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WEBEKSTRA: Sherry Hancock talks about frozen pants, snow-covered pasta and other winter sculpturesTo distract himself from Minnesota’s cold weather, Sherry Hancock began making frozen sculptures in his garden.

Dinner weather forecastForecast champion Katie Steiner reports on the chance of snow in the middle of the week.

Twin brothers found dead after house fireTwo brothers were found dead Saturday after a house fire in Canosia Township.

Gov. Walz says Spike In Omicron cases are comingOn WCCO Radio, he urged Minnesota residents to be tested if they notice a cold on the way.

As Omicron rises, many question whether schools can reopen safelyAcross the country, schools are delaying the return to the classroom.

New developments at the Brooklyn Center Hit-And-RunThe Minnesota State Patrol says they have found a suspected vehicle and possible driver.

No space? No problem! Rebecca Kolls recommends terrariumsKolls says that you probably already have many of the materials you need at home, except possibly the coal.

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

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

9:00 Weather forecastWCCO meteorologist Riley O’Connor says it will get warmer, but then again become bitterly cold.

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

Headlines in the middle of the morning from January 3, 2022The former FDA commissioner went on “Face the Nation” and talked about what the start of the new year might look like in the Omicron variant.

CBSN Minnesota Morning Update: January 3, 2022❇️ Travel problems continue with more canceled and delayed flights at MSP Airport today. ❇️ Feedback: What’s one thing that went wrong for you during the holidays?

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

06.00 Weather forecastA big warm-up is on the way Monday.

The Minnesota Kids go back to school in the middle of the COVID waveHealth experts say it is basically inevitable that your child will be exposed to the Omicron variant if they return to personal learning. But there are ways you can give your child the best possible protection.

WCCO digital update: Tomorrow, January 3, 2022Jason DeRusha has the latest headlines.

04:30 Weather forecastWe wake up to much warmer temperatures on Monday.

Digital update of WCCO Evening: January 2, 2022Jeff Wagner has your latest headlines.

22.00 weather forecastAfter a seasonal Monday, light snow will fall over large parts of Minnesota for an entire 24-hour period.

Warm feelings abound after the frosty NHL Winter ClassicThe Minnesota Wild may have lost Saturday’s NHL Winter Classic against St. Louis. Louis Blues, but the match was a big win for Target Field and nearby businesses.

17:30 Weather forecastWe warm up the first few days of the week before a 24-hour snow event rolls in.

Gophers, Tommies meets on ice for the first time everGolden Gophers and Tommies met in a showdown Sunday at the Doug Woog Arena in South St. Louis. Paul – their first matchup since St. Thomas joined Division I.

Protect your home from pipe breakageThat’s a problem we see every year: pipes that freeze in the cold and burst when they thaw. It can cost homeowners and property owners thousands of dollars in damage.

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