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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.

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Kentucky Officer Stabbed in the Face During Altercation with Suspect

An officer with the Owensboro (KY) Police Department who was stabbed in the face by a subject during an altercation on Sunday afternoon is expected to recover from what were termed by the agency as non-life-threatening injuries.

Louisville Pays Record Breaking $12 million to the Family of Breonna Taylor

The city of Louisville will pay a record-breaking $12 million to the family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old woman fatally shot by police in her apartment earlier this year.

Oprah Buys Billboard Ads Demanding Arrest of Officers Involved in Breonna Taylor Shooting

Winfrey’s billboards, which began going up on Thursday and are scheduled to all be in place by Monday, read: “Demand that the police involved in killing Breonna Taylor be arrested and charged. Visit UntilFreedom.com.”

Kentucky Officer in Fatal OIS to be Fired by Department

An officer with the Louisville (KY) Police Department will reportedly be fired on Friday after his involvement in the fatal shooting of a woman at her apartment earlier this year.

Father of Fallen Louisville Officer Criticizes Elected Officials for Lack of Leadership

An officer who is now retired from the Louisville Metro Police Department has expressed frustration with elected leaders in that city as well as agency command staff for what he calls "inadequate" leadership amid ongoing protests following the shooting death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor in late May.

Louisville Prohibits No-Knock Warrants

"In the aftermath of the tragic killing of Breonna Taylor, it is clear that the danger of these type of warrants pose to civilians and police officers is greater than their benefit," Mayor Greg Fischer said.

Protesters Protect Solo Louisville Officer from Angry Mob

“Why are you guys protecting him?” Lee said the angry crowd yelled.

Louisville Mayor Fires LMPD Chief Steve Conrad Amid Civil Unrest

After four consecutive nights of protests, rioting, and civil unrest, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Monday announced that LMPD Chief Steve Conrad has been fired.

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Kentucky Officer Dragged by Vehicle from Traffic Stop

A Kentucky man is facing several charges—including attempted murder of a police officer—after attempting to escape from a traffic stop late Tuesday.