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Corbin man, ex-girlfriend accused of abusing two-year-old

The felony child abuse case against a Corbin man and his estranged girlfriend that began with a two-year-old child brought into Baptist Health Corbin with severe burns will be presented to a Knox County grand jury in August.

Two adults, two juveniles indicted for string of arson fires in Pleasant View

A Whitley County Grand Jury has indicted two adults and two juveniles for arson in connection with a string of fires at vacant homes in the Pleasant View community this past April.

Prosecutor, judge bow out of Topix murder-for-hire case

A Corbin man will be getting a new prosecutor and a new judge in his criminal solicitation to commit murder case, and could be facing additional legal charges next month.

Whitley Jailer-elect Lawson getting on-the-job training, now work at detention center

It's still five months until Whitley County Jailer Elect Brian Lawson takes office, but he is already at the jail working.


Corbin Commission decides against laying off police officers; raises garbage rates

  Four Corbin Police officers in danger of being laid off are keeping their jobs, for now.

Organizer hopes third year for Lion's Chase is legendary

 All great things start with an idea.

Corbin man accused of having pizzas delivered to police station awaiting court date

  A Corbin man accused of claiming to be a Corbin Police officer and ordering five large pizzas to be delivered to the station is out of jail and awaiting his day in court.

Oak Ridge man takes manslaughter plea deal, gets seven-year prison sentenced

After nearly 18 months, the homicide case involving victim Robert "Bobby" Vanover has concluded, sort of.

Hart recovering well after collapsing during Laurel Lake Triathlon, family says

A popular retired Corbin High School chemistry teacher and tennis coach collapsed Saturday after finishing a 56-mile bike trek during the inaugural Laurel Lake Triathlon.


Ross Ready to Wear to build Corbin store; plans to open in spring 2015

Demolition of the building that once housed the old Goldenberg’s Furniture store and Regency 7 Cinemas at Trademart Shopping Center began Tuesday. The 35,000 square foot area is being demoed to make room for a Ross retail store, with hopes of an opening sometime in spring 2015.