Minnesota Soon To Be The Only 3.2 Beer State In The U.S.Utah will become the next-to-last in the country to say goodbye to lower-alcohol 3.2% beer on Friday.
Illegal Alcohol Vaping Device Confiscated From Minnesota BarAuthorities say an illegal device used to vape alcohol was recently confiscated from a bar in suburban Dakota County, and the bar owner was fined for having it.
Doctor Warns Alcohol Is The Most Dangerous Substance To Unborn Babies“Alcohol is the most dangerous substance to the developing brain, and it's not because of its legality or it's morality, it's because of its biology,” Dr. Jeff Wozniak said.
'There Is No Safe Amount': Advocates Raise Awareness For Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersOne in 10 pregnant women admit to doing it, and one in 20 Minnesota first graders feel the effects of that decision.
Minnesota Has Strictest DUI Laws In The Country, Study FindsA new study has ranked all U.S. states based on their DUI laws -- and Minnesota tops the list.
Minnesota Regents Expand Beer & Wine Sales To Basketball, HockeyUniversity of Minnesota regents have voted to allow beer and wine sales in the general seating sections of the school's basketball and hockey arenas.
What Happens To Your Body During A Hangover?Carbonated alcohol, like champagne, can also worsen a hangover because the carbonation facilitates alcohol absorption.
Young Adults Are Drinking Themselves To Death, Study FindsAccording to the report published in the journal BMJ, deaths due to cirrhosis increased by 65 percent from 2009 to 2016.
Minnesota Ranks High For Senior Living (And Senior Drinking)The study found that in the last year, excessive drinking increased from a 7.2 percent rate among adults 65 and older to a rate of 9.2 percent.
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.