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We collected your stories, pictures, songs, recipes, journals.
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Two bridge inspectors helped retrieve victims after the Sunshine Skyway collapsed. Now they tell their story.
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Putting out a paper amid a pandemic may not be stress-free, but then again, that’s the norm for Marin Fehl.
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“You’re in the middle of it but you can’t break down. You just tell yourself, I can cry later.”
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Others in the line: Drops in consumer spending. Evaporating sales tax revenues. Rising bankruptcies.
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Tampa Bay nonprofits brought doctors to Bogotá in December to help. The situation has only worsened since.
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A local singer with big dreams keeps getting close to stardom. Then her body and mind start to fail her.
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Online, people share their thoughts, their angst and their desire for company.
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Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne has downplayed the pandemic and held services at the River at Tampa Bay Church last month, leading to his arrest.
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Experts say the huge population of highly social seniors could crush the local health care system, which already has problems.
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As health officials warned Floridians were at “grave risk,” the state dismantled the defenses it built against a coronavirus-like crisis.
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She thought her family was overreacting. Then she began to feel weak.
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She got sick after a trip to Chicago. Now her mother and sister have the virus, too.
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From its headquarters in Boca Raton, GardaWorld has put unsafe trucks on the road, and its workers and unsuspecting motorists have suffered the consequences.
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Gabriel Cordova Tejada’s family in St. Petersburg waits for answers, closure.
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'Red flag’ law aims to keep people with violent instincts, mental disorders from accessing weapons.
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Three killings in late 2019, and an array of alarming incidents after, rocked the equestrian community. No culprits have been caught.
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A Tampa boy was born with a rare disease. His parents refuse to give up hope.
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Johns Hopkins promised to elevate All Children’s Heart Institute. Then patients started to die at an alarming rate.
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The lingering case of Tommy Zeigler and other men on Florida’s Death Row.
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They took credit for finding jobs for thousands of people who never sought help.
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How Pinellas County School District leaders turned five once-average schools into failure factories.
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The campaign is over. The candidate might be dead. But the spending never stops.
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Florida cut $100 million from its mental hospitals. Chaos quickly followed.
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Investigation of squalid conditions that marked housing for Hillsborough County's substantial homeless population, which lead to swift reforms.
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At Tampa Bay farm-to-table restaurants, you’re being fed fiction.
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She was found curled up in a filthy room, unable to speak or make eye contact. They called her a feral child. Could nurturing make up for a lifetime of neglect?
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