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UPDATE: Corbin man who bit off girlfriend's finger vows never to drink again


A Corbin man is facing one count of first-degree assault for allegedly biting off the tip of his girlfriend’s finger during a alcohol-fueled domestic dispute on Christmas Eve.

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin Police give response breakdown for 2009

Corbin Police stay busy while on duty but aren’t overwhelmed. That is how Chief David Campbell summed up the efforts of his 22 officers and eight dispatchers in responding to the 18,441 calls the department received in 2009.

Police arrest four for meth lab at Corbin apartment complex

A 19-month-old is in the custody of social services after Corbin Police found the child in a home where four individuals were allegedly cooking methamphetamine.

Animal rights group wants to erect own Colonel Sanders statue in downtown Corbin

While efforts are continuing to erect a bronze statue of Corbin’s most famous citizen, Colonel Harland Sanders, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wants to use a different medium to erect its own monument to the Colonel — chicken feces.

Three busted for meth, pot at Corbin apartment

Corbin Police arrested three people on drug-related charges after finding methamphetmaine and marijuana Tuesday in an apartment on Wilson Street.

North Corbin tobacco store damaged by blaze Tuesday night


West Knox Firefighters were called to the Discount Tobacco Patch on U.S. 25 in north Corbin about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night after several passers-by reported smoke pouring from the building.

Corbin man dies Saturday after minivan falls on him

A north Corbin man was killed Saturday evening when his Ford minivan fell on top of him as he was trying to change a tire.

EXTRA CONTENT: Kentucky Education Commissioner expected to rule on reciprocal agreement dispute in early March

Both sides have officially submitted their arguments, and Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is expected to render a decision on the reciprocal agreement dispute between Corbin Independent Schools and Knox County Schools by the first week of March.

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin, Knox schools file flurry of arguments in advance of reciprocal agreement decision

Even though Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is expected to render a decision on the reciprocal agreement dispute between Corbin Independent Schools and Knox County Schools by March 3, the matter is still expected to be far from settled.

Corbin woman pleads not guilty to charges she suffocated newborn, threw it in prison trash can


A Corbin woman accused of killing her newborn baby by stuffing paper its mouth and dumping its body in a trash can at Roederer Correctional Complex in LaGrange, is in custody at the Oldham County Detention Center on a $2.5 million bond