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Corbin man accused of hitting teen escapes from home incarceration

 A Corbin man accused of hitting a teen with his van in September is now wanted on escape charges after cutting off his home incarceration bracelet and fleeing the area.

I-75 North to be reduced to one lane beginning Monday

  A portion of Interstate 75 in Laurel County will be reduced to one lane beginning Monday, Oct. 20 until Thursday, Oct. 23 to allow tree and brush removal along state right of way.

McConnell hits on familiar issues, makes case for another term during Williamsburg visit

The economy, the war on coal, Obamacare and the proposed minimum wage hike were among the topics that U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell addressed during his address to the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce during its monthly membership luncheon.

Man tells police he stole rolls of hay because he 'got bored'

So why did the Keswick Road man allegedly steal rolls of hay during the wee hours of the morning? Because he got bored, according to his arrest citation.

Hospitalized man reunited with his 'best friend'

When traditional medicine had reached the limits of its ability to help 73-year-old James Watham recover, Baptist Health Corbin staff and Dr. Ray Hays decided it was time to look at a non-traditional remedy centered around man’s best friend. 

Several injured in crash in Gray Friday

Several people were injured in a two vehicle accident Friday afternoon in the Gray community of Knox County.

Freeman to sign copies of 'Lights Out,' the real story behind '23 Blast,' this Friday

The upcoming movie “23 Blast” is a stylized retelling of Travis Freeman’s battle to overcome the loss of his eyesight while in middle school, but now he wants you to know the real story.

UPDATED: Man arrested for head-on crash with school bus Thursday

Update: Twenty-two-year-old Preston Rains, of Williamsburg, has been arrested and charged in connection with the crash. He was booked into the Whitley County Detention Center late Thursday night and charged with leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a DUI suspended license, possession of a controlled substance, menacing and resisting arrest. Rains was arrested by Whitley County Sheriff's Deputy Kirk Mays.

Fourth lawsuit filed against Williamsburg pet treat maker

A Tennessee investment firm is the latest in a growing list of companies that has filed a lawsuit against a Williamsburg-based pet treat maker American Pet Food Manufacturing (APFM) and its owner, Kim Monday, claiming a failure to pay outstanding bills.

Diesel fuel lead may be to blame for chain-reaction crash on I-75 Tuesday

Emergency workers say a diesel fuel leak may be at least partially to blame for a multiple vehicle crash on I-75 near the 18-mile marker Tuesday afternoon that sent at least two people to the hospital, left two semis crashed in the median and resulted in southbound traffic being blocked for hours.