Deborah Johnson, top, of Richmond has been taking care of five nieces and  nephews since July 2008. She and the  children, clockwise from front left, James, 8; Ashlee, 9; Jacob, 6; Shelby, 11; and Morgan, 4, recently moved into a new home in Richmond. It was made possible by the help of several  individuals and agencies.
Deborah Johnson, top, of Richmond has been taking care of five nieces and nephews since July 2008. She and the children, clockwise from front left, James, 8; Ashlee, 9; Jacob, 6; Shelby, 11; and Morgan, 4, recently moved into a new home in Richmond. It was made possible by the help of several individuals and agencies. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Deborah Johnson, top, of Richmond has been taking care of five nieces and nephews since July 2008. She and the children, clockwise from front left, James, 8; Ashlee, 9; Jacob, 6; Shelby, 11; and Morgan, 4, recently moved into a new home in Richmond. It was made possible by the help of several individuals and agencies. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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