Police are increasingly concerned about the welfare of a man who is missing, and believed to have been spotted in Cumbria.
Michael Graeme Watson, 41, has not been seen since 3pm on Monday 7 September when he left his work at the Mercedes-Benz garage in Skipton, North Yorkshire.
It's believed he may be in the Gargrave area, but his black Mercedes-Benz C-Class car, registration number YG63 KSJ, has also been spotted in the Kirby Lonsdale area.
He's described as white, 5ft 11in tall, of medium build, and has green eyes and wears glasses.
He was last seen wearing a plain white dress shirt, black trousers, Chelsea boots and a Mercedes-branded, dark-coloured outer coat.
Anyone with information is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101.
Police are continuing to investigate, after a body was found at a cemetery in Kirkby Lonsdale.
The graveyard, on Vicarage Lane, has been closed, and police are asking the public to stay away from the area.
The body was found by a member of the public at around 8:20am this morning (6 July).
Police do not believe the death to be suspicious at this time.
A man's body has been found in a cemetery in Kirkby Lonsdale.
The body was found on 6 July at around 8:20am, by a member of the public, at the cemetery on Vicarage Lane.
Police do not believe the death is suspicious at this time, but are conducting enquiries and have closed the cemetery.
They are asking members of the public to keep away from the area.
People in Kirkby Lonsdale were shaken up by a small earthquake today, 9 February.
It happened just before 12pm, measured 2.0 on the Richter Scale, and had a depth of 12km.
Parking meters in Kirkby Lonsdale have been vandalised.
Expanding foam has been sprayed into the coin slots, rendering parking meters at New Road, Booths and Market Square out of order.
South Lakeland District Council's Engineers are repairing the machines today, after which it will be known what the cost to the council tax payer is.
Cumbria Police are investigating the criminal damage and are appealing for information.
Police are appealing for information following an accident in Kirkby Lonsdale in which a 74-year-old motorcyclist was killed.
The accident happened yesterday at around 12.30pm when motorcyclist John Makin was travelling north along the A683 Burrow Road towards Cumbria. The motorcyclist is believed to have completed an overtake manoeuvre before falling from his motorcycle and colliding with a hedge.
Mr Makin, from Abbey Hey, Manchester, was airlifted to Royal Lancaster Infirmary where he later died.
“John Makin, a loving father to his four children and beautiful grandchildren, was taken from us suddenly and too soon. Words cannot describe our loss. He will always be in our hearts forever.”
An investigation to establish the circumstances of the accident is now underway and Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed this collision to contact us.
Cumbria Police are investigating two burglaries in Cumbria.
A chain saw and hunting equipment were taken from a large shed in Nook near Kirkby Lonsdale.
It happened on the A65 between Crooklands and Kirkby Lonsdale in the early hours of 31st July.
Police are also investigating the theft of two mountain bikes in the area of Old Hall at Cleator on the night of 30th July between 7pm and 7am the following morning.
The 2 mountain bikes are a dark green On-One inbred and a silver titanium Titus Fireline.
Any witnesses are asked to call Cumbria Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Most seven year olds love to mess about with a bit of paint, and usually their efforts end up stuck on the fridge or their school wall.
But not so for Jack Barker - who's from Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria. His artwork is hanging next to the work of the painter LS Lowry at The Lowry gallery in Salford.
Adam McClean has been to see why.
A seven-year-old from Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria has just had one of his pastel drawings go on show at a world renowned gallery.
While most children his age are happy with their artwork being stuck on the fridge, this seascape by Jack Barker is hanging in the Lowry Gallery in Salford, next to works by LS Lowry himself.
Kendal has been pipped to the best place to live in the North West by Skipton. Kirkby Lonsdale came third in the Sunday Times' 101 Best Places to Live. Fiona Marley Paterson reports.