For the Fight Club investigative series on Florida’s juvenile justice system, the Miami Herald analyzed a decade of data and found a system beset by lax hiring standards, low pay, sexual misconduct, a culture of violence and little accountability.
Twenty-five years ago, when Hurricane Andrew devastated swaths of South Dade, the Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald were a lifeline for thousands in this community. With no mail service, electricity, phone or running water, we published page after page of critical information. Our commitment remains the same in this digital age.
The Storm Lake Times, a 3,000-circulation newspaper in Iowa, wrote editorials challenging the state’s powerful agricultural interests that were secretly funding a government defense against an environmental lawsuit.
During this time of year, we reflect on what is most important to us. At the Miami Herald, that’s you, our readers. Because providing you with the highest quality journalism – honest, balanced and reliable – is at the core of our mission. You place your trust in us, and we work hard to earn that trust.
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