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UPDATE: Root Beer Stand murder suspect being held in jail on no bond

A Williamsburg tow truck operator, accused of shooting and killing a Woodbine man at the Root Beer Stand in Corbin late Friday, remains in jail with no bond...

UPDATED: Wilson charged with murder, wanton endangerment following fatal shooting at Root Beer Stand

Authorities now say a Williamsburg tow truck operator has formally...

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin native recounts life-long struggles with OCD, alcoholism in recent book

A Corbin native's lifelong struggles with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and his slide into alcoholism because of the illness, are the subject of a candid autobiography that is making waves in both secular and Christian media.

EXTRA CONTENT: City shows no interest in Corbin East school; public housing option on the table

Passionate pleas to transform a venerable and vacant local school building into something useful have met with very little actual interest say Corbin school...

Be careful what you ask for

Before the neighbors across the street went to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for a vacation last week, they asked if I wanted a souvenier. I said, partly in jest, "Sure, get me a hermit crab."

Good times in Williamsburg

I'll have to say, the Williamsburg Main Street Program sure knows how to throw a party. Last year, I attended one of their block parties downtown and it was a blast. Everyone was dancing and playing games and having a good time.

Why do I keep getting Details magazine?

About seven or eight months ago, Details magazine, which basically is just a fashion magazine for men, starts showing up in my mailbox. I didn't subscribe to it. I've only picked it up a few times in my life and never really had much interest in it.

VIDEO: Corbin woman with bats in the attic seeks relief

A Corbin woman, whose home has been invaded by over 100 brown bats, is finally hopeful that she will be rid of the noisy, annoying varmints by sometime in August or earlier September.

EXTRA CONTENT: Local property development company loses lawsuits over land, Harley dealership

A local property development company, which at one time had plans of bringing a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle dealership and to south Corbin then sued the Tennessee owner of the dealership when the deal fell through, has had an avalanche of adverse legal rulings in recent months.

Christian rockers 33 Miles, Classic Rock All Stars to play at NIBROC

An edgy, high-energy Christian rock trio and a fan favorite will round out the musical entertainment lineup at the 2009 NIBROC Festival in Corbin this August.