Good Question: Why Do Worms Come Out When It Rains?The worms have been out in full force over the past few rainy days -- crawling on sidewalks, driveways and into the streets.
Good Question: Where Does Our Fruit Come From In The Winter?We're still months away from picking apples and strawberries in Minnesota, but there's plenty of beautiful fruit stocked on grocery stores shelves right now.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Bike Shop In MinnesotaMinnesota is home to some of the best bike trails in the country, which means you'll need a good bike to get around.
Good Question: How Many Visas Does The U.S. Issue Each Year?President Donald Trump called for changes to the H-1B Visa program for highly-skilled workers on Tuesday.
Good Question: How Does Facebook Monitor Its Content?Facebook is facing criticism because it took the social media site more than two hours to take down video of a shooting death.
Finding Minnesota: Whimsy GreenA blind date brought the Lundeens together. An old farmhouse helped them realize it was meant to be.
Good Question: What's Our Wettest Month?“April showers bring May flowers” dates back to an English poem from hundreds of years ago.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Ramen In MinnesotaWhen you think of ramen, you probably think back to a nice, cheap meal in college, But we're not talking about what you ate in the dorms.
Good Question: Why Is Tax Day On April 15?The deadline to file federal income taxes this year is April 18 – three days after the usual deadline of April 15.
Reality Check: The Cost Of Subsidized TransitWhile it’s true that taxpayers subsidize every passenger on the light rail, it's less than you think and less than other common transit systems.
Good Question: What Is The Story Of Passover?Monday was the first night of Passover, an important Jewish holiday that celebrates liberation from slavery and freedom.
Finding Minnesota: Silver Bay’s Globetrotting MascotA small northern Minnesota town is getting the attention of people around the globe. Silver Bay is home to the self-proclaimed "Taconite Capitol of the World."