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Knox parents promise fight over decision to end reciprocal agreement with Corbin Schools

About 300 concerned parents showed up at a planning meeting at...

Man wanted in string of theft, check cashing scheme caught by police … but not without a fight

A man wanted across the tri-county area as a suspect and "person of interest" in numerous burglaries, thefts and check cashing schemes was captured Sunday by...

ONLY ONLINE: Man tells police he drank a fifth of Jim Beam before crashing near Tattersall

Alcohol use and excessive speed are considered strong factors that contributed to a late-night crash Saturday at the entrance to Tattersall Trails...

Local man says he was threatened night before house caught fire

An early-morning fire in downtown Corbin gutted a home, and the homeowner said he received threats the night before the blaze happened.

EXTRA CONTENT: Knox Board of Education votes to end ‘reciprocal agreement’ with Corbin Schools

A vote by Knox County Board of Education members to end an agreement that allows students in the district to attend Corbin schools, and vice versa, without paying tuition has sent shockwave of concern among parents and school leaders.

EXTRA CONTENT: Audit shows Arena construction costs had big impact on city

An oft-delayed audit of the city of Corbin's financial activities for the 2009 fiscal year shows the city's finances are in good health despite some unexpected expenses and the cost of finishing a 5,000-seat arena.

EXTRA CONTENT: Knoxville woman gets 25 months for selling drugs in north Corbin

A Knoxville, Tenn. mother of two who admitted to selling Oxycodone pills for at least two years at and near a north Corbin truck stop was sentenced Monday to 25 months behind bars.

Former Corbin bus driver to serve 10 days in jail for hitting street signs

A former Corbin school bus driver charged with leaving the scene of an accident in August of last year - the day he struck two street signs after he allegedly deviated from his assigned route - will have to serve 10 days in jail for the crime.

EXTRA CONTENT: Two more enter race for Corbin City Commission

The race for Corbin City Commission has gotten a little more competitive in recent weeks as current three-term Commissioner Joe Shelton has decided to throw his hat in the ring again, and local tax professional Joe "Butch" White announced this week he is seeking a...