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06/03/20

Witnesses said someone didn't make it out, but it's unclear who, if anyone.

06/03/20

06/01/20

The company said it acted to ensure employees' safety. A store in Minneapolis, where Target is based, was badly damaged and looted last week.

05/29/20

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has issued an emergency regulation outlining what comes next for restaurants and bars seeking to reopen for business next week.

05/29/20

A new service that began when COVID-19 hit Arkansas has made getting alcohol more convenient, and some want it to stick around after the pandemic is over.

05/29/20

In preparation for the big day, the winery has put some new guidelines in place.

05/28/20

Protests continued into Wednesday night in south Minneapolis, where Chopper 5 captured video of apparent looting at a nearby Target and other area businesses. Fires have sprung up around the area as well.

05/26/20

They've been doing curbside pickup only for the past couple of months and while they were grateful for the source of income, they say the atmosphere hasn't been the same.

05/21/20

KCCI's Eric Hanson takes you to a Fort Dodge winery that's still Open for Business.

05/21/20

"My grocery store has replaced the salad in the salad bar with…. liquor," shopper Emily A. posted on Twitter, along with a photo of the boozy bar she says was found at a Dierbergs market.

05/18/20

New Orleans began allowing some businesses and churches to re-open - or expand their operations - in a limited capacity Saturday.

05/18/20

Lawsuit claims Grubhub's app shows the restaurant closed and accuses the company of false advertising.

05/15/20

Galatoire's Restaurant will reopen its main dining room next week with just a few dozen seats and something it's never had before: reservations, now mandated for New Orleans restaurants under new coronavirus rules.

05/14/20

Jasper Winery says events and gatherings make up 60% of its business, but even with larger spaces, the winery isn't sure if it's allowed to reopen.

05/14/20

A bill allowing curbside sales and delivery of alcohol has already been fully approved by the senate.

05/12/20

In the restaurant on Sunday morning, in defiance of Democratic Gov. Jared Polis's executive Safer at Home order, every table was nearly full, according to the footage from Colorado Community Media reporter Nick Puckett. Customers crowded around the counter waiting for their orders. The line to place them went out the door, wrapping around the side of the building.

05/04/20

The state Agriculture Department has awarded grants totaling $80,000 for industry research and promotion of the grape, fruit and wine industry in North Dakota.

04/29/20

Craving beer, wine and spirits?

04/29/20

bit of relief might be coming soon to local bars and restaurants that have been experiencing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as some cities move to refund liquor licenses, while others consider the option.

04/21/20

Activating guard soldiers is the latest attempt to contain the disease, which has forced a growing number of slaughterhouses and meat-processing plants to slow or halt operations.

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