The CEO and Owner of American Pet Food Manufacturing Company says the company will expand over the next 16 months.
Updated: 9:08 PM
The principal of St. Camillus Academy in Corbin says their school is like a family. So when their funding was cut and the doors were in jeopardy of closing students, parents and teachers did what any family would do. They rallied together.
Updated: 2:09 PM
Troopers say Tristan Hall, 29, turned himself in Thursday in Whitley County.
Updated: 5:21 PM
Police say one Laurel County woman stole her unconscious roommate's credit card and several pieces of mail.
Updated: 7:37 AM
A man in Whitley County is arrested after police found him sitting in the middle of the road.
Updated: 11:02 PM
An early morning drug roundup puts nine southern Kentuckians behind bars.
Posted: 3:08 PM
Police are searching for a man they say dropped an explosive device outside the home of the Corbin police chief. The device was recovered without it going off, but authorities say it could have done serious damage.
Posted: 8:18 PM
Kentucky State Police are investigating after an explosive device was found outside the home of the Corbin police chief.
Posted: 10:32 AM
Several people are facing meth-related charges in Whitley County.
Posted: 6:08 PM
Tammy Bargo of Gray found the stolen bench at Hutchins Cemetery in Barbourville. It has been returned to Jodie Nelson.
Updated: 6:04 PM
A mother gets something very dear to her heart back, but her searching for justice isn't over.
Updated: 7:26 PM
Her son died in an accident in 2006 and now a Corbin mother says a thief stole a bench from his gravesite.
Updated: 8:12 PM
A woman in Corbin is asking for your help finding a bench stolen from her son's grave. She says the bench was stolen between Tuesday and Saturday from the Corinth Cemetery.
Updated: 7:40 PM
The interstate was shut down for at least an hour Sunday afternoon, due to a crash.
Updated: 6:01 PM
The Whitley County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing Williamsburg teenager.
Updated: 1:01 PM
Governor Steve Beshear has declared a state of emergency for a dozen counties after severe storms swept through Kentucky beginning April 15, causing widespread damage. The affected counties are Bell, Clay, Crittenden, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Lee, Leslie, Owsley, Rockcastle and Whitley.
Updated: 10:27 AM
A Whitley County circuit judge sentenced Michelle Loy to 20 years in prison.
Posted: 7:14 AM
Rescuers have reached three hikers stranded by high water the near Laurel Lake, but have not been able to move them to safety yet.
Updated: 10:09 PM
A rescue is underway Friday morning in southern Kentucky for hikers stranded near Laurel Lake.
Updated: 12:07 PM
Corbin City Police are on the scene of an armed robbery.
Updated: 8:01 PM
For the third time in just a few weeks, a Southern Kentucky business has been robbed.
Posted: 6:44 AM
The Williamsburg Police Department now has jurisdiction in four eastern Kentucky counties.
Posted: 5:28 PM
A man in southern Kentucky is behind bars after police say he exposed himself to a fisherman who happened to be a Kentucky constable.
Updated: 10:39 PM
Summer Moore was wanted in both Laurel and Whitley County on multiple charges.
Posted: 5:14 PM
It began with a woman stealing diapers. It ended with the store owners being attacked and bystanders stepping in to help. It was all caught on tape.
Updated: 5:22 PM
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