- The Latest: Law cited in Utah 'Deadpool' case on hold Updated: May-03-16 2:47 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - The Latest on a Utah theater cited for serving alcohol during the movie "Deadpool." (all times local):
- U of Illinois-Springfield to build first student union Updated: May-02-16 10:50 pm
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - The University of Illinois campus in Springfield is preparing to break ground on its first-ever student union building.
- Hops production rises to meet craft brewer needs Updated: May-02-16 11:25 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A new report says production of hops is up this year, putting the Washington-centered industry in a better position to respond to continuing growth of the craft beer industry.
- University cafe closed for cleaning after reports of illness Updated: Apr-30-16 12:56 pm
PITTSBURGH - A cafe on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in western Pennsylvania has been closed for cleaning after more than 40 people reported becoming ill after eating there last week.
- Top Venezuela beer maker halts production amid shortages Updated: Apr-29-16 6:04 pm
CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuela's largest brewer said it shut down beer production Friday at the last of its four factories due to a shortage of imported supplies.
- Winery near Traverse City paying for trees in state parks Updated: Apr-28-16 9:12 pm
OLD MISSION PENINSULA, Michigan - A winery near Traverse City is donating $10,000 to plant nearly 200 trees in Michigan state parks.
- Bill on beer coolers advances in Missouri Legislature Updated: Apr-28-16 6:19 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - A measure to allow beer-makers to lease coolers to stores to keep drinks frosty has passed the Missouri House.
- 2 NAU fraternities disciplined for not registering events Updated: Apr-28-16 4:27 pm
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - Northern Arizona University's two largest fraternities have been disciplined for holding unregistered events where alcohol was served.
- 5 Frederick homes may get city water after 10-year wait Updated: Apr-27-16 12:34 pm
FREDERICK, Maryland - Residents of five Frederick homes near Fort Detrick may finally have clean tap water after getting bottled water shipments supplied by the Army for the past 10 years.
- US urges Illinois city to give customers bottled water Updated: Apr-26-16 6:44 pm
Federal regulators are recommending that an Illinois city provide bottled water or filters to residents affected by high levels of lead in their drinking water.
- Ryan Reynolds helps out Utah cinema in 'Deadpool' trouble Updated: Apr-25-16 4:25 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Actor Ryan Reynolds is showing his support for a Salt Lake City movie theater cited under a Utah obscenity law for serving drinks during a screening of his movie "Deadpool."
- PFOA-affected residents may need bottled water all summer Updated: Apr-25-16 4:29 am
LITCHFIELD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services officials say residents of roughly 400 homes affected by PFOA contamination may need to drink bottled water all summer.
- Illinois college adds major in brewing amid craft beer boom Updated: Apr-24-16 8:20 pm
CARBONDALE, Illinois - An Illinois university has a new accredited degree in fermentation science to train future brewers, distillers and vintners.
- Toast Nebraska wine festival set May 6-7 at Mahoney Park Updated: Apr-23-16 5:55 pm
ASHLAND, Nebraska - Organizers say more than 20 state wineries will offer samplings at the third annual Toast Nebraska wine festival.
- Microbrewery and tap house coming to Aberdeen Updated: Apr-22-16 3:28 pm
ABERDEEN, South Dakota - The South Dakota city of Aberdeen will be getting a microbrewery and tap house in the fall.
- Prost! Germany celebrates 500 years of beer purity law Updated: Apr-22-16 1:05 pm
INGOLSTADT, Germany - To some it's the real deal, to others it's a bland brew, but thanks to a 500-year-old rule everybody can be sure what's in German beer.
- Canadian County judge says soccer team can serve alcohol Updated: Apr-21-16 4:35 pm
EL RENO, Oklahoma - A Canadian County judge has ruled that a professional soccer club can obtain a permit to sell low-alcohol beer at games on high school property.
- Hard and sweet life of a pastry chef Updated: Apr-21-16 10:43 am
PITTSBURGH - If you think a pastry chef's job is all frilly and dainty, think again. There's a lot of hard, physical work that goes into making the pretty, delicate and elegant treats.
- Michigan race offers runners beer at aid stations on course Updated: Apr-21-16 10:10 am
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - Some running races wrap up with beer after the finish. A race in western Michigan is offering brew at aid stations along the course.
- Stop ticketing lemonade stands, Louisiana's senators say Updated: Apr-21-16 7:12 am
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Looking for someone to ticket? Louisiana legislators say to steer clear of neighborhood children selling lemonade.
- The Latest: Discipline hearing postponed for Utah theater Updated: Apr-18-16 8:10 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - The Latest on Utah's threat to revoke a liquor license for a theater that served alcohol while showing the film "Deadpool" (all times local):
- Still installed in distillery being built in Bardstown Updated: Apr-15-16 3:56 am
BARDSTOWN, Kentucky - A new distillery being built in the heart of Kentucky bourbon country has taken a big step toward the day when whiskey starts flowing.
- High copper or lead levels seen in 19 Detroit schools' water Updated: Apr-14-16 6:30 pm
DETROIT - Detroit's hard-pressed school system has found elevated levels of lead and copper in nearly a third of its elementary schools, contamination that one expert says could be found nationwide, wherever school authorities spend the time and money to look.
- Line, hydrant flushed after reports of discolored water Updated: Apr-14-16 6:22 pm
DETROIT - Crews have flushed a water transmission line and fire hydrant outside a Detroit hospital after discolored water was reported inside the facility.
- Old Forester Distillery to span bourbon-making process Updated: Apr-14-16 4:16 am
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Brown-Forman Corp. says its new Kentucky distillery will span bourbon production.