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Joshcooley450_2 Josh Cooley, 32, accompanied by his mother Christina Cooley, and brother Christopher Cooley, arrives in Tampa after almost two years in rehabilitation in California. [MICHAEL C. WEIMAR | Times]

The long, slow recovery of Josh Cooley

Marine reservist Josh Cooley suffered a traumatic brain injury in Iraq in 2005 and wasn’t expected to survive. But he did. Setbacks tested him and also tested his family. Times staff writer Colleen Jenkins has chronicled their journey. | The latest

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B4s_pasdive111408_45844c This sinkhole may look small but beneath the surface is a tunnel that leads to a web of passages stretching out thousands of feet. [BRENDAN FITTERER | Times]

Underwater cave's charms fool divers

    Two men went on a cave dive at School Sink in northwest Pasco County this week and died in the dark waters. The swimming hole at School Sink is no bigger than the average backyard pool. But below the surface lies caves that can be dangerous to inexperienced divers. Here is a video that shows the inside of the caves the men were diving.

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