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Daily Court Reporter - News Ohio Auditor’s survey finds many local governments unaware of anti-fraud services offered by banks

 

Ohio Auditor’s survey finds many local governments unaware of anti-fraud services offered by banks

Nearly half of Ohio’s local governments surveyed recently said they are unfamiliar with fraud prevention services designed to safeguard their bank accounts against fraud.

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Date Published: October 19, 2016

 

Ohio Auditor of State

 

Football runs past Morehead State, 63-20

On a chilly Saturday afternoon at Welcome Stadium, the Dayton Flyers' offense came out on fire and took control of the game well before halftime.

Public Health provides bikeway signs with the goal of increasing physical activity

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County’s Creating Healthy Communities (CHC) program has provided bikeway signs in Old North Dayton to direct residents to the Great Miami Recreation Trail, Mad River Recreation Tail, Stuart Patterson Park, and other Old North Dayton destinations. The goal of the project is to increase the number of Old North Dayton residents who have access to places for physical activity.

WSU men’s basketball slips at Murray State

The Wright State men's basketball team went on the road Saturday, November 10, for their first game away from the Nutter Center and fell at Murray State 73-54. WSU is now 1-1 while the Racers are 1-0.

Clerk outsmarts phony owner of Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Comp rebate check

An Akron sex offender added forgery to his criminal record last month after a clerk at a Check Smart thwarted his attempt to cash a $5,500 rebate check from the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) that belonged to a church-owned day care center.

Proposal would make it legal to post a photo of your ballot

A pair of Republican lawmakers are making an attempt - albeit late in the legislative session - to extend free speech right up to the nearest voting machine.

Newton Falls woman indicted for stealing $377,000 from healthcare plans she administered and using the money to pay personal and business expenses

A 26-count indictment was filed today accusing a Newton Falls resident of stealing more than $375,000 from healthcare plans she administered and using the money to pay for personal and business expenses, said Justin E. Herdman, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.

PUCO encourages safe driving around motor carriers during the holidays

During the winter holiday season, Ohio’s world-class transportation system will be heavily relied upon as travelers visit family and friends. Ohio ranks fifth as one of the most highly traveled states in the country, even as some areas receive up to 68 inches of snow annually.

Akron man sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison after ordering 500 grams of a fentanyl analogue from China

An Akron man was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison after ordering 500 grams of a fentanyl analogue from China.

Fallout: Criminal justice; trauma and recidivism

Fight, flight, or freeze.

Veterans: GI Bill & 529 plans cover college costs

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

OSU study: Drug shows promise in treatment of vet illness

An experimental drug is showing some promise in stopping mood abnormalities and cognitive disorders similar to those seen in people with Gulf War illness, according to the results of an Ohio State University-led animal study.

Family arrested for eight 2016 Pike County murders

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader, and Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk announced recently that a husband, wife, and their two adult sons have been arrested for the murders of eight people in rural Pike County.

Seven people from Northeast Ohio indicted on federal firearms charges

Seven people have been indicted on federal firearms charges.

Balancing 2 (or more) generations under one roof

Tips for seniors who opt to live with family

Former charity CEO pleads guilty to multi-million-dollar political corruption scheme

The former CEO of a charity headquartered in Springfield, Missouri has pleaded guilty to her role in a multi-million-dollar political corruption scheme that involved bribes and campaign contributions for elected public officials in Missouri and Arkansas, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison of the Western District of Missouri.

All corners of U.S. represented at domestic violence familiarity training

Representatives from Guam all the way to Puerto Rico traveled to the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center to talk about the numerous elements of domestic violence that surface and how they can enhance the process in their court systems, especially for victims.

Foregoing workers’ comp coverage costs Ohio businesses

The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) secured court convictions recentlyagainst three Ohio business owners — including a Cleveland-area man for the second time since 2016 — who failed to protect their workers with proper BWC coverage.

How to grow your 529 plan as your child grows: College

Along with our age-based investment options, Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, offers age-based savings strategies for parents who want to select their own 529 investment options. No matter how old your child is, Ohio’s 529 Plan has guidance on what to do at this current stage of their life. It’s never too early and never too late to save for their higher education. In this fifth article of a six-part series, Ohio’s 529 Plan shares recommendations on what steps to take to keeping building your 529 college savings account as your child heads off for their higher education.

Federal suit: University threatens Christian professor to act contrary to conscience

A group that advocates on behalf of individuals who wish to freely live out their faith has taken up the cause of a Shawnee State University philosophy professor who faces "corrective actions" by his employer over a transgender student's complaint.

Northern Ohio gasoline distributor’s tax refund claim rejected

The Ohio Supreme Court rejected a Sunoco gasoline middleman’s argument that the company was entitled to a $417,000 commercial activities tax (CAT) refund. The Court found the company is not exempt from paying state tax on the more than 11 billion gallons of fuel it sold to northern Ohio retail stations annually.