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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. North Tampa Behavioral Health in Wesley Chapel [JOHN PENDYGRAFT   |  Times]
    Regulators also found widespread problems with patient care after a Tampa Bay Times investigation into the facility
  2. The Rybovich superyacht marina in West Palm Beach. [SAUL MARTINEZ  |  for ProPublica]
    Wealthy donors Wayne Huizenga Jr. and Jeff Vinik lobbied then-Gov. Rick Scott for the lucrative tax break — and won it. Poorer communities lost out.
  3. President Donald Trump smiles as pastor Paula White prepares to lead the room in prayer in 2018, during a dinner for evangelical leaders in the State Dining Room of the White House. White, now has a formal role in the administration with the Public Liaison office, which oversees outreach to constituent groups seen as key parts of the president’s base. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) [ALEX BRANDON  |  AP]
    A 2008 story from the Tampa Tribune details the televangelist’s early life and career preaching the prosperity gospel.
  4. The Church of Scientology released an issue of Freedom magazine one day after the Times published an investigation about land deals tied to the church in downtown Clearwater. [CHRIS URSO  |  Times]
    “Is this legal?” one resident asked about the 4 a.m. drop off.
  5. Scientology’s international spiritual headquarters in downtown Clearwater is anchored by the Flag Building, on left. An elevated walkway connects the building to the Fort Harrison Hotel, the church’s first purchase in the city in 1975. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
    The mysterious deals could reshape downtown Clearwater.
  6. Clearwater City Council members react to Tampa Bay Times reporting showing companies tied to members of Scientology bought 101 acres of downtown commercial property in three years. Times  |   (2017)
    We showed the politicians a map of the land now owned by buyers tied to Scientology. Here’s what they said.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. 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.

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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

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Connie Humburg, Data Reporter

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