Barbara from Longville wanted to know: Why is the steering wheel on a boat on right side?
Patrick wanted to know: Why do we still dial ‘1’ for long distance?
Why is a honeymoon called a honeymoon? Why isn’t dental covered under health insurance? What’s the difference between New York vanilla, French vanilla, and vanilla bean ice creams?
Why does the Lowry Tunnel need cleaning? How do you determine a good peach? Does the baby prince have a last name?
Why do golfers yell “fore?” Who determines where the food trucks park every day? And can you feel someone staring at you?
With the Basilica Block Party rolling into town this weekend, Kristin from Minneapolis wanted to know: Where does the term Rock ‘n Roll come from?
Jim Ertl from Park Rapids wants to know: Is pop music still popular? Brian Perra from Andover wants to know: Why does fresh cut grass smell? Paula Nystrom from Coon Rapids wants to know: What is the succession order of the British monarchy?
It’s almost the Fourth of July, and most Minnesotans are just getting into the swing of summer. Many of you emailed questions relating to your favorite season.
When Janice Godlewski and her nephew went to the Twins game in April, it was called off. So she asked: What do the Twins do with all the food that was made?
I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen much sun these past few weeks, But Deeann Kraemer from Alexandria is a little more optimistic than me. She asked the following: Does partly cloudy or partly sunny, which of the two would give us more sunshine?
Saturday’s Powerball jackpot is a record $600 million. And Kjirsten Johnson from Forest Lake asked: What happens if a winner doesn’t claim it? By law, if someone wins, but doesn’t claim their prize, the money goes into the state’s General Fund — the main bank account for state government.
Tom and Marcia Sheppleman asked: Where does Minnesota’s gas come from?
Heidi Jensen in St. Paul wondered: Can restaurants just put chairs and tables wherever they want?
Sometimes it snows in April in Minnesota, so we’re replying all to questions about April snow in Minnesota.
The forecasts are not looking good. Widespread flooding is predicted this spring.
With March Madness back on the minds of millions of Americans, WCCO is hitting “Reply All” to your Good Questions.
Kimberly Wencl wanted to know how they decide where the games will be played?
WCCO’s Jason DeRusha loves dogs, and he loves that viewers are sending in a lot of Good Questions about our four-legged pals.
You’re not supposed to flush leftover prescription down the toilet because they end up in our lakes and rivers. We don’t want them in landfills because they’ll dissolve into the soil.
The first day of March has many thinking spring thoughts, so let’s start with a question from Daniel about spring training: Why do the Twins train in Ft. Myers?
I don’t think laundry is anyone’s favorite thing, but we all deal with it — and you’ve got Good Questions about it.
Andrea Good in Golden Valley, Minn., asked: What happens to cars that fall through? Are they towed out in spring, or do they stay there?
By now everybody should have their W2s, and maybe you’re starting your taxes. Robyn White wondered: “Why are taxes due on April 15? Has it always been that way?”
Dorothy Holzkopf from Rogers wondered: Why do the wheels in car commercials look like they’re spinning backwards?
Jason DeRusha replies to your cold weather questions.