INDIANAPOLIS — Here are Allison Gormly's "What's the Deal" consumer headlines.
Neiman Marcus reports data hack
A high-end department store has informed customers their credit card and personal information may have been accessed in a data hack.
Neiman Marcus said it notified more than four million online shoppers.
The breach happened in May 2020, according to the company.
First Responder Day discounts at Lowe's
First responders may want to wait on that next home improvement project until next month.
Lowe's is offering a special discount Oct. 22-24 ahead of National First Responders Day.
Firefighters, paramedics, police officers, nurses, and doctors can get 10 percent off.
You need to sign up in advance on Lowe's website.
National First Responders Day is Thursday, Oct. 28.
Return of McRib
The McRib is coming back.
McDonald's made the announcement Thursday with this tweet that says "I think its time to bring the McRib back 11-1".
The McRib will be available at participating restaurants for a limited time.
What other people are reading:
- 35K Hoosiers have gotten 3rd dose of Pfizer vaccine, according to Indiana health officials
- Dollar Tree breaks the $1 barrier as costs take a bite
- Texas Roadhouse warns there's a fake meal deal going around, stealing personal info
- Van hauling 400 pounds of marijuana pulled over in Henry County, 2 arrested