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Corbin man accused of hitting teen on bike is back in Laurel County

  A Corbin man who has been on the run after cutting off his home incarceration bracelet and escaping to Ohio is back in Laurel County to answer first-degree assault and other charges.

Fake $50 being passed a local stores in the tri-county area

Corbin Police, Kentucky State Police and Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are working to determine whether the same individuals are responsible for passing or attempting to pass six counterfeit $50 bills in Knox and Laurel counties Sunday and Monday.

Corbin church to build playground in honor of 'Superman Ozzy'

Oscar “Ozzy” Falkowski lived for only three months and 23 days, but one Corbin church is undertaking an effort to make sure his inspirational legacy is never forgotten.

Whitley East Elementary among elite schools in Kentucky; top ten in teaching social studies, writing

An elementary school in extreme eastern Whitley County has been identified among the top 10 in the state at educating students in writing and social studies.

Man tazed at Whitley Justice Center

The next time a Williamsburg man steps into the Whitley County Judicial Center, it will be as a criminal defendant who is accused of fighting with court security officers last week.

Corbin Planning Commission approves modified zoning changes Tuesday

A plan to changing the zoning designation for a huge chunk of land that essentially bisects the city of Corbin has been reduced in scope, Corbin’s Building Inspector said Tuesday, and may have a few more small revisions to go before it is finalized and sent to the city’s Board of Commissioners for consideration.

Surveys showed deep divide between teachers, administration at Williamsburg Schools

The results of an anonymous survey given to all licensed school-based educators in Kentucky last year showed obvious discord between teachers and administrators at the Williamsburg Independent School District — a rift both sides say they are trying hard to repair in advance of a new round of surveys that will be administered this coming March.

Man accused of shooting at police says he was trying to scare off thieves

A Corbin man accused of shooting in the vicinity of law enforcement claims he fired his shotgun in the air to scare off would-be thieves.

Police: No charges likely after child falls from second-story window

Authorities say they aren’t at this time considering criminal charges for the parents or guardians of a two-year-old that fell from a two-story window at a Corbin apartment complex and was seriously injured Monday evening.

Search for missing Whitley man ends tragically

 The search for an elderly Whitley County man, missing since early Thursday morning, ended tragically.