How 1 man and his getaway driver pulled off 15 bank robberies in 5 states -- 6 in Michigan
Officials broke down, in detail, how they say one man used napkin notes, one-minute in-and-outs, and a getaway driver to pull off 15 different bank robberies across five states, including at six branches in Michigan.
Update to closings, cancellations and special hours
The following is an update to closings, cancellations and special hours that have been announced previously in The Monroe News. The following is an update to closings, cancellations and special hours that have been announced previously in The Monroe News. The following cancellations, closings and special arrangements are among those reported to The Monroe News in recent days. Identification is required for an in- person appointment.Substance Abuse Coalition: The next monthly meeting of the Monroe County Substance Abuse Coalition April 3 has been canceled. You can find more news and announcements for Monroe County readers at our coronavirus special section.monroenews.com
Even the most financially savvy savers are getting this wrong
Peter GriffithYou might have the know-how to strengthen your finances, yet odds are you're still making bad decisions with your money. Three out of 4 people consider themselves to be financially savvy, although more than half have admitted to making poor money choices in the past year, according to a survey from KeyBank. "It's one thing to know you're financially savvy, but another to implement it on a day-to-day and month-to-month basis," said Chenna Cotla, behavioral economist in KeyBank's financial wellness strategy group. Indeed, a quarter of participants admitted to making impulse purchases in the last 12 months, while a third failed to save for an emergency. "Knowing you're financially savvy isn't enough to get everything right," said Cotla.cnbc.com
KeyCorp shares fall after the bank uncovers $90 million fraud by payrolls processor
Shares of KeyCorp fell Tuesday after the regional bank disclosed fraudulent activity that could cost the company up to $90 million. Cleveland-based KeyCorp said in an 8-K filing the fraud involves a "business customer" and was discovered "on or about" July 9. On July 9, KeyBank National Association a subsidiary of KeyCorp filed a lawsuit against Interlogic claiming the payments processor "fraudulently initiated wire transfers." KeyCorp shares fell 1.2%. KeyCorp shares were up 19% this year through Monday's close.cnbc.com