The legislature considered bills on Sunday alcohol sales and the state's voucher program, while GOP leaders said they would not take up a ban on gay marriage.
A study from Indiana University researchers finds negative messaging does not get through to drug and alcohol addicts like positive messaging.
Under the law, underaged Hoosiers can call an emergency service for an intoxicated friend and not be charged.
The most common group to binge drink may sound surprising, but researchers say it makes sense.
State legislators could be drug tested under an amendment passed Monday in the House.
The IPRC says the increase however in marijuana use is up across all age groups.
An Indiana advocate is calling on the General Assembly to create legislation to help reduce underage drinking in the state.
Under current law, anyone buying alcohol must be asked to show identification.
Indiana legal experts say new methods of rehabilitating teens convicted of crimes appear to be working, but could still be improved.
A new study shows that adolescent drinking problems may predict a person’s dependence on alcohol in early adulthood.