If you are experiencing dry skin this winter, you're not alone. It happens to many of us. Dermatologist Amy Kassouf from Cleveland Clinic explains why. Doctor Kassouf says as far as cleansers go, make sure it's a foaming one, it will do a better job of removing impurities. And then follow it up with some moisturizer. Don't forget to wear SPF too! People are at risk for skin cancer any time of the year.
An elderly man is found deceased inside a home following a structure fire on Pahrump’s south side. Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue’s Fire Chief Scott Lewis says the investigation is underway as to the cause of the fire.
A driver says she may have suffered a seizure this morning right before she crashed her car into a tree on Manse Road. News 25 has learned the female driver and her child are doing ok. She was taken by personal vehicle to the hospital after declining medical transport from the scene.
A lithium battery pack fire prompted police and fire to respond to the Holiday Inn Express Sunday morning for a report of a room fire.
Fire Chief Scott Lewis talks about vehicle crashes on U.S. Highway 95 during the weekend weather which closed down the Highway 160 pass to Las Vegas for a couple of hours. Many drivers choose to utilize Highway 95 which had a lot of snow on the highway. Two crashes during a short period of time brought traffic to a standstill.
We told you about the two new additions to the Nye County Sheriff’s Office on Friday. Sheriff Joe McGill is proud to welcome the K-9 officers to the team.
Almost 38,000 dollars has been granted to Nye Communities Coalition from the American Rescue Act Funds approved by the Board of County Commissioners. DJ Mills spoke to the board about the need.
Doctor Matthew Sacco, a Psychologist of Cleveland Clinic says, if you've never had a self-care routine, now may be the time to start one. It can be beneficial for both your physical and mental health. Doctor Sacco says developing a self-care routine can take time in some cases. Especially if you're trying to get use to new habits. So don't feel pressured to meet a certain expectation or deadline.
Two new officers have now joined the ranks of the Nye County Sheriff’s Office.
A civic center in Pahrump might be on the horizon. One million dollars in government funding was approved during the last Board of County Commissioner meeting.
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a vehicle fire. Upon arrival Nye County Sheriff’s Office Deputies report that they located the driver still inside the car.
The Nye County District Attorney’s Office has charged a female with assault with a deadly weapon in a case stemming from 2022.
A subject has been charged with allegedly selling a shed and household goods belonging to someone else, according to the District Attorney’s Office report.
Nancy Erwin is encouraging everyone to make and bid on desserts for the upcoming auction to support First Choice Pregnancy Center.
Today Pat Leming from Never Forgotten Animal Society introduces us to Brandy the cat who is available now.
A recent Cleveland Clinic Survey found that almost half of Americans believe the biggest barrier to a healthy diet is the cost of food, but it doesn't have to be. Registered Dietitian Julia Zumpano has some helpful tips. Zumpano says you can also buy meats on sale and store them in your freezer. Finally, try to avoid using delivery services if you can. That's another way to help save on groceries.
The cause of a shooting on Tuesday night has been revealed by both the suspect and one of the victims.
The Nevada State Fire Marshall responded today for a structure fire that extended to a home this morning on Pahrump’s south side of town.
Fire crews have been busy lately; we got an update with Fire Chief Scott Lewis regarding Tuesday night’s structure fire that was battled during high winds on Donner Street.
A truck and a passenger vehicle collided this morning at the intersection of Basin Avenue and David Street.
Major damage was sustained by two vehicles today on the highway, thankfully no major injuries.
Police say that two homeless men got into an argument behind Walmart, they arrested one of them outside his tent in a homeless encampment.
If you cannot decide on whether you should replace your broken computer versus fixing it, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, steers us in the right direction.
A winter storm is sweeping across the United States with heavy snow expected. And as it comes pouring down, it's important to be safe when shoveling outside. Doctor Waters says if you feel sore after shoveling snow, be sure to rest and if needed, you can take an over-the-counter pain reliever. It can also be helpful to use ice or heat. If the pain persists, you should consult with a physician.
