News from The Valley
One stall holder contemplated 'giving it all up' after facing theft of stock worth £550
Mrs Wright was due to fly back to Manchester Airport on October 6 - in time for her granddaughter's birthday
The group booked the package holiday which saw them fly out - but now they aren't sure when they'll be coming home
The 51-year-old is believed to have links to Blackpool
Police think the 14-year-old may have travelled to London
The 51-year-old cyclist was rushed to hospital
Four fire engines attended the scene at Whiworth Quarry
Heavy rain to expected across Preston, Lancaster, Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley and Rossendale
A man has been detained by police at the scene
'There are police everywhere, lots of armed police and ambulances'
"Thomas Cook customers in the UK yet to travel should not go to the airport as all flights leaving the UK have been cancelled."
All the latest from the Lancashire road network on September 23
A business leader says a successful £1.1m heritage bid is a 'fantastic' boost to positive progress in the town
More women over 75 are experiencing depression than men
Margerison was spared jail after the judge stated there had been some form of coercion
Mohammad Asim asked his Accrington victim if he could borrow a Volkswagen Golf to attend a family funeral, a court heard
Following last-ditch talks aimed at securing a £200million bailout, the 178-year-old travel company is on the verge of collapsing into administration
Enhanced Section 60 powers allow police to stop and search people and vehicles without suspicion - and are put in place when officers believe violent incidents will take place
Max Mayer Haslem was executed at Strangeways in 1936 after he committed a ghastly crime.
"People are talking about doing it in America, France and Australia, and they're all going to contact me to get advice and guidance as to how to do it in their countries."
Officers say Judd Pollard may not have taken his medication.
Police are keen to talk to anyone who witnessed the accident.
Some activity sessions held over six weeks have had up to 50 people taking part
Roads bosses have responded to a headteacher's claims the new restrictions are endangering vulnerable children
“The fact that teenagers are having to claim Universal Credit highlights how many families across the UK are struggling on low incomes."