Pets of the Week: Ezio & Frederick

(PET OF THE WEEK) — It’s Friday, and that means it’s time to meet our Pets of the Week! This week we are greeted by Ezio and Frederick, two ferrets who are looking for a good home. They are two years old and love each other so much, they want to be adopted together. At … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Hearts and Memories

Valentine’s Day changes so much over the years as you go from child to dating to married to mother. For kids, it’s a chance to do something festive.  Surround yourself in what is very likely your favorite colors if you’re a girl under the age of 10. Pink and flowers and glitter and hearts everywhere. … Continue reading »

Taking Flight: Matters of the Heart

NEAR GRANTS PASS, Ore. – On Valentine’s Day, the heart means different things to different people. For some, it’s a chance to say “I Love You”. For others, it’s the opportunity to celebrate a heart that works. Hidden Valley High School threw a Valentine’s Day party on Thursday to honor their current and former Sparrows. … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Alcohol Benefits

HealthWatch — A new study shows alcohol may not have as many health benefits as originally believed. Researchers from the University College London analyzed data on the drinking habits of more than 50,000 adults. They were interviewed about their average weekly alcohol consumption, and how much they drank in one say. Researchers found “little to … Continue reading »

Out & About: Valentine’s Day Weekend

This holiday weekend there are plenty of events for people to enjoy with or without a valentine. Rod and Custom Show Spread across four buildings at the Jackson County Expo will be some of the best street rods from the West Coast. A local, recently restored 1965 Shelby Cobra will join other exquisite cars from … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Dogs Can Read Human Emotion

MEDFORD, Ore. — Dogs are able to distinguish between different emotions in human faces by sight, researchers from the Clever Dog Lab at Vienna’ University of Veterinary Medicine found, Austrian media reported on Thursday. Austria Press Agency reported that researchers Corsin Mueller and Ludwig Huber showed 20 dogs both a happy face and an angry … Continue reading »

In the Kitchen: Valentine’s Day Cake

MEDFORD, Ore. — Chef Dale Fowler of the Regency Grill in Medford joined NewsWatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor in the kitchen with the perfect recipe for a Valentine’s Day surprise.

HealthWatch: Yoga, A Growing Trend

HealthWatch — New research shows Yoga is becoming more of a growing trend among Americans. In fact, studies show an explosion over the last few years in the use of the popular workout. They also show that popularity is not only growing in adults, it’s also growing in kids. Researches with the Centers for Disease … Continue reading »

A Family First: Tough Questions

    GRANTS PASS, Ore., — Becoming a foster parent in the state of Oregon isn’t a terribly difficult process but the Department of Human Services says it is an involved process. It can also be intrusive. To ensure kids are placed in safe and loving homes foster parent certifiers do in-home checks. Bob Hendrick … Continue reading »

Cardiovascular Prevention Guidelines

After forty years of hearing cholesterol-high food is bad for us, the nation’s top nutrition advisory panel is dropping the caution. Dr. Nathan Funk joined us to explain these changes as well as new guidelines for hypertension and cardiovascular risks.  

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