Breonna Taylor Case

  Photos, Video: Sights and sounds from Day 3 of protests

WAVE 3 News crews are all over town Saturday night, covering a third straight night of protests across Louisville.

  LMPD officer fires pepper balls at WAVE 3 News reporter, photographer during Louisville protest

Sister of Breonna Taylor posts reaction against violent protest

Beshear activates Kentucky National Guard to slow further protest violence in Louisville

  Fischer announces curfew following 2 straight nights of violence

Mayor Fischer: ‘This is not protest. It is violence’

Sights and sounds of Louisville’s second straight night of violent protests

Continued Coverage

  The quest for facts in the Breonna Taylor case includes questions about an officer’s whereabouts

  Fischer suspends no-knock warrants

3 arrested during downtown Louisville unrest

  Damage left in downtown Louisville, LMPD prepares for more protests

  ‘Please keep saying her name’ -- Breonna Taylor’s family urges peace

Louisville Urban League President: ‘Our City Is Crying’

Trump mentions Louisville when clarifying tweet about Minnesota ‘thugs’

President Donald Trump on Friday afternoon clarified a tweet from earlier in the day and in the process referenced Louisville’s violent Thursday protests.

  7 shot as Breonna Taylor supporters protest in downtown Louisville

Seven people were shot during protests that lasted into early Friday morning in downtown Louisville.

Breonna Taylor’s family joins in call for congressional hearing on police accountability

In addition to the congressional hearing, the families are also asking for the formation of national task force to deal with the issues.

Fischer says due process must play out before any possible charges against LMPD officers

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said during a town hall teleconference Thursday evening that there’s a good reason no action has been taken against the LMPD officers involved in the deadly raid on Breonna Taylor’s apartment more than two months ago.

  911 audio released from night of Breonna Taylor shooting death

  Family, activists take to Louisville Metro Hall to protest Breonna Taylor’s death

  National leaders come to Louisville to support Breonna Taylor’s family

Judge signs motion to dismiss charges against Kenneth Walker

  ‘My friend’s not a drug dealer’: Breonna Taylor’s friends, family say

Kentucky FOP president blames Louisville mayor for increase in threats, violence against police

Friends, family hold wreath laying for woman shot by LMPD

Organizers will also host another rally outside of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s office on Tuesday.

  Commonwealth Attorney drops attempted murder charge against Kenneth Walker

Still mourning his girlfriend, Kenneth Walker is now no longer charged with attempted murder of a police officer.

  Kenneth Walker’s friends say his goal was to ’protect Breonna at any cost’

Kenneth Walker’s friends say he’s facing an attempted murder charge simply because he was protecting the woman he loved.

Kenneth Walker’s attorney files motion to dismiss charge of attempted murder

The lawyer for Kenneth Walker plans to file a motion to dismiss the case against his client.

  FOP president, Metro councilwoman hold separate news conferences to talk police-community relations

The fallout from a March officer-involved shooting in Southwest Louisville continued Thursday, after a Louisville Metro councilwoman’s comments from the police encounter that claimed Breonna Taylor’s life.

  LMPD Chief Steve Conrad announces he’s leaving department

Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad is stepping down, WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters have learned.

Attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family responds to Conrad’s exit as LMPD chief

Ben Crump responded to Conrad's resignation saying it was “a step forward in the getting justice” for Taylor and her family.

  Critics call for change in LMPD policies following death of Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor’s death at the hands of LMPD officers has prompted calls for change of some department policies.

FBI announces investigation into Breonna Taylor shooting death

The FBI Louisville office announced Thursday it is opening an investigation into the deadly police shooting of Breonna Taylor.

  Attorneys, Metro Council members press LMPD for answers in Breonna Taylor shooting

On Wednesday, members of Louisville Metro Council’s Public Safety Committee held a virtual meeting with Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad and the attorneys for the family of Breonna Taylor.

LMPD gives Breonna Taylor investigation files to state, feds

The Breonna Taylor case files are now in the hands of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

Fischer announces changes to police policies regarding no-knock warrants, officer body cameras

The police shooting death of Breonna Taylor has made national headlines and prompted a large public outcry for several reasons.

