Bob Norman

News Director

Bob Norman is a veteran Florida journalist whose work exposing corruption has led to indictments of several public officials and the removal of misbehaving judges from the bench. He began reporting in Florida in 1993, with tenures at the Fort Myers News-Press, the New Times, and investigative reporter for WPLG-Channel 10 in Miami. Now a contributing writer for Columbia Journalism Review and the Washingtonian, Norman has received dozens of journalism honors, including the Livingston Award.


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Public official received $16 million in contracts from his own agency

The ghost government is tucked behind steel gates on a dead-end road in a quiet suburban Coral Springs neighborhood. Known as the North Springs Improvement …

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Wreck Bar Mermaid Sues Broward Sheriff’s Office for Invasion of Privacy

Finding herself vilified on TikTok by a self-styled witch and spotting a Broward County sheriff’s lieutenant literally climbing her wall, Whitney Fair was at her …

Marshall Goodman in a black suit, wgite short and purple tie

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Controversial Economic Growth “Visionary” Makes Comeback In Central Florida

The broadcast segment of this story is available here: WGCU/Fort Myers. Marshall Goodman is at it again, selling the big dream, and public officials are again …

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State to conduct audit of “unethical” Broward water district

State lawmakers voted Thursday to conduct a wide-ranging audit of the North Springs Improvement District, the troubled public agency that provides water and sewer services …

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Following FLCGA investigation, lawmakers take action on Broward special district

Florida Rep. Dan Daley is requesting that the State Auditor General investigate the North Springs Improvement District, a public agency that provides water and sewer …