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Missing hiker found safe near Cumberland Falls

A hiker missing since midday Sunday was found early Monday morning and was reportedly unharmed.

Family of Tod Carter file wrongful death lawsuit against accused killer

Family members of a Woodbine man shot to death in the parking lot of the Root Beer Stand July 31 have filed a wrongful...

Former Corbin police officer, city commission candidate pleads guilty to DUI

A former local police officer and Corbin City Commission candidate has agreed to plead guilty to a DUI charge related to his arrest in May by Kentucky State Police.

Ex preschool bookkeeper sentenced on forgery, theft charges

A Corbin woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the Corbin Preschool Center has been formally sentenced in Knox and Laurel County on charges against her, and will likely report to begin serving a 10-year jail sentence after she is sentenced in Whitley County early...

Tourism board, Main Street Manager ditch Octoberfest

Members of the Corbin Tourist and Convention Commission, at the urging of the town's Main Street Manager, agreed to discontinue funding for the annual Octoberfest in favor of helping to get the newly formed "Moonbow Nights" events off and running.

EXTRA CONTENT: Deputy Jailer on administrative leave following assault allegation

A second Whitley County Detention Center inmate has filed a federal lawsuit against Jailer Ken Mobley, and other staff at the jail, claiming he was abused and denied medical treatment.

UPDATED: Williamsburg man captured shortly after escaping from Whitley Jail

A man who escaped from the Whitley County Jail over the weekend took advantage of distracted guards and an inexperienced control room operator to make his break for freedom, says Whitley County Jail Ken Mobley.

EXTRA CONTENT: Men who were accused of fighting dogs now suing Laurel deputy

Two men accused by authorities and later exonerated of fighting dogs at a southern Laurel County home in mid-2008 are suing the Laurel County Sheriff's Department and the Deputy who arrested them for malicious prosecution, false arrest and slander.

EXTRA CONTENT: Local company accused of violating Clean Water, Endangered Species Acts

Federal prosecutors are accusing a London-based natural gas company of illegally polluting a local water source and killing an endangered species of fish.

Corbin bus driver, suspended for hitting street signs, won’t return to job

A Corbin Independent School District bus driver who was suspended after striking two street signs on his route the first day of school Aug. 10 won't be returning his job.