Fifth Third Bancorp Feds Sue Ohio Bank Over Bogus Accounts By Associated Press • Mar 10, 2020 The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has filed a lawsuit against Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank, alleging employees opened fake accounts for customers to meet aggressive sales targets. Coroner Says No Drugs Or Alcohol In System Of Cincinnati Bank Building Shooter By Associated Press • Oct 21, 2018 The Hamilton County coroner's office says there were no drugs or alcohol detected in the body of a gunman who killed three people in the Fifth Third Bank building lobby in September. UPDATE: Cincinnati Bank Shooter Identified By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Sep 6, 2018 Cincinnati Police Cincinnati police have identified the slain gunman in a downtown high-rise shooting that left three other people dead and two more wounded. Four Dead In Cincinnati Bank Shooting By Bill Rinehart WVXU • Sep 6, 2018 Four people are dead including a gunman, after a shooting this morning at the Fifth Third bank tower in downtown Cincinnati. Columbus Expected To See Continued Job Growth In 2018 By Mike Foley • Jan 3, 2018 Wednesday’s Columbus Metropolitan Club forum offered a glimpse at how the central Ohio economy may fare in 2018. Cincinnati Bank Settles Claims Of Auto Loan Discrimination By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 29, 2015 Federal authorities say Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp will pay 18 million dollars to settle allegations black and Hispanic borrowers had to pay higher auto loan rates. Fifth Third Told Creditors Some Customers Are Bankrupt By Jim Letizia • Feb 13, 2014 Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp has notified some customers it mistakenly told credit reporting agencies they had filed for bankruptcy. Cincinnati Bank Settles Improper Accounting Charges By Jim Letizia • Dec 5, 2013 Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp is paying 6.5 million dollars to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges of improper accounting during the wall street collapse of 2008.