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Man accused of robbing woman, stealing her car at knifepoint surrenders to authorities

Jonathon t. Rickett, 34, who is accused of threatening Laverne Seay with a knife before stealing her car and purse, has turned himself in at the Knox County Detention Center.

More property owners get warning letters for downtown code violations

The first round in a crackdown against property maintenance violations in downtown Corbin has met with success, one official says, and a second wave of warning letters have been sent this week to property owners who are in violation.

Corbin home gutted by fire

Friday fire at home on Rockcastle Street in Corbin

EXTRA CONTENT: Kentucky Education Commissioner expected to rule on reciprocal agreement dispute in early March

Both sides have officially submitted their arguments, and 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 the first week of March.

Building Inspector begins push to enforce property maintenance codes in downtown Corbin

A push is underway this week to clean up property maintenance issues in...

Corbin firefighter’s ex-wife arrested for breaking fire dept. window

A Corbin woman accused of putting her fist through a window at the Corbin Fire Department has been arrested.

Lily man evades police for over an hour in stolen vehicle

A Lily man was on the run from Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputies for more than an hour after he allegedly drove a stolen car into a creek off of KY 552 in Lily.

Disagreement delays sentencing for former Hometown Bank loan officer accused of embezzlement

Before Vicky L. Young can be sentenced for embezzling thousands of dollars from Hometown Bank of Corbin while she was employed there, U.S. District Court Judge Amul Thapar said he wants to know exactly how much money was taken and how much restitution Young must pay.

Corbin man dies Saturday after minivan falls on him

A north Corbin man was killed Saturday evening when his Ford minivan fell on top of him as he was trying to change a tire.

Lily auto parts manufacturer not significantly impacted by Toyota problems

There is an old business adage that the key to success is diversification.