The Pahrump Arts Council is having a very special theater camp happening soon. There are limited scholarships available at this time for those who can’t afford to attend and opportunities for residents to sponsor a child.
The Pahrump Arts Council is having a very special theater camp happening soon. There are limited scholarships available at this time for those who can’t afford to attend and opportunities for residents to sponsor a child.
Several Memorial Day events were held here in town. The Disabled American Veterans held one at The Veterans Memorial inside the Chief Tecopa Cemetery to honor and remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
Did you know risk for lead poisoning rises in the summertime? When the weather warms, windows are opened and home improvement projects are started, which can kick up dust. Dr. Rupa Thakur, from Cleveland Clinic Children's, says it's important to be mindful of lead exposure in your child's play area.
A RV burnt to the ground over the weekend in a neighborhood near the center of town.
Traffic on Pahrump’s south side was shut down this afternoon while police were led on a high speed pursuit through area neighborhoods and streets. In the end, deputies were able to arrest one person who is facing several charges.
In continuing to bring you a more in depth look into candidates running for office, we have Tom Heck who is vying for the seat of Governor for the State of Nevada.
Nathan Adelson Hospice held their annual Butterfly release recently in the Calvada Eye.
Emergency crews responded to a reported brush fire last night that appears to have started from an electrical source. That fire rekindled this afternoon on a property located at Basin Avenue and Linda Street.
Today Rory shows us a beautiful cat named Mush who is up for adoption from Desert Haven.
Today, our smartphones can do just about anything. But they're not always the best option. Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, says there are still some things better done with a desktop or laptop computer with a full keyboard.
One person is in critical condition following a vehicle fire last night off Blagg Road. Fire Chief Scott Lewis updates us on the high intensity blaze and the person who was witnessed running “on fire” from the scene.
It’s the first of its kind. An event that looks into the Monarch Butterfly’s rise and fall and the fans who watch this creature very closely.
THE SHOOTING AT AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN TEXAS HAS LEFT FAMILIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY IN SHOCK AS THEY STRUGGLE TO MAKE SENSE OF THE TRAGEDY. MANY CHILDREN ARE ALSO ASKING THEIR PARENTS QUESTIONS. SO, WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO TALK TO THEM ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED?
Dozens of cats were the victims of an awful hoarding situation. Now the DA’s office is looking into charges for the culprit.
Police and medics responded to a crash last night on the highway. Thankfully no serious injuries were reported.
It's sports time. Here's Doug Ferber.
Murder Suspect Jeremy O'Brien faces Charges today in Nye County Justice Court. O'Brien is accused of killing another person with his car at the Pahrump Nugget on May 19th. O'Brien could face a Life Sentence if convicted of Murder.
The Soroptimist Club of the Pahrump Valley held a fashion show fundraiser at Sanders Family Winery recently. We caught up with Linda Fitzgibbons and Marcia Newyear to find out more.
Two people were taken to the hospital today with injuries following a crash on Pahrump’s south side.
“Gut health is really important. I think people for many years didn’t really pay attention to it, but now we’re seeing the gut as perhaps the second brain. And it’s so important because the studies that we have in the past ten years really do indicate that our gut health plays a huge role in our overall health.”
It's time for your Tuesday sports wrap-up. Here's Doug Ferber
Another vehicle versus pedestrian crash has officers investigating a possible intentional act according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
A man who was causing a disturbance at a Nye County School District board meeting is arrested for trespassing. Brad Francis has more.
On March 28, Nye County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to the home of Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo, when he called 911 to report a domestic dispute in progress. At the time, Blundo reported that more than 75-thousand dollars had been stolen. The sheriff's office has now released more than two hours of video and audio recorded by body-worn cameras during that call. Most of what you're about to hear is Blundo's wife, Melissa, providing deputies her account of what happened. The sheriff's office redacted the recordings by blurring the video. The extended video also has Commissioner Blundo discussing how his wife allegedly was trying to return a package. He says that somehow a package of what turned out to be 84 grams of cocaine was delivered to his business Carmelo’s Bistro with stamps all over it and no return address. Although he never accuses his wife of the incident he says that it is suspicious and asks that police do a better job of investigating the missing gun and money in this case.
Two people were transported today from a crash at the intersection of West Irene Street and Lola Lane.
The College of Southern Nevada congratulates the Class of 2022 as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. A record number of students received their diplomas during Monday's ceremony.
A unique program is putting new police officers on the fast-track to serving with the Henderson Police Department, with its lateral police academy. Brad Francis explains.
