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INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers attending this summer's Indiana State Fair will be permitted to purchase and drink alcohol during evening concerts at …

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HAMMOND — The Hammond Historical Society will host "Hoosiers & Their Hooch: Perspectives on Prohibition," the Indiana Historical Society’s…

INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican-controlled Senate voted 40-10 on party lines Tuesday for legislation that supporters claim protects religious fr…

INDIANAPOLIS | This will not be the year that Indiana repeals its Prohibition-era ban on Sunday retail alcohol sales.

  • Patricia Kincaid

Statewide Prohibition Bill Coming: Indiana Anti-Saloon League is ready to introduce its prohibition bill to the House and Senate today.

INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier lawmakers return to the Statehouse Tuesday for a four-month session primarily focused on enacting the state's two-year,…

It appears the issue of whether to lift Indiana's ban on Sunday alcohol sales will make its way once again to the next session of the General …

INDIANAPOLIS | Cool summer temperatures, the renovated Coliseum and a new beer and wine exhibition helped push attendance at the 2014 Indiana …

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INDIANAPOLIS | Beer and wine return to the Indiana State Fair following a seven-decade absence, and Hoosiers get their first look inside a rev…

Sip by sip, Indiana seems poised to step out of the Dark Ages when it comes to laws governing the sale and consumption of alcohol.

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The convenience store industry, having been thwarted repeatedly in its lobbying efforts, is asking the courts to change state law restricting …

  • MICHELLE LOCKE Associated Press

The concept of happy hour, when bars offer lower prices or two-for-one specials, may seem like an American tradition, but is in fact illegal or restricted in quite a few places.

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  • By Dan Carden dan.carden@nwi.com, (317) 637-9078

INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels decided this year to not run for commander in chief, but as Indiana's reader in chief Daniels has continued …

  • By Archibald McKinlay Times Columnist

The first thing most immigrants to Indiana Harbor learned was that their names were too long.

  • By Archibald McKinlay Times Columnist

On the eve of The Great War, Chicago Heights resembled a scene from a spaghetti western: unpaved streets, horses everywhere (only a few autos)…

  • By Archibald McKinlay Times Columnist

"Chicago Heights is one huge distillery, and there is nothing in the United States to equal it." So said a federal agent during the Prohibition era.