MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Snow and cold have closed schools in Minneapolis, St. Paul and hundreds of other schools and districts across the state.

Minneapolis school officials say the closure affects and buildings and staff, including Community Education classes, Early Childhood Family Education classes and all activities. The district includes more than 34,000 students.

The St. Paul district closure also includes all activities.

Click here to see all the closings and delays reported.

Comments (8)
  1. becky says:

    You need to fix your website and go back to what it was! I am not able to access the list of closed schools at all it just takes me to a page with a bunch of symbols and random words!!

  2. WBLBrian says:

    Leave it to WCCO to use some random photo of a European snowplow for the story.

  3. Marie Nolan says:

    Don’t like your new website I can not see school closings

  4. eileen says:

    Yes, the snowplow is on the wrong side of the road. I’ve complained about the ridiculous set of images used by WCCO in the past. Let us baring up our own image of a snowplow from our own memory banks. It seems like we’ve seen a few in the not-to-far distant past.

  5. Ole says:

    Yeah, you would think they could have just looked out the window and taken a picture of a snow plow, here in good ‘ol Minnesota.

    I’m also not a big fan of the layout of this new website.

  6. Eric williams says:

    Useless for school closings today. Prefer the old site.

  7. PK says:

    I was able to see the school closings just fine. Maybe it is in a different text that doesn’t work with certain computers?

  8. Eldon Vickerman says:

    Has Mayor Coleman driven on our streets in the last 2 hours. Has he felt the windchill. What a moronic statement for him to make about the decision to close schools.

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