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Jimmy Ryce Legacy Includes Bloodhounds For Law Enforcement

Nearly two decades after the murder of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce, the South Florida boy’s legacy lives on thanks to a partnership between law enforcement and the Jimmy Ryce Foundation.


Juan Carlos Chavez is set to die for the killing Jimmy Ryce.

Judge Rejects Appeal By Jimmy Ryce’s Killer

The Florida Supreme court denied a stay of execution Friday for the convicted killer of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce.


Florida Legislature (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)

House Committee Approves Tougher Sex Offense Bills

The House Committee approved two of eight bills related to sexual offenses including one in which adults who rape children older than 12 would have to serve a minimum of 50 years in prison and more sexual predators would face the potential of civil commitment.


Juan Carlos Chavez is set to die for the killing Jimmy Ryce.

Latest Appeal By Jimmy Ryce’s Killer Rejected

A Miami-Dade judge rejected the latest appeal on Wednesday by the convicted killer of Jimmy Ryce .


(Source: CBS4)

Jimmy Ryce’s Father Plans To Attend Execution

For the father of a Jimmy Ryce, February 12th he has been waiting for since 1995. Don Ryce says he’s grateful that Gov. Rick Scott has set an execution date for his son’s killer.

CBS Miami–01/03/2014

Juan Carlos Chavez is set to die for the killing Jimmy Ryce.

Man Who Killed Jimmy Ryce Set To Be Executed

An execution date has been set for the man who killed a 9-year-old boy from South Florida back in 1995.



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CBS Miami–12/19/2013

Large Storm System From Midwest Makes Its Way East

Federal Services Impacted By Partial Government Shutdown

So what is happening with government services during the shutdown?



Fla. Legislature Could Crack Down On Sexually Violent Predators

The Florida Legislature is poised to strengthen the Jimmy Ryce Act, named for a Miami-Dade County boy who was raped and murdered in 1995, after the high-profile killing of a Jacksonville girl this summer and a newspaper series showing the state isn’t doing enough to prevent sexually violent predators from striking again.

CBS Miami–09/24/2013