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.
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?