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Local Sock Company Churning Out Denver Bronco Apparel

Martinsville's FBF Originals has been a NFL licensee since 1996.

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State Democrats File Public Access Complaint Against Pence

The Democratic Party requested all communications related to the timing of the state's HIV outbreak back in August. They say they've received no response.

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Sen. Randy Head Joins Ballot For State Attorney General

The Logansport senator spent 14 years as a deputy prosecutor.

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Eric Holcomb Withdraws Candidacy For U.S. Senate Seat

Holcomb, most recently state chief of staff to outgoing U.S. Senator Dan Coats, entered the race to replace Coats with vital GOP support and connections.

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Seven Oaks Charter Sees Increase In Enrollment

Enrollment is up, even as board members have yet to settle on the school's final location.

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Bloomington Exceeds Red Kettle Goal Despite Overall Shortage

The Monroe County branch had a goal of $234,000 but raised nearly $280,000 by the end of the campaign, the largest amount ever raised by this branch.

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Submit Your Questions For Terre Haute's 'Ask The Mayor'

We're getting ready to visit with Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions now!

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'Super Bowl Fever': How Many People Are Skipping Work Today?

An estimated one in 10 U.S. workers may be missing work today because of the Super Bowl.

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Monday Weather UPDATES: 1 to 3 Inches Of Snow By Wednesday

Cold temperatures and snow return to the weather forecast the next couple of days.

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Headlines: Feb. 8, 2016

Legislators are advancing a bill that would help schools fund busing; access to police body cam footage is debated; and snow on the way.

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