Plans have been submitted for a bridge to allow pedestrians and cyclists free-flowing access along High Street in Lincoln 24-hours-a-day.
A murder investigation has been launched after a prisoner was found dead in his cell at Lincoln Prison
Cat owners could be giving their cats stress by stroking them, according to animal behaviour experts at the University of Lincoln.
Britain's Jade Etherington has won silver in the women's visually impaired downhill on the first day of action at the Winter Paralympics in Sochi.
The 22-year-old from Lincoln and her guide Caroline Powell - who are making their Games debut - clocked one minute 34.28 seconds at Rosa Khutor.
They finished 2.73 seconds behind Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and her guide Natalia Subrtova.
Three men have been convicted of a range of offences following an attack outside a nightclub in Lincoln.
Kris James Bradley aged 23 of Kent Street, Lincoln has been convicted of attempted murder.
Daniel Ross Burrell aged 22 of Macaulay Drive, Lincoln was convicted of assisting an offender.
A third man Alex Taylor aged 22 of Eastbourne Street, Lincoln pleaded guilty to encouraging or assisting the commission of an indictable offence at an earlier hearing.
21-year-old Matthew Probert from Scunthorpe was struck on the head with a claw hammer near the Revolution Bar and Home nightclubs in Lincoln in September last year.
Matthew Probert's father Mark, said, “We are pleased with the outcome of the investigation. Matthew could died and even now he is struggling to come to terms with what happened to him on the night in question.
"I would like to thank the ambulance crew and the hospital staff who cared for him. I am also grateful for all the hard work of the police and the prosecution team."
Sentencing has been adjourned until Monday 31st March 2014 at Birmingham Crown Court.
Friends of a man who died after falling from a multi-story car park in the centre of Lincoln have laid flowers at the scene.
The 23-year-old fell from the building on Broadgate on Wednesday morning. Flowers have been left by those who knew him. One person writes: "I'm sad it's over now..."
Age UK's centre in Lincoln is being officially opened today after a £700,000 redevelopment.
The Park Street Activity Centre can now welcome 2,000 people through its doors every week for classes, friendship clubs, socialising and advice on day-to-day or specialist issues.
Lincoln Council is planning to freeze its car parking fees.
The authority, which generates about £4 million a year from parking services, is to consider pegging the costs for pay and display and season ticket charges for the next financial year.
Police are at the scene where a man has died on St Rumbold Street, Lincoln.
Police think the man either fell or jumped from the multi-story car park. The man, thought to be a 23-year-old Lincoln resident, died at the scene.
The incident was reported around 7:30 this morning.
The scene is cordoned off and the car park currently closed.
A Lincolnshire hairdresser has set up a "wig bank" for women who've lost their hair as a result of treatment for cancer
Tracy Harper set up the project at a therapy centre to help women get a new style - and improve their confidence and self-esteem.
Matt Price has been to find out more
Officers searching for a vulnerable woman in Lincoln have found her safe and well.
The woman, who had failed to return to Olsen Court care home, had run out of power in her mobility scooter.
The search has started for a double amputee who has gone missing from a care home in Lincoln.
The 67-year-old unnamed woman was reported missing yesterday afternoon after she failed to return to Olsen Court in the Bunkers Hill area of the city.
She had been out on her scooter. She has previously been reported missing, but there is concern for her welfare since she has dementia.
A 50-year-old self confessed paedophile from Lincoln is today beginning a six-year jail sentence. Andrew Bowen, of Bawtry Close, was found guilty of 23 offences relating to child abuse images in October last year.
Lincoln Crown Court heard that Bowen had openly admitted downloading and sharing the images on the internet in interview, expressing his belief that his actions should not be a crime.
DC Nicole Linn of Lincolnshire Police's Internet Child Abuse Team said:
"Bowen is clearly a very dangerous man who has no concept of the deep and lasting impact his crimes have on the children involved in the material he has obtained and distributed."