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Five arrested for counterfeiting and drug dealing after raid on Corbin tattoo parlor

Five people were arrested Monday in connection with a counterfeiting and prescription drug raid on a Corbin tattoo parlor by local police and federal Secret Service agents.

ONLY ONLINE: Woman found passed out in Arby’s drive thru arrested on meth, DUI charges

A Corbin woman was arrested on meth and DUI charges Sunday after authorities found her slumped over in her vehicle in the drive-thru lane at Arby's.

Engineer Street Bridge vandal gets probated jail sentence; must pay for damage

Brenda Webb

A local woman who was captured on surveillance video throwing five...

Break in forces short evacuation of Lynn Camp Elementary School

Police combed through the halls and rooms of Lynn Camp Elementary School this morning in  search of the person or people responsible for an overnight break-in that forced the temporary evacuation of the facility.

Firefighter files lawsuit against city of Corbin a week after being arrested for theft

A Corbin firefighter, arrested last week for allegedly stealing city property and selling it for his own gain, has filed a lawsuit claiming city officials conspired to wrongly have him arrested in retaliation for him disciplining two firefighters that worked under him.

Tourism Commission buys downtown property for Colonel Sanders Park

The city of Corbin is one step closer to realizing the dream of a park dedicated to Kentucky Fried Chicken Founder Colonel Harland Sanders, the central feature of which will be a bronze statue in his likeness.

JACKETS WIN

 A tough early schedule paid dividends Friday as Williamsburg (3-3) opened district play with a dominating 54-6 victory at Berea (1-5), leaving little doubt the Jackets are a top contender for a district title this season.

Posted On 30 Sep 2010

Federal grand jury accuses Whitley duo of conspiring to make methamphetamine

A Whitley County duo have been accused by a federal grand jury of making and conspiring to make methamphetamine and could face over 30 years of imprisonment and millions of dollars in fines if convicted.

EXTRA CONTENT: Kentucky Supreme Court disbarred Corbin attorney the day before he died from a gunshot wound

A day before he died of an apparent gunshot wound, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that a prominent Corbin attorney must “permanently” cease from practicing law because of dishonest dealings he had with some of his clients.

City may lower job experience requirements for Arena Manager applicants

Because of a scarcity of applicants to manage Corbin's 5,000-seat arena, city leaders are considering lowering the qualifications for the job, said the town's City Manager this week.