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By Will Weissert, Tom Davies, Associated Press
Louisville released police body camera video of the shooting that left five people dead and eight others injured. Police said the gunman legally bought the AR-15 style rifle used in the attack just six days ago. Democrats representing Louisville called…
By Geoff Bennett, Courtney Norris, Ali Schmitz
Body camera video shows Louisville police officers being fired upon as they arrive at the bank where five people were killed and the harrowing minutes while officers confront the shooter and work to rescue a wounded colleague.
By Dylan Lovan, Rebecca Reynolds, Associated Press
The shooter who killed five people at a Louisville bank legally bought the weapon he used a week ago, police said Tuesday.
Tributes were growing Monday for the five people slain in a shooting at a Louisville bank, with friends sharing details of their lives and mourners gathering at vigils. Details were also emerging about some of the wounded.
By Claire Galofaro, Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press
By Lisa Desjardins, Alexis Cox
Yet another American city has joined the seemingly endless list of places impacted by mass killings at the hands of a gunman. This time, it's Louisville, Kentucky, where four victims were killed and nine others injured, including two police officers.
By Dylan Lovan, Claire Galofaro, Associated Press
A Louisville bank employee armed with a rifle opened fire at his workplace Monday morning, killing four people — including a close friend of Kentucky's governor — while livestreaming the attack on Instagram, authorities said.
By Geoff Bennett, Courtney Norris, Shoshana Dubnow
The U.S. Justice Department issued a damning review of the Louisville Police Department in Kentucky on Wednesday in the wake of Breonna Taylor's fatal shooting nearly three years ago. The findings lay out a pattern of abuses against Black citizens…
By Associated Press
The U.S. Justice Department has found Louisville police have engaged in a pattern of violating constitutional rights following an investigation prompted by the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.
By Dylan Lovan, Associated Press
A former Louisville police detective who helped write the warrant that led to the deadly police raid at Breonna Taylor's apartment has pleaded guilty to a federal charge.
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