A 39-year-old man has died in hospital after being stabbed in Lincoln.
The incident happened at Walnut Place in the city on Friday April 17.
A 42-year-old man and and a 28-year-old woman have been arrested in connection with the incident.
This is a tragedy for the deceased man and his family and friends. We are working hard to establish what happened. To that end officers will be conducting house to house enquires in the area. We need to build up a picture of the circumstances leading up to the stabbing. "
A 38-year-old man is in hospital after being stabbed in Lincoln.
It happened in Walnut Place on Friday April 17 at about 7.40pm. The area has been cordoned off to enable forensic examinations.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Lincoln Cathedral is hosting a festival to celebrate the region's rich past and future in engineering.
The three-day event is free to enter and features an 80-foot pendulum which will hang from the roof in the cathedral.
Lincolnshire county council is searching for an external organisation to deliver library services on its behalf.
It comes after residents started a campaign to 'Save Lincolnshire's Libraries' when the council decided to hand over 30 libraries to volunteer groups to save 2m pounds.
Lincoln train station has now reopened after a fire alarm went off this morning - which Network Rail say was a false alarm.
The station was evacuated as a precaution and Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene. The station was closed for around half an hour but no trains were delayed.
Lincoln train station has been evacuated after a fire alarm.
Trains are at a standstill and emergency services are at the scene.
More to follow.
Dr Tanweer Ahmed, Chairman and Trustee of the Islamic Association of Lincoln says the city's new mosque will be 'a community centre open to all'.
Construction work on the mosque, a £1.5m project, began earlier today, despite opposition from some groups.
Work at Lincolnshire's first mosque started today - once the site of an old dairy farm.
It will cost £1.5m to build and will have rooms for praying, teaching and community activities.
The mosque is being built despite protests from hundreds who opposed it.
Three men have been charged with drug offences in connection with the death of a teenager in Lincoln last year.
Ashley Hughes, 19, from Gatley in Cheadle, was taken to Lincoln County Hospital after being taken ill in the early hours of December 17th last year. He was later pronounced dead.
A subsequent post mortem found he died as a result of a drugs overdose.
Three men arrested in connection with the investigation into his death have now been charged with several counts of drug offences, police say.
Reis Bilal, 19, is charged with supply of a controlled class A drug (MDMA); concerned in the supply of a controlled drugs of class A (MDMA); and concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class B (cannabis).
Luke Green, 19, is charged with possession of a controlled drug of class A (MDMA); concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class B (Cannabis) and a controlled drug of class A (MDMA).
Haydon Watson, 21, has been charged with being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class B (Cannabis); and being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug of class A (MDMA).
All three men have been bailed to appear at Lincoln Magistrates Court on 6th May 2015.
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