Huddersfield Town defender Tommy Smith is in hospital after suffering a head injury during the game against Leeds United today.
Protestors have been gathering in Lincoln to show their opposition to proposed cuts to the fire service.
The Defend Our Fire Services march started at St Martin's Square at the top of the High Street and was aimed at increasing public awareness to the effect cuts would have to response time and coverage by the service.
A 24-year-old man who was attacked outside a Leeds bar was wrongly targeted say police.
The victim, who was wearing a red Christmas onesie, was left with a broken jaw after the unprovoked attack.
The suspect hit the man after he had been ejeted from the Revolution bar following an earlier altercation with another man wearing a red Power Ranges costume.
Sir John Major has dismissed the threat of UKIP at this year's general election, during a visit to Lincolnshire.
The former Tory Prime Minister was in Woodhall Spa, to give his backing to the Conservative candidate for the Louth and Horncastle constituency, Victoria Atkins.
UKIP are expected to compete strongly for seats in Lincolnshire like Boston and Skegness - after growing support at the local and European elections. But Sir John insists the party does not have a long term future.
A 17-year-old teenager, who tried to rescue his dog after it had gone over a cliff edge, had to be rescued himself.
Humber Maritime Rescue centre received an emergency call around 3.15pm on January 29, 2015 to say the teenager was stuck on cliffs at Sewerby in East Yorkshire.
The teenager's mother said he had tried to rescue their dog which had gone over the cliff. The dog had managed to make its own way back leaving the 17-year-old stuck on an icy ledge.
The RAF Rescue Helicopter based at Leconfield was dispatched to resuce to boy.
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Police have released cctv images of a man they want to identify in connection with an unprovoked attack on another man which left him with a broken jaw.
The 24-year-old victim, who was wearing a Christmas onesie was punched to the ground in an unprovoked attack.
It happened outside Revolution bar on Great George Street in the city centre at around 11.45pm on Thursday December 18, 2014.
The man, who hit the victim, had been ejected from the bar shortly before after being involved in a separate altercation with a man dressed in a red Power Ranges costume.
Police believe the victim was wrongly targeted.
The suspect is described as white, in his late twenties to early thirties, about 5ft 10ins tall and of medium to stocky build. He has brown hair which was longer on top and was wearing a dark red or burgundy long-sleeved top and carrying a jacket. He was in the company of another man who was white, around 5ft 8ins tall, bald with a beard and glasses.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
Campaigners in Lincoln are to march this weekend in protest to cuts which could be made to fire services in the county.
The Defend Our Fire Services march will start at St Martin's Square at the top of the High Street on Saturday 31 January from 11.30am.
The Fire Brigade Union in Lincolnshire have praised the campaign saying it shows the strength of community support for the fire service:
The chief fire officer for Lincolnshire has argued that the proposals will enable the service to save money without reducing the service: