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3 resign from Whitley 911 board
Three resignations from the Whitley County E911 Board have been confirmed — one of those three was Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird, and another was 2nd District Constable Ron “Bubba” Bowling.
Police Roundup - Nov. 23, 2013
Two Villagewood Court residents were jailed in the Laurel County Correctional Center for crimes allegedly committed together on the same day — but one of the pair wasn’t jailed until Wednesday.
Man who struck B’ville home with vehicle indicted
A Heidrick man was named on a four-count indictment Friday in Knox County Circuit Court after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a Barbourville house and fled the scene in August.
Woman indicted for student loan theft
A Barbourville woman who allegedly stole the identities of two women in the attempt to get student loans has been indicted.
Funeral set for man killed in crash with trooper
Funeral services for the man killed in Wednesday’s crash on U.S. 25W are slated for today, Saturday.
Investigation continues into deadly crash, injured trooper named
Investigators continue their probe into Wednesday’s deadly rear-end collision involving a Kentucky State Police trooper that happened on U.S. 25W in Whitley County.
London man arrested on drug charges
A suspicious vehicle report led to the arrest of a London man Thursday, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
Woman shares story of death row pardon
Sabrina Butler remembers July 2, 1990, as she waited in a Mississippi prison to be taken to the death chamber.
Toddler’s Wednesday death under investigation
An investigation continues into the Wednesday death of a 2-year-old toddler. Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird said that at 1:40 p.m. Whitley 911 dispatchers received a call about the toddler — the child was unresponsive.
Business Appreciation Luncheon held in Corbin
Appreciation — that was the single-agenda item for the day during the Second Annual Business Appreciation Luncheon held at the Corbin Center Wednesday.
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