Wednesday’s Child: Henry

This Wednesday’s Child is one of the few, if not the only one, able to show us how to dance. Henry is also the only Wednesday’s Child to say he liked wrestling and ballet; but as you’ll see, there doesn’t seem much he doesn’t like. You just have to be able to keep up. If … Continue reading »

DWTRVS: Mike Jacobson

MEDFORD, Ore.– By day he monitors the destruction of the Rogue Valleys most top secret documents; but after hours, Mike Jacobson has been mastering the night club two step, in preparation for this weekend’s dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars. Karen: mike and I are doing the dance night club 2 step. Mike: what compelled … Continue reading »

DWTRVS: Robin Rasmussen

MEDFORD, Ore.– This Saturday, one local star is taking a moment from making others look great, and allowing herself to shine. Tonight we meet Robin Rasmussen; a make up artist at The Nest Salon and Day Spa as she prepares to strut her stuff at this weekend’s Dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars. Robin: I … Continue reading »

Oregon’s “Aid in Dying” Law One of Five

MEDFORD, Ore., — Oregon is one of just five states which have a “Death with Dignity” law. The law which was established in 1997 legally protects a patient’s right to end their own life.  However, the process to get to that point is purposely very specific and includes several qualifications.  A doctor must determine the … Continue reading »

OSF: 2015 Sneak Preview

ASHLAND, Ore., — The behind the scenes talent at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival specialize in multitasking. As they close the 2014 season, sets and costumes are already in the works for the 2015 season. OSF’s directors are also choosing scripts for the 2016 season. While they won’t yet divulge what’s in store for the future … Continue reading »

Healthy Holiday Eating Habits

MEDFORD, Ore. –The holiday season is a time to celebrate with family and friends. Unfortunately, for many it also becomes a time for over-eating and weight gain. According to the National Institutes of Health, holiday eating can result in an extra pound or two every year. NewsWatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor talks with Clinical dietitian Sherri Sexton … Continue reading »

Oregon Trails: 1973 Gas Crisis

Recent drops in gas prices have many people thinking these are some of the lowest prices they’ve seen in years. It was at this time 41 years ago, when fuel prices were a tenth of what they are today, that the OPEC oil embargo kicked-in, and drivers began to go into sticker shock at the … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Healthy Sleep Habits

(Wexner Medical Center) — Most Americans who spend part of the year on daylight saving time look forward to the extra hour of sleep when it’s time to “fall back” to standard time. We are a nation of sleep-deprived people, and experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center say all ages suffer in … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Top Juicers

(Consumer Reports) — You’ve heard it before you need at least five servings of fruits and veggies a day! Juicing offers a way to up that number.  More Americans are catching on; sales of juicers are up 25 percent in the past year. Consumer Reports tested 13 juicers, both augers and extractors. Extractors spin very … Continue reading »

DWTRVS: Jani Rollins

MEDFORD, ORE.– Sparrow Clubs will soon get thousands to benefit local kids with our upcoming Dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars. Every night we have been getting a sneak peak at the dances and the local contestants up for the “Shining Star Award”. Tonight we meet Jani Rollins who says it’s fun to participate because … Continue reading »

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