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Accounting and Auditing

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  • Police: Missouri auditor had talked of suicide, left no note

    Former Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich had talked for years of taking his life — and had become increasingly agitated over politics — but left no suicide note when he fatally shot himself, investigators said Tuesday. Police in the St. Louis...
  • Police report: late Auditor Schweich felt abandoned by GOP

    Police reports obtained by The Associated Press show former Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich felt abandoned by Republican allies before fatally shooting himself. Schweich died Feb. 26 after shooting himself in his Clayton home. Minutes before, Schweich told...
  • Amid conflicting reports, L.A. County board orders audit of probation agency

    Amid conflicting reports, L.A. County board orders audit of probation agency
    Los Angeles County supervisors ordered a far-ranging audit of the county probation department Tuesday, amid debate over how much progress the department has made in improving conditions in its juvenile lockups. A federal monitoring team recently ended...
  • Suicides rattle Missouri GOP, provoke criticism of campaign tactics

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The suicides of a candidate for governor and his spokesman in Missouri have thrown the state's Republican Party into disarray, with accusations of dirty campaigning and smear tactics. While the suicides remain under investigation, they...
  • L.A. County paid millions to troubled foster care agency despite warnings

    Los Angeles County officials paid a foster care nonprofit millions of dollars in taxpayer money even though government investigators repeatedly warned of problems with the organization, including allegations of financial misconduct and child abuse....
  • Police to release details into auditor death investigation

    Police in the St. Louis suburb of Clayton are expected to release details of their investigation into the death of Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich. A Tuesday afternoon news conference is planned. Schweich shot himself Feb. 26 at his home in Clayton. His...
  • Medicaid audit finds Missouri owes $34 million

    A new audit recommends that Missouri refund more than $34 million to the federal government because the state did not comply with Medicaid regulations. For at least three years, the state failed to bill drug manufacturers for rebates the companies owed...
  • Detailed NC Medicaid financial audit looks at big picture

    The first detailed financial audit of North Carolina's Medicaid program in two decades shows some improvement in its fiscal picture, but revenues are still trying to catch up with pending liabilities, particularly on payments to medical providers....
  • Audit finds problems in pipe oversight after deadly blast

    Five years after a deadly natural-gas explosion in suburban San Francisco, California's oversight of utilities' gas pipelines still suffers from a lack of focus on safety by top state regulators, a new audit says. The audit finds widespread breakdowns in...
  • W.Va. juvenile center that used $3.5M to be parks storage

    State officials say an abandoned juvenile justice project that ate up $3.5 million in unfinished renovations will now become storage for West Virginia parks. At a legislative audit committee meeting Monday, Division of Natural Resources official Emily...
  • Auditor's group to review Cleveland schools' rebate case

    A task force with the Ohio auditor's office is reviewing Cleveland schools' failure to claim millions of dollars in federal rebates for technology upgrades. A special audit task force with Ohio Auditor Dave Yost's office will review the case this week...