Hobart High School students watch as district officials and Hobart police team up to present Every 15 Minutes, a reminder to teens before prom not to drink and drive.
Hobart High School students participate in a mock car accident as part of Every 15 Minutes, a national program to encourage safe practices.
Hobart High School students participate in a mock car accident for Every 15 Minutes, a national program to remind teens before prom not to drink and drive.
Hobart High School students participate in a mock car accident as school officials and Hobart police team up together to present Every 15 Minutes, a reminder to teens before prom not to drink and drive.
A report from Ball State University found more than a third of Indiana adults who drink admit to binge drinking regularly.
Nicole Wernes talks about alcohol awareness in front of Clark High School students. Wernes was in a car accident in 1995 when she attended Crown Point High School. Her friend died in that accident following a party where they had been drinking.
Nicole Wernes talks to Clark High School students about the car accident she was in when she was in high school.
Nicole Wernes talks to Clark High School students about making bad decisions before the Hammond school's homecoming celebration. Her friend died in a car accident in which Wernes was driving following a party where they had been drinking.
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INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation intended to ensure drinkers get medical attention when they drink too much was approved 95-0 by the Republican-controlled Indiana House Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD | Officials from across Illinois will gather Wednesday in Normal as part of an ongoing effort to reduce illegal alcohol use in college and university towns.
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HAMMOND | The addition of downtown Hammond to the National Register of Historic Places will exempt the area from a state law preventing new bars within 200 feet of schools and churches.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers who look more than 40 years old will no longer be required by state law to produce identification before purchasing alcohol.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers more than 40 years old may no longer have to show proof of age to purchase alcohol.
This 1961 file photo shows actress Elizabeth Taylor in the film "Butterfield 8" in 1961.
INDIANAPOLIS | It would become more difficult for police officers to arrest Hoosiers for public intoxication under two measures approved Tuesday by an Indiana Senate committee.
Drinking and driving will kill you. I can go on and on with reasons not to drink and drive. Some people think it's cool, but it's not. Drinking and driving can hurt you and the people around you.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals will not take any time off the prison sentence of a Lake Station man who killed an East Chicago father of six in a drunken driving crash in Hammond.
Nancy McGee, special agent with the Missouri Division of Tobacco and Alcohol, talks Tuesday about underage drinking and the possibility of increased third party transactions after a new Indiana law takes effect Thursday during a training session by the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Dr…
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