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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...

Promoter threatens to cancel bullriding event at Corbin arena due to poor ticket sales

The promoter of a professional bull riding circuit that is scheduled for a show at The Arena in Corbin this weekend said Tuesday that the show will almost certainly be cancelled unless ticket sales pick up dramatically.

EXTRA CONTENT: Police investigating suspicious circumstances surrounding Corbin house fire

The cause and circumstances surrounding a fire that severely damaged a downtown...

Michigan woman severely injured in Christmas Day crash on Bee Creek Road

A Michigan woman is recovering in a Lexington hospital today following a harrowing accident in Whitley County on Christmas Day that left her badly injured.

New Year’s Eve bash at Corbin arena cancelled; only eight tickets sold

A special New Year's Eve event at The Arena has been cancelled, and promoters are citing sluggish ticket sales as the main reason.

Joggers are crazy!

I don't mean to say that joggers are crazy in the sense that jogging itself is a crazy form of exercise. I envy those who have the motivation to jog miles a day or participate in marathons.

Corban man, Lily woman arrested by state police in meth bust

A Corbin man and Lily woman were arrested Sunday night after reports of a domestic disturbance on Douglas Blvd. in southern Laurel County led state police to the discovery two methamphetamine labs.

Whitley Deputy recalls scary moments in snowstorm crash; suffers minor injuries

Whitley County Sheriff's Deputy Brett Reeves said all that remains of his rollover accident on Alsile Road in a driving snowstorm last Friday are a few cuts, some aches and memories of the tense moments following the accident.

Local church targeted by thieves again

A Corbin church has been hit by thieves again, and local Sheriff’s deputies are hoping they can piece together clues that will lead to the arrest of those...