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.
On Tuesday night, Late, Late Show host James Corden hosted a Carpool Karaoke special featuring Jennifer Lopez and Adele. So, why can some people sing well? And others can’t? Good Question.
A new study in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings comes to a pretty depressing conclusion. Only 3 percent of Americans live what’s considered a healthy lifestyle. So, what does it mean to be healthy? Good Question.
Do you stream your songs on your phone? Buy music on iTunes? Maybe you still get CDs? The recording industry announced this week that Americans have a new favorite way of listening to music.
The state says Violent Crime Enforcement teams took 82,000 doses of heroin off the streets last year. That is a 125-percent jump in just four years.
We know it is going to snow Wednesday. We know it is going to be heavy and wet. We even have a good idea when the storm will start. But what is hard to pinpoint exactly is how much we will get.
In the land of 10,000 lakes, there are all kinds of fish we could catch, but Minnesotans seem to have a particular affinity for one. So, why do we love the walleye? Good Question.
Each Friday, Heather Brown answers some of our viewers’ burning questions that we didn’t have a chance to get to during the week. With March Madness starting this week, she looks at a few questions about the NCAA Tournament.
Experts think as many as 10,000 people have been officially recognized by the Catholic Church as saints. So, what does it take to become a saint? Good Question.
After losing the Ohio primary Tuesday night, there’s talk Donald Trump might not get the majority of delegates he needs to clinch the Republican nomination.
Do you feel like you never really sleep soundly through the night? It turns out, you’re not alone. As we get older, we’re more likely to report waking up two, three, even four times a night.
The National Weather Service tells us the frost is now out of the ground in the metro area. Add that to the warm temperatures these past few weekends and some of us are itching to get started on our lawns and gardens.
Each Friday, Heather Brown answers some of our viewers’ burning questions that we didn’t have a chance to get to during the week. This week, she learns about street sweeping, “objects in mirrors,” and the dreaded daylight saving time.
Americans heard vastly different plans for undocumented immigrants in the United States throughout this political campaign. Some candidates have said they want to deport only terrorists and criminals, while others say they want to force everyone living in the U.S. illegally to leave.
It could be a headache or heartburn or high blood pressure – there always seems to be a pill for that. So, that has Kathleen wanting to know: How do pills work? Good Question.
Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt told reporters today he’s not immune to financial struggles as a legislator. He said he had thousands of dollars in credit card debt.
Get ready to pack some patience if you’re heading to the airport in the next few weeks. Spring break coupled with a shortage of TSA workers at new checkpoints will mean some long lines at MSP.
Every Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers had throughout the week. This time, she’s looking at Fitbits, DWI fines and helium.
Feel like you need a little break? A lot of other Americans are apparently right there with you. A new study finds half of us would be willing to pay for more vacation time. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says 77 percent of American workers get some kind of paid vacation.
There are three remaining astronauts on the International Space Station – one American, one Russian and one Brit. Within the next two weeks, another three astronauts will head back up there — leaving the Space Station with its full normal load.
There are a handful of Minnesotans on Forbes latest list of billionaires — but two have dropped off.
For winter lovers, a Leap Day every four years in February isn’t so bad. But WCCO viewers like Kathi in Eagan wondered: Why can’t that extra day be in summer? Why is Leap Day in February? Good Question.