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(photo courtesy Apple) An Indiana business expert says the world is taking a giant step toward becoming a cashless society. UIndy's Dr. Matt Will is speaking out about the new IPhone 6 feature called Apple Pay. The feature allows consumers to simply tap the device to pay for...
Teri Maude (left), widow of Lt. Gen. Timothy Maude, views a slab of limestone from the Pentagon with Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. (WIBC.com photo: Eric Berman) A chunk of Indiana limestone from the Pentagon has been added to Indy's memorial to 9/11, in the annual ceremony...
Deer at Eagle Creek are malnourished according to the City of Indianapolis, and the population has to be thinned out. Scott Manning, with the city's department of public works says because of the lack of vegetation, and the undersized and otherwise peeked looking deer, means...
An Indiana high school is the first in the country to be installed with a "revolutionary " security system to thwart school shootings. The Indiana Sheriff’s Association selected Southwestern High School to be armed with the new technology, which networks the school with local...
A new layer of legislative oversight for Indiana's specialty license plates has resulted in recommendations to stop issuing plates for nine nonprofit groups. A crossfire of lawsuits over specialty-plate denials and complaints that too many plates were being issued prompted a new...
Deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office arrested dozens of sex offenders during a two-day sweep. Officers spent Tuesday and Wednesday looking for those who have failed to register or have outstanding warrants. "Most of them are compliant. There are a few that don't want...
(photo courtesy IFD) Strong storms passed through Central Indiana Wednesday, prompting tornado warnings and flash flood warnings. National Weather Service meterologist Brad Harold says flooding has been reported in some localized areas including the area of Keystone Avenue and...
A new study says that Indiana small manufacturers are spending three times more than the average business to comply with federal regulations. The study, commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers, found that the status quo could be costing Americans more than $2...
State Auditor Suzanne Crouch has announced the Hoosiers can now view Indiana's $13 billion in fixed assets online. That is available available through the Indiana Transparency Portal website. “My office strives to continue giving Hoosiers access to specific information about...