Cumbria Police have charged a 23-year-old man with a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Steven Bell from Carlisle was arrested following the Carlisle United match against Grimsby Town on 2 January 2017.
Bell has been bailed and is due to attend North Cumbria Magistrates’ Court on 23 March 2017.
Northern Railway says 5,500 people travelled on its special steam train service over the three days it was in operation.
It was the first steam train to run on a scheduled main line in Britain for almost half a century.
The locomotive ran on the Carlisle to Settle line between Appleby and Skipton.
Part of the route suffered after the floods of December 2015. It was hoped this service would boost tourism near affected communities.
A three-vehicle crash on the A1 at Burnmouth near Eyemouth has left one person dead.
The accident happened around 12.40am on Saturday 18 February and involved an HGV and two cars.
Police say a male occupant of one of the cars died at the scene.
The A1 was closed in both directions between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Grantshouse while investigations were carried out.
A redundant tower block at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle is set to be demolished.
The building was condemned after the 2015 floods when it was damaged by rain water.
The NHS Trust says the demolition plans are still being finalised and will be made public once they've been approved.
A stretch of the A6 road in Cumbria remains closed, after a vehicle fire.
The road is closed both ways for recovery work, between the B6261 and Cross Garth.
The incident, near Shap, was reported at around 12:40pm.
Brown water has been flowing from taps in homes in the CA3 area of Carlisle.
United Utilities says it's received a number of calls from concerned residents, who have noticed discoloured water.
The company says it is because of a disturbance to the pipes in the area.
These pipes have naturally occurring sediments and minerals at the bottom, which can get disturbed from time to time.
Police are appealing for witnesses, after a car was reportedly spotted heading northbound on the southbound carriageway of the M74 in Dumfries and Galloway.
The incident happened at around 10:40pm on Thursday 16 February, near to Ecclefechan.
Several concerned people made 999 calls to report the incident to Police Scotland.
They're urging anyone else with information to contact them on 101.