A report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) has found that police forces across Yorkshire are operating well financially.
Police are treating a huge fire at an iconic derelict building in Sleaford as suspected arson.
David Cameron says the Red Arrows will continue flying following warnings the RAF display team's planes are ageing.
Firefighters across the region have walked out again on the final day of their eight consecutive days of strikes over pensions. Members of the Fire Brigades Union will return to work at 8am and then stage a further two hour strike from 5pm.
Fire & Rescue say the fire at the Sleaford Maltings is likely to have been started deliberately. Investigations will continue into the night
19:34 - Derelict building fire, Mareham Lane, Sleaford. Aerial ladder platform from Lincoln & 7 fire appliances on scene from Sleaford (1/3)
(2/3) Billinghay, Lincoln, Brant Broughton, Billingborough, Metheringham & Donington. Plus Command Support Unit from Market Rasen.
(3/3) 2 main jets in use at this time. Look out for further details later...
Fire fighters in Sleaford have been battling a large fire at the town's Bass Maltings building.
Several crews have been sent to tackle the blaze which broke out earlier this evening at the derelict industrial site.
Police searching for a missing woman from Newark have found a body in the lake at Stubton. Lincolnshire Police officers were called to the scene just after 10am this morning after a member of the public reported the sighting.
It is believed the body is that of missing Patricia Lawrence. Patricia’s family have been made aware. Police do not believe the death to be suspicious.
A police helicopter fitted with specialist heat-seeking equipment is being used as part of the search to find a missing Newark woman. Patricia Lawrence has not been seen since Thursday.
Today search teams have been out looking for the 65-year-old. Officers are asking people living near to her home in Stubton to check their outbuildings, sheds and garages in case Patricia has taken refuge there.
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