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Car runs off slick roadway, almost hits house

  A Corbin woman had a close call but was uninjured when her car hit a slick spot on Scuffletown Road, slid off the road and almost struck a house.

Gray man facing robbery charge in attempt to steal meat

 It could be described as, “grand theft – meat,” but when a Gray man allegedly started hitting and choking Save-a-Lot employees, who tried to stop him from fleeing the store with a roll of hamburger and a pork tenderloin Wednesday afternoon, it upped the charge to robbery.

Felony charges dismissed against Tristan Hall

  A Corbin man, who was charged with allegedly trying to hire a hit man through an Internet message board to kill someone nearly three years ago and who allegedly tried to intimidate a former prosecutor in his case, has now had all felony charges against him dismissed.

Knox deputy finds meth during traffic stop

  A Gray man was arrested Thursday morning after Knox County Sheriff’s deputies reportedly found two plastic bags containing suspected methamphetamine on his person.

Abandoned home destroyed by fire

  An abandoned home on Collins Lane was destroyed by fire Tuesday night.

Tourism Commission deadlocked over paying train movers extra $10,000

A decision on whether the Corbin Tourism Commission will pay Wasatch Railroad Group an additional $10,000 for moving L&N 2132, along with its coal tender and a caboose from Bainbridge, Ga. to Corbin remains up in the air as the vote on the matter ended in a 3-3 deadlock Tuesday night.

Corbin mother arrested for biting her teen daughter

A Corbin mother is being held in the Knox County Detention Center after allegedly biting her teenager.

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul to host town hall meeting in Corbin next Wednesday

After ending his U.S. presidential campaign following a fifth-place finish in the Iowa Caucus last week, U.S. Senator Rand Paul R-KY is focusing on his current job as Kentucky’s junior senator with a series of town hall stops in southeastern Kentucky next week.

Local Silver Star recipient leaves behind impressive military legacy

Before he was a veteran employee at Whayne Supply, or a veteran student at the University of the Cumberlands, Corbin native Gary Keith Harris was a decorated veteran of the U.S. Army

Williamsburg native Eugene Siler picked as Leader of the Year

A federal judge and U.S. Navy veteran has been selected as Leadership Tri-County's 2016 Leader of the Year.