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.
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An insurance specialist at Providence Medford Medical Center says patients can bet on paying their out of pocket maximum, depending on what a doctor recommends for treatment.
“It wasn’t until the pathology came back they said, ‘Oh, it’s cancer,’” said Laina Rhodes, a breast cancer survivor.
"Until we get official word from parents that this student can be released, we will not release the students," Principal Jake Musser said.
"Many of them were told his children that they didn’t have it or weren't artists, and I think it’s very important that people know that everybody has it within them."
The president says he spoke to several governors who tell him "there's no reason for forest fires to be like that in California."
Girl scouts are focusing on the importance of cancer screening. "They can get really sick, so they need to get checked up real fast," Girl scout Violet Lane said.