Protester are expected to lead a march through downtown Louisville for the 122nd consecutive day on Saturday as part of another demonstration this week after the decision in the shooting investigation.A large march is set to start at 6 p.m. in Jefferson Square, a place of solitude for the protesters. Downtown streets are barricaded and National Guard is on hand.Here’s a look at updates Saturday evening:5:00 p.m. – Mayor Greg Fischer and LMPD officials are holding a press conference regarding the city’s response to today’s march.

Protester are expected to lead a march through downtown Louisville for the 122nd consecutive day on Saturday as part of another demonstration this week after the decision in the shooting investigation.

A large march is set to start at 6 p.m. in Jefferson Square, a place of solitude for the protesters. Downtown streets are barricaded and National Guard is on hand.

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Here’s a look at updates Saturday evening:

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5:00 p.m. – Mayor Greg Fischer and LMPD officials are holding a press conference regarding the city’s response to today’s march.

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