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Corbin physician facing federal gun charges

  A Corbin physician was arrested Thursday on a federal indictment warrant charging him with being a convicted felon in possession of firearms.

Alcohol suspected as factor in rollover crash on I-75 Tuesday

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies suspect alcohol as a factor in a crash on Interstate 75 Tuesday afternoon in which a minivan rolled multiple times, ejecting the driver.

Inaugural Moonbow Eggfest deemed a success

The organizers of Corbin’s first ever “Eggfest” is calling the inaugural event a success, and added he believes it has converted a few curious patrons into “eggheads” themselves.

EXTRA CONTENT: Laid off Corbin police officers file lawsuit against city

Two former Corbin police officers, laid off recently as part of a budget cutting effort on the part of the city, have filed a lawsuit claiming they were improperly terminated and are asking for their old jobs back.

Florida man charged in $46,000 electronics 'smash and grab'

  A Florida man is back in Whitley County after being arrested in Florida on charges of smashing and grabbing approximately $46,000 worth of electronics from the Williamsburg Walmart.

Police find nothing in response to bomb threat at Corbin High School

Kentucky State Police and Corbin Police reported finding nothing during a search of students' bags and backpacks in response to a bomb threat made through social media overnight.

Circumstances behind fatal wreck under investigation

  A Barbourville man killed when he was ejected from his pickup truck Thursday night on Ky. 779 near three point has left Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies working to figure out where he was coming from, where he was going and how long he may have been lying trapped underneath his truck before he was found.

Canadatown men arrested after posing phots of pot plants on Facebook

Whitley County Sheriff's deputies say a picture on Facebook of a Canadatown resident allegedly posing in front of large marijuana plants led to an anonymous tip that resulted in the discovery of 14 plants Friday.

Muddier, more difficult Lion's Chase a stern test for runners

A Louisville man and a London woman outclimbed, outcrawled and outgutted the field of 372 runners and were crowned champions of the third annual Lion’s Chase obstacle course 5k race this past Saturday.

Murder for hire suspect denied bond by judge

Following a lengthy hearing last week, a special judge has denied a Corbin man’s bid to be released from jail pending trial on accusations that he used an Internet website in a murder-for-hire scheme.