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Joshua Davenport convicted of 2018 murder of his wife, Stephanie

A Corbin man was found guilty Thursday of murdering his wife in 2018. Following two full days of testimony, the jury comprised of eight men and four women took one hour and 17 minutes to convict Joshua Davenport, 40, of murder and tampering with physical evidence in the fatal...

Frances Wilhoit, community ‘treasure,’ dies at age 81

A “barrier busting” local real estate professional and long-time radio station employee, who was named a “Living Treasure” in the city of London this past April, passed away over the weekend. Frances Wilhoit, 81, of London, died on Sunday following a battle with cancer. In...

Cumberlands to offer free textbooks for on-campus undergraduate students

On-campus undergraduate students at University of the Cumberlands will no longer have to pay for textbooks beginning in the fall of 2020. The new initiative, announced by Dr. Larry L. Cockrum, President of the University, is another step toward “total price transparency and...
Posted On 05 Sep 2019
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Residence’s surveillance camera leads to arrest of man in connection with vehicle burglaries in Corbin

A Corbin man was arrested Tuesday morning after a resident showed police video of him attempting to break into her vehicle. Ronald Cloud, 33, is facing multiple charges including theft by unlawful taking of contents from vehicle of the value of $500 or more but less than $10,000,...

Corbin man charged with raping girl

A Corbin man was arrested Monday morning for allegedly raping a female juvenile at a residence near Cumberland Falls Road. Kentucky State Police arrested Tyler D. Ellis, 20, on one count of first-degree rape. The investigation began Monday morning after the female arrived at the...

W’burg Housing Authority director accused of using forged checks to misappropriate money

The Williamsburg Housing Authority’s suspended executive director was arrested Monday morning for allegedly using forged checks to misappropriate about $10,000 in funds since at least January 2017, but Williamsburg police are still investigating and think that amount could...
Posted On 05 Sep 2019

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