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St. Louis Public Radio wants to hear from people who experienced the flood. What do you remember most? What changes have you seen? What changes do you want?
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Is it your mom or uncle or neighbor down the street? How close or far is that connection from you — generations, distance or degrees of separation?
If you live on a route that's changing, you might have to walk farther to get to a bus. Will the planned changes make your commute better, or would they make it harder for you to get to a bus?
Moms know everything. That's why even as adults, we go to our mothers for advice. From "there's a lid for every pot" to "never change who you are for someone else," what's the best piece of advice or life lesson from your mother?
The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from Utah educators about the condition of their classrooms and supplies, and we want to know if you believe you’re being paid a fair wage.
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Remaking dad – a conversation on fatherhood June 7, 2018
Nothing has the power to change your opinions on parenting quite like the act of actually becoming a parent. Ahead of her event, Priska Neely invited fathers to share their experiences and to help shape the conversation. (Fun stat: 80 percent of the audience was made up of dads.)
Take Two kicks off a new series today called 88 Cities, where we explore the many cities that make up L.A. County one by one. Our first stop is Agoura Hills. We also continue our interviews with California's candidates for State Superintendent. And we find out what new rides are rolling out at SoCal's many theme parks.
PIN sources joined other Missourians in expressing their array of reactions to Gov. Eric Grietens' surprising resignation after nearly five months of political and legal scandal.
PIN source Chris Paplanus shares how he and his family have adapted in the 10 years since the Great Recession.