Cupich Visits Storm Victims In Puerto Rico, Delivers $40,000 In DonationsThe cardinal was meeting with storm victims on behalf of Pope Francis, who asked Cupich to visit the island.
Cardinal Cupich To Visit Puerto Rico Per Pope Francis' RequestCardinal Cupich says he is bringing spiritual, and financial, support to the people of Puerto Rico.
Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich To Visit Puerto Rico Per Pope Francis' RequestThe Archdiocese of Chicago confirms Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich will visit hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico next week on behalf of Pope Francis.
Thousands Converge On D.C. For Puerto Rico Unity MarchThe Unity March coincided with "Discovery of Puerto Rico Day," a national holiday that marks the day Columbus discovered the island.
Chicagoans Still Helping Hurricane VictimsTwo months after Hurricane Maria left catastrophic damage to Puerto Rico, a charity drive is being held on the northwest side.
Chicago Red Cross CEO Going To Puerto Rico To Monitor Relief EffortsSelena Roldan, CEO of the Red Cross for Chicago and Northern Illinois, said the situation remains desperate in Puerto Rico, especially outside of San Juan.
Chicago Center Welcomes Hurricane Maria EvacueesThousands of families are still in flux some seven weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Says Puerto Rico Relief His 'New Full-Time Gig'"This is family, this is our friends, this is who we are, this is where we’re from, so this is the gig for the foreseeable future," Miranda said of hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
Elementary Students Collect Emergency Supplies To Send To Puerto Ricot’s been more than a month since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, but the island and its people are still on the minds of young people at a school in Mt. Prospect.
Inspired By Family, Chicago Artists Launch Auction To Aid Puerto RicoA local nonprofit, Arte al Rescate is holding an art auction to raise funds for Puerto Rico on Oct. 27.
Gutierrez Returns From Puerto Rico, Slams Relief Response From U.S.Congressman Luis Gutierrez called the situation disgraceful, inhumane and demanded more action from the U.S. government.
Chicago Center To Welcome Hurricane Maria EvacueesThe Humboldt Park Field House is preparing to welcome many Puerto Ricans who are desperate to leave the island.
U.S. Postal Service Urging Employees To Volunteer To Work In Puerto RicoTo try and get delivery back to normal in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Postal Service has asked employees across the country to volunteer for 30-day stints on the island.
Junior Chef's Homemade Empanadas Raising Money For Hurricane VictimsA 12-year-old boy from the South Side is putting his passion for baking into an effort to raise money for victims of Hurricane Maria.
Gutierrez Returning To Puerto Rico To Send Hurricane Relief Supplies To Isolated Mountain TownsCongressman Luis Gutierrez was on his way back to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, on his second relief trip after Hurricane Maria.