Dry January: Americans Ringing In 2021 By Giving Up Alcohol For The MonthThis year’s Dry January challenge comes as alcohol use has surged during the pandemic. People are feeling more stressed and many are having a drink to mark the end of the workday at home.
Sheriff: 40-Year-Old Man Seriously Injured In ATV Crash, Alcohol And Speed Contributing FactorsA 40-year-old man is being treated for life threatening injuries after an ATV crash Saturday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Craft Brewers Say They're Forced To Dump Beer Due To State Taproom Laws"We had to dump a 30-barrel batch of beer down the drain, and we expect to have to dump more coming up," Bauhaus director of operations Drew Hurst said.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Restaurants, Lawmakers Pressing Gov. Walz To Allow Alcohol-To-GoMinnesotans cannot buy alcohol to-go right now, but owners of bars and restaurants -- and a bipartisan group of lawmakers -- are hoping to change that.
'We Have An Increase In Isolation In Society': Alcoholism-Related Deaths On The Rise Among WomenThe research did find that overall more men than women are still dying from complications from alcohol.
Don't Drink And Drive: Tips To Stay Safe On New Year's EveAmid your celebrations for ringing in the new decade, it's also important to plan a safe ride home on New Year's Eve. It's the number one day of the year for alcohol related deaths.
Extra DWI Enforcement Campaign Starts TomorrowMinnesota is expected to see a snowstorm going into one of the heaviest drinking days of the year.
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.