One person has been arrested and is facing murder charges and attempted murder charges after allegedly killing a father and shooting his son at a home on Basin Avenue.
Two vehicles were sparred and two cats were rescued from a structure fire that caused havoc for fire fighters during high winds Tuesday night.
Deputies say they determined that a female who originally stated that she was assaulted by her boyfriend is actually the aggressor.
Thankfully only minor injuries reported as a result of a two vehicle crash today on the highway.
A playful pup named Patches is available for adoption at Never Forgotten Animal Society. Pat Leming shows us this beautiful dog.
Coughing and shortness of breath are enough to put anyone on high alert for Covid-19 these days. However, these symptoms are common in people with exercise induced Asthma, which can make breathing uncomfortable and difficult. But Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Sandra Hong says there's typically a pattern with this type of asthma. Doctor Hong says Asthma related symptoms are usually treated with medications that can get people back to peak performance.
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue responded with Nye County Sheriff’s Office Deputies to a report of a burn victim. The patient was transported to a trauma center in Las Vegas via Mercy Air. Fire Chief Scott Lewis explains.Show less
A customer at a local brothel is removed by officers after he reportedly refused to leave the business.
Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue responded with Nye County Sheriff’s Office Deputies to a report of a burn victim. The patient was transported to a trauma center in Las Vegas via Mercy Air. Fire Chief Scott Lewis explains.
Ryan Muccio says there is still a need for volunteers to help with Tonopah Remote Area Medical event happening early next month.
It is going to weigh about 4000 pounds and it is has been a long time in the making. A beautiful glass art sculpture being created for the Las Vegas Municipal Court by artists Barbara and Larry Domsky. Reporter Nancy Burn from Las Vegas TV Channel 2 produced this segment and got a sneak peak in the creative vision.Show less
With February being American Heart Month, it's a good time to remind the public about the importance of knowing how to do CPR. According to the American Heart Association, immediate CPR can double or triple a person's chances of survival after cardiac arrest. Doctor Singh says both adults and children should know how to perform CPR. There are many classes available both in person and online.
Today News 25 celebrates Presidents' Day by bringing you some patriotic PSA’s created by students. These come from the organization Constituting America. Each year they look for ways to support America’s youth with a contest among high school students, looking for creative and powerful messaging which showcases the U.S. Constitution and “civil civic conversation”.
Buddy Krebs who is the Director of the Pahrump Jr. High and High School Rodeo was excited to once again have a successful event at the McCullough Arena for the annual youth rodeo. Krebs caught up with News 25’s Eddie O’Brien at the event over the weekend.
Crab was on the menu at Nye Communities Coalition Saturday night for the CASA Crab Fest. The event has not been held in recent years. The room was packed to support (CASA) Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocate’s important fundraiser. This crucial program helps children in the foster care system. Everyone seems to enjoy the amazing food and had lots of fun!
The Nye County Republican Women hosted their annual Lincoln Day Dinner at the Pahrump Nugget to raise funds for their organization. Stephani Hashimura tells us about their event.
Inspiration Senior Living is having an event called Sip and Learn. Everyone is invited to attend the event and to ask questions to their memory care specialists.
Pat Leming at Never Forgotten Animal Society Introduces us to Piper the Cat available at Never Forgotten Animal Society.
The U.S. Census Bureau shows more than 64 million women in America are going through menopause or are post-menopause. Previously, treatment often included hormone therapy, but that changed after cardiovascular risks were reported. However, the American College of Cardiology's Cardiovascular Disease in Women Committee, led by Cleveland Clinic's Doctor Leslie Cho, found that hormone therapy can still be used, but with specific guidance. Doctor Cho's research was recently published in the American Heart Association's 'Circulation' Journal.
$1000 dollar check was presented today to support the Pahrump Jr High and High School Rodeo Club.
