Good Questions: Black Friday, Margin Of Error & Sleep-Falling Out Of BedEvery Friday, Good Question takes a look at some of the questions WCCO's viewers have been asking. This week we're looking at Black Friday, margin of error, and falling out of the bed while sleeping.
Good Question: How Do Microwaves Work?With Thanksgiving leftovers galore, microwaves are sure to get a workout this weekend. But, how do these appliances heat our food so quickly? How exactly do microwaves work? Good question.
Good Question: How Should You Carve A Turkey?Everyone has their own Thanksgiving traditions, even when it comes to cutting the turkey. But how do you maximize the meat without making a mess?
Good Question: Why Don't Police Just Try To Hurt Suspects?Over the past week, WCCO has devoted significant coverage to officer-involved shootings from the death of Jamar Clark a week and half ago to a Columbia Heights man early Tuesday morning. So why don't police just try to hurt suspects? Good Question.
Good Question: What's The Markup At Retailers?With Black Friday coming up, potential customers already starting to see some really good deals -- 30, 40, and even 50 percent off. So, do stores make money on these sales? What are the markups? Good Question.
Good Questions: The 1st Thanksgiving, The Sound Of Wind, & MoreEvery Friday, Good Question takes a look at some of the questions WCCO's viewers have been asking. This week we're looking at Thanksgiving, wind, and curly vs. straight hair.
Good Question: When Do We Usually Get Our First Snow?It's now one week from Thanksgiving and many us have only seen flurries in the air. So, when do we usually get our first snow? Good Question.
Good Question: How Much Should We Wash Fruits & Vegetables? With Thanksgiving just around the corner, many people are already thinking about how to make their elaborate dishes. From green bean casserole to mashed potatoes to apple pie, proper food preparation will be necessary to keep everyone healthy. So how much should we wash fruits and vegetables?
Good Question: Are We Winning The War Against HIV/AIDS?Actor Charlie Sheen announced Tuesday morning that he is HIV-positive. He said he has known about the diagnosis for four years and has been taking daily antiretroviral medications to stay healthy. "It's a hard three letters to absorb," Sheen said.
Good Question: What Does ISIS Want?In a video released Monday, a group claiming to be ISIS warned the U.S. would suffer the same fate as France. They said they will strike Washington D.C.
Good Questions: Metereologists, Coins & Paper CutsEvery Friday, Heather Brown answers a few of our viewers' burning questions. This week, she gets to the bottom of the title "meteorologist," finds out why nickels are bigger than dimes, and why a little paper cut can cause so much pain.
Good Question: What's The Cost Of Raising A U.S. Child?The Department of Agriculture releases a report every year estimating what it costs to raise one child from the ages of zero to 17. In 2014, the estimate came out to $245,340. So, where does that money go?