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Corbin Board of Education: Tuition for out-of-district students will not increase

The Corbin Independent School Board agreed to keep the tuition for out of district students at $1,200 per year.

ONLY ONLINE: Two more local businesses targeted in rash of burglaries

Two more Corbin area businesses were the victims of burglars Monday.

Police again cracking down on sex acts at 312 boat ramp

In response to an increasing number of complaints of public sexual activity, Corbin Police have stepped up their patrols at the Ky. 312 boat ramp. Those efforts paid off Monday afternoon as Officer Steve Meadors arrested a man who was allegedly sitting on a picnic table...

Corbin Police arrest woman allegedly selling drugs at Oak Place Apartments

Tisha Colley

Tisha Colley, 28, was arrested Saturday after Corbin Police allegedly...

Woman killed while running from deputy on I-75

Cassandra L. Byrd was killed Saturday night when she was hit by a vehicle as she from police on Interstate 75.

City Commission votes to oust Arena management firm

It took the Corbin City Commission all of 5 minutes Thursday to approve a motion not to renew the contract with SMG to manage the Corbin Arena.

Elks Lodge approved to sell liquor, could have license by June 12

Kentucky Alcoholic Beverage Control officials said the Tri-County Elks Lodge 2826 has met the last two requirements to secure a liquor license for the club on Main Street in Corbin and could have it in hand as soon as June 12.

UPDATED: Knox Schools officials call decision to merge West Knox, Lynn camp a ‘fresh start’

Parents picketed outside Lynn Camp High School Monday morning. They were demanding...

Knox School Board to discuss response to Corbin lawsuit Tuesday

The Knox County School Board is expected to discuss the lawsuit filed by Corbin Independent Schools over the decision to end the student reciprocal agreement when it meets in regular session Tuesday night.

Corbin receives $265,00 for flood control project on Bacon Creek Road

In response to a series of recurring flood issues throughout southeastern Kentucky, U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers, R-Ky., secured $2.18 million in federal funding to reduce the potential for and/or scope of flooding in six areas including Corbin.