New Breonna Taylor mural at Lannan Park vandalized Saturday, Jun 12 2021 

Photos posted by Antonio Taylor, a member of Louisville's Civilian Review Board, show tire marks on several spots. The mural was unveiled June 4.


Feds charge LMPD officer for violation of constitutional rights, department files pre-termination Thursday, Jun 10 2021 

Officer Cory Evans is charged for an alleged incident where he struck a person in the back of the head with a riot stick while they were surrendering for arrest.


‘Praise in the Park’ event honors Breonna Taylor on her birthday Saturday, Jun 5 2021 

The Breonna Taylor Foundation brought a large crowd to the Big Four Lawn on Saturday for an event called “Praise in the Park."


Breonna Taylor mural unveiled in Lannan Park in honor of her birthday weekend Friday, Jun 4 2021 

The mural was created by Maryland-based artist Comacell Brown and is located at the newly renovated basketball court at Lannan Park.


Police Merit Board holds first hearing for fired LMPD Det. Joshua Jaynes who obtained Breonna Taylor warrant Thursday, Jun 3 2021 

Jaynes was fired for his role in obtaining the search warrant for the raid on Breonna Taylor's apartment where she was later killed in a police shooting in Mar. 2020


Grand Rapids community celebrates Breonna Taylor Way months after dedication Sunday, May 30 2021 

"This is the city that she was born in. It's so important that there's something here to signify her."


‘We still care’ | Louisville activists mark 1 year since protests started over police shooting of Breonna Taylor Friday, May 28 2021 

"I wouldn't be out here if I wasn't hopeful," Breonna Taylor's aunt Bianca Austin said. "I'm determined is what I am so we're going to get justice for Breonna."


Activists reflect on George Floyd’s lasting impact on Louisville Tuesday, May 25 2021 

Days after Floyd was killed by police in Minneapolis one year ago, protesters took to the streets of Louisville calling on justice for Breonna Taylor.


18 member search warrant task force created after LMPD officers shot, killed Breonna Taylor Friday, May 7 2021 

The representatives include members of the judiciary, legislators, law enforcement, prosecutors, the Public Advocate, local officials, a representative of the NAACP.


‘No officers should have fired’: What investigators say about raid at Breonna Taylor’s apartment in newly released files Friday, May 7 2021 

In one of the files obtained by WHAS11, Sergeant Andrew Meyer concluded that not a single officer who was in Taylor's home should have fired their weapon.


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