The projects took second and third place in television public affairs.
The documentary short won first place in Videography for Online or Television and second place in Documentaries for Television and Politics Reporting for Online.
FCIR provides individual grants of $500 to $5,000 to journalists working on Florida stories. Deadline is May 12.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is not enforcing laws against companies responsible for hazardous materials pollution or collecting the fines it could from polluters, according to a study released Thursday by an environmental group.
The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting hosted an event featuring cocktails and politics at Libertine Miami.
Utility companies operating in Florida have donated more than $1.9 million to the misleadingly named Consumers for Smart Solar, a political action committee set up to oppose a ballot initiative that would allow for third-party sales of rooftop solar energy.