Florida Bulldog

Watchdog News You Can Sink Your Teeth Into


Investigative news is in peril in South Florida. Investigative reporting uncovers injustice, exposes corruption and holds those in public decision-making positions accountable for their actions. Our area’s traditional newsrooms are in melt down. Hedge funds now own our two largest dailies. Staffs have been cut to the bone. More cuts are coming. Citizens who rely on hedge funds to supply our local news are being shortchanged. Florida Bulldog emerged from the turmoil that defines the new media marketplace as a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization in 2009. We keep watchdog journalism alive by paying attention to and publishing important stories that otherwise go uncovered because of shifting priorities and lack of resources in the region’s conventional media outlets. We are an outlier also covering 9/11.

About our journalism

Florida Bulldog is an independent, nonpartisan online news site staffed by veteran professional journalists. We exist thanks to the public’s financial support. We are a federally tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and contributions to us are tax deductible.

All of our stories since we began in 2009 are online, searchable and free to the public.

Florida Buldog began as Broward Bulldog. We changed our working name to Florida Bulldog in January 2015 to better reflect the scope of our coverage. Florida Bulldog’s focus is on Miami-Dade and Broward counties, although we do report news from Tallahassee and elsewhere that impacts South Florida and its residents. We are also an outlier, providing coverage of 9/11 you will find nowhere else.

For more than a decade, we have served the public as a trusted news source.


Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA



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