Pahrump Disability Outreach Program participated again this year in the Tim Teabow Foundation’s worldwide event called Night to Shine. This annual event is an unforgettable prom type experience focused on people with special needs ages 14 and older.
Affordable Sheds just celebrated their grand opening. News 25 caught up with the Dixons who are a father and son team, who tell us why their custom made sheds are so unique.
Everyone is invited to the Inspirations 10 Year Anniversary celebration Saturday, Ryan Muccio gives us all the details.
If you are looking for a beautiful Shepard that is still young but past the puppy stage, Baya may be the dog for you. Pat Leming invites you to come meet her at Never Forgotten Animal Society
Is your computer performing slower than usual? Today, Josh Osborne, from Great Computer Deals in Pahrump, talks to us about 'Bad or Failing Hard Drives'.
A female calls police after a person she has trespassed from her property reportedly re-enters through a window.
News 25 catches up with Nevada State Controller Andy Mathews who is looking forward to trimming the fat on state spending.
The Pahrump Valley Rotary Club is the latest recipient of the Andre Butch Harper Act of Kindness Award, presented by Dr. Tom Waters with the help of Deanna O’Donnell
Congratulations to Pahrump Valley High School State Wrestling Champ Brennen Benedict. A tearful and fond farewell to long time coach and Pahrump Valley High School favorite, Craig Rieger. The two pair up in our interview in the gym where legends are made, at Pahrump Valley High School.
The case involving the killing of Las Vegas man Roy Jaggers, was in court again today. Judge Kim Wanker heard one attorney’s motion to withdraw from the case. The judge said putting a new attorney in place at this time would set that trial date back months.
Tomorrow is National Caregivers Day. The Day recognizes not just caregivers in the health field but also family caregivers who look after loved ones. And as you can imagine, that role is very important. But, it can also be challenging. Doctor Carriere says if you notice a caregiver in your life is having a hard time, you may want to talk to them about how they're feeling and offer help, if possible.
District 36 Assemblyman Greg Hafen is hoping to have a more direct connection with his constituents during this legislative session. He also has some assembly bills he is introducing in Carson City. We caught up with the lawmaker at the Lincoln Day Dinner Saturday Night. Assemblyman Hafen and News 25 are making arraignments to have regular interviews to bring you the latest of what is happening this legislative session in Carson City.
February is National Cancer Prevention Month. According to a study released last year, more individuals under the age of 50 are being diagnosed with cancer, both here in the U.S. and worldwide. Some of the cancers include Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer, Endometrial Cancer and Prostate Cancer. As far as prevention is concerned, Doctor Kamath recommends keeping a healthy weight, regularly exercising and eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits. Also be sure to go to your annual screenings. Guidelines have changed in recent years, so make sure you're up-to-date.
Sheriff Joe McGill revealed to the public on Saturday night that the Nye County Animal Shelter and Animal Control Officers will now be under control of the county come March 6th McGill says that he believes the officers should remain under the sheriff’s office’s control. We also spoke to a former Animal Control Officer and shelter manager Beth Kakavulias who has a unique perspective.
Sheriff Joe McGill spoke to our camera today about a robbery that took place at the Pahrump DAIRY Queen Sunday morning. The suspect walked into the business and reportedly threatened the employees with a crowbar.
Sheriff Joe McGill presented a cash award that was collected from members of the public and given to a tipster this morning at the Nye County Sheriff’s Office. The information this individual provided led to the capture of a suspect that has been charged with two felony counts of animal abuse and neglect. The tipster asked that we not give her name.
Las Vegas TV Channel 2 Sue Leavitt stopped by the Discovery Children's Museum as part of their report last November regarding heavy rainfalls in the Las Vegas Valley. The Clark County Regional Flood Control District has partnered with the Discovery Children's Museum to deliver an important message to children. Kids can visit Drainger Danger at the museum to receive flood safety tips along with the chance to win a prize! Drainger Danger will only live at the museum until this November, so you'll want to go check it out soon!
