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A new phone app, is changing the way you get important information from sheriff’s departments. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is the first Kentuckiana agency on board. [WDRB]

Craft distillers are breaking into Kentucky’s billion-dollar bourbon industry. [NBC News]

Kentucky transportation officials met in Frankfort on Friday to review an investment grade study that predicts how much toll revenue would be necessary to fund their share of the project. [WHAS11]

Is Cincinnati’s airport the best in the United States? In the grand days of railroad travel, passengers arrived in monumental terminals. [NPR]

Transit Authority of River City service generally stacks up fairly well in new opinion surveys, but many passengers say shelters should have more benches and better lighting and tend to complain about crowding on some coaches. [C-J/AKN]

One person was rushed to the hospital after an early morning shooting in south Louisville. [WLKY]

Lexington’s 21c Museum Hotel will take longer and cost more than anticipated, but it is coming, executives say. [H-L]

Possibility City! According to Metrosafe dispatchers, a man who climbed a 40 foot crane near the Extreme Park downtown came down Sunday night. [WAVE3]

Bobby Russell received HIV treatments for almost eight years before receiving a shocking diagnosis: He never actually had the virus that causes AIDS. [H-L]

The New Albany Human Rights and Ethics Commissions were established by the city more than a year ago, but to date, neither have heard cases. [News & Tribune]

There will soon be a new market garden in Louisville’s Portland neighborhood, made possible by the purchase of property bought from the city’s Land Bank Authority. [WFPL]

A long-delayed study released Friday by a state agency says that previously targeted toll rates should be enough to support Kentucky’s remaining share of Ohio River Bridges Project costs. [News & Tribune]