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Corbin man arrested for murder of Corbin man in eastern Knox County

Kentucky State Police are continuing to search for a motive in the murder of a Corbin man by a Corbin resident at a Knox County residence late Friday night. State Police said Charles C. Davidson, 56, was taken to Barbourville ARH for treatment of multiple stab wounds he had...

Whitley County could face record flooding

With the ground saturated and anywhere from three to ten inches of rain in the forecast, Whitley County Emergency Management Director Danny Moses is advising residents to be cautious of potential flooding. “If we get all of that rain, we are probably going get one of the bigger...

Corbin City Commission awards bid for splash pad equipment

The Corbin City Commission approved a bid Monday evening by David Williams and Associates for the new splash pad equipment. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Vandalism forces closure of local shooting range again

The Whitman Branch Shooting Range in Daniel Boone National Forest has been closed to the public due to vandalism. Officials with the U.S. Forest Service posted notice of the closing of the facility, located near the Laurel Lake spillway, on the Daniel Boone National Forest...

Corbin Library breaks ground on expansion

Local government officials and Friends of the Corbin Public Library joined the library board last Thursday to “break ground” on the construction phase of the library expansion project. To date, the project has involved gutting the adjoining building, which the library purchased...

KKK flyers put on cars in Corbin last Friday

A post on Facebook claims a number of vehicles in the area around The Depot on Main were targeted with flyers containing information on the Ku Klux Klan. According to the post, which included a picture of the flier, they were left on cars Friday night. The flyers include a...

Ex-police officer sentenced to eight years in federal prison

A former area law enforcement officer, who pleaded guilty in May to his part in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Whitley County, was sentenced to 98 months (eight years, two months) in prison Tuesday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login....

Three more people indicted in connection with 50-pound marijuana seizure

A Laurel County grand jury has indicted three more people, including a Lily woman, in connection with a drug trafficking case involving more than 50 pounds of marijuana. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin couple accused of taking car during knife-point robbery

A Whitley County duo is facing first-degree robbery charges for allegedly stealing a car by threatening the driver with a knife. Lindsey Marie Rose, 29, of Williamsburg, and Justin Collins of Corbin were arrested last Wednesday following an investigation by Corbin Police. The...

Judge: Convicted pharmacist Kim Jones must stay in jail pending sentencing

A federal judge has denied a Williamsburg pharmacist’s request to be released from jail as she awaits sentencing on charges of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and dispensing controlled substances to patients outside the scope of professional practice. Kimberly Jones,...