A timeline of events related to the death of Breonna Taylor

FILE - Protesters participate in the Good Trouble Tuesday march for Breonna Taylor, on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020, in Louisville, Ky.  A lawyer for Breonn...

FILE - Protesters participate in the Good Trouble Tuesday march for Breonna Taylor, on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020, in Louisville, Ky. A lawyer for Breonn...

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Here is a timeline of events that began with the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman whose killing by police in her home in Kentucky has encouraged a national reckoning on race:

— March 13: Officers serving a narcotics warrant fatally shoot Taylor in her home in Louisville, Kentucky.

— March 13, hours later: Police announce the arrest of Kenneth Walker in the wounding of an officer during an exchange of gunfire; Taylor is left unidentified at the news conference, described as “an unresponsive woman who was later pronounced dead.”

— March, April: The shooting stays out of the headlines as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads in the U.S.

— April 27, Taylor's family files wrongful death lawsuit against police department and city, challenging the police narrative.

— May 13: Top Louisville prosecutor Tom Wine recuses himself from reviewing police investigation, Attorney General Daniel Cameron named as special prosecutor.

— May 22: Prosecutors announce they will drop attempted murder charges against Walker, who shot at officers in his girlfriend's home.

— May 28: Walker's anguished 911 call is released, three days after the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minnesota, sparking large protests in Louisville.

— May 29: Mayor Greg Fischer suspends use of no-knock warrants by Louisville police.

— June 1: Fischer fires Police Chief Steve Conrad after officers failed to turn on body cameras in shooting of barbecue cook David McAtee during protests in Louisville.

— June 11: Louisville Metro Council unanimously passes “Breonna’s Law” which bans use of no knock warrants.

— June 14: Pop star Beyoncé writes Attorney General Daniel Cameron, urging him to charge police officers.

— June 23: Officer Brett Hankison, one of 3 officers who fired shots the night of Taylor's death, is fired for “blindly” firing into Taylor’s apartment.

— June 25: Celebrities join hundreds of demonstrators outside state Capitol calling on Cameron to charge officers.

— June 28: Photographer Tyler Gerth is fatally shot at site of ongoing protests in downtown Louisville.

— July 14: Protesters are arrested for demonstrating on Cameron’s front lawn.

— Aug. 12: Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, meets with Cameron.

— Sept. 5: Hundreds peacefully protest outside Kentucky Derby, urging Cameron to criminally charge the officers.

— Sept. 7: Fischer names Yvette Gentry, first Black woman to lead Louisville Police department, as interim chief beginning Oct. 1.

— Sept. 9: Cameron is included on President Donald Trump's shortlist of Supreme Court candidates.

— Sept. 15: City announces civil settlement providing Taylor’s family with $12 million and promising police reforms.

— Sept. 22: Louisville police set up blockades downtown in anticipation of Cameron’s announcement.