In Denver, police say a man was detained Wednesday night after driving his car through a group of people protesting. The Denver Post reported that at least one person was hit near the state Capitol but she said she wasn’t badly hurt. See video of gunfire erupting. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Hours after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for Breonna Taylor’s death and protesters took to the streets, authorities said two officers were shot and wounded Wednesday night during the demonstrations expressing anger over the killings of Black people at the hands of police. The Latest: 2 officers shot, wounded amid Taylor protests Police say two officers have been shot and wounded amid a night of protests in Louisville, Kentucky, … Daily Caller publisher Neil Patel says the two reporters for the news site were peacefully doing their jobs Wednesday night but police refused to release them. The Louisville Democrat, who has served in the legislature since 2017, has pushed for legislation outlawing no-knock warrants criticized by protesters. “My wife is a Black woman and I’m a Black man. Market data provided by Factset. “We want to show the country and the world what we’re about,” Parrish-Wright said. Young said many protesters had followed police orders. Taylor was shot multiple times by officers who burst into her home on March 13 during a narcotics investigation. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. McGrath called for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release details about the evidence presented to the grand jury in the Taylor case. Andy Beshear said Thursday that “the answer to violence can never be violence.”. Some protesters were also arrested after refusing orders to disperse from roads and to walk on sidewalks, Young said. McConnell called the shootings acts of “despicable cowardice that must be met with the full force of the law.”. “We are outraged by yet another failure of the legal system,” said a statement from Free the People Rochester, an organizer of the demonstration. No further details were immediately released. Crews in yellow jackets are cleaning up around downtown Louisville on Thursday morning after protesters filled the streets the night before following a grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. Portland has been gripped by protests for four months since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. About 100 demonstrators have gathered in Louisville, defying a ncurfew and nearby police in riot gear, marking a second night of protests after Wednesday's grand jury decision. Police in riot gear could be seen blocking nearby streets. Police blocked roads as they marched. No police officers were directly charged by a grand jury in the fatal shooting of Taylor. Thirteen were arrested. Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said the two officers are “doing well and will survive their injuries.” Maj. Aubrey Gregory was shot in the hip and was treated and released from the hospital. Multiple officers were injured and one was struck in the head with a baseball bat, cracking his helmet. Video showed crews sweeping up garbage and putting it into garbage trucks. Beshear said the president offered federal assistance if needed, but says they agreed at the time that the city and state had “appropriate levels” of law enforcement on the scene. Louisville has been the site of over 100 days of protests, which began when police released the 911 call by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend in late May. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Protesters took to the streets nationwide for a fifth day Sunday after a Kentucky grand jury declined to indict officers for the March 13 death of Breonna Taylor. WLKY News Louisville is your source for the latest local headlines and live alerts. There was no immediate signs of a confrontation. Police in Seattle made 13 arrests as authorities said people smashed windows and spray painted buildings. Democratic Gov. The group said on Instagram early Thursday that it was inviting people to the protest. Rose Henderson says McGrath’s appearance was “all about politics and cameras.”. Somebody has to be held accountable.’” Protesters also gathered outside the Chicago Police Department headquarters. The Kentucky Republican on Thursday called on the state’s governor and Louisville’s mayor, both Democrats, to take “every necessary step” to secure peace in the state’s largest city. It was the second night of protests over a grand jury decision in the killing of Taylor, a Black woman shot in a police raid gone wrong. The latest demonstrations erupted after the announcement Wednesday that no police officers had been directly charged in the fatal shooting of Taylor.