All of our winners this week get a pair of tickets to see Colin Jost at the Filmore in Detroit on June 5th.
According to a survey, the average person says they would have to gain 13 pounds before they stopped doing this. What is it?
Before they stopped drinking. Congratulations to today's winner, Janina Thomas from Burton.
According to a survey of moms, about 10% say they have kept this item from their kids for more than 20 years. What is it?
Report cards. Congratulations to today's winner, Lindy Nicol from Grand Blanc.
Thursday (Early Morning Version)
According to a survey of adults, about 80% of us admit that we had one of these as a child. What is it?
An imaginary friend. Congrats to today's winner, Chance Burton from Swartz Creek.
According to a survey of married men, about 33% of us say we never do this without checking with our wives first. What?
Make dinner plans. Congratulations to today's winner, Brandon Bellinger from Flushing.
This Michigan Airbnb Has an Indoor Pool + Lots of Extras
Typically, winter doesn't mean taking the kids swimming or relaxing by the pool. But this unique Airbnb
(which is only about 45 minutes from Flint) features a sauna, tennis court, and yes, an indoor pool and hot tub which can be used year round.
This Michigan Home Has an Indoor Pool (But Needs a Little TLC)
Just think of the money you'd save on gym memberships.
Owning a house with a pool in Michigan usually means enjoying a pool for about four months and loathing it the rest of the year. Not this house. This baby has an indoor pool that can be used year-round.
Although we do admit that it needs a bit of TLC.
Flint + Saginaw's Most-Popular TV Anchors - Where Are They Now?
A lot of highly talented people have sat behind the anchor desks at the area's TV stations.
We're taking a look at some of the area's most popular news, weather, and sports anchors who have visited our homes electronically and then moved on.
Michigan's 299 Snowplows Get the Cutest Names Ever
The Michigan Department of Transportation has revealed the winning names assigned to each of its snowplows throughout the state.
Here they are, sorted by region.