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FRANKFORT, KY (WTVQ)- The eyes of the country are on the state capitol in Frankfort. Hundreds gathered to pressure Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron...
Protesters say they're still hurt by racist comments made during a Urban County Council Zoom call Wednesday.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder held a later than usual press conference Monday night after protests turned violent in Louisville in ways they haven't since they started about three weeks ago.
Lexington Police say 20-protesters were arrested Saturday night, including three sisters who have organized many of the demonstrations.
Saturday morning began with a 3 mile march and ended with a community discussion with Mayor Linda Gorton and other panelists.
Several LGBTQ groups joined Lexington protests Thursday night in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
A man was assaulted Saturday night during racial justice protests in Lexington.
Protestors says Cheapside Park needs to be renamed because it was a popular slave auction site in Lexington.
A candlelight vigil Saturday night in Morehead supported "people of color victimized by police brutality and systemic racism".
Over 100 people gathered Saturday afternoon in Richmond for the first major rally there since George Floyd's death in Minnesota almost two weeks ago.
A rainy Thursday night didn't stop protestors from taking to the streets of downtown Lexington.
The family of a Louisville man killed in a clash with law enforcement says he was protecting his restaurant amid chaos caused when officers began pelting people with pepper balls.
Some Louisville Police officers walked out on the mayor to express their frustration amid demonstrations in the city over police interactions with African Americans.
A 19-year-old arrested after Monday's protest in Lexington was back out downtown Wednesday night protesting once again as police look for more people involved in the assault he was arrested for.
Protestors marched in downtown Lexington for the sixth night in a row.
A peaceful protest was held Tuesday night in downtown Danville as demonstrators called for an end to racial injustice, police brutality, racism and discrimination in America.
Accused of trying to incite disruptive group
Gov. Beshear has asked footage be released as soon as possible
Attorney Ben Crump announced plans to commission the family's own autopsy.
Someone in crowd fired first, police returned