. Eric Murphy announces he's running for Nye County Sheriff at a recent campaign kick-off event. Murphy tells News 25 he believes it's time for change, and he believes he's the right person to make it happen. You can learn more about Murphy's campaign online at You can also find him on Facebook.



Crystal, Nevada's Love Ranch For Sale

A famous Nevada brothel is up for sale. You can buy the Love Ranch, in Crystal, for a cool one-point-two million dollars. And that gets you much more than just the brothel itself. Kris Reynolds tells us more.



Looking To Provide Better Opportunities, Woman Opens Her Own Charter School

As Black History Month winds down, we have a powerful story about a school founder who grew up in the same rough area where her school now sits. After college, she came back to her community, determined to raise the education bar much higher than it was when she went to school in the same neighborhood. Kim Martinez reports.



Health: Whittle Your Middle For A Healthy Heart

Did you know having an 'apple' shape -- where fat sits around your middle -- is risky for your heart? In fact, recent research shows too much belly fat could increase your risk of suffering more than one major cardiovascular problem. Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Dennis Bruemmer says exercise is the best way to whittle your middle.



Save A Pet - Boomer

For today's Save A Pet, we head back over to Desert Haven Animal Society, where we find Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman hanging out in the cat room with Boomer.



NyECC Accepting Applications For Iron Workers Fast Track Training Program

With a number of solar projects in the works or already under construction in southern Nevada, there's a strong demand for skilled labor -- including iron workers. Thanks to federal grant money, NyE Communities Coalition is able to offer a fantastic training opportunity for anyone looking to enter the trade. NyeCC's Ed Kelly explains how you can sign up. And you need to act fast. To sign up for the fast track iron workers training program, just stop by NyE Communities Coalition in Pahrump. They're located at 1020 East Wilson Road. You can also call for more information at 775-727-9970.



Pahrump Junior, Senior High School Rodeo This Weekend

The annual high school rodeo is front and center this weekend at McCullough Memorial Arena in Pahrump. Buddy Krebs says it's a great activity for teens and a lot of fun for everyone who shows up.



'The Sweet Spot' Puts Focus On Healthy Eating Habits

The Just One Project and SilverSummit Healthplan are teaming up to launch a new initiative in Southern Nevada. 'The Sweet Spot' is a mobile nutrition-focused program designed to educate children and their families on nutritious foods and healthy habits needed to live an overall healthy life. The Sweet Spot is targeting elementary and middle school-aged children and their families. The mobile outreach van will visit schools, community centers and nonprofit organizations, delivering healthy snacks, nutrition education and appearances by the program's new mascot, 'Sweetie.'



Health: Toddler And Uncle Saved By Living Donor Transplant

April is Donate Life Month. Meet a 29-year-old who found himself in a dark place, struggling with mental health after business failures, financial setbacks and loneliness. See how giving the gift of life to his young nephew, ended up saving his own. Erica Foreman has the story. To this day, Andrea wears a bracelet inscribed with 'let's go, baby,' -- the words Grant shouted when he called to tell her he matched as Brooks' donor. Brooks and Grant have both recovered since the surgery and are thriving.



Save A Pet - Sly

If you're thinking about adopting a feline companion, we hope you'll visit the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society. They have dozens of cats awaiting their forever homes. And for today's Save A Pet, Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman introduces us to one of them -- a cat named Sly.



Pahrump: Fire Call Ends With Arrest Of Man For Assault, Arson And More

What started as a reported barbecue fire at a Pahrump home ends with the arrest of one man, who now faces several felony charges. Brad Francis reports. Several agencies are still investigating the incident, including the Nye County Sheriff's Office, Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue and the State Fire Marshal's Office. The victim who was doused with lighter fluid was assessed by medics at the scene, but declined medical treatment.



Pahrump Home Damaged In Overnight Fire

An overnight fire in Pahrump leaves a home on Dutch Ford Road heavily damaged. But everyone got out safely, and they're now working to salvage what they can. Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis says an electrical problem may have sparked the blaze.



Organizers Say Soroptimist Mardi Gras Ball A Huge Success

The annual Soroptimist International Pahrump Valley Mardi Gras Ball welcomed nearly two hundred people to the Pahrump Nugget. The fundraising event benefits the local Soroptimist chapter, which, in turn, helps women in our community. After a break due to COVID, Willi Baer says it's good to be back.



Florida School Using Athletics To Motivate Students, Unlock Opportunity

It’s simply a fact -- school isn’t the same draw for all students. But finding what can make it a place they want to be can be the key to unlocking opportunity. At Young Kids In Motion that key is athletics. And as Black History Month continues, we meet a woman devoted to meeting that need in her Florida community. Kim Martinez reports.



