Every Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have sent in throughout the week.
The ALS Association says the money raised from the Ice Bucket Challenge helped lead to the discovery of a gene connected to the disease.
We all know dogs can sometimes be naughty when it comes to food. Some of us have learned that the hard way after a late-night trip to the vet.
We’re so used to it by now that many of us don’t twice about how we keep our homes at a pleasant 70 degrees.
Over the weekend, 20,000 hacked emails from Democratic Party officials were posted on the WikiLeaks website. So, what is WikiLeaks? Good Question.
What causes heat lightning? Who pays for the political conventions? What is the origin of OK? These are all Good Questions!
An attack on one member is an attack on them all. That is what Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty states. But Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump said Thursday he would challenge that.
Surveys have shown one-third of us don’t know the basics about sunscreen: Does it expire? When should you put it on? How much do you use?
The temperature on Thursday is expected to be in the mid-90s, but it could feel as hot as 110 degrees in some parts of Minnesota.
Zyrtec, Xeljanz, Lipitor. They might sound like strange words, but they’re now household names after billions of dollars of advertising by drug companies. That had Kim from River Falls wanting to know: How do prescription drugs get their names?
It’s Friday, so we’re answering some of your Good Questions. This week we find out how rainbows form and more.
Every day, we throw out tons and tons of food — $162 billion worth each year.
Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday night that he will announce his pick for vice president Friday morning.
While the vast majority of those interactions don’t end in violence, people around the world now know last week’s stop of Philando Castile did.
Why is it illegal to remove a tag from a mattress? And what’s the criteria for a body of water to be consider a “lake”? Good Questions.
Philando Castile was shot at about 9 p.m. Wednesday night. By midnight, #FalconHeightsShooting was trending on Facebook and Twitter. Five years ago, the widespread reactions would not have happened so quickly.
Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson is suing Roger Ailes, her old boss, for sexual harassment. Carlson, a former Miss Minnesota and Miss America, claims she was fired last month because she refused his sexual advances.
Adele performed before thousands of fans at a sold-out concert Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center. It was the first of two shows that kicked off the North American leg of her tour.
We hear a lot of political talk about trade this election year. The United States, overall, imports more than it exports to the tune of more than a half-trillion dollars a year.
It has only happened ten times in the 66-year history of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list: a woman has made the cut.
Over the past half-century, how parents spend their time has changed dramatically.
We are officially in road construction season — also known as spring and summer in Minnesota. So, how long are our roads supposed to last? Good Question.
Every Friday, Heather Brown takes a closer look at some of the Good Questions that came her way. This week, she’s looking at the mechanics of whistling and what it means to say “natural causes.”
This year, the state of Minnesota expects to process 2.7 million tax returns. Almost two-thirds of Minnesotans have already filed, and the state says it’s issued one million refunds so far.
Almost two weeks after Marco Rubio dropped out of the race for President, he’s asking the delegates he won to vote for him at the Republican National Convention this summer.