Millions of people have visited the new Ballpark Village this year, packing the bars and restaurants before and after Cardinals games. PIN sources joined others in sharing their experiences.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
Today is the due date for early mail-in ballots in Arizona. PIN used a source to help find an authentic voice and first-hand experience.
After receiving 36 responses to a query about why/how people are voting in the Arizona governor race, a reporter used the responses to give an overview on how people are voting, how they politically identify and why.
The PIN was the main point of this story as we gathered stories of Royals fans in other parts of the country (and world).
PIN sources from various Arizona cities contribute their thoughts on when the winter season begins in regions with warm weather climates. Cronkite News reads responses on the live broadcast Wednesday afternoon.
OPB PIN sources contributed to the development and delivery of this story about conflicting public services issues.
We asked people living outside KC to share their stories about cheering for the Royals. The host of our Central Standard talk show shared some of the comments on the show as part of a discussion about Royals diaspora.
Photo from source (sent separately from PIN submission) was used to illustrate game-day excitement.
The question the story seeks to answer: Can residents come together despite the racial history of the neighborhood and of Indianapolis? came from a submission by Joyce Moore.
As part of continuing coverage of issues raised after local police officer fatally shot an unarmed man after an altercation, St. Louis Pubic Radio used the PIN to invite educators and parents to share how they talk about race with the young people in t…