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Federal jury sides with Williamsburg police officer over Jellico woman’s brutality claim

After almost three hours of deliberations Thursday a jury found that Williamsburg Police Officer did not violated Kimberly Perkins' civil rights, nor did he assault or batter her, or inflict undue emotional distress upon her when he arrested her outside the Days...

Local residents snared in Knox drug roundup

Four Corbin residents and one Gray man were among eight drug-trafficking arrests Knox County Sheriff's deputies made Tuesday morning.

Civil trial set to begin today over Williamsburg police brutality claim

More than three years after it was initially filed, a Jellico, Tenn. woman's police brutality lawsuit against Williamsburg Police and the Whitley County Detention Center is scheduled to go to trial in federal court, today.

Corbin man remains in serious condition following deadly crash Tuesday

A Corbin man remains in serious condition at the University of Kentucky Medical Center following a head-on collision Tuesday morning in Laurel County.

Corbin honor popular teacher who is battling cancer

Education at Corbin Elementary is not about just about reading, writing and arithmetic. Over the last five years, Jeanie Helton has schooled students at Corbin Elementary in character.

Woman pleads guilty to trying to trade baby for pickup truck

Instead of going to trial, a mother accused of trading her baby to a Corbin couple for a pickup truck in July, received a probated prison sentence.

Two-year-old found wandering alone near Corbin High School

Corbin Police were called to Corbin High School after a two-year-old girl was found wandering inside the tennis court area alone and shoeless Wednesday morning.

Colonels pull off overtime thriller, beat Bell Co. 72-71

It took overtime to finish the job, but The Whitley County Colonels came back from an eight-point deficit with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter to begin the season with a victory over the Bell County Bobcats Tuesday.

Housing Authority may purchase abandoned downtown building

The Greater Corbin Housing Authority is not only beginning the actual work to turn the former East Ward School into income-based housing. It is also taking on a new project, converting the former Thomasville Furniture building into apartments and commercial space.

Gray woman arrested for stabbing husband Tuesday

A Gray woman was arrested Tuesday after her husband came into the emergency room at St. Joseph Hospital in London with a stab wound to his arm.