Two Whitehaven teenagers have been arrested and charged with robbery.
Billy Joe Blacklock, aged 19, and of no fixed address, was arrested yesterday. A 17-year-old from Whitehaven has also been detained in connection with the incident, which took place on July 28th.
Previously, a 19-year-old Whitehaven man was questioned by police but released without further action.
A Carlisle cyclist is hoping to raise money for the Great North Air Ambulance Service by riding a 180-mile coast-to-coast route.
Neil Foster, of Rockcliffe, Carlisle, is undertaking the arduous journey in support of rescued horse riders, and the work the GNAAS does to rescue those injured in remote and rural areas.
In July of last year, Neil's step-daughter Molly was seriously injured when she was thrown from her horse, fracturing her vertebrae. She was airlifted to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary where she went on to make a full recovery.
Neil, a former horse rider who now builds show jumps and courses for British Showjumping, will set off from Walney island, Cumbria, and cycle his way across to Whitby in North Yorkshire.
Cumbria Police has launched its new £2.5m CCTV network - at a time when police officer numbers are being cut.
Chief Constable Jerry Graham says the technology will help them to fight crime, and that policing is "not all about numbers":
Ben Stokes has been dismissed after just two balls by fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.
Stokes fell for a duck in the midst of a remarkable performance for Johnson, who now becomes the fifth Australian to take 300 wickets in test cricket.
The New Zealand born Stokes first moved to Cockermouth when his father, Gerard Stokes, moved to the area to become coach at Working Town RLFC.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service has released details the M6 crash its team was called to yesterday.
It responded to a motorcycle collision in which a 59-year old woman suffered life-threatening injuries.
The GNAAS arrived on the scene at 12.30pm, where they provided emergency treatment before flying the patient to the Royal Preston Hospital.
The woman was described as 'critical' on arrival.
A video produced by a farmers choir in Dumfries and Galloway, already has more than 25,000 views on Youtube.
'Milk Must Have a Future' highlights concerns about low milk prices:
Commuters travelling between Whitehaven and Bigrigg will face a 10mph speed reduction from the end of August.
The mile-long stretch of road between Mirehouse Road junction and Bigrigg will be reduced from 60mph to 50mph, following several road safety audits by Highways England.
Motorists are warned to expect the use of temporary traffic lights while work to erect new road signs is undertaken.