Breonna Taylor

One of the grand jurors responsible for the weak indictment against a Louisville police officer involved in Breonna Taylor's killing suggested Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron lied during his presentation of the case.

Kenneth Walker, the grief-stricken boyfriend of Breonna Taylor shared his thoughts in his first national TV interview since Taylor’s death at the hands of the Louisville Metro Police Department on March 13.

Steve Conrad, who was fired over the summer after the police shooting death of restaurant owner Daniel McAtee, was incorrectly informed that Taylor was in possession of a rifle.

Activist Tamika Mallory called in to the Get Up Church today with an update on the Breonna Taylor case and what's happening in Louisville, KY.

The Breonna Taylor grand jury transcript will be released after a member of the grand jury filed a motion accusing the Kentucky attorney general of possibly distorting the truth (aka lying).

Breonna Taylor's former neighbor whose apartment was also hit by the same police gunfire that resulted in a weak indictment of a fired cop is wondering why the shots that ripped through his home weren't factored into last week's charges.

Protests erupted across the U.S. after a weak indictment or wanton endangerment in the police shooting of Breonna Taylor. The anger and frustration spilled over into the streets of various cities, turning violent at times.

The announcement comes more than six months after Taylor's death.

Her mother, boyfriend and witnesses are set to be interviewed.