Prop 123 is designed to increase education funding by $3.5 billion over the course of 10 years. Cronkite News spoke teachers in PIN to see how they think the funding should be spent.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
Gauged our readers’ feelings about the Pac-12 Network
Metro’s latest Expo extensions make their debut today. The additional 6.6 miles of track took about four years and $1.5 billion dollars to lay.
There are seven new stops, allowing riders to — for the first time since over six decades — ride rails from Downtown LA to Downtown Santa Monica. The new track could mean less time on the road for commuters.
It could also bring some relief to the city’s daters.
That’s right, daters.
As part of a special look at the new Expo extension, and the places to see and do, along the way, we consider how one’s love life might be affected. Several PIN sources shared how their commutes have affected their love lives.
More than 25 St. Louis-area night clubs have policies — spoken or unspoken — that cater to a more mature crowd. PIN sources share their insight on why they prefer places that welcome “grown folks.”
Do you have your TAP card ready to go for the new Expo Line extension? Why rush to the beach when you could get to know the neighborhoods in between. We have suggestions for places stop and check out at all seven new stops, thanks to tips from KPCC new…
Cronkite News reported on how Arizona may be affected by a U.S. Supreme Court decision on two Texas abortion laws. A PIN source, who is a nurse practitioner, shared her perspective on abortion regulations.
When a St. Louis area man asked Curious Louis if there any public organizations locally that promote cultural exchange, PIN sources were quick to respond. Several offered suggestions of how to make cross-cultural connections.
According to the most recent Airline Quality Rating report, airline customer complaints increased by 37 percent in 2015, in part because of the rising fares and fees. Cronkite News spoke with PIN sources in Arizona to see if they think the government s…
Study shows the main concerns graduates have when deciding to stay in the area are availability of jobs in their field, career growth opportunities, and wages and benefits. Several PIN sources shared their perspectives
Hearing from more Utahns about how they feel about the Raiders.