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After a reckoning over policing in America, 30 recruits enroll at the academy
After a reckoning over policing in America, 30 recruits enroll at the academy
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?
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?
A Tampa boy was born with a rare disease. His parents refuse to give up hope.
A Tampa boy was born with a rare disease. His parents refuse to give up hope.
The lingering case of Tommy Zeigler and other men on Florida’s Death Row.
The lingering case of Tommy Zeigler and other men on Florida’s Death Row.

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  1. Hear Roy Peter Clark discuss how the story started in 1996 and watch a news conference discussing the discovery of the AIDS virus.
  2. Florida State Representatives participate in a special legislative session considering bills targeting COVID-19 vaccine mandates, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in Tallahassee, Fla. Florida lawmakers on Monday began debating a package of bills to combat coronavirus vaccine mandates, continuing Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis' fight against virus rules.
    Republicans claim a win. Democrats say the special session was a waste of time. Who’s right?
  3. Elyse Van Breemen of Clearwater lost her sister Myra Joy Aronson on Sept. 11, 2001. Aronson was on the first plane to hit the twin towers.
    Twenty years later, she cherishes the memories she collected in the aftermath.
  4. Ajmal, left, and his mother paint trim at the family’s new home on Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. Ajmal was born in Afghanistan and was a teenager when the U.S. invaded in 2001. By the end of his teens, he'd started working as an interpreter for U.S. forces; in 2009, he came to the U.S. on a special visa for interpreters, joined the Army, and became a citizen. He and his mother were working to prepare for the arrival of his wife and two daughters from Afghanistan.
    When the Taliban took Kabul, an interpreter’s past put his family in danger.
  5. Mollie Sipos brings out Penny, a 17-year-old Quarter Horse, for a riding lesson at Saddle Up Ranch, a local horse ranch that offers horse boarding, riding lessons and kids camps. Sipos and her family have been notified by the property owners that they have a month to leave so the property can be sold, Tuesday, August 17, 2021 in Pinellas Park.
    They’ve built equestrian centers from scratch, moved seven times and recovered from eviction. But for the past month, the Sipos family have faced a problem that they can’t find an answer to.
  6. Clark Allen sits on a bench with grandchildren Colin Gentile and Maple Gentile during a May 2021 family visit — his first and only during the pandemic, in the short window in which Florida's COVID-19 caseload dropped.
    In assisted living on Florida’s East Coast, Clark Allen had tried to protect himself from COVID-19.
  7. Steve Magenheimer instructs Dorantaye Merrill, 19, of Largo, during St. Petersburg College's electrical lineworker class on July 15, 2021.
    A new St. Petersburg College certificate program teaches students to master electrical theory and climb poles.
  8. At Kissimmee Prairie Preserve, people look through a custom-made telescope owned by Jim Pickering of Fort Lauderdale.
    A Florida photographer hopes sharing the stars can slow their loss.
  9. Months into the job, Hannah Anhalt arrests a suspected shoplifter in Clearwater.
    Not everyone from Class 219 has stayed with the job.
  10. Brittany Moody watches the raising of the flag during reveille on a February morning.
    On graduation day, rookies get a grim reminder of what they’re about to face.

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