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.
Just like people have been filling up doctor’s waiting rooms to get flu shots, viewers have been filling up the Good Question inbox.
Some of the Good Questions you send in deal with big issues. Others, we answer on Friday nights. So, WCCO-TV’s Jason DeRusha hits Reply All to a good question about science and another about government.
Wednesday’s $500 million Powerball jackpot is all part of the plan.
I’ve gotten tons of emails about the record fine BP will pay because of the oil spill: $4.5 million.
No Air Force One for Mitt Romney, but he’s probably not flying coach either. Still, Andy in Sartell and Matthew in Bloomington are among those who wondered: How quickly do Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan lose their secret service protection?
Hard to believe that the election is almost here. I’m gonna miss the ads. I believe some candidate stole my grandma’s purse, gave the money to millionaires and took the leftovers for a pay raise.
We’ve talked a lot about the drought and the need to conserve water. It had Mitchell in Minneapolis wondering who uses more water: Individuals or companies?
Kacey Gregerson in Brooklyn Park submitted this Good Question: How do the bus routes get their names? And from Leah in Minnetonka: Why can’t we tear off mattress tags?
Betty Kline from Winona gets us started. As we vacillate between hot and cold weather, she wondered: Is it easier to burn calories in the winter or summer?
Two weeks of political conventions are over. But how did the political parties end up being represented by an elephant and a donkey? Sharon from Eagan wondered.
We start with a Good Question that’s more complicated than it seems.