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Man injuries court security officer during altercation

A Whitley County Sheriff's Department Court Security Officer is recovering with six staples in his head following an altercation with a suspect inside the Whitley County Judicial Center Wednesday morning.

Rockholds pit bull owner pleads guilty for attack that injured neighbor

A Rockholds pit bull owner must pay $330 in fines and court costs but will get to keep her dog after pleading guilty Tuesday to harboring a vicious animal.

Lawson hired as new principal at Whitley County High School

A new principal has been selected to lead Whitley County High School.

Police: Two confess to graffiti rampage in Corbin over Memorial Day weekend

Corbin Police say a Woodbine man and a 17-year-old had been drinking prior to damaging Rotary Park, Denes Stadium, a sign on the St. Camillus property, the Corbin Public Library, the Elks Lodge and Sanders Park Saturday morning.

Local nurse hoping to fund invention through reality TV show Shark Tank

The old English proverb “Necessity is the mother of invention” couldn’t be more true than in the case of Connie Monhollen.

UPDATE: Two still hospitalized following collision with train

A mother and daughter remain at the University of Tennessee Medical Center where they were airlifted when their SUV was hit by a train in the Gray community Friday afternoon.

Turnout for Primary Election just over 13 percent in Whitley

Whitley County voters went to the polls in low numbers Tuesday to cast their ballots for governor and a handful of other statewide contested primary races.

Corbin man gets 19 years for setting ice plant on fire in 2013

A Corbin man has agreed to accept a 19-year prison sentence for burglarizing the Corbin Ice Company in late 2013 and setting it on fire.

Tri-County Young Professions provides fun networking opportunities

A local social organization — geared toward helping young professionals, and those who are young at heart, network with like-minded people — is gaining membership momentum as it approaches its one-year anniversary in existence.

State Police searching for man who robbed pizza delivery driver in Gray

  Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help to find the individual who robbed a pizza delivery driver just after midnight Friday in the Gray community of Knox County.