Winner of Rooster Crow Contest

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Dozens gathered in Rogue River on Saturday for the 2014 Rooster Crow Contest. Newswatch 12 Photojournalist Scott Perry caught up with the winner of the Human Crow Contest and shows us why so many people turn out for the annual event.

In the Garden: DIY Drip System

Medford, Ore. — We got a nice dose of rain this week, but weather like this has been far and few between.  That’s why you may want to be water wise in your garden. In this ‘In the Garden’ segment, OSU Master Gardener Steve Andrews walked us through how to make a drip system to … Continue reading »

Does It Work: Wine Out

MEDFORD, Ore. — Clumsy or not, clothing can be ruined by a single drop of wine and a whole glass across white carpeting seems disastrous. NewsWatch 12′s Erin Maxson tests a product claiming to make wine stains disappear like magic.

Out & About: June 26 – 29, 2014

From wine to spam, this weekend’s events offer a little bit of something for everyone. Parks Uncorked in Medford If you’re in Medford this weekend, head to the U.S. Cellular Fields for Parks Uncorked. The proceeds from this wine tasting day on the diamonds provide scholarships for youth participating in the city’s parks & recreation … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Preventing Tragedy

Just recently a Georgia father left his child in a hot car, resulting in the child’s death.  Originally he said it was an accident.  As early as just today, officials have said there are holes in his story. BUT – and there is a but, I wanted to focus less on this Georgia father and his … Continue reading »

Medford Woman’s Love Story on GMA

Medford, Ore. — A Medford woman’s love story was featured on ‘Good Morning America’ last week. Nancy Hamre was surprised with the help of GMA and Jennifer Lopez.  They reconnected her with her first love, Steve McCoyne.  The two hadn’t seen each other since 1989. They were also invited to Jennifer Lopez’s GMA performance on … Continue reading »

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 »

Cooling Patients’ Bodies to Save Lives

MEDFORD, Ore. — “Suspended Animation” may sound like something out of science fiction, but it could be a reality to treat trauma victims. The process involves cooling patients’ bodies to as low as 50 degrees Fahrenheit to slow down blood flow to give doctors more time to save a life. Trials are currently under way … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Top Lawn Mowers

FORT MYERS, Fla. — When buying a lawn mower, Consumer Reports’ Peter Sawchuk says the “most important (thing) is to consider the size of your property. If you have a larger property, that is it takes you more than a half an hour to mow your lawn, then you should consider a self-propelled mower.” Consumer … Continue reading »

Oregon Ranks #1 For Summer Road Trips

Oregon is ranked the best state for summer road trips. The social media network WalletHub looked at 21 different categories to find out which states offer the most enjoyment and the least damage to your wallet. Oregon came in first for its driving laws, third for its scenic byways and seventh for its number of … Continue reading »

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