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Mayor And LMPD Say Video Shows David McAtee Fired First

City officials on Tuesday afternoon released surveillance video footage they said appeared to show that David McAtee, the man shot and killed by law enforcement early Monday, fired a gun before he was shot.

Mayor Greg Fischer said he showed …

After Curfew, Mood Changes On Fifth Night Of Louisville Protests

This is a developing story and has been updated.

Protesters are marching again in Louisville for a fifth consecutive night, demanding justice for Black people killed by police. They began the early evening downtown and, around 8 p.m., began to

PHOTOS: A Moment To Breathe At Vigil For David McAtee

For a minute and a half, a crowd of hundreds fell silent with their fists raised in the air as the family of David McAtee viewed his body, still at the same location where he was shot to death by …

Police Move On Protesters Prior To Curfew On Fourth Night Of Unrest

In a fourth consecutive night of protests in Louisville, hundreds filled Jefferson Square Park downtown shortly before the city’s temporary 9 p.m. curfew went into effect. The demonstrators were protesting the killing of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor in March by Louisville …

7 Shot During Downtown Louisville Protest Over Breonna Taylor’s Death

Seven people were shot, leaving at least one in critical condition, during a protest Thursday evening in downtown Louisville over the death of Breonna Taylor.

Louisville Metro Police Department spokesperson Alicia Smiley said police made some arrests, but she couldn’t …

May 19 2020 KY Primary Election

This is the primary election where each party will select it’s nominee for the US Presidency and other offices. These are closed, in that the voters participating can only vote within the party that they have registered with.

To be …

Coronavirus Day 47: A Snapshot Of Life In Louisville

Wednesday, April 22: The spring announced itself with warmth and sunlight as the planet celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. But many spent the day indoors, with storefronts shuttered, more than 3,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and tens of …

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