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Beaverton, Oregon, parents sounded alarms over how girls' athletics are run in the public school district there. OPB seeks information on high school sports in the Beaverton area.
St. Louis officials are shifting gears to bring a bike share program here. We're curious: where would you ride?
PINfluence Stories informed by the Public Insight Network
No Place Like LA: Simone found and lost her heart in LA February 22, 2018
NO PLACE LIKE L.A. IS OUR SERIES THAT ASKS L.A. TRANSPLANTS AND IMMIGRANTS: "WHEN WAS THE MOMENT YOU FELT THAT LOS ANGELES WAS TRULY HOME?" THIS IS THE STORY OF SIMONE KUSSATZ IN WEST LOS ANGELES.
These LA love stories will give you all the feels February 14, 2018
With all the unrest in the world, it's easy to forget that great things can happen to people — sometimes, when they least expect it. In search of some of that goodness, KPCC asked listeners to brag about the person nearest and dearest to them, and share their LA meet-cutes.
Kirkwood is still healing, 10 years after the City Hall shootings February 7, 2018
PIN sources joined others in sharing their insight on race relations and other concerns, 10 years after a mass shooting in Kirkwood City Hall.
The Missouri Board of Education recently raised the academic standing of the Normandy Schools Collaborative from "unaccredited" to “provisionally accredited." But with annual test scores and the high school graduation rate still fall below state averages, many parents, including a few PIN sources, are wary of whether the district has improved as much as it appears to have on paper.