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Has the fight over the Kavanaugh confirmation led you to tell a story you’ve previously not disclosed? We want to hear from you.
The midterm election is fast approaching, and KPCC and LAist journalists want to know what’s inspiring you to head to the polls – or convincing you to stay home.
As California home prices in continue to rise, so do the crimes involving real estate.
Were you one of the Minnesotans who placed their votes early? Did you wait for Election Day? Either way we want to know what your experience was like and what it means to you to cast a ballot.
We're putting together a series of radio shows about the Mississippi River and want your insights and questions to help shape the program.
PINfluence Stories informed by the Public Insight Network
The fight for net neutrality begins, the fight against homelessness, the politics of Gen Z October 2, 2018
Akela Munsey was one of many PIN sources who responded to a PIN query about Gen Z and who, how they're voting.
Two PIN sources shared their insights and what matters to them going into the November election.
LA Renters Have Been Shut Out Of Solar. That's About To Change September 25, 2018
Until now, it's been almost impossible for renters in Los Angeles to access solar energy. Rooftops are controlled by landlords, who may or may not be interested in renewable power. But that's about to change. We emailed PIN sources directly to ask about their experiences.
We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills' September 13, 2018
Los Angeles County has 88 cities, and KPCC/LAist plans to explore them all. We're recruiting listeners and readers to take us to the neighborhoods they live in and love. From Long Beach to Lancaster, follow our journey here and on the radio with Take Two.