Alochol Bans & Hospital Fights? Possibility City!

Statements have been released from the two healthcare giants in regards to a legal battle. [WDRB]

So… Michael McFarlane of Prospect is maybe planning to run against John Yarmuth? Rumor has it he’s telling folks he can waste $2 million on the race. [3rd District Funtimes Failures?]

This just has terrible and sad written all over it. [WLKY]

After weeks of fiery rhetoric and legal maneuvering, Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville medical leaders have agreed to meet in hopes of ironing out a dispute over Kosair Children’s Hospital. [C-J/AKN]

A two-state board that delayed setting tolls for new Ohio River bridges between Louisville and southern Indiana is meeting to consider the matter again on Wednesday in Louisville. [WHAS11]

You’ll pee yourself a little bit when reading these social media rules from Gannett. Easily 99% of A Kentucky Newspaper’s folks are in violation. [Jim Romenesko]

The father of a 17-year-old from Ohio whose car was found abandoned on a Bullitt County hillside pleaded for help in the search for his son Tuesday. [WAVE3]

With the twist of a switch, Gov. Steve Beshear and Gruppo Campari CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz officially started Wild Turkey’s new $43 million bottling and packaging line. [H-L]

That proposed alcohol sales ban is still the dumbest thing we’ve heard in months. Several Louisville residents are pushing for a wet-dry vote related to liquor sales at Fourth Street Live. [Business First]

Americans will commemorate the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with solemn ceremonies and pledges to not forget the nearly 3,000 killed when hijacked jetliners crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field. [HuffPo]

Work officially began Tuesday on a new park in Jeffersonville that officials view as the gateway to a new era of economic development and an enhanced quality of life. [News & Tribune]