Some new homes are on their way to being built here in town. Nye County Board of Commissioners voice concern over the current water resources during the recent agenda item.
Some new homes are on their way to being built here in town. Nye County Board of Commissioners voice concern over the current water resources during the recent agenda item.
If you are planning to set off some fireworks in town, we have some important details you may need to know before heading out to the launch site.
In today’s super-competitive housing market, it might make more sense to turn to home renovations to update your current living space rather than looking for a new one. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Mallory Micetich gives us advice on how to set yourself up for a successful home renovation.
Fire Chief Scott Lewis gives some tips on firework safety for the holiday weekend.
Now that School is out for the summer, a lot of parents are probably starting to hear their kids complain that they're bored. Thankfully, Pediatrician Doctor Gina Robinson with Cleveland Clinic Children's has some healthy tips to keep them entertained.
If you're looking to buy a new computer, you may have questions. And our go-to guy Josh Osborne at Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, is here to help.
The neighbors near a dilapidated property on Deadwood Street may see some remedy soon, according to Nye County Code Compliance. The item was brought before the board of County Commissioners recently.
It's almost time for Artesian Cellars first Friday event happening this Friday. We caught up with owner Tim Burke and Pam Tyler at the last event to find out more.
In 2016 a large fire exploded at the US Ecology nuclear waste disposal facility on U.S. highway 95 in Beatty. Last night fire crews were called for a barrel that was smoldering. We spoke to Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Lewis to get the details.
Lots of tears, hugs, adoptions and moving boxes as Desert Haven crews move out of the county shelter and the Sheriff’s Office and county staff take over the new facility just across the street on Siri Lane. We caught up with president of the non-profit pet rescue to see how the final days are going. Desert Haven will close tomorrow at 4 pm.
A new survey from Cleveland Clinic has some surprising findings about women and Alzheimer's Disease. It appears many don't know that they're at higher risk. However, as Brittany Harris reports, they are more likely to do something about it when they are educated.
Darbie is doing her last Save-A-Pet at Desert Haven. Don’t worry she will continue to do Save-A-Pet segments. Today she is offering up Hootie again who is available now.
A driver of a pickup truck escaped injury today after his vehicle hauling a trailer caught fire with a large amount of fuel on board.
A recreational vehicle caught fire last night on Blosser Ranch Road. The owner came home from work to discover his two dogs were gone and his home destroyed. Fire fighters were able to save the main structure on the property. Fire Chief Scott Lewis tells us about the call for service.
Ed Kelly from Nye Communities Coalition invites anyone who would like to learn about a new career in an expanding field. The training is also free and open to anyone.
Nye County Health and Human Services held an event at Nye Communities Coalition that brought together vital services available to the public in our area.
Sexually Transmitted Infections are on the rise, according to the CDC. The agency reports that cases decreased during the early months of the pandemic, but most resurged by the end of that year.
Nye County Sheriff's Office arrest a local Pahrump man for assault with a deadly weapon.
Nye County Sheriff's Office arrest a local Pahrump Man for Sexual Assault and Lewd Act committed by a person over 18 with a child.
You have an opportunity to win a $1,000 Gas Card to support a local non-profit. Tonya Brum from RSVP gives us the details.
If you're looking for an excuse to get outside and enjoy the summer, while also being productive, look no further than your home itself. In today's Ask Angi segment, Bailey Carson shares tips on tackling some of the top summer home projects.
There's a free class being held soon for individuals who may be in crisis.
The summer temps are heating up, which means it's important to make sure you are cooling down, otherwise you could risk getting dehydrated. Even more dangerous, having a heat stroke.
Nugget is a sweet and cuddly cat available for adoption right now at Desert Haven Animal Society.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office says that an arson suspect was released from the hospital after he allegedly lit his home on fire. The arrest report details the call for service on Pahrump’s south side early Tuesday morning.
Nye County Sheriff's Office obtained a search warrant for a home following a report of possible fraud.
Before your kids hop on their bikes and ride off into the summer sunset, there's something parents need to check first, their Helmets!
The Pahrump 4-H Club put together a beautiful display for anyone who would like to enjoy. The Story Walk is free and open to the public on the corner of Calvada Boulevard and Dandelion Street in the garden of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension.
Pickles is a cute and cuddly cat available for adoption right now at Desert Haven Animal Society.
Thinking about getting a smartwatch? Today, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, talks about what you should consider before buying one.
Frank Van Landingham who heads up a Facebook page called Front sight Lawsuit says that the firearms training facility Front Sight south of Pahrump is going through some more changes. KPVM has reached out for comment with no response to the facility. Front Sight owner Dr. Ignatius Piazza has filed for bankruptcy. We caught up with Van Landingham via zoom to find out about the latest court case and the notice of default and potential foreclosure on the property.