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer -- and sunburns increase your risk. That's why it's important to protect your skin from the sun. Sunscreen is a good place to start. But according to Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Melissa Piliang, many people don't use enough.
It's time once again to meet a great pet available from one of our local shelters. For today's Save A Pet, Darbie is in the yard at Desert Haven Animal Society, where she's hanging out with Molly.
Police are investigating a fatal auto versus pedestrian crash Thursday in the Pahrump Nugget parking lot. The male victim died at Desert View Hospital. Police were able to track down the suspect at his home on East Street.
Nye County Clerk Sandra Merlino says some voters may be receiving two ballots in the mail. But she warns that trying to vote twice could land you in jail. She explained the situation during this week's county commissioner's meeting.
Nye County commissioners have voted to relocate the district courts in Pahrump and Tonopah. But right now, it remains unclear when this will happen -- or how much it will cost.
If you need to access the functionality of your smartphone on the road, there are ways to do so safely. Today, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, explains how you can link your smartphone with your vehicle to enjoy hands-free convenience.
A skin cancer survivor is sharing her story after a chance encounter with a stranger at the park saved her life. Brittany Harris has the remarkable story. Melissa now goes in for routine skin checks every three months. She has also tried to track down the dermatologist to thank her, but hasn't had any luck so far.
It's time for your Thursday sports wrap-up. Here's Doug Ferber.
In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat that fentanyl poses to the safety, health, and national security of the American people. To mark National Fentanyl Awareness Day, DEA released a video announcement from DEA Administrator Anne Milgram stressing the dangers of fentanyl and the need for urgent action.
A sexual assault investigation that began at Pahrump Valley High School ends with the arrest of a man who now faces two felony counts.
A police call for a sex offense leads to the arrest of a Pahrump man, who now faces two felony counts.
A police pursuit in Pahrump lands three men behind bars. And the Nye County Sheriff's Office says one of them didn't go quietly.
The Rotary Club of Pahrump Valley wants to get kids excited about history -- specifically the US Constitution. The Rotary Club presented nearly 350 constitution pocket guides to students at Rosemary Clarke Middle School earlier this year. Then, students were asked to write an essay, explaining what the US Constitution means to them.
If you're thinking about adopting a pet, we hope you'll consider visiting one of our local animal shelters. For today's Save A Pet, Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman is back in the yard at Desert Haven Animal Society, where she introduces us to B.C.
A recent study shows the quality of diets for older adults who are 65 and older declined between 2001 and 2018. So what's causing this concerning trend? Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Ronan Factora says there are a number of issues that could be playing a role.
Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly has been battling cancer since she was first diagnosed more than a year ago. In a video released today on Facebook, Wehrly says, right now, she's winning.
The American Legion Post 22, in Pahrump, is ready to serve up a special fundraiser this weekend. Post member Bruce Schoenberger says the organization, which helps local veterans, hopes to raise two thousand dollars with its Rib Extravaganza.
A Pahrump couple is under arrest, after they barged into a local elementary school and allegedly assaulted a school employee, prompting a full lockdown. Brad Francis tells us what happened.
Pahrump fire investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause of a residential fire that gutted a portion of a multi-unit structure on Bourbon Street. Pahrump Valley Fire Captain Steve Moody says the fire caused considerable damage, but no one was hurt.
Investigators say an equipment failure is the likely cause of a fire Tuesday morning at Pahrump Valley Disposal's Metal Recycling Division on Mesquite Avenue. Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis explains.
It seems like there are new skincare products constantly being advertised on TV and online. But how do you know which ones to buy? We asked dermatologist Kiyanna Williams from Cleveland Clinic.
Memorial Day is two weeks from today. And, there will be several special events that day in Pahrump to mark the solemn occasion. U.S. Air Force veteran Doctor Tom Waters gives us a preview of what's happening.
A Pahrump man is under arrest and facing several felony charges after allegedly forging and cashing two checks. Brad Francis has the details.
A two vehicle crash at a Pahrump intersection leaves some property damage, but no serious injuries.
Sunday afternoon, first responders were called out to a crash in Pahrump -- this one at an intersection that's seen its share of crashes.
The students in the J4NG program at Pahrump Valley High School are throwing their support behind Southern Nye County Search and Rescue -- by making a generous donation. News 25 was on hand for the presentation.
Parents across the country are growing concerned about the baby formula shortage -- which is showing no signs of improving anytime soon. So what can they do to help ensure their little ones get the food they need?
It's time to meet another pet available for adoption from one of our local shelters. Today, we're back inside the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where Darbie introduces us to Snow.
