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ONLY ONLINE: First phase of Colonel Sanders Park likely to break ground in March

Ground will likely be broken some time in March for at least the first phase of a downtown Corbin park dedicated to Kentucky Fried Chicken Founder Harland Sanders.

Corbin unemployment office hit by bed bug problems again

Following a three-day closure in early November due to a bed bug infestation, the state's unemployment and welfare services office in Corbin is still having problems with the pesky critters, and there are plans in place to attack the issue again over the weekend.

EXTRA CONTENT: Survey shows drug, alcohol in tobacco use in Corbin schools generally on the decline

With only a few notable exceptions, data shows fewer Corbin Independent School System student are using or have tried illegal drugs now than four years ago.

Man arrested for urinating on Arena sign, trying to attack officers with feces covered hands

Michael Alsip

A local man faces numerous criminal charges following an alleged...

New Corbin City Utilities offices to open next week

A $4.5 million project to construct new offices for Corbin City Utilities on Cumberland Falls Hwy. may be nearing completion after two months of delays.

Whitley County Clerk continues streak of perfect audits

Whitley County Clerk Kay Schwartz is running a tight, efficient financial ship, according to the results of an annual audit released last week by the State Auditor, continuing a streak of perfect audits for Schwartz since she took office in 2007.

Officials investigating Canadatown blaze as possible case of arson

A fire caused damage to the interior of a home in Canadatown over the weekend....

High water forces Whitley schools to dismiss early

The Whitley County School system will dismiss about an hour early today because of high water on some roads in the county caused by heavy, steady rains.

Man accused of S.C. child abduction arrested at Corbin hospital

A South Carolina man was arrested early Tuesday morning at a Corbin hospital, and the child with him that was the subject of an Amber Alert will be reunited...

Alleged drug dealer arrested at downtown Corbin Christmas Open House

Police say an intoxicated, irate Williamsburg man caused a stir during Corbin's Christmas Open House Sunday afternoon, screaming and cursing in front of a large group of parents and children waiting to get their picture taken with Santa Claus.
Corbin Police responded...