Health: Life-Saving Heart Surgery Underscores Importance Of Regular Check-Ups

A radio host is grateful to be alive after undergoing open heart surgery. For years, he had no idea anything was wrong. But as Brittany Harris reports, a chance discovery saved his life. Munch says he never showed any symptoms before the surgery. He used to regularly walk his dog, ride his bike and take the stairs. Doctor Smedira says that's why it's so important for people to go in for regular check-ups.



Save A Pet - Tula

For today's Save A Pet, we visit the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society. That's where we find Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman, who introduces us to Tula.



Sports with Doug Ferber

Members of the Pahrump Valley High School girls' soccer team receive their championship rings today. News 25's Doug Ferber was there.



Pahrump: Driver Crashes Car, Flees Scene

A driver flees the scene after a single-vehicle rollover crash in Pahrump. The Nye County Sheriff's Office is trying to figure out why.



Large Estate Auction Offers A Bit Of Everything

Let the bidding begin. Pahrump's Estate Auctions 411 is putting hundreds of items up for bid in a big sale that starts tomorrow. Nolan Gipson, of Estate Auctions 411, tells us what to expect, and how you can check out the sale items in person.



Ask Angi: Renting A House Checklist

Renting or renting out a house can be an exciting -- but stressful -- process for both landlords and tenants. In today's Ask Angi, we walk through a few simple ways to take the stress out of your next rental.



Pahrump Crash Knocks Out Power, Internet To More Than 1,200 Customers

A work truck snags utility lines and snaps off two poles, knocking out power and internet to a large number of customers in Pahrump's Artesia neighborhood. Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Lewis describes his department's assessment of the scene. Even though the lines were energized at the time of the crash, no injuries were reported at the scene. Valley Electric says nearly 1,200 customers lost power due to the crash. Service was restored to most of those customers about 2 1/2 hours later. The crash also damaged a broadband fiber optic line, knocking out Valley internet service to more than 2,000 customers for about 20 hours.



Pahrump: Man Survives Shooting, Nye County Sheriff's Office Investigating

A man who survived a gunshot wound to the head is now recovering in a Las Vegas hospital. Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis says quick action by medics may have very well helped save his life. The Nye County Sheriff's Office is still investigating to determine if the shooting was intentional or accidental.



Pahrump Valley Rotary Club Makes Donation To Local Food Pantries

Pahrump Valley Rotary Club wants to help fight hunger in our community. Monday, they presented a check for nearly seven thousand dollars to the Love Our Community Food Drive -- money that will assist several local food pantries.



Student News with Louis Sposato

Pahrump Valley High School is preparing for its latest theatrical performance... it's yearbook time... and CTE testing is this week. Louis Sposato has the details in this week's Student News.



Health: Despite Awareness Of Family Heart Disease, Some Not Taking Care

According to a Cleveland Clinic survey, most Americans know if heart disease runs in their family. However, one-third of those surveyed believe there's nothing they can do to reduce their risk if they have a family history. But that's not the case.



Sports with Doug Ferber

The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team enters first round tournament play and PVHS wrestlers say they're ready for this weekend's state tournament. Doug Ferber has the details and plenty of other sporting news.



Pahrump: Motorcyclist Killed In Weekend Crash

A motorcyclist is killed when their bike collides with a car in Pahrump. Now, state troopers are investigating to determine what caused the crash.



Health: Tips For Mindfully Eating Chocolate This Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is finally here, and you can bet a lot of people will be receiving flowers, love notes and, of course, boxes of chocolate. And if you're worried about eating too many sweet treats, we have some advice from Cleveland Clinic psychologist Doctor Susan Albers.



Save A Pet - Elmo

For today's Save A Pet, we once again visit Desert Haven Animal Society in Pahrump. That's where we find Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman, hanging out in the yard with Elmo.



Peak Club Members Hiking 52 Peaks In Southern Nevada

You could call it the royal flush of the hiking world. The 52 Peak Club awards hiking playing cards to members based on their accomplishments. And nearly three thousand people are playing the game.



Health: Baby Undergoes Life-Saving Heart Surgery While In Womb

February is American Heart Month. And one family has a lot to be grateful for after their son survived a rare and complex heart surgery -- while still in the womb. Brittany Harris has the extraordinary story. According to Doctor Cass, Cleveland Clinic is the second academic medical center in the world to have performed this fetal surgery successfully with continued pregnancy and delivery.



