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Johns Hopkins promised to elevate All Children’s Heart Institute. Then patients started to die at an alarming rate.
Johns Hopkins promised to elevate All Children’s Heart Institute. Then patients started to die at an alarming rate.
The campaign is over. The candidate might be dead. But the spending never stops.
The campaign is over. The candidate might be dead. But the spending never stops.
They took credit for finding jobs for thousands of people who never sought help.
They took credit for finding jobs for thousands of people who never sought help.
Many of the high results were in water fountains that teachers and students drink from every day. Others were in kitchens, where food cooked in lead-tainted water can easily soak up dangerous levels of the poison, experts say.
Many of the high results were in water fountains that teachers and students drink from every day. Others were in kitchens, where food cooked in lead-tainted water can easily soak up dangerous levels...
Thousands of people flew Allegiant last year thinking their planes wouldn't fail in the air. They were wrong.
Thousands of people flew Allegiant last year thinking their planes wouldn't fail in the air. They were wrong.
Tampa Electric knew the procedure was dangerous. It sent workers in anyway.
Tampa Electric knew the procedure was dangerous. It sent workers in anyway.
Kids are driving Pinellas County's car theft epidemic. It's a dangerous — sometimes deadly — game.
Kids are driving Pinellas County's car theft epidemic. It's a dangerous — sometimes deadly — game.
How Pinellas County School District leaders turned five once-average schools into failure factories.
How Pinellas County School District leaders turned five once-average schools into failure factories.
Florida cut $100 million from its mental hospitals. Chaos quickly followed.
Florida cut $100 million from its mental hospitals. Chaos quickly followed.
An unprecedented review of Florida police shootings reveals how fear and bias breed confusion, how order quickly dissolves into chaos, and ways to avert the violence.
An unprecedented review of Florida police shootings reveals how fear and bias breed confusion, how order quickly dissolves into chaos, and ways to avert the violence.

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  1. Dr. James Quintessenza, left, will return as the head of the Johns Hopkins All Children's heart surgery program department. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY HOSPITAL  |  Times
    The heart surgery program’s mortality rate spiked after the surgeon left, a 2018 Times investigation revealed.
  2. Kathryn Norris , 57, died in 2009 inside her Chevrolet Nova. It took authorities almost 16 months to find her. How could a woman go missing inside her own home? Florida Today
    Kathryn Norris disappeared long before she died.
  3. North Tampa Behavioral Health in Wesley Chapel JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |  Times
    The calls for action follow a Tampa Bay Times report on problems inside North Tampa Behavioral Health
  4. Richard Zeitlin's clients include a PAC called the Children's Leukemia Support Network. About 86 percent of the money raised by the leukemia network went to Zeitlin’s companies. Facebook
    Las Vegas police also ‘looking into’ officer following Center for Public Integrity investigation.
  5. Michael Jenkins spent seven days at North Tampa Behavioral Health last July. Since then, he says his three children have been afraid he’ll leave and not come home. JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |   Times
    The patients have no choice, and the hospital is making millions.
  6. The Times’ reporting focused on how the hospital misuses Florida’s Baker Act.
  7. Seven-year-old Sriyam Sriadibhatla, who suffers from B acute lymphoblastic leukemia, waits for chemotherapy at Palm Beach Children's Hospital in West Palm Beach. Susan Stocker
    A look inside his machine, which turns charitable and political contributions into paydays.
  8. State regulators plan to fine Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg a total of more than $800,000. SCOTT KEELER  |  Times
    The planned $800,000 penalty is the latest fallout from problems in the hospital’s heart surgery department.
  9. Rosana Escamilla gives her daughter Alexcia tiny pieces of food to taste in their home in August 2018. Alexcia was left paralyzed after a heart surgery at John Hopkins All Children's Hospital. The details of her case match the public filing of a $12.75 million settlement the hospital recently signed with a family. EVE EDELHEIT  |  Tampa Bay Times
    The hospital has been negotiating with 11 families; some were struggling to afford the immense cost of care.
  10. EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN   |   Times 
(03/19/2009) In the woods not far from the current Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, up a dirt road, and up a hill is a small cemetery with 31 unmarked graves. Some of the White House Boys think the bodies of children murdered by guards at the Florida School for Boys are buried in the cemetery. Some of the graves can be attributed to students killed in a 1914 fire. Others can be attributed to a flu epidemic that swept the campus, but not all are accounted for.
    Read the classic Tampa Bay Times story that exposed a dark chapter of Florida history.

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Adam Playford, Deputy Editor for Investigations

Kathleen McGrory, Deputy Investigations Editor

Corey G. Johnson, Investigative Reporter

Neil Bedi, Investigative Reporter

Rebecca Woolington, Investigative Reporter

Bethany Barnes, Investigative Reporter

Connie Humburg, Data Reporter

Eli Murray, Data Reporter

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