State Agencies Say Labor Shortages Are Impacting Processing Times For Unemployment ClaimsThousands of Marylanders are still waiting for unemployment checks and the company assisting the state is working overtime to make it happen. But, the labor shortage is taking its toll on these state agencies.
Changes In Unemployment System Leaves Marylanders Frustrated While Attempting To Submit Weekly Claims On SundayAn unexpected change in Maryland's unemployment system on Sunday left many Marylanders frustrated while trying to submit their weekly claims.
Unemployed Workers Blasts Gov. Hogan's Decision To End Additional Federal BenefitsThe Unemployed Workers Union is blasting Governor Larry Hogan’s recent decision planning to stop the additional 300 dollars in federal benefits, leaving tens of thousands of Marylanders with less cash in their pockets.
More Than 44.3K Filed For Unemployment Last Week In MarylandMore than 44,330 unemployment claims were filed last week in Maryland.
Baltimore Police Among Forces Paying Out More Money To Handle Misconduct ClaimsThe amount of money the nation's largest police departments are paying to handle misconduct claims is surging.
VA Adds Staff To Accelerate Md. Claims Processing The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says it's adding staff and installing new managers at its Baltimore regional office to reduce a large backlog of claims from Maryland veterans.
Maryland's U.S. Senators Seek VA Action On Claims LogjamMaryland's U.S. senators are demanding immediate action by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to improve claims processing in Baltimore.
Metro Paid $1.6M On 84 Claims From 2009 CrashMetro says it has paid $1.6 million to settle 84 claims stemming from the 2009 crash on its red line.
Metro Legal Costs Jump Due To 2009 CrashMetro has paid out $173 million for legal claims in the past five years, and last year alone the payments jumped 54 percent as the agency started to settle lawsuits stemming from the deadly 2009 Fort Totten crash, records show.
Lawsuit Claims Md. Evangelical Church Hid Abuse ClaimsThree female plaintiffs claim in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that an evangelical church group covered up allegations of sexual abuse against children, failed to report accusations of misconduct to the police and discouraged its members from cooperating with law enforcement.