A special theater camp happening now is continuing weekly performances that are showcased on Saturday nights at Nye Communities Coalition.
A local female small business owner with a heart is finding creative ways to give back to those in need in our community with a classic car show.
Yesterday was John Schultz 62 birthday. His family honored the man whose death still remains a mystery.
A person said to be in a desperate situation allegedly lit his home on fire this morning. He was able to get out alive. Two of his pets did not survive. Now, he is facing charges related to the arson and death of his cats.
If you're back in the office after working from home, you may want to think about introducing some healthier habits, like mindful eating. A psychologist for Cleveland Clinic explains what that is and why it can help.
The American Red Cross and other entities are helping victims of a fire that tore through a downtown Las Vegas neighborhood and businesses early Sunday morning.
Police conduct an arrest on a man who they say racked up some significant criminal allegations over a period of time.
An abandoned RV that caught fire over the weekend in the desert between Bourbon Street and Highway 372 appears to have been intentionally set.
A structure fire that required the occupants to quickly evacuate the home Friday night was also extinguished quickly by Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue crews with no reported injuries.
The Saddle West Hotel and Casino was the home of another pageant this weekend. The queen and her court are excited to start their rein after the fun and exciting event.
Their children’s education is a top priority for most parents, but not all would go as far as the Founding Members of a public charter school established in our Nation’s Capital. Kim Martinez reports on what makes this school so outstanding.
Today Darbie introduces us to Tyson who is now available at Desert Haven. If you love the boxer breed, this doggy may be just for you.
One person was taken by ambulance to our local hospital following a crash on the highway. The motorcycle rider sustained non-life threatening injuries.
One person has been killed following an explosion and fire located on a property located on Janet Lane. Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Lewis has the updated details.
The Pahrump Moose Lodge was sparred early this morning when a passerby saw flames showing near the back of the building. Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Lewis has details.
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Lewis says that quick thinking by Pahrump Valley Disposal drivers saved their equipment from further damage once again. Lewis tells us why this happens on occasion.
If you are looking into getting into a rewarding career, Nye Communities Coalition can help with a leg up into some federal jobs available now. Here is Ed Kelly to explain.
It's a very happy Father's Day for a family from Michigan who welcomed three identical baby girls last September with the help of a surrogate. Brittany Harris spoke with the two Dads about their remarkable story.
Josh Osbourne brings us the Great Computer Deals Tech Tip. Josh talks about the #1 threat facing normal computer users.
If you are looking for an energetic dog that hopes to relax at his new home, meet Lake who is available now at Desert Haven Animal Society.
A local man is arrested by Nye County Sheriff's for a domestic battery and child abuse allegation.
One person was transported from a three vehicle crash earlier this week. Here is Lieutenant Kevin Clickner with the details.
An Investigation is underway following a fatal structure fire late this afternoon on Pahrump's North side.
Lieutenant Kevin Clickner with Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue tells us about an unusual discovery that occurred in the early morning hours on Bell Vista in Pahrump.
Shirley Molenda is contestant #6 for this weekend's Ms Senior Golden Years USA Pageant. Ms. Molenda tells us about herself and the event happening at the Saddle West on June 18th. Doors open at 6:00.
The Pahrump Valley Rotary's Interact Club was recognized for all these young people who gave back all year long, at a special ceremony recently in town.
Fun in the sun can lead to heat illness and dehydration quickly for a child. Doctor Richard So, who is a pediatrician at Cleveland Clinic Children's, says you can help beat the heat by hydrating the night before.
Here is Katie Freter with today's News 25 Sports Report.
Many people in the community, including Xpress Diesel and Auto Repair have come together to help a senior in town with her vital vehicle repairs. We spoke to the donors to get an update on the donations they are helping to collect.
Residents on Pahrump’s south side were shocked to hear gunfire in their area over the weekend. One person has been arrested by Nye County Sheriff's in this case.
Our own Vern Van Winkle stopped by the polls yesterday in Pahrump to speak to Nye County Clerk about the election.
Linda Wright from the Holiday task force tells us all about this year's Independence Day Parade and event happening in the Calvada eye on the 4th of July.
Nevada Highway Patrol was on scene this afternoon with medics to investigate the cause of this Rollover crash on Hwy 160 North of Leslie Street in Pahrump.
Vall Hallam is contestant #5 for this weekend’s Miss Senior Golden Years USA Pageant. Ms. Hallam tells us about herself and the event happening at the Saddle West on June 18th. Doors open at 6:00
Darbie has a dog with her today named Kenny. He is a sweet young doggy ready for his forever home at Desert Haven Animal Society.
