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Rapid deployment police training taking place at Corbin East School

There's no reason to be alarmed.

It's just a drill.

South Corbin restaurant raided; owner and employees arrested for drug and alcohol violations

A south Corbin restaurant was forced to close after police raided it Thursday afternoon, arresting the owner and four employees on various drug and alcohol-related charges.

EXTRA CONTENT: Petition to change Knox School Board member districts hits brick wall

The attorney for the Kentucky Board of Education ruled recently that no action would be taken on a citizen petition to reconfigure School Board Members districts in Knox County because there was insufficient information to make a definitive ruling on the issue.

EXTRA CONTENT: Judge rules Nighbert, two others, must stay in jail until trial

A former Williamsburg police officer, accused of burglarizing a local pharmacy in early 2006 and being part of a seven-member drug trafficking ring, will be forced to await trial in jail following the ruling by a judge last week.

Popular City Commissioner who suffered stroke expected to return home this week

A popular Corbin City Commissioner, who suffered a debilitating stroke Feb. 21, is expected to leave a Tenn. hospital Thursday where he's been recovering and rehabilitating for the last 10 weeks and return home.

Corbin poised to crack down on high grass

Corbin leaders say municipal workers will begin this week tackling over 30...

Southern Baptist Convention President visits Corbin for mens’ conference about temptation

Southern Baptist Convention President Johnny Hunt spoke at Central Baptist...

New BMX bike park in Corbin nearly complete

Corbin Recreation Marlon Sams stands in front of Corbin's future BMX...

ONLY ONLINE: Men may face deportation after being caught driving drunk on I-75

Two men may face deportation after being arrested over the weekend after a traffic stop on I-75 in southern Whitley County.
Horacioo R. Roblero, 22, and Alfredo Hernandez Silvestre, 27, remained in custody as of press time Tuesday. Both are charged with resisting ...

Officials say rash of Whitley wildfires no accident; burn bans issued

Over 300 acres have been scorches by fires in Whitley County since last Friday, and...