Sherry Hancock talks about frozen pants, snowy pasta, and other winter sculptures: news, sports, weather, traffic, and the best of Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St.  Paul.

Sherry Hancock talks about frozen pants, snowy pasta, and other winter sculptures: news, sports, weather, traffic, and the best of Minnesota and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul.

WCCO Digital Update – Afternoon Jan 3, 2022Here are the latest headlines from Minnesota.

WEB EXTRA: Sherry Hancock talks about frozen pants, snowdough pasta, and other winter sculpturesTo distract herself from the cold Minnesota weather, Sherry Hancock began making frozen sculptures in her garden.

Noon weather reportForecaster Katie Steiner reports on the possibility of snow in the middle of the week.

Twin brothers found dead after house fireTwo brothers were found dead on Saturday after a house fire in the Canosia municipality.

Gov. Walz Says Rise in Omicron Cases LoomingOn WCCO Radio, he urged Minnesotans to get tested if they feel a cold is coming.

As Omicron Rises, Many Are Wondering If Schools Can Safely ReopenAcross the country, schools are delaying going back to the classroom.

New Developments at Brooklyn Center Hit-and-RunThe Minnesota State Patrol says they found a suspicious vehicle and a possible driver.

Without space? No problem! Rebecca Kolls recommends terrariumsKolls says many of the materials you need you probably already have around the house, except possibly charcoal.

Wayzata HS Grads Fire Up Door-Delivery ServiceBharat Pulgam talks about Pikup.

The key to success for children’s New Year’s resolutionsLaura Davis of Nannies and College Nannies in the Twin Cities explains.

9 a.m. weather report M.WCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor says it will be warmer, but then it will be very cold again.

WCCO presenter talks about his COVID caseJason DeRusha tested positive for the virus last month and talks about his symptoms.

Mid-morning headlines from January 3, 2022The former FDA commissioner turned to “Face the Nation” and spoke about what the start of the new year might look like amid the Omicron variant.

CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: January 3, 2022❇️ Travel problems continue with more flights canceled and delayed at MSP airport today. ❇️ Comments: What went wrong during the holidays?

School districts closely monitor the COVID situation as students return to classThis morning begins the second half of the school year for most Minnesotans.

6 a.m. weather report M.A big warm-up is on the way Monday.

Minnesota Kids Go Back to School Amid COVID SurgeHealth experts say that it is basically inevitable that your child will be exposed to the Omicron variant if he returns to learning in person. But there are ways you can give your child the best possible protection.

WCCO Digital Update – Tomorrow Jan 3, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.

4:30 AM Weather reportWe are waking up to much warmer temperatures on Monday.

WCCO Evening Digital Update: Jan 2, 2022Jeff Wagner has his latest headlines.

10 PM Weather reportAfter a Monday in season, light snow will fall over much of Minnesota for a full 24-hour period.

Warm feelings abound after NHL winter classic FrostyThe Minnesota Wild may have lost Saturday’s NHL Winter Classic to the St. Louis Blues, but the game was a huge win for Target Field and nearby businesses.

5:30 PM Weather reportWe will warm up the first days of the week, before a 24 hour snow event hits.

Gophers, Tommies face off on ice for the first timeThe Golden Gophers and Tommies met in an exhibition game Sunday at Doug Woog Arena in South St. Paul, their first meeting since St. Thomas joined Division I.

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