After 28 years with Nye County and 21 years working in the clerk’s office, Nye County Clerk Sandra Merlino’s exemplary service as a public servant is coming to an end. Hers are big shoes to fill, to whoever is elected to the position. The recent elections have taken their toll and Merlino is excited to finally retire. Her crew had nothing but praise, tears, hugs, kind words and some cake today, while bragging about what an amazing person Merlino has been to work with. In her final interview with KPVM that we know of, pending her departure in August, Sam tells us about the primary election and when we can expect results trickling in.
Thankfully no injuries were reported today as a result of a rollover crash off Highway 160, just north of Irene Street.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo expressed his desire to set some things straight when it comes to his call for service of a suspicious package. Here is what he has to say.
LeeAnn Luna tells us about a free class you can register for right now to help with suicide awareness and prevention.
Stash Cannabis is opening several locations. One of them will be holding a grand opening near Tonopah very soon. They hope to get some applicants and the community revved up for the big event.
Today is "World Blood Donor Day", which was created to help raise awareness about blood donations and to thank all those who donate blood. According to the Red Cross, someone here in the United States needs Blood or Platelets every two seconds.
The 2022 Miss Pahrump has been crowned. We caught up with this year’s queen McKenna Cunningham shortly after the pageant.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo had contact with NCSO deputies again at his residence. This time his wife is alleging that he is disseminating pornographic video and photos of her on the internet. News 25 spoke to Blundo for an extended period of time today urging him to express his side of this story. Leo declined but was sure that this is a political attempt by his opponent to ruin his chances for re-election. Police say that Mrs. Blundo declined to file charges against her husband in this case.
We caught up with Rachel Aldana with The Nye County Clerk’s Office to get some last minute tips on how and where to vote.
Carol Smith is competing this weekend for the crown at the Ms Senior Golden Years USA Pageant. Contestant #3 tells us a little about herself and how you can attend the show.
Sleep Disturbances among Covid-19 long-haulers appear to be quite common according to new data from Cleveland Clinic.
If you are looking for a friendly beautiful male cat, Ruger may be just the feline for you. He is available at Desert Haven Animal Society.
The Henderson Development Association held its first mixer since Covid. The President of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Scott Muelrath talks to KPVM 25 about this mixer and talks about development, what's in the pipeline, and issues facing the development community.
We have a new face here at KPVM 25. Katie Freter has your Sports Report.
Ellie Wilshusen tells us about next weeks pageant for the Ms Senior Golden Years. Contestant #2 gives us a little info on herself.
Let's head on over to Desert Haven Animal Society where we catch up with Marissa Mont-Ros and a whole lot of cute kittens.
Well you might have heard of it. It's called Jazzercise and it is a fun exercise with lots of music and of course very social. There's a special class that's happening on Monday that is free to the public. Don't miss it.
Police say that a local man is facing child abuse charges after a baby arrived at Desert View Hospital with a broken leg. Doctors think this might not have been the first time.
A health care worker gives his opinion of the current drought situation in Southern Nevada. Stuart Hitchen says he watches the water authority and the urgent need for water resources very closely and believes we will get past this.
If you love chili and BBQ, Linda Wright tells us about an event happening this Saturday that promises to be lots of fun and very yummy.
It’s finally time for summer, which means we’re ready to bring out the grill and start hosting barbecues. In today’s Ask Angi segment, Bailey Carson walks us through how to prepare our homes and yards for barbecue season.
In one ethnically and economically diverse community, many had doubts that their students would be able to tackle a rigorous curriculum based on the classics. But as it turns out, the students are rising to the challenge and really learning to understand even the most complex writings. Kim Martinez reports.
Kids are finally out of school and that means a lot of parents will be taking their little ones to the pool this summer to go swimming. But before they jump in, here are some safety tips to keep in mind.
If you're looking to buy a new computer, you may have questions. And our go-to guy Josh Osborne at Great Computer Deals in Pahrump is here to help. Today, Josh talks backups.
The nomination period has been extended for this year’s Governor’s Points of Light Awards. Here is newlywed Shannon Arimura and Elena Arms to tell us more.
Ann Underdahl tells us about next week’s pageant for the Ms Senior Golden Years. Contestant number 1 gives us a little info on herself.
One person was reportedly injured as a result of a two vehicle crash this afternoon on the Highway 160 at Basin Avenue in Pahrump.
A local firefighter is campaigning for Las Vegas City Council in Ward 2. Here is Alan Bigelow.
As more Monkeypox cases are reported worldwide, people here in the U.S. may be wondering what exactly the disease is and if they're at risk.
A new U.S. citizen who calls Pahrump his home and has been working with veterans in our town was honored recently at the VFW Post following his naturalization ceremony.
A local square dancing group wrapped up their session with a graduation of some of their members. News 25 joined in the fun with the Desert Squares.
