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UPDATED: North Corbin man committed suicide after starting duplex fire

Authorities say the man found dead following a house fire on Ky. 1223 in North Corbin Thursday took his own life.

preliminary findings suggest trooper involved in fatal accident acted properly

Kentucky State Police Trooper Dwayne Foley remains off duty as he continues to recover from his injuries, but an initial investigation has revealed no wrong doing on his part in the wreck that took the life of a Williamsburg man last Wednesday afternoon.

Corbin High School Principal resigns

  Corbin High School Principal John Derek Faulconer announced his resignation Wednesday.

Laurel Deputy uses Tazer to end scuffle with suspect

  A London man who had successfully eluded law enforcement in Fayette County was unable to outrun Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Mikey Ashurst and his Tazer early Wednesday morning.

Fire destroys maintenance building/office at Corbin Manor Apartments

  A fire that destroyed the office/ maintenance building at Corbin Manor Apartment complex Saturday morning remains under investigation.

KSP statewide drug raid includes nine wanted in Whitley County

 Nine people from the tri-county area were among 479 that were arrested in a state-wide sweep of suspected drug dealers by Kentucky State Police Friday.

 

Man injured in log truck crash in KY 26; alcohol suspect as a factor

Alcohol is suspected to be a factor in a wreck involving a log truck that resulted in one person being flow to the University of Tennessee Medical Center Monday night.

Homeowner’s failure to maintain property angers neighbors, leads to citation

 A neighborhood dispute over overgrown trees and fencing in addition to outbuildings that are collapsing is going before the Corbin Code Enforcement Board.

Corbin Police arrest 26 in drug raids

  Corbin Police arrested 26 people on drug-related charges Thursday morning and are searching for 10 others.

Gray woman admits to helping rob local tobacco store

The second member of a Gray duo charged in the armed robbery of a London tobacco store has pleaded guilty to her part in the crime.