Stacy Emminger stepped forward through PIN to tell the story of her son, who overdosed on heroin in March. She provided much-needed perspective, and her son’s story will be a part of a two-part series on WITF in the coming months.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
We reached out to PIN sources to ask what they loved—and hated—about living at home. While they weren’t mentioned specifically in the AirTalk conversation, they did help shape it.
The hard line dividing Miami and Havana, drawn more than half a century ago by Cuban exiles who shunned the dictatorship they left behind, suddenly softened Wednesday, leaving two stunned generations of Cuban Americans to grapple with what the future m…
We reached out to PIN sources to ask whether they were doing anything auspicious to mark 12/13/14, and the mention of weddings pointed us toward this story.
And while gas prices may seem like they are at an all-time low — Florida is averaging $2.70 a gallon, seven cents cheaper than last week — the prices are expected to drop another 15 to 20 cents by the end of the year, said AAA — The Auto Club Group. Leading more drivers to take road trips
Affordable rent is hard to find. And many of us are making sacrifices to offset those high costs. For years, financial planners’ used the 30 percent threshold as a rule of thumb for renters: No more than 30 percent of your gross income should go to ren…
Dave Melchiore told the story of his parents getting stuck taking back roads because of a bridge to the main road is closed. His story illuminated the infrastructure issue in Pennsylvania.
Cronkite News dove into the complicated world of Arizona Politics and ‘dark money’ spending. The Public Insight Network found a unique voice to round out a story that is otherwise focused on money and political figures.
There are plenty of ways to measure the meaning of art: aesthetic value, emotion resonance, ticket sales, auction price, jobs. South Florida’s art economy is young but growing.
It may take a full year to evaluate how a new toll system on State Roads 836 and 112 has affected traffic, expressway authorities say, but the effect on motorists’ tempers is pretty clear: They’re flaring.
We spoke with drivers affected by the changes.