Florida Asks Court To Deny Inmate's Execution-delay RequestFlorida has asked the state's high court to reject a condemned inmate's request to delay his execution based on the U.S. Supreme Court's finding that Florida's procedure for imposing the death penalty is illegal.
Convicted Killer of 3 Women Scheduled for Florida ExecutionBarring a last-minute reprieve from the U.S. Supreme Court, 53-year-old Oscar Ray Bolin — who was found guilty 10 times by 10 juries for three different murders — will be executed at 6 p.m. in Florida State Prison.
Man Who Killed Ex-Wife, Daughter Scheduled To Die Oct. 29A man convicted of killing his daughter, his ex-wife, his former mother-in-law and his former sister-in-law is scheduled to die Oct. 29.
Florida Man Executed For Stepdaughter's MurderChadwick Banks fatally shot his sleeping wife and then raped and killed his young stepdaughter 22 years ago.
Florida Murderer Becomes Third Executed In U.S. In 24 HoursJohn Ruthell Henry was put to death for the 1985 murder of his wife and her 5-year-old son.
Double-Murderer ExecutedRobert Hendrix was convicted of the 1990 murder of Elmer and Michelle Scott in their Lake County home.
Tampa Mom Won't Face Death Penalty Prosecutors say they are no longer seeking the death penalty for a Tampa mother accused of fatally shooting her two children.
Trial Opens For Man Accused Of Throwing Baby Out Of Moving CarOpening statements are set to be delivered in the murder trial of a Tampa man accused of throwing his ex-girlfriend's 3-month-old son out of a moving car.
Man On Trial For Throwing 3-Month-Old Baby Out Of Moving CarJury selection is starting for a Tampa man accused of throwing his girlfriend's baby out of a car onto Interstate 275 in 2009.
Scott Signs Bill Speeding Up Capital Punishment Florida is speeding up how quickly it carries out the death penalty.
Florida Justices Refuse To Stay Gore's Execution The Florida Supreme Court has refused to stay serial killer David Gore's execution. He is scheduled to die by lethal injection on Thursday.
St. Petersburg Man on Death Row Has Case ReviewedTALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The attorney for a man set to be executed next week told the Florida Supreme Court Tuesday that newly discovered evidence should spare his client from the death penalty.