Artesian Cellars Celebrating Valentine's Day, All Weekend Long

If you're thinking about doing something special for your sweetie this Valentine's Day weekend, Artesian Cellars in Pahrump may have just the thing. Tim Burke and Pam Tyler are ready to celebrate all weekend, with a selection of special drinks and desserts. For more information, you can visit Artesian Cellars online at And Pam says if you want to watch the big game Sunday, they'll have it showing on at least one big screen TV.



Save A Pet - Kuka

For today's Save A Pet, we're back in the yard at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Kuka.



Sports Special with Doug Ferber: Super Bowl LVI

The big game is this weekend. And the excitement's building. Doug Ferber joins us now with all you need to know about the matchup between the LA Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals.



Health: Importance Of COVID-19 Vaccine In Minority Communities

Many people in racial and ethnic minority groups are at increased risk for complications from COVID-19. It's important for those at high risk to get vaccinated, but some minority communities may be hesitant. Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Tosin Goje says hesitancy is often rooted in a history of medical distrust and racial discrimination.



Henderson's Little Chapel On The Corner Offers Unique Venue For Nuptials

Las Vegas is known as the wedding capital of the world. And for good reason. Thousands of couples tie the knot in Sin City each year. But a lesser-known wedding chapel, located far off The Strip, is making a name for itself. Today, we visit the Little Chapel On The Corner -- just steps away from Henderson's Water Street District.



Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak Says Masks No Longer Required

After nearly two years of being required to wear a mask in public places, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak is following the leads of other states. Citing an improvement in the state's COVID situation, the governor says -- with some exceptions -- you can ditch the mask, effective immediately.




Sports with Doug Ferber

From local high school basketball to the Super Bowl, Doug Ferber has your Thursday sports world wrap-up.



Nye County Sheriff's Office Seeks Auxiliary Volunteers

Every day, Nye County Sheriff's Office deputies rely on help from its team of auxiliary officers. The volunteers perform a number of duties to assist the sheriff's office, allowing deputies to focus on community safety. Auxiliary officer Daryl Thompson says there's always a need for new members. And applying is easy.



NCSO Auxiliary Helps Residents Organize Neighborhood Watch Programs

Volunteers are organizing Neighborhood Watch programs throughout the Pahrump Valley. The goal is simple -- to deter criminal activity. Nye County Sheriff's Office auxiliary officers, like Edward Underhill, are teaching residents how to better protect their neighborhoods.



Ask Angi: Renovating A Rental

If you're a landlord, you probably have rental renovations on your to-do list. But where should you start? In today's Ask Angi, Mallory Micetich gives us her best advice for renovating a rental.



Health: How Super Bowl Stress Can Impact Your Heart

The Cincinnati Bengals are getting ready to take on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl. And you can bet fans are pumped up and ready to go. But doctors say too much stress and excitement can be dangerous for those who may already have a heart condition.



Save A Pet - Jasmine

For today's Save A Pet, we meet an older dog who was surrendered to Desert Haven Animal Society. Now, she's looking for her new forever home. Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman tells us more.



Health: Winning The Super Bowl Snacking Game

Super Bowl snacking can sack your waistline with calories. Beth Czerwony, a registered dietitian with Cleveland Clinic, suggests we tackle fatty foods by replacing them with homemade substitutes.



Henderson's Dollar Loan Center Holding Job Fair February 12

The future home of the Henderson Silver Knights is nearing completion. Dollar Loan Center is hiring for a number of positions. And if you're looking for work, you'll want to plan to attend a job fair this weekend. Kris Reynolds has more.



Sports with Doug Ferber

The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team hopes to end the regular season at 25-1. Only Boulder City stands in their way. Doug Ferber has that and lots of other sporting news from Southern Nevada.



Student News with Louis Sposato

Nye County students needing a little extra help now have more opportunities to get it. Louis Sposato has the details about that, and more, in today's Student News.



Save A Pet - Hearts For Paws Fundraiser To Benefit Never Forgotten Animal Society

Never Forgotten Animal Society in Pahrump works tirelessly to improve the lives of animals, and give them a better chance of finding their forever homes. And an event this weekend will help them continue their mission. Pat Leming tells us about Hearts For Paws in today's special edition of Save A Pet.



Nevada Site Specific Advisory Board Seeks New Members

If you live anywhere near the Nevada National Security Site, you may have an interest in what's going on there. Now, there's an opportunity to be a part of it. The Nevada Site Specific Advisory Board is made up of local people who help advise the Department of Energy on issues surrounding work at the site. Frank Bonesteel, who chairs the board, says they're looking for new members.



