Local Matters: Frustration grows over handling of Breonna Taylor case
Friday, 11 September 2020 ()
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has not yet confirmed if he will be sharing the result of his investigation into the death of Breonna Taylor with a grand jury. Protests continue as the six-month mark for her death draws closer. Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Hayes Gardner joined CBSN with more on the case.
💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions
Louisville police nix days off while attorney general decision looms in Breonna Taylor caseA decision in the Breonna Taylor case could come as soon as this week from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.
Louisville to pay millions to Breonna Taylor’s mom, introduce police reformsLOUISVILLE, Ky. — The city of Louisville will pay several million dollars to the mother of Breonna Taylor and install police reforms as part of a settlement of..
Louisville anxiously awaits Breonna Taylor decision — and whether justice or chaos reignsThe mother of Breonna Taylor called out Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, telling him to "have the power and courage to call my child yours."
Too Little, Too Late? Kentucky AG Meets Breonna Taylor's Family For First Time
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:44Published
Ben Crump Praises Regina King for Using Emmys Platform for Breonna TaylorRegina King pulled a real-life hero move by wearing a Breonna Taylor shirt while accepting her Emmy for playing a superhero ... so says Breonna's family..
6 Louisville police officers are under internal investigation for their roles in fatal Breonna Taylor shootingThree additional officers who were at Breonna Taylor's apartment — Tony James, Michael Campbell and Michael Nobles — are also under investigation.
Police declare state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decisionSix months after her March 13 death, Taylor's case stands distinct as a high profile case without resolution.
Kentucky Republican Rep Indicted For Assaulting, Strangling Woman
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:34Published
Demonstrators protest outside Mitch McConnell's Louisville, Kentucky homeDemonstrators gather outside Sen. Mitch McConnell's home on Saturday, September 19. McConnell plans to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg Supreme Court seat.
Kentucky man traveled to Illinois with dismembered body in suitcases after homicide, police sayThe man's family unzipped his bags, and inside "to their surprise were human remains" of one female body. This is the city's 117th homicide.
You Might Like
Related videos from verified sources
Related news from verified sources
Tweets about this