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Vigils are being held in Lincoln and Walsall later to pay tribute to the victims of the Orlando shootings.
49 people were killed after an attack on a gay nightclub last weekend.
Members of the LGBT community will gather later.
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The iconic poppies that were on display at the Tower of London will be installed at Lincoln Castle.Read the full story ›
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Thousands of ten and eleven year olds in the Midlands have today begun sitting their national curriculum tests, better known as SATs.
This year's papers are tougher than previous ones, and some people say they're putting too much pressure on children so young.
One mother has told ITV News Central her son is self-harming because of the stress, she's so angry she's written to the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.
Our Education Correspondent Peter Bearne reports:
Three men have been arrested in connection with a serious assault at a house in Lincoln.
Officers were called to Drake Street shortly after midnight today to reports of an altercation.
A 24-year old man was taken to hospital with head injuries. He was later transferred to the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham for surgery.
The A46 Lincoln Bypass is closed in both directions between A15 (Riseholme Roundabout) and A158 (Nettleham Roundabout).
It is due to overrunning roadworks.
The bus station is closed, along with roads near the East West Link Road near to Pelham Bridge.
Buildings were evacuated and train services disrupted when a digger damaged a gas main.
Hospitals are telling people to stay away.
Archaeologists in Lincoln have found a number of items from Medieval times following a community dig in the grounds of a church on the city's high street.
Historical experts and volunteers have been searching for the remains of a 12th century church in the grounds of the existing St Botolph-by-Bargate Church.
It's the first of a number of projects planned for this year. The finds included medieval window glass, roof tiles and clay pipes.