A police officer in Kentucky was fired Friday over allegations that he gave a Black Lives Matter organizer information about other officers working protests that could be used to "insult, intimidate and harass."
A message written on his front door in spray paint read, "[Weres] my money," referring to the $2,000 stimulus checks that McConnell blocked this week.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical worker who was roused from her bed by police serving a narcotics warrant, “didn’t do anything to deserve a death sentence.”
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.
Brett Hankison’s plea Monday comes five days after a grand jury indicted him on three counts of “wanton endangerment” for firing into the home of Taylor’s neighbors.
"I knew the outcome would be what is. But my heart is still ripped from chest because it continues," housing advocate Carroll Fife said as she fought back tears.
During a White House press briefing, Trump praised Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron for his handling of the case.
Actor Kerry Washington urged people to vote, while actor and recording artist Common used quotes from James Baldwin to express his feelings.
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.
The grand jury announced Wednesday its decision to indict a former Louisville police officer Brett Hankinson on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree.
This year's Kentucky Derby is a surreal distillation of the crises facing the country in 2020.
A lawyer for Breonna Taylor’s family said prosecutors offered a plea deal to an accused drug trafficker that would have forced him to implicate Taylor in criminal activity after her killing by police had pushed her name to the forefront of a national reckoning on race.
Elizabeth Linscott said she got tested for COVID-19 as a precaution because she was planning to visit her parents in Michigan.
One Kentucky mayor is absolutely fed up with anyone who isn’t taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously.
The savage journal entry by the 8-year-old went viral.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul was tested a week ago for the novel coronavirus, but continued working at the Capitol because he “felt that it was highly unlikely” he was sick since had no symptoms of the illness, he said Monday. Paul also said he did not have direct contact with anyone who tested positive for the virus or was sick.
HORRIBLE: At least 15 horses were found on a site along U.S. 23 near the Floyd-Pike County line, reports say. A $500 reward is being offered for information on the shootings.
Former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin received backlash after he pardoned a man convicted of raping a child. Bevin said there was no physical evidence of a rape.