Breonna Taylor

 THE BUZZ! Baltimore County pays $3 million to resolve dispute with city over water bill Now here in town. There is lot of discrepancy when it comes to water bills and how much is actually owed by residents. Baltimore County who shares a drinking water and sewer system operated by the city’s public works department have […]

Former Louisville Police Officer Will Plead Guilty in Breonna Taylor Case One of the former Louisville police officers charged in the Breonna Taylor case plans to plead guilty. Detective Kelly Goodlett faces one count of conspiracy for her allegedly falsifying an affidavit to search Taylor’s apartment. A charge which she plans to plead guilty to, according […]

Episcopal Diocese of Maryland awards $175,000 in first round of reparations program Reparations, a widely discussed topic but one that never really seems to go a lot further than discussion when it comes to the African American community. Well right here in Baltimore there is one entity that is working on fulfilling its promise of […]

Still Seeking Justice: Breonna Taylor’s Mother Meets With Department Of Justice Asking For Federal Charges Against Trigger-Happy Cops It has been two years and the story and the fight for justice for Breonna Taylor is still ongoing. Believe it or not,  even with some officers being fired and another getting acquitted for his criminal charges, […]

Tennessee BLM founder sentenced to 6 years in prison for illegally voting So the Black lives Matter movement is in the headlines and this time it’s about the founder of the Tennessee chapter Pamela Moses who find herself in some trouble after voting illegally. It looks like she registered to vote even though she was […]

The upcoming criminal trial for Brett Hankison, a former Louisville police detective involved in Breonna Taylor's killing - but not charged for her killing Breonna Taylor -- will be open to the press, a Kentucky judge ruled Thursday, delivering him a legal setback.

The Buzz – Holiday Violence In US So this 4th of July weekend had more than fireworks blasting across the country as at least 233 people were killed and 618 people were injured by gun violence in more than 500 shootings across the country during the Fourth of July weekend, but what is surprising …that’s a 26% drop […]

The probe directly contradicts the actions made by law enforcement authorities, namely former Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Yvette Gentry and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

Weeks after reportedly securing a book deal regarding his involvement in Taylor's death, Officer Jonathan Mattingly plans to retire from the Louisville Metro Police Department on June 1.

A Black family based in Louisville, Kentucky, recently launched a GoFundMe in an effort to escape their collective trauma as the result of a violent no-knock raid.