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.
Vote: Where Is Minnesota's Best Lasagna?Garfield is far from alone in worshiping the Italian casserole dish.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Hot Cocktail In MinnesotaJackets, blankets, roaring fires; they are all perfectly good ways to keep warm this time of year. But sometimes you need some internal warmth.
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.
Finding Minnesota: Fagen Fighters World War II MuseumWe lose more and more veterans from "The Greatest Generation" every day. They are the men and women who played a major role in the Ally victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
Good Question: How Do Microwaves Work?With Thanksgiving leftovers galore, microwaves are sure to get a workout this weekend.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Place To Cut Down Your Own TreeThere's something about cutting down your own tree. It's an experience. Just like the Fraser fir and balsam, the Wolcyn Tree Farm, and family, continues to grow.
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.
Finding Minnesota: Burkhartzmeyer ShoesBurkhartzmeyer Shoes in Faribault is one of the largest family-owned shoe stores in the Midwest, and they are celebrating 67 years in business.
Good Question: Why Is It So Hard To Quit Social Media?Over the past few months, you may have heard friends declare, "I'm done with social media." Then they post again the following day.