Texas is the nation’s most active death penalty state and officials say they’re running out of the drug used for executions.
Texas, the nation’s busiest death penalty state, is set to mark a solemn moment in criminal justice Wednesday with the execution of convicted killer Kimberly McCarthy.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has refused an appeal from a gang member sent to death row for gunning down a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother five years ago in Fort Worth.
A North Texas man convicted in the fatal shooting of a teenager during a carjacking outside a nightclub 12 years ago has been executed.
According to a new Amnesty International report, the U.S. can count itself among the top five countries in the world that carry out executions. And the USA has the dubious distinction of being the only country in the Americas with an execution in 2012.
Rickey Lynn Lewis had been in and out of Texas prisons five times in the span of less than seven years.
A judge has postponed next week’s scheduled execution of an El Paso man for the fatal beating of his girlfriend’s 19-month-old son.