A recent Cleveland Clinic survey found almost half of Americans admitted they buy fast food at least once a week with younger generations doing it the most. And while fast food may be convenient, it's not exactly healthy. Zumpano says if you keep a busier schedule and aren't sure what to cook at home, consider buying frozen vegetables, salad kits or mixed greens. Those won't take long to make. Same with precooked meats and other side dishes, like beans, whole grain rice or noodles.
A pair who aren’t strangers to local law enforcement make another appearance at the detention center.Show less
Voting opens up Monday for VEA members to vote in District 6 to retain or replace the board member in their area. We spoke to Brent Kaucky about his run for the seat.
Rory Rowsell is with us to talk about some the events happening around us in Pahrump and Las Vegas for Valentine’s Day.Show less
If you’re hiring a pro to do work in your home, you may be wondering how to tell the good pros apart from the bad pros. Angie Hicks, Chief Customer Officer and Home Expert at Angi, is here to walk us through some pro red flags.Show less
A Tonopah man is arrested for allegedly sending threatening messages.
The winner of the Battle of the Badges has been announced, Jadey Zaragoza has the story.
A local woman is charged with shooting a person and unauthorized use of a credit card.
The fast-growing and underserved Silverado Ranch community in the southern Las Vegas Valley is finally getting a community center, the first to be built in nearly a decade. A groundbreaking ceremony will be kicking off construction of the two story, 37,000 square foot Silverado Ranch community Center on Monday, February 13 at 10 AM.
Josh Osborne of Great Computer Deals talks to us about an issue many of us may face concerning our computers, and that is, Wireless Connection Problems at Home.
A vaccine designed to prevent breast cancer is moving into the next phase of study. Cleveland Clinic researchers will soon begin enrolling for phase 1-B. Researchers expect to have results from this early phase of research by the end of 2023.
Another male is arrested for going to the bathroom on the side of the road.
Deputies locate a man who they say was in possession of drugs and several dangerous firearms while under the influence.
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension office is looking forward to new adventures in the future. UNCE’s Misha Allen, gave the County Commissioner’s an update about the new programs this week which includes a new Boys and Girls Club in Tonopah.
County Commissioners push the diesel fuel tax ballot question until general election.
Pahrump Valley High School students get ready for Valentine’s Day and Election Day. Here is Rory Rowsell with your Student News.
Never Forgotten Animal Society introduces us to a sweetheart of a kitty named Midnight available now in time to be your Valentine.
Stress is something we can all relate to. And it can impact us in different ways, not just mentally, but physically too. Psychologist Doctor Susan Albers with Cleveland Clinic explains. Doctor Albers notes some stress can be positive. For example, it can provide a boost of motivation to meet a deadline at work.
A post on Facebook Marketplace leads to an arrest and recovery of stolen property.
Police report that an intoxicated man started a fire and then urinated on it as they arrived on scene.
Las Vegas Tv Channel 2 produced a segment about a recent pop up art gallery where you will find the work of three world renowned artists. This exhibit is in the former Greyhound bus station next to the Plaza Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas and will be on display through February 26.
The Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile is driving around. Mikey Roohan tells us where you can see it in Southern Nevada.
Super Bowl Sunday is happening this weekend! Here is Mikey, Jadey and Rory to tell us all about it!
World renowned neurologist Dr. Lin Zhang made a stop in Pahrump recently at the Friends of Parkinson’s group. Dr. Zhang has been leading breakthrough research in this field with UC Davis.
Thank you to Linda Wright and the Holiday Task Force for stopping by today.
As the snow continues to fall this winter, it can be hard to find the motivation to go to the gym. But Doctor Marie Schaefer with Cleveland Clinic says there are still plenty of other ways to stay active. Doctor Schaefer says if exercising outdoors doesn't sound very appealing, you could also work out at home instead. There are all kinds of programs online, many times for free.
Milo the cat is ready for his forever home. He is available now at Never Forgotten Animal Society.
