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Man arrested for trafficking steroids

Updated: 06/11/2012 - A call from the Department of Homeland Security led police in Williamsburg to arrest a man for drug trafficking.

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High-speed chase caught on camera

Updated: 06/04/2012 - Officials say a high-speed chase went on for more than 20 miles at speeds of over 120 MPH before it finally ended at a Laurel County weigh station.

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Driver hits bear on interstate

Posted: 05/31/2012 - The Whitley County Sheriff's Office says a driver ran into a bear on I-75 Thursday morning.

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Longtime WYMT General Manager will retire

Posted: 05/22/2012 - She has been the cornerstone of WYMT's Mountain Family for more than two decades, but come June 1st, WYMT's General Manager Ernestine Cornett will retire.

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Four children removed from home

Posted: 05/21/2012 - Investigators say four children were removed from a home because of unsanitary living conditions inside!

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One lane of I-75 South now open at site of collapse

Posted: 05/21/2012 - The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) has announced that one lane of southbound I-75 has been reopened at the site of the March 8 collapse in Campbell County.

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Accidents on I-75 before deadly crash

Updated: 05/18/2012 - There were at least two serious accidents in southern Kentucky on I-75 before a deadly one shut down the interstate in Whitley County for hours Wednesday.

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Williamsburg Council approves Sunday alcohol sales

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Alcohol sales in restaurants are one step closer to becoming a reality in Williamsburg. Wednesday morning, the city council passed the ordinance for the sales, which includes Sunday sales.

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Fatal crash closes I-75

Updated: 05/16/2012 - A portion of Interstate 75 is shut down near the Tennessee border, following a deadly crash.

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