Millions Have Shopped While Drunk, Survey FindsFood is the top purchase made followed by shoes and clothes.
Companies Cutting Alcohol From Holiday PartiesSome companies will also have party monitors to keep an eye out for inappropriate behavior.
Wisconsin Bill Would Lower Drinking Age To 19The bill sponsors say that at age 19 "there are very few things that you cannot do," but drinking is one of them.
Vikings WR Floyd Gets 1 Day In Jail For Failed Alcohol TestsVikings officials say they encouraged Floyd to drink kombucha, not knowing it was the reason he was flagged for drinking alcohol and violating terms of his house arrest.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit By Derek Boogaard's Parents DismissedDerek Boogaard was a feared enforcer with the New York Rangers and Minnesota Wild. He died of an accidental overdose of pain medications and alcohol in 2011.
Senate Panel Approves Sunday Liquor SalesGov. Mark Dayton has said he'll sign a bill legalizing Sunday sales.
Amazon Adds Liquor To 1-Hour Delivery In Twin CitiesAmazon's one-hour delivery service will now deliver alcohol to Prime members in Minneapolis-St. Paul and surrounding areas.
Report: The 4 Drunkest U.S. Cities Are All In Wisconsin A recent report from the financial news website 24/7 Wall St. lists four Wisconsin metro areas as the drunkest cities in America.
Study: Job Loss-Related Stress Hits African-Americans Particularly Hard A new study from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health found that people who lost their jobs during the 2008 recession reported increased alcohol abuse and drunkenness, especially African-Americans.
Good Question: How Can You Live To 100?A new study from Stanford and Time Magazine finds 77 percent of us want to live to 100, but aren't putting in the work to get there. We always hear we should eat well and exercise, but what does that mean?
N.D. AG Clears Up Confusion Over Sunday Liquor SalesGeneral Wayne Stenehjem has cleared up confusion over whether restaurants can serve alcohol an hour earlier on Sundays. The Legislature this year voted to allow restaurants to begin serving alcohol at 11 a.m. on Sundays, instead of noon. The goal is to put North Dakota cities on par with bordering states that allow for earlier booze sales on Sundays.