Stricter laws are keeping teenagers from purchasing alcohol themselves, so they are now more likely to get it from someone else instead of from a store.
The expanded Lifeline Law protects underage students who call for medical help.
More than 3,000 Hoosiers may struggle to pay for addiction treatment after a federal grant runs out at the end of the year.
This year will be the first time alcohol is served at the Indiana State Fair in about 70 years.
A group of convenience store owners is suing Indiana, saying its alcohol laws provide liquor stores an unfair advantage.
Indiana convenience store association challenges law limiting cold beer sales to liquor stores.
A bill the Senate passed would allow the State Fair to sell beer, wine and spirits within a specific area on the fairgrounds.
A state senator wants to expand a law giving legal protection to those under 21 who call 911 when alcohol leads to a medical emergency.
Underage drinkers in Indiana can seek medical help for an injured or incapacitated friend without fear of prosecution.
A new study from Indiana University shows that just the taste of beer could be a key component in alcohol abuse.