Finding Minnesota: Red Wing Bakery’s Presidential Cookie PollIn a presidential election, politics tends to pop up in unexpected places. In Red Wing, party preference is found in freshly-baked treats.
Good Questions: Your Ballot Questions AnsweredEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have submitted recently. This week, she's taking on your election ballot questions.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Pho In MinnesotaWe asked viewers where to find the best pho in Minnesota. You sent Reg Chapman to Quang in Minneapolis.
Good Question: What’s The Most Popular Halloween Candy?A new survey from the National Confectioners Association says 74 percent of people say they'll give out candy to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
Good Question: What Foods Should Go In The Fridge?We often assume keeping food cold helps it last longer, but that's not always the case.
Good Question: How Can You Make The Most Of Open Enrollment?For many companies, October is synonymous with open enrollment – the period of time where employees sign up for their benefits for the following year.
Good Question: What's So Bad About Being Lonely?A new survey finds almost three-quarters of people report some level of loneliness. Almost one-third say it happens up to once a week.
Good Question: How Do Pumpkins Grow So Big?Chris Qualley's pumpkin weighed in at more than 1,900 pounds at the Stillwater Harvest Fest last weekend.
Reality Check: Can You Take Back Your Absentee Vote?The election is still 27 days away, but tens of thousands of Minnesotans have already voted -- absentee.
Good Question: What's The Importance Of Yom Kippur?At sundown Tuesday evening, millions of Jewish people around the world began observing Yom Kippur.
Good Question: What's The Best Way To Help A Panhandler?It's a part of big-city life -- people on the streets asking for money. Panhandlers can be found across Minneapolis and St. Paul, and even in the suburbs.
Finding Minnesota: Obligato Violin ShopBob Gatts's farm in Cushing is where livestock, vegetables and violins all cross paths, drawing both musicians and curious passerbys to his homestead.