Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing 14-year-old girl from Kendal.
Chloe Johnson was last seen Wednesday at around 9:25pm in the area of K Village, heading towards Kirkbarrow Estate and Kirkland View.
She is described as a white female, 4ft 8” tall, with long brown hair which is lighter towards the end.
Police say her hair is now longer than in the photo provided.
She was last seen wearing a grey and blue Adidas jacket, black leggings, a blue sports bra visible under the jacket, bright pink Nike trainers with a black sole, and large hooped earrings.
Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to call Cumbria Police on 101.
If Chloe sees this please get in contact and let police know you are safe and well.
As Christian Aid celebrates its 60th anniversary ITV Border met a Cumbrian man in his 90s who has spent most of his life volunteering for the charity. We also went out with their volunteers delivering leaflets in Kendal.
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The first phase of construction of a cycleway along Burton road in Kendal has begun.
The first phase of the three-metre-wide cycleway will run from Kirkbie Kendal School along to Asda.
The second phase of works is scheduled to begin in April 2018 and will extend passed the Asda to the railway bridge at Natland.
The project is a joint venture between Cumbria county Council and Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership.
Funded by the government, they hope the new cycle way will "enhance Kendal's infrastructure", make the town more accessible for people and encourage people to ride their bicycles more - reducing congestion and promoting a healthier lifestyle.
The first phase of work is expected to be completed in June.
A bridge destroyed by Storm Desmond in December 2015 is being officially re-opened today.
Old Gowan Bridge at Staveley near Kendal has been replaced by Cumbria County Council at a cost of half a million pounds.
Celebrations are taking place in the village to mark the re-opening.
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The government has responded to bids to save a Magistrate's court in Cumbria.
The courthouse in Kendal is due to close down on the 30th of June as part of the Ministry of Justice's plans to cut costs.
A spokesperson for HM Courts and Tribunals Service says the closures are part of a plan to upgrade the technology used in courts nationwide.
We have a world-leading legal system and are investing over £1 billion to reform and digitise our courts to deliver swifter justice.
Closing underused and dilapidated court buildings will allow us to reinvest in the justice system and make the best use of technology.
This will improve access to justice and improve the experience for all court users, in particular vulnerable victims and witnesses.
Campaigners say it is unacceptable that locals would have to do a round trip of up to 70 miles to the courthouse in Barrow, where current cases will be transferred, once the Kendal Magistrate's court closes down.
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron wrote to the Justice Secretary Liz Truss, urging her to reconsider the plans.
The Magistrate's Court in Kendal is one of 86 in England and Wales due to close down this summer.
Final attempts are being made to save a Magistrate's court in Cumbria, which is set to be closed.
The courthouse in Kendal is due to shut this summer, as part of the Ministry of Justice's plans to cut costs.
However, Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has written to the Justice Secretary Liz Truss, urging her to reconsider the plans.
The blow that this will deliver for access to local justice is incalculable. Under the new system some local residents will have to travel up to two and a half hours to Barrow or Lancaster to access the justice system, and this journey will come at considerable cost.
The government's consultation showed that 98% of local people opposed this move, yet despite this they have pressed ahead with the closure.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal fire at a house in Kendal.
A blaze broke out at a property on Stramongate early on Sunday morning.
A woman who lives there, aged 67, suffered serious injuries and was taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.
She died later.
Her identity has not been revealed.
Cumbria Police say a man, aged 38, has been arrested. They are not looking for anyone else.
They are asking anyone who may have information which could assist their investigation to contact them.
A £10,000 burglary has prompted police to warn businesses in the Kendal area to be on alert.
The burglary happened between 8:00pm and 00:34am between Monday March 6th and Tuesday March 7th.
Thieves went into what police are describing as an insecure property on the Mintsfeet Industrial Estate, Kendal and made off with stock worth £10,000.
Now police are urging businesses in Kendal and the surrounding rural areas to be vigilant, and lock their windows and doors, and securely store away items of value.
A spokesperson said: “Historically, insecure properties on industrial estates, and in rural areas have been targeted locally due to their locations.
"Criminals by nature are opportunists, and if they can gain access to your business without having to force entry then they will steal from you.”
Anyone with information on this incident or any related incidents is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111