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By: Adam Bloom Our Pre-Game Playlist series, that can be found at CBSLocalSports.com, features athletes sharing the music they’re currently listening to. This includes songs they enjoy blasting in the car to music that relates to their […]
By: @AlexDarcey In our series of Pre-Game Playlist, on CBSLocalSports.com, we ask professional athletes many questions surrounding their musical taste. Questions include; their favorite artist of all time, a would-be entrance theme song, and the […]
As a photographer myself, I was naturally drawn to the story of the Pulitzer Prize photographs exhibit. I had seen some of this work on newspapers, on television, and of course digital screens like the one you are looking at right now. When you walk into the Frost Museum though it’s different. There is something in these rooms that you can’t get through a screen or a tablet. The images are obviously the perfect blend of light and composition. What makes them spectacular is the human emotion they create. Some images contain an emotion in front of the lens while other evoke an emotion from within you.
CBS4’s Gary Nelson witnessed the execution of the Jimmy Ryce’s killer on Wednesday night.
Almost 19 years ago, the Ryce family was changed forever at the hands of Juan Carlos Chavez when he took the life of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce. At 8:17 pm Wednesday night, in front of Jimmy Ryce’s father, brother and several other witnesses, Chavez was executed by lethal injection.
Juan Carlos Chavez, the man who raped, murdered, and then dismembered the body of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce received the state of Florida’s ultimate punishment Wednesday when he was executed.
As Juan Carlos Chavez, the convicted killer of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce, awaits his 6 p.m. scheduled execution at Florida State Prison, he has a detailed schedule that he will follow Wednesday morning and afternoon.
As the family of Jimmy Ryce wait for the execution of his killer, Juan Carlos Chavez, a special prayer service was held by the Archdiocese of Miami at St. Martha’s Catholic Church for both the Ryce family and the convicted killer.
The convicted murderer of nine-year-old Jimmy Ryce, Juan Carlos Chavez, has less than 19 hours to live and his lawyers are spending those hours fighting to extend his life through last minute appeals.