Good Question: Does Sugar Really Make Kids Hyper?At least 20 scientific studies over the years have shown no link between sugar and a child’s behavior.
Good Question: How Far Out Can We Forecast The Weather?Get ready to bundle up! The National Weather Service has released its winter outlook, and it's looking cold.
Good Questions: Your Ballot Questions AnsweredEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have submitted recently. This week, she's taking on your election ballot questions.
Good Question: What’s The Most Popular Halloween Candy?A new survey from the National Confectioners Association says 74 percent of people say they'll give out candy to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
Good Question: What Foods Should Go In The Fridge?We often assume keeping food cold helps it last longer, but that's not always the case.
Good Question: How Can You Make The Most Of Open Enrollment?For many companies, October is synonymous with open enrollment – the period of time where employees sign up for their benefits for the following year.
Good Question: Are Write-In Votes Counted?Every four years, less than one-half of 1 percent of Minnesota voters write in a candidate's name for President. This election cycle, some experts think that percentage could grow. So, Barbara from Elk River wants to know: Are write-in votes counted? Good Question.
Good Question: Mythbusters At Mall Of AmericaThis week, WCCO’s Good Question visited the new Mythbusters: the Explosive Exhibition at the Mall of America.
Good Question: What's So Bad About Being Lonely?A new survey finds almost three-quarters of people report some level of loneliness. Almost one-third say it happens up to once a week.
Good Questions: Fruit Flies, Absentee Ballots & Nickels Vs. DimesHeather Brown is answering several good questions from viewers.
Good Question: What Do Hurricane Category Numbers Mean?Hurricane Matthew is expected to make landfall Friday morning in Florida as a Category-4 storm.
Good Question: How Did The 'Creepy Clown' Phenomenon Spread?It started back in August in a case police haven't been able to prove. Children in South Carolina reported creepy clowns were trying to lure them into the woods.