20 More Inmates, Accomplices Charged With Allegedly Illegally Obtaining $300K In Pandemic Unemployment BenefitsTwenty more inmates and accomplices have been charged in connection with the alleged statewide scheme to illegally obtain coronavirus unemployment benefits.
Federal Government Ends Extra $300-A-Week In Unemployment BenefitsAlmost as soon as it began in Pennsylvania, the federal government is ending the $300-a-week in extra unemployment benefits.
Eligible Pennsylvanians To Start Receiving Extra $300-A-Week Jobless Pay By Mid-SeptemberThe state is ahead of schedule to start giving eligible unemployed Pennsylvanians an extra $300 in benefits.
Pa. Labor Secretary Says Unemployed Workers Will Have To Wait 3-4 Weeks For ChecksAccording to Pennsylvania's Labor Secretary, the computer system the state uses to distribute unemployment checks will be operational at the end of the month.
Global Internet Outages Made Unemployment Compensation Websites Inaccessible For Hours, Intermittent Issues Still Expected After Systems RestoredIf you were having issues accessing Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation websites Sunday morning, you were not alone.
West Virginia To Pay Unemployed Workers An Additional $400 Weekly BenefitWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says the federal government approved West Virginia’s application for funding to provide additional unemployment benefits to residents.
Wolf Administration: State Opting Into President Trump's $300-A-Week Jobless PayPennsylvania will ask the federal government for a new round of $300 in weekly unemployment benefits under a presidential order tapping into disaster relief aid, Gov. Tom Wolf’s labor and industry secretary said Tuesday.
Gov. Wolf Urges Congress To Pass $600 Weekly Unemployment Aid, Calls Pres. Trump's Executive Order 'Convoluted'Governor Tom Wolf wrote a letter to Congress yesterday, requesting that legislators extend the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) program.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Meet To Solve Problems With Unemployment BenefitsLawmakers in Pennsylvania met to solve the state's problem with unemployment benefits.
Senator Bob Casey Says Extending $600 Unemployment Benefit Is 'The Right Thing To Do'Out of work and headed into debt, U.S. Senator Bob Casey says Pennsylvanians are hurting.
As Extra $600 In Unemployment Benefits Ends, Some In Pennsylvania Lose LifelineNew claims for unemployment are still being filed across the Commonwealth as the extra $600 in benefits ends.
Beaver Co. Woman Receives 15 Unemployment Benefit Letters Addressed To Other PeopleIn the last three weeks a Beaver County woman has received 15 letters from the state treasury department with unemployment benefits.
State Unemployment Benefits To Pennsylvanians Struggling During Coronavirus Pandemic Still Available After Federal Benefits EndPennsylvanians struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic still have an option to receive unemployment benefits.
About 90,000 People Still Waiting For Answers As Pennsylvania's Unresolved Unemployment Claims Drop To 8 PercentPennsylvania's unresolved unemployment claims have dropped to eight percent, but 90,000 people are still waiting for answers.
Federal Agents Investigating Whether Allegheny Co. Jail Inmates Awaiting Trial Are Collecting Coronavirus Unemployment BenefitsFederal agents are investigating whether inmates at the Allegheny County Jail are receiving thousands of dollars in pandemic unemployment assistance while awaiting trial.