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Grayson visits Corbin during fundraising swing through state

As part of a statewide exploratory fundraising effort for a U.S. Senate campaign, Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson shook hands and talked politics during a special event in downtown Corbin Monday - the first of eight he will attend in the next month stretching from...

Keavy couple to plead guilty to threatening witness

Two Keavy residents accused of threatening a confidential informant for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives plan to plead guilty today to charges against them in federal court.

EXTRA CONTENT: Woodbine woman settles lawsuit with local factory

A Whitley County woman who claims she was discriminated against and then fired by a local auto parts manufacturer because she suffered an injury on the job has settled a year-old lawsuit against the company.

Corbin to ask that occupational tax collected by Knox Co. be escrowed if appeal filed

While Knox County officials have vowed to fight a recent court ruling that would essentially gut a good portion of the county's one percent payroll tax on workers and companies, Corbin city leaders say no one should get to spend the revenue in question until the issue is...

ONLY ONLINE: Keavy man arrested a second time for making meth

A Keavy man was arrested last week by police for allegedly making methamphetamine.

Byron Baker, 27, of Lipscomb Road, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine last Thursday after police discovered a meth lab in his home.

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Flooding in downtown Corbin

News Journal reporter Trent Knuckles captures flooding in Corbin on...

VIDEO: Rains cause widespread flooding in Corbin

Persistent heavy rains today forced officials to battle widespread...

In wake of report, local League of Cities reps support organization, but have questions

Two Whitley County leaders who sit on the Kentucky League of Cities Executive Board say their confidence in the organization is not shaken in the wake of an investigative report by the Lexington Herald-Leader Sunday, but say they do plan to ask some questions about spending...

Corbin man gets three years for illegally owning machine gun

A Knox County man, the brother of former Judge-Executive Raymond Smith, will serve three years in federal prison for illegal possession of a machine gun, following his formal sentencing in U.S. District Court in London last week.