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BREAKING NEWS: Assault, sex-related charges dropped against former WCHS Athletic Director

Assault and sex related charges in Baltimore, Maryland against former Whitley County High School Athletic Director Mike Campbell are being dropped. Campbell will be allowed to return to work for the school district as soon as he decides to do so, but in a different capacity than he was employed nearly a year ago when he was first charged, a school official said late Friday afternoon.

Two flown to UT following car v. ATV wreck in Corbin

  Corbin Police say both drivers had been drinking prior to a wreck involving a car and an ATV at the intersection of Master Street and Commonwealth Ave. late Friday night.

Corbin Schools Superintendent gets two-year contract extension

The Corbin Board of Education and Superintendent Ed McNeil have reached an agreement to extend his contract for an additional two years.

Gray woman airlifted from crash scene in Keavy

  A Gray woman was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center Wednesday afternoon following a two-vehicle wreck in Keavy.

Laurel deputies find children living in filth during welfare check

  Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies responding to a complaint of an intoxicated woman at a home on U.S. 25 found two young children living in horrid conditions Thursday morning and arrested the woman for child abuse and child endangerment.

County Attorney warns those who owe child support to pay up

Whitley County Attorney Bob Hammons is declaring an amnesty period from now until the end of January for those who are delinquent in child support payments — a way for those serious behind of their obligations to avoid arrest and a possible six month stint in jail.

Williamsburg recovering in Knoxville hospital after being struck by car Monday

A Williamsburg woman is recovering in a Knoxville hospital after being struck by a vehicle Monday evening.

'Civil Emergency' text message was an accident, officials say

Cellphones and phone lines to area dispatch centers were blowing up just before noon Tuesday when a mass text message went out declaring a, “Civil Emergency.”

KCEOC celebrates 50 years of service to the area

The “War on Poverty” is a national issue, but the local solution, the Kentucky Communities Economic Opportunities Council KCEOC Community Action Partnership has been working to fight the battle in Knox County and other areas of eastern Kentucky.

Laurel deputies searching for pharmacy burglars

  Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for two men who broke into a north Corbin pharmacy Monday morning and made off with various medications.