Police

An attorney for the reelection campaign made the request for ex-officers to work shifts in what he called a "problem" area. The state pushes back with a warning.
Walter Wallace Jr. was shot to death by police after his family reportedly called for an ambulance to get him help with a mental health crisis.
Two anonymous jurors spoke to CBS's Gayle King about the hurdles in deliberating the case over the Louisville police killing of the 26-year-old Black woman.
“They’re not helping my family, they’re showing disrespect,” Wallace Sr. said. His son, who shared his name, was shot dead by officers on Monday.
The Democratic presidential candidate and vice presidential nominee mourned the death of Walter Wallace Jr., “another Black life in America lost.”
One officer was hospitalized with a broken leg after she was struck by a pickup truck during the unrest, authorities said.
A cop shot Tafara Williams and her boyfriend, Marcellis Stinnette, during a traffic stop, wounding Williams and killing Stinnette.
"He was in full uniform with the mask and a gun. That’s voter intimidation,” said Miami-Dade Democratic Party chair Steve Simeonidis.
The Black woman was shot by white officers in her home in Louisville, Kentucky. None of the officers involved was charged in her death.
The Board of Supervisors' unanimous vote will let people sue those who call the police for discriminatory reasons.