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USA TODAY: As orange juice sales spike amid pandemic, a Florida citrus growers gets squeezed


USA TODAY: ‘We got you’: A deputy worried about walking with protesters. Two women escorted him.

USA TODAY FLORIDA NETWORK: Forsaken: Anber's Story

Awards: Green Eyeshade Award, Society of Professional Journalists in the Southeast, Society of Features Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists-Sunshine State, Florida Society of News Editors. 

Florida profiles

BBC: A Legendary 'mermaid' still swimming at 78

The Washington Post/The Lily: The Jessicas are Turning 30: Jessica Leiti

USA TODAY: Kindergarten teacher moonlights as pro wrestler

Gulfshore Life: Everglades Wonder Gardens Old Joe Speaks

USA TODAY: Silver performer's work hazards: drunks and old ladies


The Washington Post Real Estate Cover: Welcome to Babcock Ranch, the Sunshine State’s first solar-powered town

Special report: Something in the Water: Drinking water crisis in rural Florida community  Co-winner of first in public service for Southeastern Newspapers, Society of Professional Journalists

The New York Times: Teaching Resilience in the Face of Climate Change


The Washington Post: Losing a speck of a child, surviving a tiny tragedy

USA TODAY: Why Florida isn't actually the worst state

McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Satire: How to do a headstand in conceal carry yoga pants


Vice: Yoga needs to cut the bullshit

Creative Nonfiction: Sleepless in any city 

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