Health: What We Can Learn From How Olympians Eat

The Winter Olympics are underway in Beijing. And if you've ever watched the games before, then you know how hard all of the incredible athletes worked to get there. They spend countless hours training and eating just right. In fact, food plays a bigger role than you might think.



Ask Angi: There Are No Stupid Questions About Your Home

Have you ever had a question about your home that you didn't know how to ask? There's no easy manual for how to take care of your home -- especially if it's your first time owning. In today's Ask Angi, we answer some of the questions that may homeowners have but don't want to ask.



Health: How Photo Editing And Filters Can Impact Your Body Image

Taking the perfect selfie has been made a lot easier thanks to filters and photo editing. In seconds, you can have flawless hair, skin and makeup. It may seem like a harmless hobby -- but for some, it's become an unhealthy obsession.



Save A Pet - Never Forgotten Animal Society

Last night, we told you how Never Forgotten Animal Society stepped in to help re-home more than two dozen dogs rescued from a hoarding situation in California. But there are many other dogs and cats at the shelter awaiting their forever homes too. In this special edition of Save A Pet, Never Forgotten's Pat Leming explains how you can help -- by adopting an animal, or supporting the shelter and its mission. Never Forgotten Animal Society is located at 520 East Street, right behind Wells Fargo Bank. They're open Monday through Saturday from 10:00am-5:00pm. For more information, you can visit them on Facebook or give them a call, at 775-537-8674. In addition to monetary donations, Never Forgotten Animal Society also accepts donations of items for re-sale in their second-hand store, the Make An Offer Shoppe. That store is moving into the former J&T Cleaners location, right next to NAPA Auto Parts. Leming says they hope to open there in the next week.



Tips For Protecting Your Computer From The Number One Threat

When it comes to computers and technology, our viewers have a lot of questions. And we have just the person to help answer them. It's time once again to check in with Josh Osborne at Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, who has some tips for protecting your computer from the number one threat.



Sports with Doug Ferber

It's time to take a dive into the world of sports. And the man with all you need to know joins us now. Here's Doug Ferber.



Searchlight Museum Offers Glimpse Into Town's Interesting Past

If you live in Southern Nevada -- and you like history -- you may want to make a trip to Searchlight. The Searchlight Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the storied history of the small Nevada town and some famous people who got their start there. Clark County Television caught up with Amber Colbert, Clark County Museums Administrator, for a quick tour and a preview of what you can expect to see.



Health: Pandemic Fatigue Taking Toll On Heart Health, Survey Shows

February is American Heart Month. We've been dealing with COVID-19 for more than two years. Now, a new survey shows the pandemic is taking a toll on our hearts in more ways than one. Erica Foreman explains. If you're wondering about your heart health, Doctor Kapadia says weight gain, especially belly fat, is a sign of insulin resistance and a red flag that you should take a look at your diet and exercise habits. And if you've recovered from COVID-19 but still feel short of breath, lightheaded or have palpitations, it's important to be evaluated by your doctor.



Ask Angi: Preparing For Home Emergencies

Surprises can be fun. But not when they come in the form of a home emergency. In today's Ask Angi, Bailey Carson talks through some common household emergencies and how to deal with them right away.



City Of Henderson, College Of Southern Nevada Break Ground on Center Of Excellence

The City of Henderson teams up with the College of Southern Nevada to create a new, multi-use development and advanced manufacturing training center in West Henderson. City leaders, college administrators and local dignitaries came together Monday to break ground on the Center of Excellence.



Tickets Still Available For Soroptimist's Mardi Gras Ball

A big event to benefit Soroptimist International Pahrump Valley is just around the corner. Mardi Gras Ball 2022 celebrates women in our community. And tickets are still available for next weekend's fundraiser. The number to call for tickets is 702-592-5276.



Want To Drive A School Bus? Nye County School District Is Hiring

If you've ever thought to yourself, 'I'd like to drive a school bus,' well, here's your chance. The Nye County School District is hiring. And you don't need to have previous bus-driving experience. Associate Superintendent Kyle Lindberg says a nationwide shortage of commercial drivers means bus drivers are in short supply right now.



Student News with Louis Sposato

Nye County students will get a couple of long weekends this month. With more about that and other happenings in the Nye County School District, here's Louis Sposato with this week's edition of Student News.



School Prepares Students To Attend Historically Black Colleges

As we mark Black History Month, we're checking out an exciting trend. More and more Black educators are opening schools. This week, a man whose vision is to create a prep school for students to one day attend the nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Kim Martinez reports.



Sports with Doug Ferber

It's time to get our first look at sports this week. With all you need to know, here's Doug Ferber.