Coffee Club: Are you concerned about GMO foods?
Bacteria in your body is generally thought to be a bad thing, even a medical concern. But not so when it comes to your digestive health.
Coffee Club: Starbucks is brewing up a new creation that caters to beer-lovers and espresso-addicts: introducing the "beer latte."
Excited shoppers camped out overnight for the new iPhone--is there any product you would camp outside a store for?
How do you feel about using a tablet at the drive-thru?
An emotional debate is underway about how far is too far when it comes to disciplining children.
Does it bother you to see tattoos on employees when you're at the store, a restaurant, etc?
Do you remember what you were you doing 13 years ago today, when you first heard the tragic news?
Coffee Club: Which fried fair food gets your mouth watering?
The Drug Enforcement Administration is taking action against prescription drug abuse. Addiction and death from prescription painkillers has become an epidemic, so the DEA is hoping to make the pills much harder to get.
We may have one more month of summer left, but doctors suggest families should already be thinking about the flu!
The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends middle and high schools delay their start times to at least 8:30 a.m.
Should students be expected to pitch in for the cost of college? Should parents be expected to pay for part or all?
Students could be packing some health risks with them as they return back to the classroom.
Are you excited for cooler weather, holiday decor, and all things fall? Or are you enjoying summertime still?
Are you bothered when you see a mom nursing her baby in a public place? Is it her right, or should she cover up?
Local doctors say they're seeing an increase in deliveries. KRBC's Nora Hartfeil spoke with a local doctor about the reason behind the so-called boom.
Do you ever sign up for store credit cards when you're asked at the checkout if you "want to save 20% on your purchase today by signing up?"
A North Carolina restaurant was offering discounts to people who pray in public.
Many people claim they can tell what the weather is going to do by how their joints feel. But is there any truth to that?
Minimum wage is getting a boost in many states. Now some businesses are responding by upping the cost of their products.
Is it healthier to pack a lunch for your kid, or send him through the lunch line?
Is it a reasonable concern, or do you think there's too much hype that could lead to unnecessary public fear?
Here in Texas, we see a lot of sunshine. Are you concerned with skin cancer risks at all? Or do you think there's too much hype about protecting your skin?
A bikini-clad Paris Hilton chows down on a cheeseburger for Carl's Jr.'s latest advertisement. Does this kind of marketing really work?
The newest security measure to protect your info. Motorola says users of its Moto X smartphone can unlock their phones with a digital tattoo.
In this week's local health story, Nora Hartfeil investigates the health benefits of essential oils.
An employee at an Alabama elementary school is developing an app to help in the case of a lockdown.
Today's young American adults are on track have the lowest rates of marriage by age 40 -- compared to any previous generation.
People tend to either love them or hate them. Are energy drinks a staple in your diet?
Rent-A-Center, known mainly for renting furniture and electronics, is launching a smartphone rental program. Would you ever rent a phone?
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil spoke with a local doctor, and has food allergy info every parent should know.
Should parents force their kids to go outside? Or let them choose their own summertime activities?
It looks like Ford inspires the most loyalty among customers, according to IHS Automotive.
Today is the biggest day of all for hot dog consumption. More than 155 million, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council.
From hands-free, to electric vehicles--do you like where the future of driving is headed?
Would you rather take several short vacations throughout the year, or one long getaway each year?
It may sound strange, but some people aren't happy unless their schedule is booked up, and they're constantly checking tasks off a to-do list.
Local doctors are finding a growing number of patients aren't following dosage instructions. Many are ending up hospitalized.
If the cost of dining out would drop significantly, would you sacrifice customer service?
After the recent storm damage, are you adjusting your insurance policies for future events?
The U.S. Patent Office canceled its trademarks of the Redskins on the grounds it's "disparaging to Native Americans."
Do you pull your phone out to give you driving directions? Do you find it distracting?
Prosthetic technology is advancing at such a rapid pace, many times you can't even tell someone is walking on a pair of artificial legs.
Do you think referees play favorites, even in professional sports? New findings show it does happen.
Which is more expensive to raise--a son or a daughter? Money Magazine recently reported that in the long run, boys cost more.
Starbucks is giving its baristas a new job perk. The coffee giant is offering tuition reimbursement to both full and part-time employees working their way through college.
KRBC's Nora Hartfeil chats one-on-one with a bridal expert as we approach the most popular wedding weekend of the year.
Do you consult with your spouse before making a purchase? Or do you feel like you have to secretly spend?