Chicago Members Of Congress Seek Answers About Bolivian Election That Triggered Deadly ProtestsFour members of Congress, three of them from Chicago, issued a letter Monday calling for clarity about an election in Bolivia last month that has brought unrest to the South American country.
Oak Lawn Students Raising Money To Finish Building Hospital In Bolivia; 'It Goes All Back To Helping The Other Man'Six students at Oak Lawn Community High School have raised nearly $20,000 to help finish building a hospital in a struggling corner of Bolivia.
Stranded Dolphins Rescued With The Help of Shedd Aquarium Vets: See The PhotosA pod of stranded dolphins in Bolivia were rescued, in part, by veterinarians from Chicago's Shedd Aquarium who recently traveled to South America to help with a dolphin-rescue mission.
She May Be The World's Oldest Person At 117, If She Cares To Claim ItJulia Flores Colque still sings with joy in her indigenous Quechua tongue and strums the five strings of a tiny Andean guitar known as the charango, despite a recorded age of almost 118 years.
Aurora Family Has Been Waiting Years To Adopt Bolivian ChildThe Wieseman family from west suburban Aurora is still trying to bring 5-year-old Cecilia home. As CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, time is of the essence.
Convicted Pedophile Priest Deported To BoliviaIn 2004, Alejandro Flores, a priest in the Diocese of Joliet, befriended a then-7-year-old boy while a seminarian at St. Mary’s Church in West Chicago, and had repeated sexual contact with him over a five-year period.
Survivors Group Opposes Deportation Of Priest Who Abused 8-Year-OldA 40-year-old priest who served time in an Illinois prison for abusing an 8-year-old boy is set to be deported to his native Bolivia - but the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests is opposing deportation.