Federal Workers Who Got Unemployment During Shutdown Must Pay It BackFederal workers who received state unemployment benefits during the federal government shutdown, but who later received back pay, must repay the state of Illinois soon.
Inmates Improperly Collected Unemployment While In JailPeople in Illinois jails and prisons are not supposed to get unemployment benefits, but some of them are.
Lawsuit: Laid Off CPS Teacher Can't Get His Unemployment BenefitsA laid off Chicago Public Schools teacher is taking his former employer to court.
Preckwinkle Slams Stroger's Application For UnemploymentCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said Tuesday that it’s inappropriate for her predecessor, Todd Stroger, to seek unemployment benefits after losing his re-election bid last year.
Todd Stroger Applies For Unemployment BenefitsFormer Cook County Board President Todd Stroger has applied for unemployment benefits, but new Board President Toni Preckwinkle’s administration has protested the claim.
Unemployment Jumps As Benefits Set To Expire For SomeUnemployment jumped unexpectedly in November, hitting 9.8 percent nationwide. It came as some families learned their unemployment benefits are about to run out.
State Jobless Agency Accusing Innocent People Of FraudThe 2 Investigators found that the system used to catch crooks trying to scam the state's unemployment system can also snare innocent beneficiaries.

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