Good Question: Why Does Smell Trigger Strong Memories?Ever smell something, like cookies or markers or old hockey gear, and a whole bunch of memories come flooding in?
Good Question: Do We Like Real Or Fake Christmas Trees?A survey from the National Christmas Tree Association found Americans bought almost 26 million real trees and 12.5 million fake trees.
Good Question: Why Is The Air So Dry In The Winter?Exceptionally dry winter air causes chapped hands, cracked and itchy skin, even more nose bleeds.
Good Questions: Football 'Sacks', Microwaves & WCCO Call LettersEvery week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates football "sacks", microwaves and WCCO's call letters.
Good Question: What Happens When We Don't Get Enough Sleep?A new study from RAND Corporation finds Americans’ lack of sleep adds up to more than $440 billion in lost work productivity every year.
Good Question: How Much Weight Do We Gain Over The Holidays?With the holidays comes the food. And with the food comes some extra, unwanted pounds for a lot of people.
Good Question: Can You Trust Online Shopping Reviews?If you're buying a TV or a toy this holiday season, there's a good chance you're going to read an online review about it.
Good Question: How Do Chip Cards Work?It's the time of year when people pull out the credit cards more often. At places that use chip cards, those transaction will take a little longer. The technology behind those chips makes it safer, but how does it work? Good Question.
Good Questions: Thanksgiving Exhaustion, Black Friday & VenisonEvery week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates why turkey makes us sleepy, Black Friday shopping and deer meat.
Good Question: How Do Microwaves Work?With Thanksgiving leftovers galore, microwaves are sure to get a workout this weekend.
Good Question: How Are Christmas Trees Grown?At Krueger’s Christmas Trees in Lake Elmo, four generations are working on the 35-year-old farm.
Good Questions: Target's Light Display, Tickling & BugsEvery week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates a downtown Minneapolis staple, tickling and bugs.