Posted 5:44 PM 3/20/2013 by Associated Press
This year KSBY has done stories on a coyote found injured and starving seabirds covered in oil on the Central Coast. Tonight's Good Question is: What government agency is responsible for injured wildlife?
Posted 4:37 PM 3/13/2013 by John Reger
Pope Francis was chosen today in secret by Cardinals cut off from the outside world once the conclave started. That prompted this question: How does the voting for Pope work in the Sistine Chapel? Good Question.
Posted 5:47 PM 2/20/2013 by John Reger
Last week we brought you breaking news about a missing 12-year-old girl who was eventually found by her father after a massive search. There was no amber alert issued. On Facebook we got this question: Under what circumstances do police send out an amber alert for a missing child? Good Question. (More) • Video (1)
Posted 9:18 PM 2/13/2013 by John Reger
Tonight's Good Question was prompted by something you see when traffic is slow or stopped on the freeway.Is it legal for a motorcyclist to ride between lanes of stopped or slow- moving traffic? Good Question.
Posted 5:43 PM 2/6/2013 by John Reger
Recently we have reported on investigations on the Central Coast of home processing centers for illegal drugs. Butane is used in one of the processes and when police find high numbers of butane canisters on scene, they suspect honey oil is being made.Tonight's Good Question is: What (More) • Video (1)
Posted 4:42 PM 1/16/2013 by John Reger
If you've been to the Avila Beach Community Center or the post office you have noticed something unusual next to the building. It prompted tonight's Good Question.
Kim Roberts wants to know: What's the reason for the new circle at the Community Center in Avila? Good Question.
Posted 5:45 PM 1/9/2013 by John Reger
A lot of you have made working out a New Year's resolution. That brought up this Good Question: Is it better to eat before or after a workout? Good Question.
Posted 4:38 PM 1/2/2013 by John Reger
If you were out two nights ago or watching TV, you probably heard a song that always gets popular on News Years Eve but leaves people asking questions: What does Auld Lang Syne mean? And how did it become a New Year's tradition? Good Questions.
Posted 5:49 PM 12/19/2012 by John Reger
The Central Coast has been outstanding in donating toys this holiday season. Our toy drive alone raised 4,000 toys. That raised this question: How do you make sure the toys from Your season of Hope campaign get to the actual families in need? Good Question.
The toys are handled by various (More)
Posted 8:15 PM 12/12/2012 by John Reger
In Good Question tonight, we're answering questions about the number one potted plant in North America... and a holiday favorite.
What's the correct pronunciation of poinsettia? Are the plants poisonous? How'd their holiday tradition start? These are all Good Questions?