Hoosiers lined up at liquor stores across the state for the first Sunday in state history of legalized carryout alcohol sales.
This Sunday marks the first time in the state’s history that Sunday sales are legal at grocery and liquor stores.
While decades of debate over legalizing Sunday alcohol sales ended with the stroke of a pen this week, another fight is still brewing.
A new national analysis finds Indiana's rates are slightly higher than the national increase.
A bill legalizing Sunday carryout alcohol sales in Indiana is on its way to the governor and could take effect soon.
Carryout Sunday alcohol sales are close to becoming a reality in Indiana after the House endorsed legislation previously approved by the Senate.
The Monroe County Alcohol Board is delaying a hearing that will determine whether Kilroy’s on Kirkwood can continue to sell alcohol.
Funding to help schools in central Indiana develop substance abuse prevention programs is available.
The chairman of an Indiana Senate committee that handles alcohol matters has scheduled a hearing for a bill to allow retail Sunday booze sales.
Indiana’s alcohol excise tax hasn’t changed in 36 years. And the state’s Alcohol Code Revision Commission thinks it should, recommending a 25 percent increase.