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Corbin man accused of dragging wife with vehicle during altercation

Jeffery L. Storms

A Corbin man has been arrested and is accused of a violent...

UPDATED: Corbin teen killed when motorcycle collides with truck in Verne community

A 14-year-old boy is dead and another man suffered life-threatening injuries Thursday night after the motorcyle the two were riding collided with a truck pulling a cattle trailer in southern Whitley County.

Sheriff’s Deputies make major pill bust at Exit 15

Brian Edward Hill

Whitley County Deputy Sheriff's confiscated over 900 prescription pills from a motorist at a gas station on I-75 Exit 15 Sunday, the...

Indiana judge rules Corbin businessman must pay 2004 gambling debt, even if he was drunk

Jim Vance

An Indiana court disagrees with a Corbin businessman who claimed he shouldn't have to pay an Indiana casino $75,000 in blackjack...

Man arrested for alleged tirade at local cell phone store

A Corbin man was arrested Wednesday after he damaged displayed at a local cellular phone retail store, apparently angry at the quality of service he was receiving.

Lynch’s son picked to finish father’s term on Corbin City Commission

Rickie Lynch is administered the oath of office Tuesday.

The son...

Rockholds man burned after suspected meth lab explosion

A local man suffered severe chemical burns and has been hospitalized after police believe a meth lab he was operating exploded on him.

The day is coming when the scanners will be silent

I am told there are people out there that actually enjoy listening to all the chatter, annoying tones, static and other horrendous noise that commonly issues forth from your typical police scanner.

Future of Corbin Technology Center uncertain

The future of Corbin's $2.15 million, 21,400 square foot Center for Technology and Community Activities is in doubt, and city leaders say they plan to meet with officials from Eastern Kentucky University in the near future to determine who will run the facility and how it...

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin cuts spending 25 percent in 2011 budget; city leaders cite loss of tax revenue

Corbin city leaders passed a leaner, stripped-down budget for the upcoming fiscal year - a spending roadmap that represents a cut in total expenditures of about 25 percent.