Police say there is "no perceived threat" to staff or pupils at a school in Workington, after a 15-year-old boy was arrested.
A malicious communications investigation is underway, after threats of an attack at the school were allegedly made.
34-year-old Christopher Peck was involved in a head-on crash with a drunk driver. His funeral has taken place in his hometown, Workington.Read the full story ›
A Workington man is urging the public to keep a lookout for his missing parrot, who is named Perry.Read the full story ›
Rescuers spent three hours freeing a man who had fallen below deck on a boat in the Port of Workington.
The crewman suffered suspected back injuries and the fire service worked alongside the coastguard, Workington lifeboat teams, and the North West Ambulance service to get the man to hospital.
He was taken to hospital by HM Coastguard in the Prestwick SAR Flight Rescue 199.
"We'd like to extend our thanks to all our partner agencies involved in a fantastic display of multi-agency interoperability for the quick response and excellent cooperation in this difficult and challenging callout.
We'd also like to extend our good wishes for a speedy and full recovery to the casualty."
The 20-year-old from Workington is alleged to have kept a handwritten diary with detailed instructions on how to make pipe bombs and napalm.Read the full story ›
34-year-old Andrew Bell held a child in a headlock and dragged her four meters down the street whilst under the influence of drugs.Read the full story ›
The boys, all aged under 16 and from west Cumbria, have been on trial at Carlisle Crown Court during the past fortnight.Read the full story ›
Jurors in the trial of four schoolboys accused of raping a 15-year-old girl in Workington have retired to consider their verdicts.Read the full story ›
Jurors in the trial of four schoolboys who deny rape allegations have begun hearing interviews they gave police.Read the full story ›
The boys, all teenagers aged under 16, have each pleaded not guilty to three charges.Read the full story ›