Updated: 05/02/2013 - The biggest issue facing farmers in Kansas is drought. The lack of rain is also taking a toll on local reservoirs.
Posted: 01/03/2013 - Can they really keep track of how many calories you burn?
Posted: 12/27/2012 - How likely are you to keep your resolution intact?
Posted: 12/22/2012 - Every year around this time, people ask us this question
Posted: 12/14/2012 - Tonight's good question looks at the last time the city saw rain
Posted: 11/30/2012 - KAKE's Jeff Herndon looks at how the drought continues to affect Cheney Reservoir
Updated: 11/15/2012 - The company has agreed to pay $4.5 billion related to the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Updated: 11/08/2012 - Several studies show they may not be very effective.
Updated: 11/01/2012 - It has been a controversial topic dating back to 1918.
Posted: 10/25/2012 - Viral e-mails claim reused plastic water bottles can be hazardous, toxic and even cause cancer.
Posted: 10/11/2012 - A chain e-mail claims President Obama has issued hundreds more executive orders than any other president. True or false? Good question.
Updated: 09/20/2012 - The video gives you step-by-step instructions on how to make the soda glow by using Mountain Dew, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
Updated: 09/13/2012 - The new iPhone is here. It is bigger, lighter and smarter that the iPhone 4. For those who love the Apple smartphones, it’s a must have, which means the future is uncertain for millions of older generation iPhones.
Posted: 09/06/2012 - Coverage of the conventions has spawned several questions. I decided to answer a few tonight on Good Question.
Updated: 08/23/2012 - The CDC says the vaccine has not been studied in humans yet and that veterinary vaccines are not made with the same quality standards required of human vaccines.
Updated: 08/17/2012 - First of all, the big, hulking gold medals are actually more silver than anything, almost 93 percent. Less than 2 percent of the medal is gold, about 6 grams of 24 karat.
Updated: 08/02/2012 - First modern day air conditioning was invented in 1911, although the idea of chemically cooling the air has been around since the 1700s. Before that, people used “old school” methods to beat the heat.