Advocates for sex offenders who need medical care say a state law that requires them to have a legal residence to go to before they're released from prison is keeping them behind bars because they can't find places to live.
Like many dads, when his spouse is traveling out of town, Greg Bourke takes on the role of single parent, shuttling their two teenagers to basketball practice and other activities while working a full-time job. But Bourke has an extra worry when his husband, Michael DeLeon, is away.
There's tea and soft drinks but no bourbon on the drink menu at the Jim Beam Distillery restaurant in central Kentucky. That could change if a bill winding through the Kentucky General Assembly becomes law.