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UPDATED: Corbin dance studio owner injured in rollover crash Tuesday

Corbin Firefighters used the Jaws of Life to free Gail Frederick, 63, of Corbin,...

Ambulance collides with SUV in downtown Corbin, driver injured

As the crew was rushing a patient to Baptist Regional Medical Center, a Whitley County EMS Ambulance broadsided a Nissan Pathfinder on Kentucky Ave.

BREAKING NEWS: Woodbine couple arrested for abusing four-year-old

The mother of a 4-year-old and her husband are in the Knox County Detention Center on charges that she allowed her husband to physically abuse the child on multiple occasions.

Corbin School Board votes to appeal reciprocal agreement decision to state Board of Education

The battle over the Knox County School Board's decision to end its reciprocal agreement with Corbin Independent Schools is not over.

Corbin woman pleads not guilty to charges she suffocated newborn, threw it in prison trash can

A Corbin woman accused of killing her newborn baby by stuffing paper its mouth and dumping its body in a trash can at Roederer Correctional Complex in LaGrange, is in...

Hospital officials say Corbin High School junior in fair condition following Wednesday crash in Gray

A Corbin High School junior is at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, recovering from injuries she Wednesday morning in a car wreck on Ky 3437 in the Gray community.

Corbin man dies after being hit by car while walking along US 25E Saturday

Daniel Sizemore of Corbin was killed Saturday when he was hit by a car on U.S. 25E in Corbin.

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin, Knox school boards to meet next week to discuss next moves following decision on reciprocal agreement dispute

Corbin and Knox County School boards will both be meeting to consider the next step in the saga of the reciprocal agreement dispute between the two school systems.

EXTRA CONTENT: Education Commissioner rules on Corbin, Knox reciprocal agreement dispute

Knox County students currently attending Corbin Independent Schools under the reciprocal agreement may continued to do so through the 2010-11 school year, while representatives from the two school districts are urged to find a permanent solution.

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin, Knox schools file flurry of arguments in advance of reciprocal agreement decision

Even though Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is expected to render a decision on the reciprocal agreement dispute between Corbin Independent Schools and Knox County Schools by March 3, the matter is still expected to be far from settled.