South Texas Man Set To Die Said He Drank Victim's BloodThe U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to block the scheduled execution a South Texas man for the slaying of a 12-year-old boy whose blood the convicted killer said he drank.
Bungled Executions Slow Oklahoma's Busy Death ChamberThe grand jury, which has been looking into the drug mix-ups since October, recessed on Thursday without issuing a final report of its findings in the execution probe.
Texas Parole Board: No Reprieve For Dallas Man Set To DieThe Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles has turned down a clemency petition from a Dallas man set to die this week for fatally shooting his two young daughters nearly 15 years ago.
Commerce Man Executed For Killing City Code Enforcement WorkerA Texas man on death row for killing a worker who was on his property looking for city code violations was put to death Tuesday.
Killer Of 3 On Texas Death Row Loses Federal Court AppealA federal appeals court has rejected an appeal from a South Texas man sent to death row for a triple slaying at a neighbor's home 10 years ago.
Inmate Facing Execution For 1990 Killing Of Plano Liquor Store ClerkNo late appeals are planned for a Texas inmate facing execution for the shotgun slaying of a suburban Dallas liquor store clerk, his attorneys said.
No Appeals Planned For Man Set To Die For Texas Officer's DeathNo late appeals are expected for a man who is set to be executed for a Texas game warden's death during a 2007 shootout. James Freeman's scheduled lethal injection would be the second in as many weeks in Texas.
Texas Executes Its First Inmate Of 2016 After Late Appeals FailTexas is the nation's busiest death penalty state, having carried out 13 lethal injections in 2015, which accounted for nearly half of the 28 executions nationwide.
Texas Set To Execute Convicted Killer Of Female ImpersonatorA Texas inmate scheduled to be executed this week for strangling a female impersonator 15 years ago insists the death was an accident during sex and has made multiple appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Dallas Man Condemned For Killing Daughters Loses AppealThe U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review an appeal from a former Dallas accountant sent to death row for the fatal shootings of his two young daughters nearly 15 years ago.
New Report Looks At Military Veterans, PTSD & Capital PunishmentA day before Veterans Day, a new report suggests military veterans on death row haven't received enough consideration for mental illnesses as a result of their combat experiences.
FDA Agrees To Hear From Texas, Arizona On Seized Execution DrugsThe federal government has agreed to hear arguments from Texas and Arizona prison officials after agents seized drugs that both states were trying to import for use in executions.