We’re so used to celebrities wearing make-up that when they don’t it creates headlines.
The unofficial start to flu season starts in October, but many of us started seeing clinics or ads for the shot as early as last month.
It’s a tradition that started with Kennedy/Nixon back in 1960 — the televised presidential debate. The campaigns, press and the voters make a big deal of it. But, can debates change a person’s mind? Good Question.
Why do we yell “Fore” to warn people in golf? How does the state determine license plate combinations? Who pays for NFL player surgeries?
You will be able to cast your vote for president starting Friday. Absentee ballots in Minnesota will be available either by mail or in person.
FBI Director James Comey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg put tape over the webcams on their computers.
Ivanka Trump is now reportedly being protected by the Secret Service. By law, spouses of major candidates are given protection, but it’s rare for a child to be given his or her own detail. So, who does the Secret Service protect? Good Question.
Why do some people have seasonal allergies and others don’t? Can police officers issue tickets outside of their jurisdiction? Why do we sometimes pronounce “X” like a “Z”?
More than 66,000 people are expected to come to U.S. Bank Stadium for this Sunday’s Vikings game against the Packers.
A real estate website put together a list of what it called “The Most Oddly Named Towns” in each state. Little Canada was Minnesota’s winner.
On Friday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign said she was diagnosed with pneumonia. That had a number of WCCO viewers sending in questions about the disease. So, what is pneumonia? Good Question.
Every Friday, we go digging into the mailbag to answer some as-yet unanswered Good Questions from viewers. This week, Heather Brown isn’t just scratching the surface.
In the U.S., people should expect no privacy if the photographer is in a public place. Legally, people can take photos of anything they can see from a public space.
Over the past few autumns, we’ve been lucky to have some very vibrant fall colors, but what makes some years better than others?
As it turns out, plea deals are very common — but Danny Heinrich’s plea deal was unique.
More than 1.1 million guests have already visited the fair this summer, and their trips raised a lot of Good Questions.
With so many beautiful days out at the Minnesota State Fair this year, some WCCO viewers hoped The Great Minnesota Get-Together would last a little longer.
It is not your imagination. This August has been especially bad for mosquitoes.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday that starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has a complete tear in his ACL — the anterior cruciate ligament.
Generic drugs can be introduced after the patent or exclusivity for the brand name runs out. So, what’s the difference between brand-name and generic drugs? Good Question.
The Minnesota Agricultural Society was founded in 1854. When Minnesota became a state in 1858, the Minnesota State Fair was born.
The cost of EpiPens, a shot to treat life-threatening allergies, has jumped from about $100 to $600 in the past six years.
A letter to parents by a second-grade teacher in Texas has gone viral after she wrote she wouldn’t assign any formal homework this year.
As kids head back to school, parents and teachers are heading to the stores. They’re armed with very specific lists of supplies that are often shared in the classroom. So, how much are we spending on school supplies? Good Question.
Every Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have sent in throughout the week. This time, she takes a look at bug spray, catching foxes and Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes.