A charter bus carrying a group of students from a Louisville, Kentucky high school to Eastern Kentucky University crashes on the return trip to Louisville, injuring 35 people in all.
Over 500 people march at Tyler Park in Louisville to march in the name of Breonna Taylor. Rep. John Yarmuth, State Rep. Charles Booker, Kentucky State Senator Morgan McGarvey, and Louisville Urban League President Sadiqa Reynolds speak at the Tyler Park protest.
A grand jury in Louisville, Kentucky, indicts former police officer Brett Hankison on felony charges of wanton endangerment for firing into a neighboring apartment, but no officers are charged directly with Breonna Taylor's death. A large police presence is seen in Louisville as protests continue.
The city of Louisville, Kentucky, settles a wrongful death lawsuit with the family of Breonna Taylor, who was killed in a raid on her apartment by police in March. Her family will receive $12 million and several police reforms will also be enacted in the city as part of the agreement.
At least 64 people were arrested in Louisville, Kentucky as crowds marched over the death of Breonna Taylor. The protests were peaceful until a group of demonstrators "crossed several intersections, creating dangerous situations as traffic continued to try to make its way in the area," claimed Robert Schroeder, interim chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department.
Police and National Guard troops open fire on a group of protesters after allegedly being fired upon in Louisville, Kentucky, resulting in the death of David McAtee, a local barbecue shop owner. An investigation is ongoing, while the LMPD Chief has been fired, as the officers involved in the shooting did not have their body cameras turned on.
U.S. President Donald Trump's lawyers tell a federal court, in a case alleging negligence and incitement to riot during a 2016 campaign rally in Louisville, Kentucky, that he is "immune from suit because he is President of the United States." A lawyer for the plaintiffs responds that, in "Clinton v. Jones", the Supreme Court found the president could be sued for events that occurred before he took office.
In the Louisville community of St. Matthews, Kentucky, US, disruptive behavior by a crowd of up to 2,000 teenagers and young adults, including numerous fights and unconfirmed reports of gunshots fired, causes Mall St. Matthews, one of the largest shopping malls in the state, to close early. Despite the unrest, no arrests were made and only minor injuries were reported.