Deaths Mount to 150 in India’s Second Toxic Liquor Tragedy This Month

February 25, 2019

GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) – At least 150 people have died from drinking toxic bootleg liquor in a northeastern state of […]

AG Opinion: OPPJ Can Approve Sunday Alcohol Sales

September 26, 2018

Monroe News-Star USA TODAY NETWORK Bonnie Bolden and Ashley Mott Last November, the Ouachita Parish Police Jury asked the Attorney […]

Fraternity Group Votes to Ban Hard Alcohol at Houses, Events

September 5, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The association for fraternities in the U.S. and Canada says most of its members have one year […]

This Louisiana Craft Beer Pioneer ‘Went Green’ Long Before It Was Cool

August 30, 2018

Abita Brewing Company has been a tastemaker since 1986, both in terms of craft beer – you’ve probably sipped their […]

Beer to be sold to the common man in Tiger Stadium this year

August 24, 2018

Purple and Gold fans can leave the flasks at home cause Death Valley’s got a new option, The Chute, for […]

Tiger Stadium’s New Skyline Club Promises Club-Level Living at a Lower Price — and Beer

August 17, 2017

Beer and wine are coming to the top reaches of Tiger Stadium. The university is turning the south end zone […]

Mexican Authorities Seize Illicit Alcohol in Crackdown at Resorts

August 16, 2017

Mexican authorities swept through 31 resorts, restaurants and nightclubs in Cancun and Playa del Carmen in recent days, suspending operations […]

A Beer a Day Helps Prevent Stroke and Heart Disease, New Study Suggest

November 14, 2016

A pint of beer a day could help reduce the risk of having a stroke or developing cardiovascular disease, new […]

New Initiative to Bring Nutrition Facts to Beer Bottles, Cans

July 24, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WWBT) –Changes are on the way to the nation’s most popular alcoholic beverage, but isn’t affecting what’s in […]

Economist: State could face up to $200M deficit this year

June 17, 2016

AP Reporting An economist who helps decide Louisiana’s state income forecast has delivered grim news to Gov. John Bel Edwards […]