New Year’s Eve happens to fall on a Saturday this year. That means a number of people will be laying low all Sunday long.
Once people head back to the gym in the new year, statistics show they are more likely to take up cardio than weightlifting.
It is that time of year when Minnesota cars take on a shade of white-ish gray. The salt on the roads ends up on cars, and ultimately on jackets, gloves and clothes.
A reporter for The Guardian made news this week when he uninstalled the Facebook app on his Android phone. He said that move alone consistently gave him 20 percent more battery power.
This Christmas dinner, there always seems to be one dish you can’t stand. But, that same food might have others going back for seconds.
This week, Heather Brown’s mailbag resembles the ones for Kris Kringle at the end of “Miracle on 34th Street.”
It is a rite of passage in Minnesota. After a frigid night, the car will not start in the morning. So, why does the cold sap our batteries?
If you’ve been shivering in the past few days, your body is working harder than you think.
The relationship between Russia and the U.S. has certainly changed over the decades. From the Soviet Union during the Cold War to a thaw in relations in the 1990s to Senator Mitch McConnell saying Monday, “The Russians are not our friends.” So, why aren’t the U.S. and Russia friendly? Good Question.
It’s Friday and Heather Brown is answering your Good Questions. This week: blowing on hot food, the Weather Watcher jingle and cars as Christmas gifts.
If you grew up in Minnesota, you have likely heard someone tell you it is too cold to snow. But is that a real thing?
Ever smell something, like cookies or markers or old hockey gear, and a whole bunch of memories come flooding in?
A survey from the National Christmas Tree Association found Americans bought almost 26 million real trees and 12.5 million fake trees.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates football “sacks”, microwaves and WCCO’s call letters.
A new study from RAND Corporation finds Americans’ lack of sleep adds up to more than $440 billion in lost work productivity every year.
If you’re buying a TV or a toy this holiday season, there’s a good chance you’re going to read an online review about it.
It’s the time of year when people pull out the credit cards more often. At places that use chip cards, those transaction will take a little longer. The technology behind those chips makes it safer, but how does it work? Good Question.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates why turkey makes us sleepy, Black Friday shopping and deer meat.
At Krueger’s Christmas Trees in Lake Elmo, four generations are working on the 35-year-old farm.
Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, pumpkin pie – those are likely some of the foods that will be on the Thanksgiving dinner table.
If you’re going to eat turkey this Thanksgiving, there’s a good chance the bird was raised in Minnesota. For the past 13 years, Minnesota has ranked first in turkey producing and processing.
Every week, we answer your Good Questions. This week, Heather Brown investigates a downtown Minneapolis staple, tickling and bugs.
Over the past few months, you may have heard friends declare, “I’m done with social media.” Then they post again the following day.
Grandma might still be upset that Hillary Clinton lost., while your cousin could be very excited about making America Great Again.
If you look to the skies Monday night, there’s a chance you’ll see something that hasn’t happened since 1948 – a large supermoon. It’s 7 percent bigger and 14 percent brighter than the average full moon.