Rental vacancies are near record lows in the central Oregon community of Bend, yet more and more properties are listed on websites that cater to vacationers. Homeowners, rental managers and residential renters shared how their lives have been affected …
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
We asked people whether their parents voted when they were growing up, wanting to see how, if at all, it impacted their voting habits. It did.
The reality is that an array of everyday criminals — some in seemingly upstanding positions of cop, nurse, soldier and even college student — have transformed South Florida into the nation’s capital of tax fraud. We featured one member who was a victim.
The chief of U.S. Homeland Security warned shoppers to be aware of the threats. And police in South Florida say anyone entering a mall should just keep their eyes open — as usual. We talked to members about their thoughts on the threat.
Now, Kutsher’s is no more. Most of the hotel has been demolished to make way for a yoga retreat. And the days of Jewish families packing up the car for that 90-mile drive from New York City to the mountains are fast passing into memory. We asked members for their memories of their time there.
When a reporter reached out to me to ask whether we had any second generation Chinese people in the Network who might be celebrating Lunar New Year, I was able to look back at people who’d responded to similar questions within the last two years. They …
Cronkite News asked parents and teachers for their views on the use of the Common Core State Standards in Arizona schools. Steve Hughes, a local middle school math teacher, shares his perspective on assessments with reporter Mark Mingura.
Measles, a disease once declared eradicated in the United States, has swept into almost 30 states since last year. Could South Florida be next? Experts say “maybe.” We spoke with Carlos, who is debating whether or not to vaccinate his child.
Some South Floridians are finding themselves in a narrow network — one that includes few primary care doctors, specialists and hospitals. That narrow selection lowers monthly premiums but may leave consumers scrambling for options. We spoke with Stacy about her experience in a narrow network plan.
Cronkite News has been covering an Arizona House bill that would prohibit children under the age of 18 from entering tanning salons. Broadcast reporter Angelie Meehan interviewed Victoria Johnson, a young model and melanoma patient who had used tanning…