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Driver who crashed into Corbin storage buildings being sought by police

A one-vehicle accident near the entrance to a Corbin subdivision caused about $20,000 worth of damage to storage buildings owned by one local businessman,...

ONLY ONLINE: Three juveniles arrested for string of Corbin vehicle break-ins

Three Corbin juveniles have been arrested and are accused of a spree of auto break-ins that have taken place over the last two weeks.

City decides to conduct its own audit of Arena finances

The city of Corbin delayed for another month the public release of its annual audit for the 2008 fiscal year, and City Manager Bill Ed Cannon confirmed this week one of the main reasons for the delay is that city leaders are taking a closer look at the financial condition of...

Police still searching for driver who rammed car into local man’s house

Local police are still searching for the driver of a vehicle that plowed into a house on Gordon Hill in the early morning hours last Friday, but the...

EXTRA CONTENT: Whitley officials illegally denied man’s request for 911 recordings

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway has ruled that Whitley County 911 officials violated the state's open records laws when they refused to give a local man copies of 911 recordings stemming from a July incident.

Boy seriously injured in Corbin skate park accident

A nine-year-old Corbin boy was seriously injured Monday afternoon at the Corbin skateboard park and was airlifted to the University of Kentucky Medical Center...

EXTRA CONTENT: Former University of the Cumberlands student gets 12 years for extortion scheme, child porn

A former University of the Cumberlands student was sentenced to just over 12 years in federal prison last Thursday for possessing child pornography, identity theft,...

Some Arena improvement projects on back burner, officials say

A number of capital improvement projects at Corbin's 5,000-seat exposition center won't likely happen this fiscal year unless the facility starts to generate more money from events, one city official says.

Whitley Circuit Judge Paul Braden diagnosed with stomach cancer

The area's most senior Circuit Judge is hospitalized today, but expected to make a full recovery after undergoing surgery late last week for stomach cancer.

Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents Ray Cummins, Certified Master Guitarist

  The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents Ray Cummins, Certified Master Guitarist on Monday, Oct. 5, 2009, 7:30 p.m. at the Corbin High School Auditorium in Corbin, Kentucky.