The state of emergency begins immediately and will last until further notice, the Louisville police chief said in a Monday memo.
The Louisville Metro Police Department and the protesters' attorney offered different narratives on whether the protester was defending herself or endangering those around her.
McAtee's mother and niece are reportedly listed as plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky National Guard and two Louisville police officers.
The impassioned pro-police group saw several dozen members march across Jeffersontown, calling on residents to encourage and support their local police officers.
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
Copies of the KKK's Crusader newspaper have been distributed in a Louisville neighborhood after appearing in Boyd County in June.
Breonna Taylor protesters were confronted by an armed militia in downtown Louisville, and the LMPD presence was notably missing.
The Not F***ing Around Coalition pick "stategic date" of September 5 to once again demand justice for Breonna Taylor.
An angry customer posted images of the manager online after he allegedly refused to kick out a physically violent customer.
Oprah Winfrey has launched a billboard campaign to demand justice for Breonna Taylor by erecting 26 billboards.
The group's leader, The Real Grandmaster Jay, said they have been left with "no choice" but to hold armed formations in Louisville.
Police dispatch logs show that officers neither rendered nor called for medical attention after shooting Taylor five times.
The force was reported to be paying an average of $170,000 a day towards offiicer's overtime.
"The citizens of this community, including members of this Metro Council, have been very upset with the perceived lack of transparency by the city," said committee chair Brent Ackerson said. "It's our intention, as a committee, to formally begin an investigation."
A man was killed and another person was injured in a shooting at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville.
The Kentucky Exposition Center was the only polling place available for registered voters in the county which encompasses Louisville, a city with 600,000 residents.
"I am alarmed and stunned you used deadly force in this fashion," Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Robert Schroeder wrote in a letter announcing his intention to terminate Officer Brett Hankison.
Protesters have demanded that criminal charges be brought against the officers involved in Taylor's fatal shooting on March 13.
"We marched to his house this morning as the sun was rising and were there to demand that he wake up and start serving the people of Kentucky and people around this country," said Stevie O'Hanlon, communications director for the Sunrise Movement.
"This administration simply believes it is above the law," attorneys for Breonna Taylor's family said in a press release.
The incident in downtown Louisville occurred as protesters used construction signs to block traffic nearby.
"This is one of many critical steps on police reform that we've taken to create a more peaceful, just, compassionate and equitable community," Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher wrote on Thursday.
Liquor Barn apologized for the incident and said the employee responsible for turning the woman away and the store's general manager had been fired.
"I recognize that the process takes longer than we all want, but this is what must be done to ensure a thorough and fair investigation," Acting Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder said Wednesday.
Mayor Greg Fischer said in a statement that he understands their actions and it does not change his appreciation for the police force.
Restaurant owner David McAtee was known for providing free food at neighborhood events for at least 15 years, according to one Kentucky local.
Body cameras worn by the officers reportedly had been deactivated, leaving no footage of the incident, said Louisville Mayor Gary Fischer on Monday.
Several cities, including Washington, D.C., Denver and Phoenix, have imposed curfews amid violent protests erupting across the country.
Louisville police said officers had been trying to clear a "large crowd" from a parking lot when the shooting occurred at around 12.15 a.m.
News anchors in the WAVE studio commenting off screen said, "They're shooting at our crew," as Louisville Metro Police Department patrolled the street.