(CNN) - Behave yourself next time you attend a professional football game, or else. The NFL is cracking down on out-of-control fans.
If you're ejected from a game, you won't be allowed back in until you pass a so-called "code-of-conduct" exam., according to the New York Post.
The exam is the brain-child of a California psychotherapist.
The number of fights and angry exchanges at pro-football games is on the rise in recent years.
The tests are an effort to stem the tide of violent behavior, not fans' passion for the game.
Police say they arrested a semi truck driver Monday afternoon who's blood alcohol content registered .29%.
A youth and nature preserve in northern Indiana that sells Christmas trees as a fundraiser says someone stole 18 trees that sell for $20 each.
The Evansville City Council opposes adding a definition of marriage to the Indiana Constitution.