The Florida Supreme Court says that the state can proceed with the execution of Manuel Valle, who killed a Coral Gables police officer 33 years ago. The court issued a stay last month until a lower court could hold a hearing on Valle’s claim that a new lethal injection drug may cause him to feel pain during his execution, which had been set for August 2nd. A Miami-Dade Circuit judge rejected Valle’s claim earlier this month and the Supreme Court lifted the stay today. The Department of Corrections hasn’t set a new date for the execution.
Florida university says it won’t employ professor guilty of sexual misconduct, reviewing its hiring practices
A Florida university confirmed Friday it will not employ next semester a former Florida State …