Louisville police have fired two detectives, one who shot Breonna Taylor and another who sought the warrant that led to the deadly raid.
Timothy Browning stunned fans after a relative filmed him standing in his driveway wearing nothing but a white bathrobe, socks, slippers and a hat, recreating Cousin Eddie from the iconic holiday movie "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."
At least one of three snow leopards living at the Louisville Zoo has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans.
A former US Postal Service worker is accused of dumping over 100 absentee ballots into a dumpster instead of delivering them to voters on his route. If convicted, he faces up to 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Louisville police have released details of the investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
The evidence heard by a Kentucky grand jury in the police killing of Breonna Taylor reveals a drug raid plagued by fear and confusion.
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.
A Kentucky grand jury indicted a former police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments in the Breonna Taylor case. None of the officers were charged directly in her death.
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.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
Police leaders in Louisville, Ky. are canceling requests for days off and declared a state of emergency in preparation for an announcement in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
The City of Louisville has reached a $12 million settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor, the EMT who was fatally shot in her sleep on March 13 by officers executing a no-knock warrant, FOX News reported.
The City of Louisville has reached a settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot in her sleep on March 13 by officers executing a no-knock warrant, WAVE reported.
A lawyer for Breonna Taylor’s family says a plea deal was offered to an accused drug dealer that would have implicated Taylor in a drug operation weeks after her killing by police.
The attorney general of Kentucky extended condolences to the family of Breonna Taylor this week, meeting with them for the first time since Taylor was fatally shot by police during a drug raid in March, according to reports.
Authorities were investigating a shooting Saturday night at a park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, where demonstrators had gathered to protest the death of Breonna Taylor.
The outcry has reverberated for weeks online and at demonstrations nationwide: Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor.
One of the three police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor has officially been terminated, effective Tuesday, according to a tweet from the Louisville Metro Police Department.
Louisville, Kentucky, has banned the use of controversial “no-knock” warrants and named the new ordinance for Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by officers who burst into her home.