As Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, St. Louis-area PIN sources expressed moods ranging from afraid and alarmed to optimistic and upbeat.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
KPCC asked listeners to share their parting words to President Obama.
St. Louis Public Radio’s PIN sources share their priorities for Missouri’s new governor.
PIN source contributed his experience with end of the year care after his out of pocket limit was hit, resulting in some of the best quotes in the story.
A PIN source shared her insight and experience with concussions in high school athletes as both a player and a coach.
When two public schools in northwest St. Louis release their students for summer break in June, they’ll be closing their doors for good. A PIN source who is part of three generations who attended one of the schools shared what the closings mean to him, and to the neighborhoods they’ve served.
Responses directed us to what questions people still had about the Dakota Access pipeline and protest.We were able to direct readers to previous coverage to answer their questions and fill in any gaps in this hour long show, in-depth web feature.
The 2016 election has exposed just how divided our country has become and how little communication there is between those who support Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
AirTalk brings together 8 people – 4 Trump supporters and 4 Clinton voters – for a town hall to talk about their differences, their hopes, their fears for the next 4 years.
They are all Southern Californians, from different walks of life and with different perspectives. Two come from the Public Insight Network and our extended group of PIN-identified sources.
Marijuana was legalized in California this past November, but the laws around legal weed are anything but straightforward. For weeks now, we’ve been fielding and answering listener questions about the new legal pot landscape.
On the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, PIN sources shared with “St. Louis on the Air “what they remember hearing about the attacks as they listened their families to radio reports.