Hey Area: You ask, we answer.

Hey Area is a collaborative reporting project of KALW News. Using a tool developed by Hearken, audience members submit questions about the Bay Area. If your question is selected, you will partner with a reporter to find the answer. Read more about the project here

What have you always wondered?

Holly McDede

All week long, we've been playing this sound and asking you to guess what exactly it is and where exactly in the Bay Area we recorded it.

by Ben Trefny

Navigation Centers are a new approach in San Francisco to move homeless people into housing. They’re temporary residences designed to connect people with long term housing and social services - without separating them from their partners, pets, or belongings.

Audrey Dilling

 

Marie-Jo Fremont pays a lot of attention to the sky these days.

Photo cropped and resized with permission from Dan Brekke

 

On Thursday April 7th, 2016, San Francisco police shot and killed Luis Gongora, a 45-year-old man living in a homeless encampment of tents on Shotwell Street in the Mission District.

KALW News is launching a new, crowdsourced reporting project called Hey Area. What is crowdsourced reporting? And how does fit in KALW’s mission? General manager Matt Martin sat down with reporter-producer Audrey Dilling and digital strategist Olivia Henry to learn more.

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