The latest on the scheduled execution of Oscar Ray Bolin, who was convicted of murder in the slayings of three women in Florida (all times local):

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2:30 p.m.

A man scheduled to be executed for the slaying of a Florida woman in 1986 has told a local TV station that he's innocent.

Oscar Ray Bolin told Fox 13 on Wednesday that he did not kill Teri Lynn Matthews. Bolin also said he is innocent in the slayings of two other women as well. He was convicted of murder in all three cases, and received the death sentence for all but one.

Bolin said the evidence used to convict him was both tampered with and planted.

He's scheduled for execution at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Florida State Prison in Starke.

A Florida district court denied a stay of Bolin's execution, saying the death-row inmate had failed to establish evidence that would have exonerated him.

His attorney, Bjorn Brunvand, says he'll appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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4:31 a.m.

A man who has been convicted 10 times for three separate slayings is scheduled to die for one of them.

Unless an appeals court or the U.S. Supreme Court steps in, 53-year-old Oscar Ray Bolin will be executed Thursday evening for the 1986 slaying of Teri Lynn Matthews.

A Florida district court denied a stay of Bolin's execution, saying the death-row inmate had failed to establish evidence that would have exonerated him.

His attorney, Bjorn Brunvand, says he's filed another motion with the district court and an appeals court. The appeals court denied the motion. If all appeals are denied, Brunvand said he'll appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.