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Miami Herald: DCF Hid 30 Child Deaths Reports During Investigation

According to The Miami Herald, a branch of the Florida Department of Children and Families began hiding a paper trial of 30 children’s deaths when the newspaper started reporting on the agency’s failures to prevent hundreds of deaths of children it was monitoring.

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Miami Herald: Allegations Of Abuse Of Mentally-Ill In Florida Prison

A new investigative report from The Miami Herald this week profiles a prison in Miami-Dade County where employees have been accused of abusing mentally-ill inmates for “sport.”

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New York Times: Law Enforcement Bungled The Jameis Winston Rape Case

This week, The New York Times published its investigation into how local law enforcement and university officials failed to properly investigate an alleged rape case involving Florida State University’s quarterback, Jameis Winston.

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Florida Legislature Chips Away At Government Transparency

As this year’s Legislative session nears an end, there are a handful of bills making their way through both chambers that could expand public record loopholes. Already, one bill has passed.

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Tampa Bay Times Wins Pulitzer Prize For Local Reporting

Florida’s largest newspaper won its 10th Pulitzer Prize on Monday.

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Proposed Changes To ‘Stand Your Ground’ Could Limit Journalists’ Access To Court Records

As the Florida Legislature considers tweaks to the state’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” law, legislators have added a provision that would stop journalists from gaining access to court records in cases involving self-defense.

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Panel Revives Jeff Greene’s Lawsuit Against Two Florida Newspapers

A once-dismissed libel lawsuit filed by former U.S. Senate candidate and billionaire Jeff Greene against The Miami Herald and The Tampa Bay Times was revived this week.

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FCIR Announces New Editor

Tristram Korten, a newspaper, magazine and radio journalist who has covered politics, the environment, and crime from Tallahassee to Port-au-Prince, is the new editor at the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting.

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Florida Center For Investigative Journalism Seeks Donations To Continue Watchdog Journalism

The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is among dozens of nonprofit sites dedicated to public service reporting. Now, we need your help to meet a fundraising challenge so we can do more of the watchdog journalism you want.

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Nonprofit Investigative News Organizations Experience Revenue Increases

PBS’ MediaShift highlighted a really interesting study about a recent revenue boom for 18 non-profit news organizations around the country.

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