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Police Roundup - Nov. 27, 2013
Meth lab found in home where child lived
Man involved in domestic violence complaint
Two women arrested for shoplifting
Man arrested following attempted break-in
Woman arrested for shoplifting
Woman arrested for shoplifting at Walmart
Man arrested on bench warrant
TODAY'S HEADLINES - NOV. 27, 2013
Ruling favors Ernie’s Spirits
Fuson files for Judge/Exec race
Two indicted for Whitley Detention Center escape
London man sentenced 35 years for murder of girlfriend
Former Corbin Ice employee arrested for burglary
Schools report improved test scores in Laurel County
Two charged in toddler’s death
A woman and her boyfriend sit behind bars today — both now face murder charges in the death of her 2-year-old child.
Suicide likely cause of man’s death after explosion
Preliminary autopsy results concerning the death of a man found Thursday after a house explosion in Corbin indicate his death was likely a suicide, according to the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office.
Seven arrested in Laurel drug roundup
Seven Laurel County residents were arrested Monday in a drug roundup, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
Neighbors help rescue dogs from shed fire
Neighbors rallied to rescue two dogs when their owners’ shed caught fire in Lily Monday afternoon on Paul Marcum Road.
New industrial park could be developed in Laurel County
A new industrial park could be developed in Laurel County with the help of the fiscal court.
Woman charged in high-speed chase
A Frakes woman who reportedly led police on a high-speed chase in August received a superceding indictment in Knox County Circuit Court Friday.
Police Roundup - Nov. 25, 2013
A London man who allegedly struck his girlfriend while she held their 3-month-old child was arrested Friday, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
City, county offices, more to close for Thanksgiving holiday
Thanksgiving, a federal holiday, is Thursday. Therefore, there will be no mail delivery and no issue of the Times-Tribune. Subscribers will receive the next edition in the mail on Friday and copies will be available at newsstands. The Times-Tribune office will be closed Thursday.
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