Hackers gained access earlier this year to personal data about current and former members of Long Beach-based SCAN Health Plan, the company said Friday. In some cases the intruders were able to view information about individuals’ medical conditions and…
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
Responses from PIN sources helped reporters to jump start their reporting and find and understand different perspectives.
A PIN source provided his perspective on Kansas voter ID laws and the state’s proof of citizenship requirement.
Responses from PIN sources helped the reporter understand different perspectives surrounding Texas voter ID laws.
A reporter spoke with every respondent to a News21 query, leading to coverage of Fort Bragg in relation to military voting.
Responses from PIN sources helped the reporter find an angle to pursue and understand different perspectives.
What inspires St. Louis teachers to return each year? PIN sources joined the conversation about what keeps them coming back, what are their biggest challenges and what advice they have for parents.
Internet comment sections, especially those under news stories, are a popular meeting place for ordinary people who want to sound-off about current events. But often, when those stories involve characters of a particular race or religious background, t…
As the nation struggles with an epidemic of opioid abuse, KPCC has launched an occasional series in which we share your stories of dealing with pain, and offer experts’ advice on how best to manage it. Share your story and insights through the Public I…
California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996. Will it be the fifth to legalize recreational pot this November? We traveled to Sacramento to host a live event about the pros and cons of Proposition 64, which would legalize adult use of cannabis.
The town hall was moderated by Larry Mantle, host of KPCC’s AirTalk, and Beth Ruyak, host of Capital Public Radio’s Insight. It was hosted by California Counts, a collaboration with KPCC in Los Angeles, KQED in San Francisco, Capital Public Radio in Sacramento and KPBS in San Diego.
We were joined by a panel of six guests from all sides of the argument. They fielded questions from the audience on topics that ranged from environmental to social implications.