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Former UoC student’s child porn trial underway

Whether or not a former University of the Cumberlands student is convicted of possessing child pornography will likely depend on whether a federal grand jury believes he actually knew the content of videos police discovered on his computer hard drive in fall of 2008 portrayed...

Former Cumberlands student pleads guilty to extortion, computer fraud charges

A former University of the Cumberlands student accused of an elaborate computer extortion scheme, and for possessing child pornography has pleaded guilty to almost every charge against him, but...

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Man who died in Monday morning crash in Corbin identified

A local man, who died early Monday morning after police and witnesses say the vehicle he was driving left the roadway and tumbled over a steep embankment on Fifth Street Road in Corbin, has now been identified by police. Roger Justin Reeves, 23, of Vineview Drive in Corbin, died...

Company sues city of Corbin over expo center work

A Lexington based development company is suing the city of Corbin claiming it has not been paid for excavation work performed at the Southeast Kentucky Agriculture and Exposition Center site during construction.

Trooper injured in Corbin crash; one arrested

A Corbin man was arrested Thursday morning after authorities say he crashed into a Kentucky State Police Trooper's vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants

Corbin woman says she doesn’t regret solo protest against circus

A planned protest against Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus opening night performance in Corbin didn't materialize as first expected, but one local woman said she is glad she decided to go it alone anyway.

Local school officials sound positive note on CATS changes

Local school officials seem generally positive about changes in the state’s Commonwealth Accountability Testing System Senate Bill 1, which was signed into law by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear last month, basically scraps the current CATS test in favor of a new test for...

W’burg man dies in Corbin crash

A Williamsburg man died tragically Wednesday morning after police say he ran a red light near Wal-Mart in Corbin and slammed into a tractor/trailer.