No Amount Of Alcohol Is Safe During Pregnancy, Study FindsA small amount of alcohol consumed during pregnancy can result in the child suffering from high levels of anxiety after birth.
Stockton Ex-Mayor Pleads No Contest To Providing Alcohol To MinorA former mayor of Stockton is pleading no contest to providing alcohol to a minor, settling charges that once included allegations that he secretly recorded portions of a teen camp counselor strip poker game.
Binge Drinking Down Among College Students, Study FindsAn ongoing study started in 1999 has revealed binge drinking among college students is finally going down.
Bill Extending Last Call To 4AM In California Advances In AssemblyA bill by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco that would allow local communities across California to extend alcohol sales hours past 2 a.m. is one step closer to becoming law.
Katy Perry Admits To Struggles With Alcohol, Depression, Thoughts of Suicide“I wrote a song about [suicide],” she said during a teary talk with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh. "I feel ashamed that I would have those thoughts, feel that low and that depressed."
Woman Driving On Wheel Rims Accused Of DUI In PetalumaPetaluma police arrested a Rohnert Park woman on suspicion of DUI Wednesday after she was found driving without tires on the passenger side of a vehicle.
Lawmaker Wants California To Allow Bars To Stay Open Until 4 A.M.If State Senator Scott Wiener has his way San Francisco will soon join cities like New York, Chicago, Key West, Las Vegas and Miami that allow bars with special licenses to serve alcohol until 4 a.m.
New Law Allows Hair Salons and Barbers To Serve Drinks There may be a new sound coming out of your local barbershop or hair salon come January first. Joining the buzz of the hair clippers and roar of hair dryers could be the sound of clanking glasses.
Stanford Suspends Marching Band Over Repeated Alcohol ViolationsStanford’s band is fighting back against a ban by the university.
Cash-Strapped National Parks System Considers Alcohol Advertising Within ParksThe cash-strapped National Parks system continues to look for new forms of revenue to help keep the parks maintained and open to the public, but a new proposal to allow alcohol companies to place their logos within the parks is getting the ire of health groups.
San Francisco Granted First New Liquor Licenses In 77 YearsFor the first time in almost 80 years, San Francisco is getting new liquor licenses from the state. But the neighborhoods getting those precious licenses may surprise you.
Off Campus Drinking Citations Reach New Record In First Weeks Of Class At U.C. BerkeleyU.C. Berkeley off-campus drinking citations for the first two weeks of the new school year are at record levels.

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