Officials say they are considering scrapping plan to stagger tolls, aim for full tolling in fall 2016.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Indiana University officials say they have invested more than $80,000 to protect students and graduates after personal information was hacked.
Information compromised included names, addresses and social security numbers.
Officials say the data was hacked with three applications that are usually used to improve internet searching.
IU officials said the data has been secured and an investigation does not show any evidence that anyone's information has been used.
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