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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO:County Attorney candidates offer their solutions, plans at forum

How does Whitley County end its backlog of 4,800 cases on the district court docket? When, if ever, is it permissible to require someone to make a donation to a police department in exchange for charges being lowered or dismissed? Should felony drug cases ever be plea...

Posted On 18 Apr 2012

Energy efficient home unveiled in Goldbug

What do you get when you form a partnership that includes 33 entities, including local, state and federal entities, besides the inevitable mountain of paperwork and bureaucracy that is sure to follow.

Posted On 18 Apr 2012

12 alleged drug dealers snagged in early morning roundup

Some alleged Whitley County drug dealers got an early morning wake-up call Wednesday as police from the Whitley County Sheriff's Department, Williamsburg Police Department and Kentucky State Police came knocking on their doors before dawn with arrest warrants.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012

Six honored at GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Banquent in Corbin

Hundreds of GOP faithful gathered in Corbin Saturday night to honor six area residents, who have made significant contributions to the Republican party and to energize the Republican base for the upcoming presidential election this fall.

Posted On 11 Apr 2012

Former NYC Mayor Rudi Giuliani speaks at UofC about leadership in times of crisis

It was a nearly packed house in the O. Wayne Rollins Center Tuesday evening as former New York City Mayor Rudi Giuliani spoke about "Principled Leadership in a Time of Crisis."

Posted On 04 Apr 2012

Duo give police bizarre stories after allegedly trying to burglarize vacant home

He told police that he was just looking for a pregnant horse, which was loose. She says she was just out looking for peat moss in order to decorate for a wedding, and wasn't wearing any shoes or a shirt while doing so.

Posted On 31 Mar 2012

Williamsburg Mayor says city plans to take it slow on alcohol ordinances

Following last week's alcohol sales referendum in Williamsburg, city leaders are busy trying to figure out the next steps before legal alcohol sales can take place, but it could be several months before the beer taps start flowing.

Posted On 28 Mar 2012

Williamsburg man arrested after pulling knife on another man at local mall

Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird is praising his officers for exercising restraint during an arrest early Friday afternoon where he says they would have been legally justified in using deadly force to subdue an elderly man, who was armed with a knife.

Posted On 23 Mar 2012

Williamsburg voters approve alcohol sales

By a narrow 14-vote margin, Williamsburg voters went to the polls during a special election Tuesday, and opted to allow alcohol sales by the drink in restaurants that seat at least 100 people.

Posted On 21 Mar 2012

Arsonist finally finishes off rural Goldbug home

A suspected arsonist in the Ryan's Creek area of Whitley County appears to be following the old adage of if at first you don't succeed, try try again

Posted On 21 Mar 2012