Louisville Metro Police Department

Louisville Metro Department of Corrections officer Turhan Knight was fired over a video mocking Breonna Taylor's death.

The upcoming criminal trial for Brett Hankison, a former Louisville police detective involved in Breonna Taylor's killing - but not charged for her killing Breonna Taylor -- will be open to the press, a Kentucky judge ruled Thursday, delivering him a legal setback.

The city of Louisville has agreed to pay $75,000 to a Black couple—Anthony Parker Sr. and his then-fiancé Demetria Firman, who were pulled over in 2018 for failing to use a turn signal, despite body-cam footage showing they had used their turning signal—under the condition that they don't talk bad about police.

If racism is a public health crisis, then the Louisville Metro Police Department is a tumor. And a tumor can't cure itself.

A Kentucky district attorney found that the police and national guardsman shooting death of David McAtee, a legally armed Black man, was justified and will not result in any criminal charges.

The probe directly contradicts the actions made by law enforcement authorities, namely former Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Yvette Gentry and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

Weeks after reportedly securing a book deal regarding his involvement in Taylor's death, Officer Jonathan Mattingly plans to retire from the Louisville Metro Police Department on June 1.

Louisville Police Cheif Erika Shields took an unexpected tack in response to the news that the U.S. Department of Justice was launching an investigation into her department.

From the poorly planned release of his engagement photos to the release of the grand jury tapes, it's apparent that Cameron is only invested in securing and upholding the idea of whiteness.

Det. Joshua Jaynes and Det. Myles Cosgrove will officially be terminated after receiving notice of the LMPD's impending decision last week.

Tamika Palmer ran a full-page ad in The Washington Post directed at President-elect Joe Biden, urging for police reform and accountability at the state and federal level.

Smith is the second activist following the shooting of Hazma 'Travis' Nagdy, to be murdered in the wake of Breonna Taylor demonstrations and a surge of gun violence in the city.