  Breonna Taylor’s neighbors say they still have anxiety about deadly shooting

Breonna Taylor’s neighbors said they haven’t been the same since the deadly shooting in their apartment complex two months ago.

  Breonna Taylor’s mother, attorney demand justice in MSNBC appearances

The mother of Breonna Tayor appeared on MSNBC calling for justice after her daughters death.

  Facts: What we know about the shooting death of Breonna Taylor

The recent case of a deadly shooting by LMPD officers has gained national attention, and locally, many on social media are making varied claims about the case, and about the way local media have covered it.

Attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family releases statement about LMPD’s ‘false information’

Ben Crump, an attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family, issued a statement questioning the validity of LMPD’s justification for obtaining what is called a “no-knock warrant.”

  2 others named in Breonna Taylor police warrant faced prior drug, weapons charges

WAVE 3 News has learned more information about two of the people on the warrant that led to the deadly March shooting of Breonna Taylor.

  LMPD officers serving warrant at Breonna Taylor’s home were not wearing body cameras

According to LMPD, the three officers are part of the Criminal Interdiction Division. Some of the members of CID are not issues body cameras due to the nature of their work.

  Breonna Taylor Shooting: Officer accused of shooting through windows with blinds closed

New photographs obtained by WAVE 3 News show bullet holes and other evidence of gunfire inside Breonna Taylor's apartment.

Fischer, LMPD chief call for federal review of Breonna Taylor case

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and LMPD Chief Steve Conrad on Thursday announced they have requested the FBI and the U.S. Attorney to review the findings of the LMPD Public Integrity Unit’s investigation into the Breonna Taylor case, once it is complete.

Threats made to police as Breonna Taylor case makes national headlines

The Louisville Metro Police Department is now facing threats as the Breonna Taylor case becomes increasingly charged.

  Gun violence victim says Breonna Taylor helped him overcome his struggles

Terrell Williams said he met Breonna Taylor at the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute while he was receiving treatment following his own experience with gun violence.

  Special prosecutor requested to look into LMPD investigation of Breonna Taylor’s death

Governor Andy Beshear commented on needing to restore confidence in our justice system.

  Breonna Taylor shooting: Warrant says suspect used her apartment to hide drugs

A deadly officer-involved shooting that is gaining national attention might be linked to a drug trafficking ring, according to new documents just obtained by WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters.

Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Tom Wine requests special prosecutor for Breonna Taylor case

Jefferson County Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine has recused his office from the Breonna Taylor investigation, asking instead for a special prosecutor to be appointed to the case.

  Family, lawyers say social media played major role in bringing Breonna Taylor case to light

Breonna Taylor's family and lawyers said people often aren't made aware of accusations of police injustices against minorities until weeks or months after they happen.

Civil rights attorney in Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin cases retained by family of EMT shot, killed by LMPD officer

Breonna Taylor was shot inside a home in the 3000 block of Springfield Drive on March 13.

  Breonna Taylor was killed in ‘botched police raid,’ attorney says

The lawyer for the family of a 26-year-old woman shot and killed in her own home said Tuesday that LMPD officers are to blame for a “botched police raid.”

  Officers, suspect involved in deadly confrontation identified

Three LMPD officers were identified Friday, hours after being fired upon while trying to serve a search warrant.

Coroner identifies woman shot and killed in officer-involved shooting

The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office revealed the identity Sunday evening of the woman shot and killed inside a home on Springfield Drive in the middle of an officer-involved shooting.

  Here’s what’s in the personnel files of 3 LMPD officers involved in Breonna Taylor shooting

Personnel records for the three LMPD officers involved in the deadly shooting of a woman inside her home show reprimands and commendations.

  Mayor Fischer defends LMPD chief in Breonna Taylor death investigation

Fischer said the investigation into Breonna Taylor's death is almost complete.

  Neighbors describe chaos from the morning Breonna Taylor was killed

Breonna Taylor’s neighbors on Friday described the drama that unfolded on their street back in March when LMPD officers engaged her boyfriend in a gun battle, leaving the 26-year-old dead in her own apartment.