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City of Corbin awarded $250,000 grant to put cops in local schools

The City of Corbin will receive a $250,000 grant through the U.S. Department of Justice that will pay for two police officers to work as school resource officers with the Corbin Independent School System.

Williamsburg restaurant obtains liquor license

You can now legally purchase alcohol in Williamsburg again.

UPDATED: Officials investigating cause of blaze that damaged downtown Williamsburg building

Williamsburg firefighters are still unsure exactly what caused an early morning blaze Monday that seriously damaged one local business and caused significant damaged to one of the oldest buildings in town, which probably would have gone up in flames had it burned unchecked for just minutes longer.

UPDATED: Police say woman that caused Gordon hill crash was intoxicated, had young child in car

Police say a Corbin woman was intoxicated with her juvenile nephew in the car as a passenger when she caused a three-car crash on Gordon Hill last Friday that resulted in two people being injured.

Japanese company announces plans to open facility in Corbin

Further proving Kentucky is a great place for foreign investment, Governor Steve Beshear today joined company officials and local leaders to announce Kowa Kentucky Inc. plans to open a facility in Knox County.

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.