It's National Dog Day and Calendar viewers have been posting pics of their four legged friends on our Facebook page and telling us what makes them special. Here's just some of the contributions we've had, but you can see even more here.
Almost half a million people in Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire are at high risk of developing type two diabetes, according to new figures from Public Health England.
The authority says people need to be supported to lose weight, exercise regularly and eat healthily to reduce the likelihood of developing the disease.
The morning weather forecast from Jon Mitchell.Read the full story ›
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A four-year-old girl has been injured after being attacked by a dog on a beach.
The girl was bitten "a number of times" by a Jack Russell-type dog in Skegness on Saturday afternoon, Lincolnshire Police said.
The owner allegedly refused to give her details to the girl's parents after the incident off Grand Parade.
Police have now released a picture of a woman who is believed to be the woman's owner in bid to track her down.
The dog was apparently sitting under the owner's chair on the beach and was not on a lead.
Officers are treating the incident as an offence of having a dog dangerously out of control in a public place.
If you are the woman in the photograph, or you know her identity, please contact PC Nick Elmer at Skegness Police Station by calling 101.
Police are taking this opportunity to remind dog owners that dogs must be kept on a lead on the beach and that it is the owner's responsibility to ensure that their pets are kept under control at all times.
Residents in Long Bennington are clearing up after a huge downpour causes flash flooding.Read the full story ›
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There was a spectacular sunset on Monday evening. You have very kindly sent me some wonderful pictures. Here is a selection:Read the full story ›
Lincolnshire Police says there has been a huge increase in the number of fatal road accidents. 27 people have died on the county's roads so far this year, compared to 17 at the same point last year.
The latest casualty was 24-year-old Nicholas Booth from Hundleby who died after a collision at Saleby
A former mayor of Lincoln is to have a community centre named after him.
Bud Robinson served as a councillor for more than two decades, and was instrumental in setting up the Bracebridge Community Centre.
Lincoln City council decided at a meeting last night that the building will be renamed in his honour.