Rachel Tiede is an anchor/reporter/producer for NewsWatch 12 and enjoys telling the stories that matter to the Southern Oregon/Northern California community.
Rachel joined the NewsWatch 12 team after graduating magna cum laude with honors from Texas Christian University. She was an anchor/reporter for the school’s newscasts and website.
Rachel also gained experience from her three internships in Washington D.C. and Minneapolis: PolitiFact, WCCO-TV, and KSTP-TV.
When Rachel isn’t working you can find her hiking, skiing, training for triathlons, and trying out different restaurants around Southern Oregon.
"The people that lived up and down the street at the time in the early years of the 1900s were the wheeler and dealer's, movers and shakers of the community," Bryden said.
Croman says it pays apprentices while also training them on the job.
A crisis prevention specialist joined NewsWatch 12 to talk about suicide and mental health.
Tia McLean is the Southern Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year. At her celebratory assembly, students also surprised Valerie McCoy with a flash mob hula dance, who is retiring at the end of this year.
East Pine Street will be closed from First through Fourth streets will be closed.
Hatfield's garden also acts as a memorial. Ribbons decorate the fence honoring people who have died.
Officers presented the flags, played taps and Amazing Grace, and read the names of officers gone but not forgotten.
This is Rachel Crowl's second season with OSF. She says she plays male and female roles, which is prompting important questions.
Dutch Bros. will donate proceeds from drinks sold on May 10 to help fund ALS research.
It's a student-led project, with them designing and creating the new labels, wine carriers, and even the stamp that adorns the top of each bottle.