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.
If you sit all day long, exercise is not enough to undo the damage to your heart.
Lots of corn is grown at farms less than a hour away from the Twin Cities, but how long does it take to get to grocery stores after it’s picked?
What do mosquitos eat besides our blood? Why is the St. Paul neighborhood called Frogtown? How did the West Nile Virus get to Minnesota?
This week, St. Paul Police found a 3-year-old boy wandering around lost in his neighborhood. They called in a K-9, whose nose helped the toddler find his way back home.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday walleye fishing will go on at Lake Mille Lacs this season, even though anglers have reached their walleye quota for the year.
On Monday night, Delta says it operated just over half of its 6,000 scheduled flights, which left tens of thousands of customers dealing with cancelled or delayed trips. The airline says a power outage forced the airline to ground all flights Monday morning. So, Chad from Buffalo asked: How do airlines catch up? Good Question.
It’s Friday, so we’re answering some of your Good Questions!
Experts say do not expect to see any possible protection from the Zika virus on the market until at least 2018.
On the western edge of New Brighton, the Hodson family lives on what could be called pond-front property. They live on a holding pond named “Lake Forest.”
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.