Gillum Vows To Suspend, Review Death Penalty In FloridaTallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum told CBS Miami if he is elected governor, he would suspend the use of the death penalty in Florida.
Vatican Shifts Stance On Death Penalty A major change to the Catholic Church's teaching on the death penalty was announced by the Vatican on Thursday.
Convicted Killer Wants Death Penalty, Otherwise 'I Plan On Hurting People'Chilling words from a convicted killer as a Broward judge decides if he should live or die.
Trump Pushes Death Penalty For Some Drug DealersPresident Donald Trump is taking the concept of getting tough on opioids to another level.
Widow Of MSD Athletic Director: "I Don't Think Anything Less Than The Death Penalty Is Acceptable"The Broward County prosecutor’s office has filed a notice of intent to seek the death penalty in the caste of confessed Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooter Nikolas Cruz.
Florida To Seek Death Penalty In Tampa Serial KillingsThe State Attorney in Tampa will seek the death penalty against a 24-year-old man accused of randomly killing four people.
Prosecutors Miss Death Penalty DeadlineA man accused of killing a witness will not face the death penalty because prosecutors missed the deadline to notify the court that they would be seeking it.
Florida Executes Convicted Double-Murderer Using New DrugMark Asay died by lethal injection after 6 p.m. Asay, 53, was convicted by a jury of two 1987 Jacksonville murders.
Florida Ready To Resume ExecutionsFlorida's death penalty hiatus is slated to end Thursday, when the state plans to execute the first Death Row prisoner in more than 19 months.
Court's Mea Culpa Doesn't Halt ExecutionThe Florida Supreme Court on Monday rejected a reprieve for a convicted murderer scheduled to be executed Thursday.
State Defends Use Of New Execution DrugAttorney General Pam Bondi's office Thursday asked the Florida Supreme Court to reject an appeal from Mark James Asay.
Florida Set To Resume Executions After 18-Month HiatusFlorida Gov. Rick Scott is set to resume executions after a hiatus of more than 18 months.