A fire Wednesday evening destroys an abandoned trailer in south Pahrump. Authorities say the cause is suspicious, and they're seeking tips from the public as the investigation continues.
A hit-and-run crash in Pahrump ends with the arrest of one driver, who now faces several charges, including driving under the influence. Brad Francis has the details.
Foster care provides a family life experience for children removed from their own homes due to abuse or neglect. Roughly four hundred children in rural Nevada are in foster care -- and every day, that number grows. Unfortunately, there are limited number of foster homes in rural communities, like Pahrump. And that's where you can help. Shelby Riley, who works for the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services, explains what it takes to become a foster parent.
Warmer weather means people are ready to get outside. But it's also time for ticks, reminds Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Dan Sullivan. And these critters can transmit Lyme disease.
One man is under arrest and his brother on the run in connection with a robbery, kidnapping and burglary in Pahrump. Brad Francis has more.
A police call to Never Give Up Academy in Amargosa Valley ends with the arrest of a staff member, who's accused of a sexual offense involving a juvenile. Brad Francis reports.
The largest fundraiser of the year for the Pahrump Valley Rotary Club is still several months away. But if you want to attend, you'll need to get your tickets sooner than later. Rotarian Doctor Tom Waters explains while there are fewer tickets available this year, that actually improves your odds of winning the big cash prize.
If your garage seems more like a black hole than a useful storage space, it’s time to make some changes. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Mallory Micetich gives us her favorite tips for designing a well-organized garage.
It's National Women's Health Week -- which is a good time to remind women about making their health a priority, and scheduling those routine checkups they might've put off during the pandemic.
It's time to meet another pet available for adoption from one of our local shelters. Today, Darbie joins us from the cat room at Desert Haven Animal Society, where she introduces us to Oscar.
A police pursuit Monday in Pahrump ends with three people under arrest. But police say one suspect, who claims to be a sovereign citizen, resisted efforts to take him into custody.
A weekend crash at the intersection of Basin Avenue and Linda Street in Pahrump sends a bicycle rider to Desert View Hospital.
One person is being treated at Desert View Hospital as a result of injuries they received in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon near the Pahrump Walmart.
Strong winds fanned what started as a small brush fire Sunday afternoon in Pahrump, quickly spreading flames to the former Charleston Pizza, at Charleston Park and David Street. Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis explains what happened. Chief Lewis says a burn moratorium starts next week. That means absolutely no burning of anything outside. In other words, no burn barrels, no controlled burning, no type of fire whatsoever outdoors.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is announcing a new program to help veterans manage their money. It's called the Veterans Benefits Banking Program. Charles Tapp the Second is the Chief Financial Officer for the Veterans Benefits Administration, which is part of the Department of Veterans Affairs. He says the program is designed to help veterans in receiving their VA compensation faster, safer and with fewer fees. And a big part of that is direct deposit.
When you’re hiring pros to help with home projects, it’s important to think about how much everything will cost – and how you will pay them. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Bailey Carson discusses the different ways to pay your pros and how to decide what’s right for you and your project.
Many people who've recovered from COVID-19 are still dealing with long-term complications from the virus. Their symptoms are wide ranging, but one of the more common issues reported involves difficulties with sleep.
If you're thinking about adding a pet to your family, we hope you'll consider adoption. For today's Save A Pet, we're back at Desert Haven Animal Society, where we meet Nolla.
Developers have big plans for what is now farmland in northern Pahrump. Brad Francis has the details.
Today is National Nurses Day. Which means it's the perfect time to tell you about a new program available through Desert View Hospital in Pahrump. It's called 'Earn While You Learn,' and it's giving people an opportunity to pursue a career in nursing, while still earning a living. DVH Chief Nursing Officer Bonnie Stolzman explains how it works and how to sign up.
Cinco de Mayo is a yearly celebration held on May 5 which commemorates the anniversary of Mexico's victory over the Second French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. This year, Amargosa Valley Schools held their own Cinco de Mayo celebration, complete with folklore dancing and readings performed by pre-K through 5th grade students. Ava Proulx and Alma Williams organized the family-friendly event, which drew a large and enthusiastic crowd to the Amargosa Valley Community Center.
Take a look around your home and notice how it makes you feel. If you don’t feel calm and relaxed, it might be time to make a few changes. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Mallory Micetich gives us her top tips for cultivating a relaxing space.
Mother's Day is Sunday. And if you haven't gotten your mom anything yet, you may want to consider giving her the gift of time. According to a survey from Parade Media and Cleveland Clinic, about four out of ten parents say they'd like to take mental and emotional health breaks -- but haven't been able to find the time.
