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KPCC business reporter David Wagner would like to connect with Southern Californians on how the federal tax overhaul will change what they personally pay to the IRS.
If you are among those who try starting the new year with some kind of new behavior, tell us all about it. How successful are you?
Minnesota Democrat Al Franken, facing fresh allegations of sexual misconduct and vanishing support from fellow Democrats, announced today that he will resign from the Senate. MPR News wants to hear your reaction is to his decision.
Who do you owe an apology to? What are you sorry for? How do you hope saying you’re sorry will change the relationship or situation?
This year Ballet West's annual traditional holiday show has received a $3 million makeover in sets, props and costumes, designed to add visual whimsy and a storybook feel to Willam Christensen's beloved choreography of the first-in-the-nation story-length "Nutcracker."
Think back: How did you mark New Year's Eve 1967? What were you looking forward to in 1968? What were you ready to "say goodbye" to about 1967?
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No Place Like LA: David and the weirdos of Long Beach December 11, 2017
No Place Like L.A. is our new series that asks L.A. transplants and immigrants: "When was the moment you felt that Los Angeles was truly home?"
The power of prayer: Among the St. Louis faithful, many say they’d be lost without it November 23, 2017
Several PIN sources explain why prayer remains important to them at a time when the number of U.S. adults who do not identify with any organized religion is growing?
Strange but true — there are fans who cheer for BYU and Utah September 8, 2017
PIN helped us successfully find and contact a surprising number of people who are fans of both teams in the state's vicious rivalry between BYU and Utah.
Harvey's wrath extends all the way to Minnesota August 31, 2017
We sent a query out to a wide Minnesota audience asking how Hurricane Harvey has affected them and their loved ones. In response we heard from a Minnesotan woman who was stuck there after traveling to Texas on vacation and a woman who was waiting for her son in Texas to come visit Minnesota for the State Fair - a family tradition. Reporter Mark Steil was able to get in contact with both of these families and included their stories in the feature.