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Leonora LaPeter Anton - Enterprise Reporter

Enterprise Reporter

As a child, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I found my way to journalism at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I worked at a series of smaller newspapers before coming to the Times, where I was part of a team that won the Pulitzer Prize for exposing violence at Florida's underfunded mental hospitals.

  1. Denise Kwiatkowski has stayed home in Ruskin, isolating from vulnerable family members. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times]
  2. Assistant Manager Shak Siddiquee poses inside Gulfport Shell on April 1. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times]
  3. The 180-bed Atria Willow Wood appears to be the hardest-hit assisted living facility so far by the coronavirus. [Miami Herald]
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  5. Tommy Zeigler, photographed on death row, has spent years hoping that Florida will allow for DNA testing of the evidence in his case. [CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times]
  6. At the Northeast Shopping Center Publix, customers had cleared out the entire aisle of paper goods, including paper towels and toilet paper, by the end of the day Sunday. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
  7. Times reporter Leonora LaPeter Anton with her dad, Bob Bohen. [Times]
  8. Squares from the shirt Tommy Zeigler was wearing on the night of the murders have been DNA tested, supporting his version of events. But further tests have been rejected by courts and prosecutors. [Photo from court files]
  9. Florida's Baker Act was written in 1971 by Maxine Baker, a 65-year-old grandmother and a freshman Florida legislator from Miami-Dade County, seen here in a 1965 photo. [Associated Press]
  10. Staci Plonsky holds art from her autistic son, A.J. Plonsky, depicting his memory of being taken by the school resource officer to a mental health facility under Florida's Baker Act law. The incident took place on A.J's first day of middle school. Photo taken November 17, 2019. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times]
  11. Ann Corzo and her son Kristopher. [.]
  12. Tommy Zeigler was arrested days after the  Christmas Eve 1975 slayings of his wife, in-laws and a customer in his Winter Garden furniture store. [Times files]
  13. Danielle Harris of Pinellas Park leans against a large photo of Terri Schiavo and her mother, Mary Schindler, during a vigil outside the Woodside Hospice Villas in 2003. [Associated Press]
  14. A 3-year-old boy blocks the sun from his eyes while holding a protest sign in New Port Richey. Fifteen protestors showed up when Judge George Greer was honored in 2005 with an award from the West Pasco Bar Association. Times (2005)
  15. Jan Killilea of Boca Raton, at left, and Kelly Jarvis of Tarpon Springs help Blake Taylor out of the Clearwater courthouse after her divorce hearing in March. Killilea started the First Wives Advocacy Group for women struggling with alimony and divorce. [LEONORA LaPETER ANTON   |   Times]
  16. Terry Power videoconferences with his girlfriend, Delores Trott, in February, after he'd left for Georgia. JOHN PENDYGRAFT    |   Times
  17. Tommy Zeigler, photographed last year on death row at Union Correctional Institution. [CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times]
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