Supporters of the change say it would allow convenience store owners to adapt to a changing market.
The two-year study committee is tasked with finding ways to modernize Indiana’s complex rules for the sale of beer, wine and liquor.
Indiana convenience stores want Hoosiers to hear directly from them on the need for changes to the state’s alcohol laws.
A battle is brewing at the Statehouse as lawmakers try to keep legislation alive that addresses a loophole used by Ricker's convenience store to sell cold beer.
Ricker’s can keep its two permits, but when those permits are up for renewal at year’s end, the rules will be different.
A 2014 study ranked Indianapolis worst in the nation for the percentage of people who have easy access to food.
Oil prices have dropped below $50 per barrel, but gas in Central Indiana has risen to above $2 per gallon.
The Indiana stores are continuing their fight against a law that only allows liquor stores to sell cold beer.
A federal judge in Indianapolis has thrown out a lawsuit challenging the state's laws that limit cold beer sales to liquor stores.
The number of injuries resulting from violent acts at convenience stores has more than doubled in the last two years