The incident happened on the A1133 at Laughterton on Friday evening.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information over the theft of laughing gas from Lincoln Hospital.
The canisters of nitrous oxide were stolen during a break-in the early hours of yesterday.
Inhaling the gas can cause a drop in oxygen levels in the body, unconsciousness and, in the worst cases, death.
Anyone with information should call Lincolnshire Police on 101.
The company behind plans for a new waste processing plant in Lincoln will hold a public meeting tonight.
Planners advised councillors to reject an application for the plant earlier this year, saying they had concerns about the company being able to operate 24 hours a day, as well as potential associated noise.
Veolia is appealing against the decision.
The famous Lincoln Knights statues have been auctioned off, raising £180,000 for charity.Read the full story ›
Patients in Lincoln are being given the opportunity to consult with hospital staff on the phone for the first time.Read the full story ›
A man has been arrested after four cyclists were seriously injured in a collision with a VW Scirocco on the A15 at Ashby De La Launde at 2.25am this morning.
The cyclists were part of a large organised bike ride travelling to Sleaford. The event involved riders from across the UK. Police say they cannot release further information about the injured cyclists until all relatives have been informed.
A 29 year-old local man was arrested a short time later and remains in custody.
Part of the A15 was closed with diversions in place for several hours.
William Coy, 5, lost his Paw Patrol money tin and savings in a burglary. But kind-hearted police officers had a whip round for him.Read the full story ›
95-year-old George 'Johnny' Johnson will be given an honorary doctorate at the University of Lincoln today.Read the full story ›
Work to pedestrianise Lincoln High Street has begun, with the aim being to complete it before this year's Christmas Market.Read the full story ›
Linda Meredith's father William White was among thousands forced to walk in the so-called 'Long March' in the winter of 1945.Read the full story ›