Two British doctors, one who worked in Lincolnshire, have drowned off the coast of Tenerife after reportedly getting into difficulty.
A Lincolnshire father whose son died from a drugs overdose - after using heroin since age eleven - is setting up a parents support group
A parade has marked the latest disbandment of the famous Dambusters squadron.
Lincolnshire Police say the response to an appeal for knitted bears has been tremendous.
Groups across the county have answered the call to provide toy bears to be given free to children involved in road traffic accidents to help console them while emergency services deal with the incident.
Sue Bain, the Federation Secretary for the Lincolnshire North Federation of WIs contacted PCSO Dave Bunker to tell him that the WI ladies had been 'knitting like demons' and she arranged for him to collect hundreds of bears from them at their Annual Council Meeting held in Skegness.
Meawhile, in Winthorpe, the local 'Knit & Natter' group have knitted over 500 bears and a Teddy Bear Egg Hunt is being organised by PCSO Dee Phillips on April 22.
There is growing concern for a missing teenage girl from Scunthorpe who police are concerned may have gone to meet an older man. 15-year-old Charlie Eaves hasn't been seen since leaving her home on Sunday afternoon.
It is thought she may have travelled to West Yorkshire to meet 18-year-old Brandon Prichard.
Inspectors have criticised East Midlands Ambulance Service for failing to respond to emergency calls on time. It follows an unannounced visit earlier this year by the Care Quality Commission.
The report, which was published today, also said there was a lack of ambulances and not enough paramedics. But the ambulance service says improvements have already been made. Victoria Davies reports.
A man has been taken to hospital after being found stabbed in Lincoln.
At 1:00am patrolling officers found a 37-year-old local man collapsed in High Street, Lincoln with what appeared to be knife wounds to his abdomen.
He is currently receiving treatment at Lincoln County Hospital.
A 35-year-old local woman was arrested and is in custody at Lincoln Police Station.
While the matter is under investigation, the High Street between Tentercroft Street and the level crossing has been closed.
The residents of a north Lincolnshire village who say they're still no closer to knowing when they can move back into their homes following last December's tidal surge.
Four months ago 120 homes in South Ferriby were devastated after several feet of water swamped the village, wrecking homes and businesses.
Our reporter James Webster has been to speak to some of the residents whose lives remain on hold - including one man who now admits the trauma of what happened was almost too much for him.
People who know the Lincoln GP who lost her life while trying to rescue two children from the sea off the coast of Tenerife have been remembering her fondly today.
Dr Barathi Ravikumar died while trying to save two young children who'd been swept away by a wave on Sunday. Those who knew her said it was totally in her character to try and help others, as Sarah Clark reports.
Residents of South Ferriby say they're still no closer to knowing when they can move back home after December's tidal surge.
Around 120 homes are needing repairs after ending up under several feet of water. Lives for many have had to be put on hold.
One man whose house was badly damaged now admits the immediate aftermath was so hard to deal with he considered ending his life.
A GP from Lincoln who died on the holiday island of Tenerife has been described by her colleagues as a wonderful person to work with.
Doctor Barathi Ravikumar worked at the Bracebridge Heath centre and died trying to rescue a 14-year-old girl and a relative's 10-year-old son from the sea.
The children were swept away by waves when Dr Ravikumar and her relative, who was also a doctor, went in after them. Both children, and another woman were pulled from the water, but the doctors lost their lives.
Campaigners are heading to Downing Street later to appeal to the Prime Minister to help save Lincolnshire's libraries from closure. The County Council wants to axe dozens of libraries to save two million pounds.