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Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recordings Released

"We knocked on the door, said 'police,' waited I don’t know 10 or 15 seconds. Knocked again, said 'police,' waited even longer,” Louisville police Lt. Shawn Hoover said in an interview recorded March 13, the same date Taylor was shot, and later played for the grand jury.

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Kentucky Officer Shot During Protests Returns to Duty

An officer with the Louisville Police Department who was shot during riots following the grand jury ruling in the death of Breonna Taylor last week has returned to duty.

KY Lawmaker Wants to Change Legal Definition of "Rioting" After Colleague Charged with Rioting

Kentucky law currently states that participating in a riot where someone damages property is enough to face first-degree felony charges.

Louisville Man Asked for $30K to Kill Officers on Live Video

A criminal complaint said Cortez Lamont Edwards had started a livestream on Facebook September 23, holding in his possession an AR variant pistol firearm. The video allegedly shows Edwards requesting to be paid $30,000 to “shoot Louisville Metro Police Department officers on scene"

KY Legislator who Authored No-Knock Warrant Bill Arrested in Louisville Riot, Police Say She Tried to Burn Library

State Representative Attica Scott was part of a large group that was told to disperse but failed to do so. The arrest report alleges that she "caused damage at multiple locations, including setting fire to the Louisville Public Library."

Former Louisville Officer Indicted in Breonna Taylor Shooting Reports to Jail and Released

First-degree wanton endangerment is considered a Class D felony, punishable with fines of up to $10,000 and up to five years in prison.

Kentucky Governor Asks Attorney General to Release Breonna Taylor Evidence

Gov. Andy Beshear did not directly criticize or praise the grand jury's decision, but called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release as many findings in the case to the public as possible

Federal Investigation of Breonna Taylor Shooting Continues

Because the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right against unreasonable searches or seizures, the warrant process in the Taylor case could be part of the FBI review.

Breonna Taylor Shooting Ruled Justified, Officer Charged for Shots into Other Apartments

Cameron explained to the press and to a live TV audience that Mattingly and Cosgrove could not be charged with a crime over Taylor's death because they fired back at Walker in self-defense.

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With Decision on Breonna Taylor Shooting Imminent, Louisville Police Prepare for Unrest

Federal and other government buildings have been closed and some boarded up in downtown Louisville.