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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.
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  1. Drew Garabo sits at his remote broadcasting setup in the living room of his home in Odessa, Florida on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. Garabo, who is fighting testicular cancer, has been broadcasting remotely from home during his afternoon radio show on 102.5-FM The Bone.
    Staring down chemotherapy, Tampa’s 102.5 The Bone host returned to the air to clear his head.
  2. An unidentified rider of Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority's Route 18 turns in Raymond Krug's belongings to the bus driver. Krug wished he knew who the woman was, so he could thank her. “There are still a few good people out there,” he said.
    Raymond Krug, 75, lives on his own. Headed to the bank, he double-checked for his wallet. But where did it go?
  3. Chase Kosterlitz and Sarah Byrne, the hosts of the "I Do" podcast, with their daughter Stella.
    A couple who met at USF launched a podcast that promised to make sense of love — then, after eight years of episodes, split.
  4. Ulyana Fylypovych and her fiance, Eric Cudar, have been working through the U.S. State Department to bring Fylypovych’s older sister and her two children to Gulfport from Poland, where they’re temporarily sheltered in an Airbnb with the aid Fylypovych and Cudar have been able to provide them.
    Finding their refugee sister and nieces a path to immigration has sometimes felt hopeless. But how can they not try?
  5. On the anniversary of the day they left their abuser, a mother and her daughters stand at their kitchen counter, the kind of quiet moment they have only enjoyed in the last year.
    One year after their escape, much remains uncertain. But on an ordinary morning, they celebrated their independence day.
  6. Danielle Tallafuss, 35, poses for a portrait with a corduroy dinosaur she bought for Nathaniel in her bedroom on Monday, Feb. 21, 2022. Danielle and her husband decided to terminate her pregnancy at 22 weeks after learning that Nathaniel would have been born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome — an underdevelopment of the left side of the heart — to protect their child from the toll his condition would take on his life.
    The Florida Legislature could soon ban most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
  7. Manuel Pego, 61, of St. Petersburg donates blood at OneBlood in St. Petersburg on Jan. 24, which he does frequently. “It’s not so bad, it’s mostly psychological,” Pego said of the process. “At the end of the day the big incentive is getting to help other people.”
    If you haven’t donated, now is the time.
  8. Orlando Latin Market owner Freddy Castillo counts the cases of Goya juice that were just delivered. He never knows how much of his order will be filled until the truck arrives.
    Will the Goya truck bring what Freddy Castillo needs?
  9. Stephen Kruspe appears at a September 2020 bond hearing at the Palm Beach County Courthouse. Charged with murdering his wife of 42 years, he faces life in prison. Lawyer Christopher Haddad, right, tries to get a judge to release Steve on bail.
    Stephen Kruspe, whose children are divided, wants a jury to understand.
  10. Kruspe family photo.
    Stephen Kruspe’s wife, who was struggling with dementia, begged him to kill her.

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