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Corbin man wanted after high-speed chase with deputies

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a Corbin man who led them on a high-speed chase across 5th Street Road, U.S. 25W and High Top Road Sunday afternoon after a woman jumped out of his vehicle near the intersection of 5th Street Road and Black Diamond Road.

Old Fashioned Trading Days to kick off in Williamsburg Thursday

Concerts with bluegrass, gospel and country-rock artists and an expanded car show will highlight this year's 32nd Annual Old Fashioned Trading Days festival that will kick off Thursday and run through Saturday evening in Williamsburg.

W'burg man charged with robbery after trying to steal back his own 'medication'

A Williamsburg man, who was apparently trying to take his "medication" back from someone who allegedly stole it from him, is behind bars facing a robbery charge.

Six children taken to hospital after meth lab found in W'burg apartment complex; four people arrested

Six children were taken to the hospital early Friday morning after Williamsburg police discovered a methamphetamine lab inside the apartment complex where they were living.

Lawsuit over UofC's Psychology Department settled before trial

Just over a week before it was scheduled to go to trial a settlement has been reached in federal lawsuit filed against the University of the Cumberlands over a job offer in the psychology department.

Police to limit parking during Trading Days over safety concerns

Those planning to attend the 32nd Annual Old Fashioned Trading Days in Williamsburg this week may want to think about where they are going to park ahead of time.

Bevin focuses on pension reform, health care issues during local campaign stops

Kentucky’s $9.1 billion state pension shortfall is the main reason Republican candidate for governor Matt Bevin said he got into the race to begin with.

Three arrested in connection with active meth lab in Gray

  Three Gray residents were arrested Wednesday in connection with an active meth lab Knox County Sheriff’s deputies found at a residence on Raven Ridge Court.

Federal subpoenas issued for Knox County officials

  A number of subpoenas issued by the United States Attorney’s office have been served on businesses and residents around the Knox County area. The subpoenas command these witnesses appear and testify before a federal grand jury in London on Sept. 23.

Corbin City Commissioner diagnosed with cancer; expects full recovery

The longest serving member of the Corbin City Commissioner has been diagnosed with early-stage esophageal cancer and will undergo surgery to have it removed on Sept. 11.