The evidence heard by a Kentucky grand jury in the police killing of Breonna Taylor reveals a drug raid plagued by fear and confusion.
The jury brought no criminal charges against the officers for Breonna Taylor's killing, angering many in Louisville and around the country and setting off renewed protests.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office on Wednesday announced it moved to delay the release of grand-jury records in the controversial March police shooting of Breonna Taylor in Louisville.
Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron agreed to release recordings of the secret grand jury proceedings that considered charges against the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Louisville Metro Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who was not indicted this week in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, will file civil lawsuits against individuals who allegedly called him a "murderer."
Taylor’s aunt read a statement on behalf of Palmer, saying the entire justice system failed her. A spokesperson for Cameron said prosecutors and grand jury members are bound by the facts.
“The question obviously is: What do we do with this pain?” Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said during a news conference. “There is no one answer, no easy answer to that question.”
One of two Louisville, Ky., police officers who were shot during a night of unrest Wednesday appeared for roll call less than 24 hours after the attack.
A Kentucky grand jury indicted a former police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments in the Breonna Taylor case. None of the officers were charged directly in her death.
A former Louisville, Kentucky police officer was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into neighboring apartments on the night Breonna Taylor was shot and killed. Here is an explanation of what the charges mean.
On Sept. 23, a Kentucky grand jury indicted Hankison for shooting into neighboring apartments, but did not charge any officers for their role in Taylor’s death.
Police leaders in Louisville, Ky. are canceling requests for days off and declared a state of emergency in preparation for an announcement in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
The City of Louisville has reached a $12 million settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor, the EMT who was fatally shot in her sleep on March 13 by officers executing a no-knock warrant, FOX News reported.
A Kentucky driver was pulled over last Wednesday after police officers noticed something was a little off about his particular license plate, police said.
This year's Kentucky Derby is a surreal distillation of the crises facing the country in 2020.
Kentucky State Police have charged a 29-year-old man with promoting child trafficking, accusing him of trying to sell a 4-year-old boy for $2,500 at a gas station.
A billboard demanding justice for Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Ky., was damaged by vandals, who added a giant red blob of paint dripping from her forehead.
The attorney general of Kentucky extended condolences to the family of Breonna Taylor this week, meeting with them for the first time since Taylor was fatally shot by police during a drug raid in March, according to reports.
First, Oprah Winfrey put Breonna Taylor on the cover of O, The Oprah Magazine. Now the media mogul is spreading her message with billboards demanding justice for the Kentucky woman shot to death during a police raid.
A Kentucky couple was fitted with ankle monitors and placed on house arrest after the wife tested positive for coronavirus but refused to sign self-quarantine documents, according to reports.