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(wibc.com file photo) Some Starbucks customers say their credit or bank card accounts have been hacked through the Starbucks app, but it may not be Starbucks' fault. "What it looks like is that someone has figured out that people use the same usernames and passwords for all...
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana is among a coalition of housing groups accusing Fannie Mae of racial discrimination nationwide. FHCCI Executive Director Amy Nelson says they've cited 78 local foreclosed properties in black and Latino communities that they say Fannie...
Gov. Mike Pence (right) with Chinese vice minister of commerce Zhong Shan in Beijing. (WIBC.com photo: Office of Gov. Mike Pence) Governor Pence says a weeklong trade mission to China should bring long-term benefits to both Indiana and the Chinese people. Pence is in Hangzhou...
One Indiana doctor is warning parents who use e-cigarettes to be mindful of the nicotine refills around young children or toddlers. Doctor Joseph O'Neil with Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health said the Poison Control Center has seen a three-fold increase of children...
A rural Indiana town is taking advantage of a new state law- it helped create. Large cities like Indianapolis already had the option to lower speed limits in school zones where they deemed appropriate for the safety of children. This new law gives smaller municipalities the same...
A cause of death has not been identified for a man that died in law enforcement custody in Johnson County on Monday. Indiana State Police say that the results of an autopsy on Tuesday were inconclusive, but that there were no signs of trauma on the body of 19 year old Kyler...
Indianapolis Public Schools will soon have more people trying different methods to boost student achievement. The Mind Trust, IPS and Mayor Greg Ballard's office awarded three more Innovation School Fellowships to people with non-traditional ideas of how to turn around schools...
A new survey shows that employer health insurance plans vary widely among job fields. The United Benefit Advisors Health Plan Survey says employees in the construction, retail and hospitality sectors tend to be less expensive to cover than those in the education and the non-...
The Indianapolis Department of Public Safety and Gleaners Food Bank are teaming up for a one-two punch against hunger and crime. Public Safety Director Troy Riggs says hunger and lack of food in some of the city's neediest zip codes can be linked to crime. That's why the city...