Posted 5:50 PM 6/27/2012 by John Reger
If you live in San Luis Obispo, you've probably heard sirens being tested once a year for about five minutes, or a 10-second test done every three months. They're the early warning system for a major emergency. Darcy Ryan from Nipomo asked this question: Why doesn't Nipomo have any sirens?(More) • Video (1)
Posted 8:46 PM 6/20/2012 by John Reger
Our Good Question tonight is about something we see all the time in the strawberry fields on the Central Coast... sheets of plastic. Ken Harvey from Nipomo wants to know, "What happens to all that plastic after the berries are harvested?"
Good Question, Ken.
Posted 5:41 PM 6/13/2012 by John Reger
Flag day is tomorrow, and the Fourth of July not far off so we'll be seeong people flying the Stars and Stripes to show their patriotism. But every year, many people wonder what's the right way and the wrong way to put up the flag. That's a good question.
Posted 4:54 PM 5/30/2012 by Associated Press
Our Good Question tonight is about the original inhabitants of much of California. Elizabeth Pascual of Santa Maria wants to know, when was the earliest contact between the Chumash Indians and Europeans?" Good Question.
Many groups speaking Chumash languages once stretched along coastal (More)
Posted 5:52 PM 5/16/2012 by John Reger, KSBY News
Our Good Question this time comes from someone who says he's heard rumors about a building on Higuera Street in San Luis Obispo. Greg Murphy wants to know, Does Charles Shoes in downtown SLO have an old jail in back? Good Question.
Posted 5:42 PM 5/9/2012 by KSBY News, John Reger
Our Good Question is about some signs in Santa Maria meant to stop people from running red lights. A viewer from Santa Maria wants to know: Why are there signs saying cameras are enforcing red light running when we don't have those cameras anymore? Good question.
Posted 4:24 PM 5/2/2012 by John Reger
One of our Good Questions came up during this past weekend's Santa Maria Valley Strawberry Festival. Shari from Santa Maria wants to know: Are organic strawberries as big as the regular ones? Good Question.
Posted 4:40 PM 4/25/2012 by John Reger
Our Good Question comes from someone who says, for a long time, she's wondered about a sign on a building in San Luis Obispo.
Posted 8:26 PM 4/18/2012 by John Reger
This week we have two questions about a lake in the Oceano Dunes State Vehicle Recreation Area.
Candy Miears from Atascadero wants to know: Where does the water for Oso Flaco Lake come from? The lake has it's own small watershed: the 7,000 to 10,000 acres around the lake. Some of (More) • Video (1)
Posted 12:46 AM 3/28/2012 by John Reger
Our question tonight comes from Stephen Marsden of Los Osos. He asks, "A few years ago, I paid $3,500 into a fund for a new sewer. What happened to that money?" Good question.