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Breonna Taylor's Grand Jury Never Presented With Homicide Charges
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Taylor family reacts to verdict: 'You robbed the world of a queen'
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Breonna Taylor's family calls on prosecutor to release jury transcripts
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Louisville anti-racism protesters defy curfew
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2 Officers Shot During Protests Over Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor Case
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Two Louisville police officers shot and injured amid protests over Breonna Taylor's death
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Two officers shot during Kentucky protests
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Police video appears to show moment of gunfire in Louisville
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Two police officers shot during Louisville protests
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Downtown Louisville braces for Breonna Taylor decision
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Louisville Reaches Settlement in Breonna Taylor's Wrongful Death Lawsuit
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Louisville to pay $12M in Breonna Taylor settlement
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Louisville mayor 'deeply sorry for Breonna's death'
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100 days since Portland uprising, more U.S. unrest
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Breonna Taylor Family Attorney Ben Crump Picks Apart Louisville Cop's StoryBreonna Taylor's family attorney says the Louisville cop speaking out has a major advantage to dispute her truth ... and claims the officer's own words reveal a bias against Black people. Civil rights..
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Kenneth Walker reacts to the grand jury not charging Louisville officers in Breonna Taylor's deathBreonna Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker says the legal aftermath of her death has been unfair. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King sat down with Walker and his attorneys, Steven Romines and..
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend on their love story: "We had our baby names"Kenneth Walker and his parents speak with Gayle King about the life he was building with Taylor and the aftermath of her death at the hands of Louisville police officers.
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend: Cop said it was "unfortunate" I wasn't shotWalker recalled the events leading up to and just after Taylor's death at the hands of Louisville police in painstaking detail during an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King.
Louisville police have released body camera footage from the night of Breonna Taylor's fatal shooting. Here's what it shows.The bodycam footage from the officers who arrived on the scene was released last week as part of the investigative file into Breonna Taylor's death.
Bodycam footage released amid Taylor investigationPolice in Kentucky have released body camera footage from officers who responded to the March 13 fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. She was killed in her Louisville apartment by police executing a..
Louisville police release internal investigation files on Breonna Taylor caseLouisville police released files which show the contacts between Breonna Taylor and her ex-boyfriend, Jamarcus Glover, who was suspected of drug dealing. Body camera videos also show the moments after..
'We all had a hand in this': Louisville police officer who got Breonna Taylor warrant in the hot seatJoshua Jaynes' explanation to the Public Integrity Unit marks the first time the public has heard from the detective who obtained the search warrant.
Taylor's boyfriend recounts shooting during probeHours after Louisville police officers shot and killed Breonna Taylor, investigators interviewed a witness – her boyfriend. Kenneth Walker recounted the chaos of that night, saying how scared he felt..
Louisville released its Breonna Taylor investigation: Here's what the massive file containsThe massive file contains interviews, evidence reports, video files, renderings and interview information.
Louisville SWAT team condemned raid on Breonna Taylor's home as 'just an egregious act'Louisville SWAT team leaders said they had no idea a warrant was being served shortly before 1 a.m. March 13 at Breonna Taylor's apartment.
In Louisville, Looking to Protests of the Past to Move ForwardProtesters of Breonna Taylor’s death are drawing on the city’s robust, if overlooked, history of civil rights struggle that has spanned generations.
Recordings reveal confusion behind Breonna Taylor’s deathLouisville, Kentucky – The police officer who fatally shot Breonna Taylor described seeing only “shadowy mass” and said he didn’t recall firing the 16 bullets ... ......
How Louisville's interim police chief plans to rebuild trust after fatal police shooting of Breonna TaylorLouisville's new interim police chief, Yvette Gentry, discusses how she plans to rebuild trust following the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor at her home in March.
Audio files describe raid that killed BreonnaThe fear and confusion that played out before and after Breonna Taylor's death in March in her Louisville home was detailed in 15 hours of audio recordings made public in a rare release. (Oct. 2)
Black Lives Matter: Audio reveals final moments before Breonna Taylor's deathLouisville police said they knocked and identified themselves for a minute or more before bursting into Breonna Taylor's apartment, but her boyfriend said he did not hear officers announce themselves,..
Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville: What activists want — and what they've accomplishedProtests in Louisville have captured global attention as one of the longest on-going demonstrations against police killings of Black people.
New Louisville police chief sworn in as city deals with fallout from Breonna Taylor caseYvette Gentry has been sworn in as Louisville's interim police chief as the city deals with fallout from the Breonna Taylor case and record homicides.
Coronavirus aid package, new Louisville police chief, Harvest Moon: 5 things to know ThursdayLouisville gets a new police chief, House to vote on coronavirus aid package, the Harvest Moon and more things to start your Thursday.
Seventeen weeks of protest end with no Breonna Taylor charges. Where do they go from here?They chanted, "arrest the cops" for more than 100 days but did not receive the decision they wanted. Still, protests continue in Louisville streets.
Homicide charges never recommended in Breonna Taylor caseAs Louisville anticipates the release of grand jury recordings, Kentucky's attorney general has admitted that no charges were recommended for Breonna Taylor's death. Adriana Diaz reports.
Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case calls for grand jury records to be made publicA grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case has filed a motion to have records from the grand jury proceedings made public. The grand jury decided last week not to charge Louisville, Kentucky, police..
Ex-Louisville Cop Brett Hankison Pleads Not Guilty in Breonna Taylor CaseBrett Hankison -- the lone Louisville cop charged in connection with the Breonna Taylor case -- has just entered his plea in court ... not guilty. Hankison appeared by audio conference call Monday to..
Louisville officer pleads not guilty to charges related to fatal Breonna Taylor shootingFormer LMPD Detective Brett Hankison pleaded not guilty to three counts of wanton endangerment at his arraignment Monday.
Breonna Taylor evidence leaks appear to show charged Louisville officer in her unit after shootingJust three days after a grand jury decided no charges for the killing of Breonna Taylor, evidence is leaking on social media and news sites.
Louisville Citizens Seek Mental Health Help After Breonna Taylor DecisionThe decision not to charge the cops who killed Breonna Taylor has taken its toll on an untold number of Louisville residents, who are having a hard time coping. We've learned there's been an increase..
Ballistics report doesn't support Kentucky AG's claim that Breonna Taylor's boyfriend shot copA Kentucky State Police ballistics report failed to match a bullet that hit a Louisville cop in thigh to a shot fired by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend.
25 more people arrested Saturday in Louisville as Breonna Taylor protests continueMost of the people arrested on the fourth night of protests since the grand jury decision were from Louisville, according to police.
With Breonna Taylor protests, COVID-19 and record homicides, Louisville police are in crisisBreonna Taylor's death has catapulted Louisville into the national spotlight and made its police force a focal point of the cry for racial justice.
Protesters gather for fourth straight day in Louisville, KentuckyProtesters are demonstrating for the fourth straight day in Louisville, Kentucky, following the decision to not directly charge any police officers in Breonna Taylor's death. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Breonna Taylor's autopsy report reveals how Louisville police shots killed herBreonna Taylor was struck six times by Louisville Metro police bullets, including in the artery connecting her heart to her lungs.
Louisville sees third straight night of Breonna Taylor protests despite curfewSeveral demonstrators were arrested.
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Breonna Taylor protests: Police use flash bangs hours before curfew in Louisville; mayor says violence 'will not be tolerated'Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Louisville Friday for another night of protests to honor Breonna Taylor and demand justice for her death.
Family of Breonna Taylor demands release of evidence in caseBreonna Taylor's family is speaking out for the first time since a grand jury announced its decision in the fatal police shooting case. It comes as protests heat up in Louisville and across the..
Breonna Taylor's family demands to see evidence from grand jury trialBreonna Taylor's family is demanding to see the evidence that Kentucky's Attorney General presented to the grand jury who decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other..