Fresher and rather blustery start to the new week. Settling down and warming up from Wednesday with UV and Pollen levels rising tooRead the full story ›
Helen Housby, from near Wigton, scored in the final second to give England a 52-51 victory.Read the full story ›
Kerrie brings you Saturday nights forecastRead the full story ›
The 55-year-old woman fell up to 30ft from the path alongside Scale Beck, above Scale Force waterfall.Read the full story ›
Not as nice into Sunday. Improving and warming up as the new week developsRead the full story ›
Amy Wright and Heather Hall, of the Usual Place Community Cafe in Dumfries, will attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day on Saturday 19 May.
Kimberley Watkin and Adam Hughes from Carlisle will also be attending, for their work beneath Carlisle Railway Station.
They are one of 1,200 members of public, from across the country, who have been invited to the big day.
A man caught on camera as he used a drill to try and steal money from a Lake District cash machine has been jailed for two years.Read the full story ›
Cold and cloudy across eastern areas with extensive hill fog, giving some patchy drizzle.
Drier and brighter in the west, with some warm sunshine.
Breezy over and around the hills. Maximum temperature 14 °C
Cumbrian swimmer Luke Greenbank has won silver in the 4x100m Medley Relay at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
The 20-year-old, from Cockermouth, won the medal for Team England in the final race.
North West Air Ambulance is searching for the owners of wedding vows found at the charity's Kendal Store.
The vows were found in a shoebox donated to the shop by owners named on the hand-written pages as Anthony and Christine.
North West Air Ambulance has taken to Twitter to search for the bride and groom so that the vows can be returned.
Amanda Morris, the Kendal store manager, made the discovery:
They’re so personal and have obviously been cared for throughout the years, it would be a shame to think they aren’t reunited with the couple or their family. I’m sure someone somewhere will be missing them. We’re all very keen to find the groom and bride and see how their story unfolded together ever since.”
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