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Three people injured when dump truck crashes into minivan

  A woman and two children were taken to Baptist Health Corbin when their minivan was t-boned by a dump truck coming off of I-75 at exit 25 Thursday afternoon.

Buildng Inspector seeks funds to demolish abandoned homes in Corbin

Corbin’s Building Inspector is targeting four abandoned, blighted homes for demolition, and he’ll be asking the city’s Board of Commissioners for the funds to carry through with the cleanup effort next Monday.

Forcht Bank named one of KY's 'Best Places to Work'

Forcht Bank has been rated by its employees as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Kentucky in recent rankings released by the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Colegrove selected as tri-county Leader of the Year

A University of the Cumberlands vice-president and U.S. Army veteran has been selected as Leadership Tri-County's Leader of the Year.

Suspect at UK hospital following high-speed chase in stolen police car

  Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies ended a high-speed pursuit involving a stolen constable’s cruiser by shooting out a tire and spinning the car out early Sunday morning on U.S. 25 in north Corbin.


 

Hidden camera found in Corbin High School faculty bathroom

Corbin Police are investigating a hidden camera that was found in a faculty bathroom at Corbin High School.

Two arrest for theft of utility trailers

The Laurel County Sheriff’s Department has recovered two of six utility trailers reported stolen in the county and arrested two individuals who had one of the trailers in their possession.

ONLY ONLINE: Work release inmate sues city of Williamsburg for loss of finger

A Williamsburg man is suing the city of Williamsburg over an accident involving a garbage truck that resulted in a partially amputated finger.

Williamsburg Police get new K-9 after 'Rico' passes on

The Williamsburg Police Department officially has a new member of its team.

Prominent Corbin attorney dies Tuesday at age 73

A prominent Corbin attorney, who died in his home Tuesday, is being remembered today by his family and former business associates as a fun, quirky colleague and compassionate father