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City of Louisville agrees to 'substantial' settlement in Breonna Taylor shooting

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Louisville's metro government is expected to announce a "substantial" financial settlement Tuesday with the family of Breonna Taylor.
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Breonna Taylor was killed by police in Louisville, Kentucky, who entered her home while executing a no-knock warrant six months ago.

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