20 September 2021
Looters hit the Kroger on Broadway between 25th & 26th.
A man cleaning up trash at the scene told me the looters used this side door to get inside the Kroger at 26th and Broadway.
A police pursuit from campbell county ends on i-471 north of the bridge, ramp to east bound columbia parkway
Louisville police chief fired after fatal shooting of David McAtee
Police move back and leave the scene and people lock arms as they move to the spot police had been holding by the shooting scene
scene of Broadway & 26th now, where police stand by caution tape, blocking the spot where the deadly officer involved shooting happened early this morning
LMPD is shrinking the taped off perimeter around the scene right now, allowing traffic to flow through some of the crime scene
Man shot and killed by law enforcement in Louisville, Kentucky early Monday during another night of GeorgeFloyd protests in the parking lot of Dino's Food Mart, located at 26th and Broadway.
Man shot and killed by police at protest in Louisville. The station reports at least 40 people were arrested at demonstrations in Louisville Sunday night.
National Guard, LMPD fatally shoots man in Louisville after large crowd gathers and at least one shot was fired by someone in crowd near 26th & Broadway
Officers patrolling downtown Lexington.
Police shoot pepper balls at protesters walking down Broadway in Louisville
Officers making an arrest at the Shell gas station on Liberty and 1st
Louisville police shoot reporter with pepper bullets during protest on live TV
[email protected] still live on Facebook. Says he heard a dispatch call of shots fired on 9th and Broadway
Kentucky governor has called on the National Guard to help keep the peace in Louisville after a night of violent protests over #GeorgeFlyod death
Louisiville: this is the scene on 6th street between Market and Main Street. Loud bangs continue in the area. Police making their way to this area. #BreonnaTaylor @WLKY
1 year ago
Fires and flashbangs in downtown Louisville, @KatrinaWDRB and @WDRBNews' Scott Reynolds report. Katrina and Scott coughing from tear gas fired from police
This happened in Louisville tonight. An officer fired pepper balls at a news crew
Fires burning in toppled over trash cans at 6th between Main and Market @WDRBNews
Some protesters are throwing water bottles at police in downtown Louisville, while officers are responding with tear gas. @KatrinaWDRB
Video: police opening fire on the press in Louisville KY
Protesters on the ground with their hands up, shouting "I can't breathe." — a phrase said by GeorgeFloyd before his death. ⁦@WDRBNews⁩
People are gathering at 6th and Jefferson in downtown Louisville, holding signs demanding justice as passing cars honk in support. @WDRBNews
In downtown Louisville where hundreds of protesters gathered last night demanding justice for Breonna Taylor who was shot & killed in her home by police in March. What started as a peaceful protest ended with 7 shot
4 wheeler accident outside of Corydon, KY. Male riding on 4 wheeler wrecked into a ditch on GreenLick Rd. Airlifted to an Evansville hospital with unknown injuries. HCSO investigating cause. Henderson Rescue and Corydon FD on scene1 year ago
4 wheeler accident outside of Corydon, KY. Male riding on 4 wheeler wrecked into a ditch on GreenLick Rd. Airlifted to an Evansville hospital with unknown injuries. HCSO investigating cause. Henderson Rescue and Corydon FD on scene
At least one person is in critical condition. A spokesman says no officers fired their service weapons and that there were "some arrests."
At least seven people were injured in Louisville as protesters turned out to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, a black woman fatally shot by police in her home in March
Seven people shot in Louisville during protests over death of Breonna Taylor
NOW: Police moving back protestors in Louisville @WHAS11
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