Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
SCOTT SETS NEW DATE FOR EXECUTING MASS KILLER
Gov. Rick Scott has rescheduled the execution of a mass killer for Aug. 5. Scott announced the new execution date for John Errol Ferguson, 65, on Tuesday. That's the same day the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta lifted the stay that it had imposed last October.
WOMAN SUES US AIRWAYS AFTER ROUGH LANDING
A Tampa-area woman has sued US Airways, saying she was injured during a rough landing at Tampa International Airport in 2009. She's seeking damages for negligence. Fellow Tampa resident and celebrity pitchman Billy Mays was also on that flight. He died the next day of heart disease. The medical examiner found no evidence of head trauma from the rough landing.
ORLANDO POLICE OFFICER SHOT
One of two men arrested following the shooting of an Orlando police officer during a traffic stop is facing charges. Police say Demetrius Patterson will be charged with attempted murder of a law enforcement officer with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The other man wasn't immediately charged.
DAD CHARGED IN TODDLER'S DEATH
A South Florida 2-year-old died at the hands of his father just a month after the Department of Children and Families removed the baby from his mother's care. Police say the father was annoyed because the child was sick and throwing up. It is the latest death involving children who had contact with child protection officials.
TAMPA MOM PROTESTS SUMMER BOOK LIST SELECTION
The mother of a Tampa teen is questioning the school district's inclusion of the book, 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' on the summer reading list for incoming freshmen. She says the book isn't appropriate and cited paragraphs that depicted sexual scenes and drug use.