Missouri state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal has faced a bipartisan call for her removal from office after the University City Democrat posted on Facebook that she wished for President Donald Trump’s assassination. But many of the residents in her district who responded to a Public Insight Network query said that while they don’t support what the senator wrote, they don’t want her removed from office.
Supporters and critics of Missouri's right-to-work law are targeting non-union voters like PIN source Heather Inman. She’s the first to admit that she hasn’t a clue how the law that bars unions and employers from requiring all workers in a bargaining unit to pay dues would affect her. Her questions helped inform this report.
We asked listeners to share what changes they've seen in the St. Louis region and their own lives in the three years since the police shooting death of Michael Brown Jr. in Ferguson. PIN sources were among those who responded.
Residents of East St. Louis gathered on July 2 to remember the victims of the bloody 1917 race riot, when mobs of white people roamed through the city, assaulting African-Americans and burning their homes and businesses. PIN source Stephen Keyser share...
Gov. Eric Greitens isn’t sparing the state’s Department of Agriculture from proposed budget cuts, but Missouri's agriculture director says farmers and ranchers will receive the same level of services they currently see. Still, a PIN source who grows corn, soybeans and hay is concerned that Missouri farmers are about to face tough times due to dropping commodity prices.