There are few other places in the historic Minnesota State Capitol where beer drinking should be more welcome: The basement cafeteria, styled as a German Rathskeller. Now, for the first time in almost 100 years, alcohol may be available on certain occasions.
Minnesota taxes will rise by more than $2 billion in the next two-year state budget, but who pays how much on what is still being hammered out as the Legislature speeds toward a Monday deadline for the session’s adjournment.
Stock up on booze on Saturday. The Minnesota House on Wednesday resoundingly rejected an effort to give liquor stores permission to open on Sundays. The measure went down on a 106-21 vote.
Twin Cities dwellers will likely soon be able to enjoy a drink while spending time at a popular Twin Cities lake.
Authorities say alcohol was detected after a one-car rollover crash in Fridley, Minn. that left seven people seriously injured.
Minnesota House members have voted to give themselves drug tests in order to be eligible for their pay and benefits.
After a recent decision, beer and wine sales at Lake Harriet look more and more possible.
A Hastings man faces charges after his 2-year-old son was found wandering the streets Sunday carrying alcohol, according to charges filed by Dakota County.
One woman is dead after a jeep crashed into a tree in Brooklyn Center early Monday morning. The crash happened at about 1:30 a.m. A Jeep went over the median at Shingle Creek.
Roseville Police arrested a 33-year-old St. Paul man after crashing in to another driver during a police chase early Saturday morning.
When the legislature approved beer sales at TCF Bank stadium a couple years ago, lawmakers and the University of Minnesota estimated profits — more than $1 million.
Some University of Minnesota students are pushing for a bill at the Capitol that they say could save the lives of underage binge drinkers.
It was 1984, the night before the biggest game of Bill Bayno’s college career, and the junior forward at Sacred Heart was sitting quietly in the hotel bar.
The Minnesota State Patrol said ex-Senate staffer Michael Brodkorb was over the legal limit on the night he crashed his car.
A late Saturday night crash sent two people, including a state trooper, to the hospital.