Here is a beautiful senior Shephard looking for a home of her own. Allie is available now at Never Forgotten Animal Society.
One person is transported this afternoon by ground ambulance with injuries sustained as a result of a major crash on Pahrump’s south side.
We let modern technology help us out in our work lives and social lives, so why not let it help us out in our homes? Angie Hicks, Chief Customer Officer and Home Expert at Angi, is here to teach us how to use smart home technology to make our lives easier.
Josh Osborne of Great Computer Deals explains having too high expectations for low-end or older technology.
In an unrelated story, a Tonopah woman is arrested for embezzlement allegedly spending funds to be used for the Tonopah High School Rodeo Club.
Auctioneer Ski Censke and Buddy Krebs from the Pahrump Jr. High and High School Rodeo, will be at the VFW Post on Homestead Road from 8 am until noon Saturday to sell raffle tickets to support the local team.
A new Cleveland Clinic survey is shedding light on what Americans think about heart health and what is considered healthy versus what is not. For those looking for a certain type of diet to follow for heart health, Cleveland Clinic recommends the Mediterranean diet, which research has shown can help lower your risk for heart attack and stroke. The Mediterranean diet consists of mainly fruits, vegetables, grains, olive oil, nuts and some fish and poultry.
A pair was arrested in Amargosa for possession of a stolen vehicle.
The Office for Victims of Crime is celebrating 20 years of anti-trafficking work! They have selected collaboration, transformation, and Impact as the theme for this milestone, which underscores the importance of helping human trafficking survivors find their justice.
It’s Groundhog Day. A crowd of people joined together in Pennsylvania this morning for the weather predicting groundhog. Punxsutawney Phil has forecast six more weeks of winter.
Are you ready Las Vegas? Do you love thrilling, wicked, sexy, or even dangerous things? Paranormal Cirque will expose you to a unique creation of combined theatre, circus, and cabaret with a new European style flare. Cirque Italia is now presenting a brand-new show for a MATURE audience!
Ellie May is a beautiful senior dog available now for adoption. This border collie mix is red and white, loyal and loving.
New Research from Cleveland Clinic shows a link between gut health and our risk for developing different diseases, in this case the risk for heart failure. For those unfamiliar, heart failure is when the heart can't pump enough blood. Data shows roughly 6.2 million American adults have heart failure. It also continues to be one of the leading causes of death and hospital admissions in the United States and worldwide.
If you would like to volunteer for the 2024 Super bowl Mikey Roohan tells you how.
The Journal of American Medical Association Editor Dr. Thomas B. Cole, gives insight into a randomized clinical trial investigating whether a hearing care intervention consisting of a community health worker–delivered personal sound amplification device improves communication function among older adults with hearing loss. This study was published in the December 20, 2022, issue of JAMA.
You may notice some increased air traffic lately. The first Red Flag-Nellis exercise of 2023 is underway at Nellis Air Force Base and Nevada Test Site and Training Range. Close to 100 aircraft and 3,000 coalition service members are expected to participate in this exercise.
Basin Avenue east of Blagg Road to Highway 160 and Blagg Road intersection is getting an upgrade. Director of Public Works Thomas Bolling, spoke to News 25 today about the project that is scheduled to be completed by May.
Pahrump is going to get the meats! The newest restaurant being built just off the highway is starting to take shape.
Nevada definitely has some interesting attractions. “Travel Nevada” has put together a list of what they call the “weirdest wonders” for tourists and locals to explore.
Foot pain is on the rise with more people working from home. One of the main reasons behind this trend is that a lot of people don't think to wear shoes inside the house. So, what should you be wearing on your feet at home to prevent foot pain? Doctor Roland says it's just as important to let your feet breathe to prevent foot infections because of too much moisture. She recommends taking off your shoes and socks when seated if you find that your feet are too hot or are sweating, and putting them back on when you get up. If your foot pain persists, be sure to see a Podiatrist.
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