The Indiana Court of Appeals says the Bureau of Motor Vehicles drivers license expungements are not to include drunk-driving convictions.
The bill has been assigned to the Roads and Transportation Committee. The proposal will get its first hearing on Wednesday.
The Highway Traffic Safety Administration held a Twitter live chat to raise awareness about the dangers of driving after drinking too much.
Jim Irsay cannot attend NFL games until October 9 because after he pleaded guilty to impaired driving.
Monroe County Prosecutor Chris Gaal says 50 area restaurants will participate in the program to reduce drunk driving on New Year's Eve.
David Bisard was convicted of reckless homicide, criminal recklessness and drunk driving causing death in a fatal crash in August 2010.
An Indianapolis defense lawyer says the number of DUIs has increased since the state lowered its legal blood alcohol level from .10 to .08 percent.
Lawmakers say they are not likely to push legislation requiring first-time DUI offenders to use an ignition interlock device.