It's Friday. You know what that means. Time to meet another pet available for adoption from one of our local shelters. For today's Save A Pet, Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman introduces us to Holly.
A domestic violence call in Pahrump ends with the arrest of one woman. Brad Francis tells us what happened.
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue is investigating the cause of a fire at a homeless campsite in Pahrump. Fire Chief Scott Lewis says the black smoke drew a lot of attention, but the fire itself was contained to a small area.
A windswept fire in north Pahrump early Thursday morning burned two structures to the ground and heavily damaged a third. Pahrump Valley Fire Chief Scott Lewis says initial reports were vague on the location of that fire.
If you drive anywhere, it's obvious an election is just around the corner. Political signs are everywhere -- including places they shouldn't be.
With summer temperatures right around the corner, you'll want to be prepared. And that includes getting your air conditioner ready for the scorching heat. That's where Pahrump Valley Air Conditioning comes in. Kenneth Patton says now is the time to act.
A Cleveland Clinic study shows elderly people who have aortic stenosis and also take calcium supplements have a higher mortality rate. For those unfamiliar, aortic stenosis restricts blood flow from the heart to the rest of the body.
If you're thinking about using a digital voice assistant, you have a few choices. Today, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, has some advice for what you need to consider.
You don't need numbers to prove what's obvious. There's a lot of building activity in the Pahrump Valley. One big project, that's been in the works for years, includes the construction of more than 200 homes on the south end of town. And developers are paying for a new roundabout to be built on State Route 160 to help handle an increase in traffic in that area.
The Culpepper and Merriweather Great Combined Circus came to town. Then it left. But not before performing two entertaining shows under the big top Tuesday evening in Pahrump. The circus performs two shows Wednesday evening in Beatty, then moves on for two shows in Tonopah.
If you're a Star Wars fan, you'll remember the scene with Luke Skywalker and his bionic hand. Well, researchers at Cleveland Clinic have made this fantasy a reality for amputees. New research shows a prosthetic arm that's rewired to communicate with an amputee's brain can restore more natural function and feeling.
There are dozens of animals in our local shelters in need of a loving home. For today's Save A Pet, Darbie O'Donnell-Westerman joins us from Desert Haven Animal Society, where she introduces us to Ralph.
A report of a possible drunk driver in Pahrump ends with the arrest of a man on a more serious felony charge. Brad Francis has the details.
An automotive burglary caught on camera helps police nab Daniel Sandquist, who authorities say is suspected of the crime. Brad Francis has the details.
Two vehicles collide at a Pahrump intersection. But no one was seriously hurt. The Nye County Sheriff's Office is investigating.
Investigators are looking for the cause of a Tuesday morning fire that caused significant damage to a Pahrump home. A firefighter was hurt while working to extinguish the flames.
A new survey from Cleveland Clinic has some interesting findings about how Americans view mental health. For example, it found a majority believe mental health is just as important as physical health. However, over one-third still rate their own mental health as just average or low. Brittany Harris breaks down the results. Doctor Prewitt says if you notice your mental health doesn't seem to be improving with time, don't be afraid to consult with a professional for help.
There's a lot of sporting news to talk about in Southern Nevada. And here to do the talking is Doug Ferber.
Today is 'Melanoma Monday.' For those unfamiliar, melanoma is considered the most invasive form of skin cancer and has the highest risk for death. It's also another reason why skin cancer checks are so important.
The winners of this year’s karaoke competition have been announced. News 25 stopped by the Pourhouse Restaurant here in Pahrump to watch the much anticipated showdown.
The Clark County Coroner's Office is working to identify human remains discovered inside a barrel that washed ashore at Lake Mead.
If you're looking for a new job -- or a new career -- mark your calendar. A great opportunity is just around the corner. NyE Communities Coalition is holding another job fair in Pahrump. NyECC's Ed Kelly says it's a great opportunity for employers and job seekers.
The Pahrump Valley Garden Club is gearing up for an annual and very popular event -- the landscape tour. Sandy Nelson says it's a great way to see the best of the best in the desert.
If you have some books you'd like to get rid of, the Rotary Club of Pahrump Valley will be happy to take them off your hands. The local club is holding a book drive this weekend, seeking to collect new and gently used books, which they'll then re-distribute to elementary schools in the Nye County School District. Rotary President Eddie Williams says the effort is part of the club's larger initiative to get kids to read. For more information about the book drive you can call Williams at 210-573-6161.
It's time to once again meet a local shelter pet. For today's Save A Pet, Darbie introduces us to an adorable kitten named Jinx.
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