Commuters are grumbling about additional tolls that went into effect Saturday on state roads 836 and 112, the Dolphin and Airport expressways. We asked drivers how their commutes are affected by the change.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
Colorado Public Radio’s morning talk program “Colorado Matters” produced a show on housing affordability in the city of Denver.CPR spoke with residents dealing with this issue. Reporter Rachel Estabrook spoke with PIN sources about housing affordability.
Stories flowed through PIN – some good, and some bad. We had more than 20 responses to this query, and of those, many offered details about their personal situation that really illustrated the effect of the massive Affordable Care Act. These were authe…
Florida’s average middle class worker isn’t getting paid any more money than workers 10 years ago. The average Floridian’s annual pay remains below the national average. And the average annual pay in the four South Florida counties remains below the st…
in a report about the upcoming open enrollment period for individual health insurance, a PIN source shares what it’s like to make a difficult choice: to buy, or not to buy.
We asked members to share why they didn’t vote in this year’s midterm election, as voter tunrout was lower than anticipated. We featured Darshaun’s thoughts from West Palm Beach.
Voters across Arizona shared their frustrations with political advertisements that appeared during the campaign season. Advertising spending was at an all-time-high this fall. Cronkite News reporter Laurie Liles shares the voices of some fed-up Arizona…
Voters across Arizona voiced their perspectives on election issues that mattered most to them through a Cronkite News Public Insight Network query. PIN Bureau staff read their responses on air during live election coverage.
We put out a query on election day about the voter experience.
When St. Louis Public Radio asked, through our Public Insight Network, why this election mattered, responses left no doubt that for these voters, the democratic process is alive and well. Even though some said they were disappointed with their choices, they still stressed that voting is important — a right and a duty.