If you live in Minneapolis, you can recycle your yogurt cup. But you can’t in St. Paul.
There have been a lot of drug companies getting hit with colossal fines lately and that got Katie from Minneapolis wondering: Where does the fine money go?
It’s hurricane season. So where do they come from? And who names them?
In this week’s Reply All, we look at sunburn, green dishwashing practices and why it is that the tops of some school buses are painted white.
Why is the national anthem played before sporting events? And what causes the bump you get from a mosquito bite?
Windows up or down for fuel economy? And what’s the story with those white flower food packets?
We’ve had a fair amount of rain this spring, and it’s making our cars look just filthy.
Can birds get a sunburn on a hot day?
You guys have had a lot of questions about word origins this week.
Tuesday ushered in the first day of spring, and after breaking high temperature records in the Twin Cities eight out of the last 11 days, a lot of Minnesotans are wondering: What’s up?
You’ve got recalls on the mind.
There was no surprise that questions about the State Shutdown are filling up the Good Question in-box. Jason DeRusha tackle one of those, and also deals with fireflies and ice cream headaches.
“Can we recall legislators or the governor?” asks Barbara of White Bear Lake.
From the rainy Minnesota weather to the government shutdown, we’re Replying All to WCCO viewers’ Good Questions.
Where do cashews come from? What do I do if I need to renew my vehicle tabs and the government shuts down? Why are the ticks so bad this year? Who is the voice behind WCCO promos? Jason DeRusha hits “Reply All” to your good questions.