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FRANKFORT, Ky. - Senate President Robert Stivers’ (R-Manchester) bill that would allow the City of Corbin to annex into southern Laurel County is moving to the Senate Floor for vote, after it was passed out of the Standing Committee on State and Local Government Friday afternoon by a vote of 8-2. 

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CORBIN – Baptist Health has reached a major milestone -- administering more than 100,000 COVID-19 doses (and counting) to patients in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Baptist Health Corbin is responsible for giving 15,725 of those shots.

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CORBIN — Babies born at Baptist Health Corbin during the month of February receive a made-with-love red hat from our volunteers. This red hat is a symbol, reminding our new moms and all women to guard their hearts by making healthy choices. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for wom…

TRI-COUNTY — Fur Ever Friends, Inc. has helped over 4,000 animals and counting from throughout the Tri-County area and beyond since 2008. To this day, the organization’s goals have remained the same — to promote rescue, rehabilitation and responsible pet ownership.

WHITLEY COUNTY -- During the Whitley County School District Board of Education meeting Monday, Superintendent John Siler announced that Vickie Reeves, cafeteria manager of Whitley Central Intermediate School, had won this month's Above and Beyond Award.

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CORBIN — A Facebook post inquiring into local art for the wall of a law office has now led one local lawyer to begin laying the groundwork for the opening of an art gallery in Corbin’s South Park Center.

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Almost one year after state leaders announced school closures due to COVID-19, students in the Knox County Public Schools and Whitley County School District will soon return to the classroom.

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A group demanding justice for the 19-year-old Corbin man, Phillip "Nick" Davenport, who was fatally shot by an off-duty Corbin police officer in the early hours on February 14 made their voices heard on Wednesday afternoon. The protestors began their march at Rotary Park before making their …

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Over the last two weeks, our area was hit by multiple bouts of winter weather that left thousands without power and roads nearly impossible to drive on. Yet through the frustration and hardships brought on by the weather, there were a few bright spots I thought were worth mentioning.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – The amount of COVID-19 vaccine coming to Kentucky is getting a boost, Gov. Andy Beshear said during a Tuesday press briefing and he is also recommending an increase of in-person classes at schools.

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TRI-COUNTY—The Tri-County is beginning to see a downward trend in COVID-19 cases, as Whitley County has made it out of the “red zone.”

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tiger Woods was seriously injured Tuesday when his SUV crashed into a median, rolled over and ended up on its side near a steep road in suburban Los Angeles known for wrecks, authorities said. The golf superstar had to be pulled out through the windshield, and his agent sa…

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LONDON — Preliminary autopsy results indicate that a London couple died as a result of hypothermia during the recent winter weather that hit the area.

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CORBIN — The officer involved in the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old Corbin man was officially identified Friday as the Corbin Police Department released more details about the shooting. Family and friends of the teenager say the details don't portray the man they knew.

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West Knox Volunteer Fire Department responded to a commercial vehicle fire around 8:35 a.m. Friday on the I-75 exit 29 southbound ramp. The road was closed for about 40 minutes as firefighters worked the scene. Keavy and Corbin Fire Departments assisted as well. | Photo contributed

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – For almost a year now, Kentucky Baptist churches have tried to navigate the pandemic path. It’s a place where they have never been, and the experience has been both frightening and illuminating.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) — As COVID infection rates begin to slowly decline, a recent study reveals the number of mental health-related medical visits for children is rising.

CORBIN -- The Corbin Arq Plant is continuing to move forward with the announcement of $10 million expansion funding from Community Trust Bank, Inc. (CTBI) guaranteed by the USDA's business and industry initiative.

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