Amanda Seitz, 23ABC News

Amanda Seitz

23ABC News

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Amanda:

Facebook to warn users who ‘liked’ coronavirus hoaxes

Facebook will soon let you know if you shared or interacted with dangerous coronavirus misinformation on the site, the latest in a string of aggressive efforts the social media giant is taking to contain an outbreak of viral falsehoods. → Read More

Coronavirus relief checks won’t have to be repaid, feds say

Videos and online reports claiming that millions of Americans will have to repay the relief checks they receive from the federal government under the $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic recovery bill are not true. → Read More

Online political ads: cheap, efficient and ripe for misuse

Online political ads are still vulnerable to manipulation in this year's U.S. election → Read More

Epstein suicide sparks fresh round of conspiracy theories

Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide Saturday morning in a federal jail launched new conspiracy theories online in a saga that has provided fodder for them for years → Read More

Former Cincinnati mayor says he 'warned' The Banks committee about secret meetings

Joint Banks Steering Committee members will not say how many times they have met in secret. → Read More

FC Cincinnati, West End group go hours past hopeful deadline in negotiating agreement

FC Cincinnati and an ad-hoc group of West End residents blew past a hopeful 1 p.m. deadline to reach a deal for a community benefits agreement. → Read More

Bengals, Hamilton County agree to delay $2.67 million payment for stadium until 2019

Hamilton County will have one more year to come up with the money needed to make a $2.67 million payment to the Cincinnati Bengals’ for game day operating costs. → Read More

Joint Banks Steering Committee recommends Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra build concert venue

The Joint Banks Steering Committee voted to award the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra a bid to build a $19.25 million concert venue on Cincinnati's riverfront. → Read More

Will Cincinnati music fans get an outdoor concert venue at The Banks? Maybe not

The debate over who will build a concert venue at The Banks is intensifying as the project’s biggest investor and the city’s mayor are calling for a venue that hosts both outdoor and indoor concerts. → Read More

Cincinnati City Council members vote to send more money to troubled 911 center

Cincinnati City Council members voted Tuesday to send hundreds of thousands of dollars to the city's long-troubled 911 center, though some questioned if that extra money would get to the root of problems there. → Read More

Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black details ethical concerns about Mayor John Cranley

Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black said Wednesday he has "concerns" with Mayor John Cranley. → Read More

City council approves FC Cincinnati stadium infrastructure funding

FC Cincinnati signed a contract with West End stakeholders Monday afternoon, promising to bring affordable housing with the long-sought stadium. → Read More

Hamilton County Commission President Todd Portune battling cancer

There are no breaks for Hamilton County Commission President Todd Portune. → Read More

Mayor calls City Council vote on FC Cincinnati soccer stadium for Monday

City Council is apparently joining the rush to approve an FC Cincinnati stadium in the West End and clear the way for Major League Soccer to award the Queen City an expansion franchise as early as next week. → Read More

Will public own FC Cincinnati stadium? City Council releases new details on deal

Under the city's plan, the Port Authority could own FC Cincinnati's West End stadium. That's left some wondering what it means for Hamilton County taxpayers, who already own two stadiums. → Read More

FC Cincinnati gets OK to build West End stadium on Cincinnati Public Schools land

The Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education voted on a land swap with FC Cincinnati Tuesday evening. → Read More

Here are key dates to watch for FC Cincinnati's West End stadium deal

Here’s a look at what and when major votes for the West End stadium site will take place in the coming weeks. → Read More

Lawsuit: Five Cincinnati City Council members held illegal, secret meetings over Harry Black

Did five members of Cincinnati City Council violate the state’s public meeting laws when they exchanged emails, texts and phone calls about City Manager Harry Black's job status? → Read More

WATCH: FC Cincinnati gains crucial councilman's vote on West End soccer stadium

FC Cincinnati appears to have the votes needed to build a stadium in the West End, ending the soccer club’s monthslong battle to construct in the neighborhood. → Read More

Cranley says he wants Black out as city manager because of 'enraged' late night calls

Mayor John Cranley said his efforts to oust City Manager Harry Black are related to Black's "long standing practice of calling myself and other city leaders enraged at night." → Read More