Danielle Craig

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Name: Danielle Craig
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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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. Anchor Mom: What’s in a Name? — July 21, 2014
  2. Four Fairgoers Suffer Heat Exhaustion — July 18, 2014
  3. In the Garden: How to Grow a Green Thumb — July 17, 2014
  4. Medford Parks’ Summer Concert Series — July 17, 2014
  5. Difficulties of Tracking an Arsonist — July 17, 2014

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Preventing Accidental Hot Car Deaths

We all know not to leave our children in a hot car, but there have been times when parents say they’ve forgotten their child was even in the car.  That can be because of a change in routine, quiet sleeping baby or a distraction. That’s why it’s recommended you practice the BE SAFE method to … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: “Scary Guy” Nightmares

For the first time for as long as I can remember my son took a nap! He got a nap time, I caught up on all my TV shows and my big stack of laundry! It was amazing. That is, until he woke up. He started screaming, “I WANT TO BE AWAKE!” He ran into … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Out of Control Plants

Medford, Ore. — If you’re green thumb is working a little too well and some of your plants are growing out of control, you’ll have to downsize. To fix the problem you can reduce the size of the mother plant by removing a portion of the offspring.  If you remove the complete plant, including the … Continue reading »

Alzheimer’s Awareness for “Longest Day”

Medford, Ore. — The longest day of the year is coming up and as it does, the Alzheimer’s Association wants you to consider what any given day of the year is like for someone with the disease. Alzheimer’s Association’s Southern Oregon Regional Program Coordinator, Lori Stanton said, “We really ask people to think about those who … Continue reading »

In the Garden: DIY Water & Weed Project

If you’re a gardener, you’re used to DIY, or do it yourself, projects.  There’s one specific DIY project that can help you conserve water and fight weeds in your home garden. All you need to complete the project is PVC pipe, pipe cleaner, a soaker hose, weed cloth and mulch.  OSU Master Gardeners say the … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Online Safety

When I was in high school my parents always said the computer would be in an open space in our home. The reason – to keep me and my siblings safe online. Not only has the internet opened up from the world of AOL that I knew – children can now take the internet everywhere.  Smartphones and … Continue reading »

Taking Flight: Cookie Support

Ashland, Ore. — The school year has wrapped up, but not without helping another sparrow child.  Bellview Elementary students raised thousands of dollars for their classmate and sparrow with a cookie fundraiser. Luke Laurenson has cerebral palsy.  His mom, Jane Hogan, said doctors didn’t expect him to accomplish much in his lifetime, “They thought it … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Choosing Fertilizer

Medford, Ore. — When choosing fertilizers for the garden, there’s a lot to consider.  OSU Master Gardeners say it is important to understand what the numbers on a fertilizer container mean. There are three numbers on the front of each bag of fertilizer.  The numbers tell the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. For more … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Last Minute Dad’s Day Gifts

Father’s Day kind of snuck up on me. In fact, just yesterday I realized I had nothing planned!  This is especially bad because I gave my husband a “lecture” about how important Mother’s Day is. I, of course, turned to Pinterest, like in all times of crafty need. Here are a few of the cute … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Tee-Pee Trellis

Medford, Ore. — Planting beans doesn’t only have to be about function, it can be about fun.  You can create a tee-pee trellis so the plants will grow, creating a tee-pee even the kids can enjoy. You can use PVC pipe, tree branches, tree branches, wooden dowels or bamboo to make a trellis.  OSU Master … Continue reading »

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