New Year’s Eve
It looks like love is in the air this time of year. According to The Knot.com, 16 percent of couples get engaged in December making it the most popular time of year for men to pop the question.
There have been no drunk driving deaths in the state for the last four years on New Year’s Eve. Police are hoping tonight becomes a fifth in a row.
Authorities in Anoka County are rolling out a new campaign to curb drinking and driving.
If you’re of age, you’ll probably be ringing in New Year’s Eve with a glass of bubbly. But instead of picking your usual champagne, why not try something unique from small family farmers.
From rockin’ rollercoasters to candlelit hikes, we’ve got you and your family covered this New Year’s Eve.
State safety officials are urging motorists to plan for safe and sober ride this New Year’s Eve as they strive to have a fifth straight year of zero drunk driving deaths.
Holiday get-togethers are ramping up. With New Year’s next up, we got tips from the experts on how to plan the perfect party.
Michael Scott Luedtke, 25, was indicted Wednesday in federal court for his role in the New Year’s Eve armed robbery of a Quiznos sandwich shop in Roseville, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.
A St. Paul man has been sentenced in the New Year’s stabbing death of a 20-year-old man.
Jennifer Bartsch, 39 of Winona, said she sent out a mass text to everyone in her phone. That happened to include a man who had a restraining order against her.
Families will ring in the new year Saturday with the “Rock the Universe” party at the Mall of America’s Nickelodeon Universe. The event runs from 6 p.m. until midnight on New Year’s Eve.
Drunk drivers aren’t the only safety issues that spikes on New Year’s — it is one of the biggest days for fires, too.
The State Patrol is encouraging people with New Year’s plans to make plans now for a ride home. Troopers are stepping up enforcement over the holiday weekend, to keep drunk drivers off the roads.
The ball might drop a little earlier at these celebrations, but who’s counting? Well, that is to say, other than the kids counting down to “midnight” at these pint-sized parties that end well before midnight.
Sometimes the loud, crowded, dizzying, drunken New Year’s Eve scene doesn’t fit the bill.