Indiana's infant mortality rate continues to rise and is linked to substance use disorders.
A commission reviewing Indiana's antiquated booze laws is backing a repeal of a prohibition on retail Sunday alcohol sales.
Two powerful groups whose past disagreements have blocked attempts to legalize carryout Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana say they have reached an agreement.
The committee is facing a December deadline to submit its proposal for potential changes to Sunday sales and cold beer laws.
A new awareness campaign encourages college students to utilize the Indiana Lifeline Law in case of an alcohol related medical emergency.
The commission’s goal is to modernize Indiana's complex rules for beer, wine and liquor sales.
The Indiana Center for Recovery, which opened June 28, is a family-owned and operated center that offers a long-term rehabilitation program.
The Alcohol Code Revision Commission is slated to meet over the next two years to review Indiana's alcohol laws, some of which date to prohibition.
Indiana Senate GOP Leader David Long chose former Senator Beverly Gard to lead the new two-year commission on the state's alcohol laws.
Some are calling for a change in the process, but it’s unclear what that change should be.