Reality Check: The Data On Sunday Liquor Sales In MinnesotaMinnesota state revenue officials can now officially say whether or not the end of the Prohibition-era Sunday liquor sales ban was a financial success.
Lawmakers Mull Liquor Sale ExpansionMinnesota lawmakers on Tuesday considered expanding liquor sales to places like grocery and convenience stores.
House Approves Bill To Extend Sunday Liquor Sale HoursCurrent law allows stores to be open anytime between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Reality Check: The Impact Of Sunday Liquor SalesSunday beer runs were made legal last summer for the first time in state history. So how's it been going so far?
1 Month After Sunday Sales, Liquor Store Owners Say Total Sales Haven't BudgedFive Sundays have passed since that first Sunday when consumers waited in line to buy a six pack in Minnesota.
Stores Busy As Sunday Liquor Sales Start In MinnesotaAlcohol sales at liquor stores are legal on a Sunday in Minnesota for the first time since Prohibition.
Minnesotans Celebrate #SundaySalesMN On TwitterAt 11 a.m., liquor stores in Minnesota could legally sell beer, wine and liquor as the decades-old “blue law” ban was lifted.
Mixed Emotions As Sunday Liquor Sales Begin In MinnesotaA longstanding "blue law" will officially come to an end this weekend as Minnesotans will be able to buy alcohol on a Sunday.
4 Things To Know: Sunday Sales, Boating Enforcement & FireworksHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, July 2, 2017.
July Ushers In Sunday Liquor Sales, Higher Fees, New BudgetLooser booze laws and a new budget highlight the fruit of the Minnesota Legislature's labor taking effect as July begins.
Here Are The New Minnesota Laws Going Into EffectMany in Minnesota are anticipating the start of Sunday liquor sales this weekend, but a number of other new laws are also going into effect come July.
Minnesota Liquor Stores Gearing Up For Sunday SalesWith our nation's birthday right around the corner, customers are bagging up booze ahead of the holiday weekend at Stinson Wine Beer and Spirits.
Committee Approves Surdyk's Settlement, City Council Vote NextA committee approved a $50,000 fine against Surdyk's and a suspension of the store's liquor license for the first three Sundays in July.
Surdyk's To Close 3 Sundays, Pay Bigger Fine In New SettlementA new settlement shows Surdyk's faces a $50,000 fine and would be closed for the first three Sundays in July.
Committee Rejects Settlement Between City Officials, Surdyk’sA regulatory committee in Minneapolis rejected Tuesday the revised settlement between city officials and the Northeast liquor store Surdyk’s, which is facing punishment for selling booze on a Sunday last month.