Darbie is off this week. So we have a special guest showing us some beautiful cats at Desert Haven Animal Society.
Two people have been arrested for allegedly cashing fraudulent checks at a local bank.
A man running for US congress in District 3 spoke to KPVM 25 recently about his campaign. Our own Vern Van Winkle introduces us to Noah Malgeri.
Sharelle Mendenhall, US Senate Candidate, 3 Minute Interview by KPVM TV 25
A police pursuit ends with one in custody who said he didn’t want to be deported.
Two people were arrested after an armed robbery that occurred at a local gas station over the weekend. The intense standoff involved armed suspects in the dark desert off the main highway. One of them was an Unnamed Juvenile.
One person was recently taken to a trauma center after he was involved in a one vehicle crash in Pahrump.
A local farmer who is a former fire fighter had some tense moment when a firework landed near his property causing a brush fire near Gamebird in Pahrump.
A program is being offered right now for veterans who are wanting to keep or acquire a contractor’s license.
A Grandmother is back to riding roller coasters with her Grandkids after suffering from Diaphragm Paralysis. The condition left her unable to do even the simplest of tasks. Thankfully Doctors at Cleveland Clinic were able to find a treatment. Brittany Harris has the story.
If you have little ones, you know how difficult it can be to slather them up with sunscreen to protect their delicate skin from the sun. According to Cleveland Clinic Dermatologist, Doctor Melissa Piliang, one childhood sunburn can increase risk for melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Darbie has a sweet dog with her today who is still at the shelter looking for a home of her own.
If you have a traffic ticket you might just be able to get out of it by donating school supplies. Alisa Shoults tell us how.
The Pahrump Valley High School JROTC program has fell by the wayside, due to a staffing shortage of qualified instructors with a military background. PVHS Principal Desiree Veloz says the school is looking into other programs but if the opportunity comes up in the future they are still willing to begin a new program in the future.
Carrie Cox is campaigning for Henderson City Council. News 25 caught up with Carrie recently to talk about her campaign.
Here is a special dog available for adoption right now at our local shelter. Darbie tells us all about Bo.
A small child was attacked by a dog yesterday in Pahrump. The child sustained significant facial trauma as a result. Nye County Animal Control, Nye County Sherriff’s Office Deputies and PVFRS Medics were called after the family took the child to Intermountain Health. The child was flown to a trauma center alert and conscious.
A pickup truck was destroyed last night after it caught fire while traveling down the roadway. Fire Chief Scott Lewis says the truck had recent repairs.
Police are looking into who may have started a structure fire last night right behind a fireworks store off the main highway 372 in Pahrump.
The Principal of Pahrump Valley High School, Desiree Veloz, talks to us about this year’s commencement ceremony and how this was her first of many to come.
Thankfully no injuries were sustained as a result of a porch on fire on Wilson Road in Pahrump.
Candidate for Nevada State Governor John Lee speaks to News 25 about his campaign.
National Cancer Survivors Day is coming up this Sunday. An Ohio Father is sharing his story after discovering he had Kidney Cancer during an annual physical. As Brittany Harris reports, he would've never known he was sick had he not gone in for a CHECK-UP.
Tomorrow is a special day at Hypno Comics. Here is Lou Ferrigno to tell you more.
Nearly everything we do online requires a password. But it can be tricky to manage all of those letters and numbers. Today, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, has some tips for how to best organize and remember them.
Darcy Spaulding tells us about a senior lady who needs repairs to her vehicle. Spaulding was able to get a family member to help with labor costs, but is asking if anyone would like to donate for the parts to get this lady back on the road safety.
Darbie greats us with a beautiful dog right now named Henry who is available for adoption.
Dr. Tom Waters tell us about a recent trip southern Nevada veterans had an opportunity to be part of called, Honor Flight.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) post in Pahrump held their annual Memorial Day event on Monday followed by a flag retirement ceremony. VFW Commander Kennard gives us the rundown.
Two people are wanted by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office after they executed a search warrant at an area home.
Rory has a sweet kitty with her today that is available for adoption from Desert Haven Animal Society.
District Attorney Chris Arabia spoke to our camera about his re-election campaign and what he has done and what he is looking forward to continuing if elected.
r. Pelin Batur specializes in women's health for Cleveland Clinic. She says women will often come in for symptoms related to Perimenopause, Post Menopause or when they have disruptions in their menstrual cycle. Testing varies based on the situation. But Dr. Batur says, in some cases, they will check estrogen, testosterone or thyroid hormone levels. She says it's important to note that certain symptoms, like difficulty losing weight or hair loss, aren't always related to hormones. It could be due to dietary and lifestyle choices. That's why Dr. Batur makes sure to have a thorough conversation before making a determination.
A large brush fire had black smoke billowing through the air over the weekend near the center of town.
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