Nick Dine must attend weekly AA meetings and abstain from drinking or else he could face termination.
The Greenwood Police Merit Commission placed Dine on a zero-tolerance policy, giving the chief the power to randomly test him for alcohol.
Under the ruling, Dine must also undergo anger management classes and take a fitness for duty evaluation on his own dollar.
The federal government says nearly 3,500 Indiana residents chose a health insurance plan through the federally run online exchange during its first two months of operation.
A cooling system at a women's shelter near Community Hospital was stripped of copper early Tuesday morning.
Walking into Ed Krzemienski's westside, ranch-style home, the sight of the toys, the electric train set and the foosball table leads you to two conclusions: Like a lot of guys, he has young kids, plus a well-honed sense of competition.