Head injuries and the harm they cause to young football players. It’s a growing problem and now, a Maryland company has designed a new product to help prevent concussions on the field.
The company Brain Sentry has developed a sensor that goes on the back of a football helmet to monitor players’ movements during games.
Watch our video to hear firsthand how it works -- and where you could see it next.
This Afternoon: Sct. T'Storms with heavy rain
Scattered thunderstorms again Saturday.
Woman arrested in Morgan Co. murder
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Pence wants campaign events open to all media
Gov. Mike Pence says the Republican presidential campaign might lift its ban of certain media outlets from campaign events.
Pence: Off the campaign trail and onto a Harley
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Mega Millions jackpot winners from Indianapolis
A spokeswoman says a central Indiana couple won the $536 million Mega Millions jackpot drawn this month, but they've chosen to remain anonymous.