Danielle Craig

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Name: Danielle Craig
Date registered: May 4, 2012

Biography

Danielle Craig joined the NewsWatch 12 team in October 2010. You can see her anchoring the 11 p.m. newscast and reporting at 6:30 p.m. Danielle is thrilled to be home in the Pacific Northwest. She grew up in Portland. After 2 ½ years in Las Vegas, she is happy to see tall trees instead of tall casinos, and grass instead of desert sand. Danielle fell in love with journalism at a young age, writing her first “news” story about a coloring book page when she was in 3rd grade. A decade later, she started college at BYU, and got the chance to write real news stories as a reporter for Classical 89 FM. She then headed to Salt Lake City, reporting for KSL Newsradio. Most recently, Danielle was producing the No. 1 morning show in Las Vegas. Danielle has won several awards for her reporting, including 1st in the Hearst Journalism Competition. She has also received recognition from the National Society of Professional Journalists and PRNDI. When Danielle isn’t reporting the news, you can find her hanging out with her husband, scrapbooking and running!

Latest posts

  1. Web Extra: Shaun White on Career & Music — January 28, 2015
  2. ‘Safety Dance’ Teaches Kids to be Safe — January 26, 2015
  3. Oregon is a Concern for Measles Outbreak — January 26, 2015
  4. Anchor Mom: Working Mom Guilt — January 23, 2015
  5. In the Garden: Dividing Perennials — October 1, 2014

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In the Garden: Extending the Season

Medford, Ore. – If you’re not ready for the growing season to end, it doesn’t have to.  There are a lot of options for those looking to keep your crops thriving during the cold overnights ahead. Some of the tools you can use include cloches, hoop houses and floating row covers.  For more information on … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Color in a Winter Garden

Medford, Ore. — You can escape the winter gray with some winter color in your garden, but you need to start thinking about that now. OSU Extension Master Gardener, Jane Moyer ran down some options in today’s ‘In the Garden’ segment. If you have any questions you can contact the OSU Master Gardener near you. … Continue reading »

Doctor Eases Enterovirus D68 Concerns

Medford, Ore. — There are growing concerns as a rare virus spreads across the country, even sending some children to the hospital.  Enterovirus D68 has been reported in the Midwest, with unconfirmed reports in Idaho.  However, local doctors said it is not reason for panic, saying it is like the common cold. Dr. Barbara Sibley … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Preparing for Baby #2

I’m ready. Well, as ready as you can be with a baby on the way. Yesterday I spent my day off packing my hospital bag (yes, three weeks later than suggested), put together a big brother kit for my son, wrote down the 24 hour schedule for my son, packed his overnight bag and wrote a … Continue reading »

Sugar Consumption Adds Up

Medford, Ore. — Our country is dealing with an expanding waistline and one reason may be because of our sugar-heavy diets. A 3″ cookie has 4.5 grams or 1 teaspoon of sugar in it.  Clinical Dietitian Sherri Sexton with Rogue Regional Medical Center said that would take a  15 min walk to work off. A … Continue reading »

Whipping Childhood Cancer

Medford, Ore. — On the heels of the wildly successful ALS Ice Bucket Challenge a local childhood cancer non-profit is hoping to benefit in a similar way.  The Ethan Jostad Foundation is taking part in a new social media challenge. It’s part of the Whipping Childhood Cancer Challenge.  Participants are taking whipped cream to the … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Planting Carrots

Medford, Ore. — Carrots are just one of the many vegetables that can be sown this time of year for harvesting in the spring. The trick to getting your carrots to germinate is to make sure they don’t dry out.  The first step to do that is to make sure the variety of carrot seeds … Continue reading »

Myth of Wearing Black

Medford, Ore. – While black may be a go-to for many people, one expert said it’s time to think twice about the color in your wardrobe. Former Miss Oregon Sandi Rose Miller is the founder of True You Makeovers.  She said about the color black, “It’s the hardest color to wear because it absorbs out … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Painted Lady Runner Bean

Medford, Ore. — The painted lady runner bean has been an American favorite for well over a century.  The plant produces beautiful vines with bright scarlet and white blooms.  After that you get pods filled with pinkish-brown streaked beans. For more information about the plant, watch this ‘In the Garden’ segment. Jackson County – (541) … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Class Treats (Allergen Free)

With school around the corner and more kids with allergies in classrooms – I thought I’d make an allergy-free idea list for class treats!  But even with this list, as a precaution, always check labels and ask parents! I was inspired by this Facebook post I saw last week, “I need to make a treat for … Continue reading »

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