A woman chained to a dog house rallied in Frankfort against Kentucky's animal chain laws. Amira Thayne said Kentucky needed to better protect animals by banning animal chains. The stop in Frankfort was part of her 'Dogs Deserve Better' campaign.
After an online video promoting Senator Mitch McConnell's campaign mistakenly showed a clip of Duke's basketball players rejoicing over a national championship, McConnell's team is now trying to reconcile the use of another basketball clip.
When someone buys medicine with pseudoephedrine and sells it to someone so they can make meth, it's called "smurfing." Look for signs to go up at pharmacy counters to alert customers that smurfing can lead to jail sentences.