The city of Cincinnati says there's not enough evidence to prove that employees cheated on a promotional examination in March.
A memo released Friday by interim city manager Scott Stiles says they looked into the issue, but are not taking any disciplinary steps.
Read the city's memo in regards of the cheating scandal
FOX19 Investigates first reported the story in August.
The Cincinnati Recreation Commission tried to fill two middle-management positions to oversee the city's recreation centers.
25 internal candidates took a promotion exam, designed to select two finalists.
Days after the test, multiple employees reported to the city's human resources department that they saw cheating during the exam.
Related: FOX19 Investigates: Cheating Scandal hindering Cincinnati Rec Commission promotions
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