Columbia Journalism Review said the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is "a pioneer bilingual investigative nonprofit."
Florida’s first nonprofit and bilingual investigative journalism organization has received two project grants and a fellowship for one of its journalists.
The Board of Directors approved a fundraising policy that requires full financial transparency and prevents improper donor influence.
A yearlong investigation by the Washington Post traced thousands of guns tied to drug violence in Mexico to arms dealers in the United States.
Matt Waite, a senior news technologist for the St. Petersburg Times and the principal developer of the Pulitzer Prize-winning PolitiFact, has joined the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting’s Board of Directors.
An open letter to FCIR’s readers