From today it is illegal to take legal highs in Lincoln. Councillors say it will reduce antisocial behaviour but some say it will not work.Read the full story ›
ITV News Central's special series looks at a range of key election issues. In our first Central Issue debate, we look at the economy.Read the full story ›
The inquest into the murder of a pensioner from Wisbech is to be resumed today - more than two years after her death.
Una Crown, 86, was found at her home in Magazine Lane in Wisbech. She had been stabbed multiple times and set on fire.
Last summer, a new team of detectives from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Units re-launched the investigation in the hope it would lead to a breakthrough in the case. Nobody has been charged yet.
This weekend we will lose an hour of unsettled weather when the clocks go forward on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Spring has only just sprung so we're not fully out of the winter woods yet. Temperatures will be around freezing tonight.Read the full story ›
Did you know you are more likely to see snow at Easter than at Christmas?Read the full story ›
We may be in the swing of Spring now but some of us could see some snow over the next few days. Find out where...Read the full story ›
A woman has died, and another has been seriously injured, in a collision on the A1 at Marston in Lincolnshire.
The collision occurred shortly before 1pm and involved a car and an articulated lorry.
One woman was pronounced dead at the scene and another has been flown to the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham with serious injuries.
The A1 Southbound is closed at Marston, Balderton and Long Bennington with partial closures at the sliproads at Balderton, Claypole, Long Bennington and Foston.
The road will be closed for some time and drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible and follow diversions.
The teenager had left it outside the back door to dry off the wheels when it was taken.Read the full story ›
Residents in the village where Sally Adey grew up are "shocked and very deeply saddened" by her death at the hands of terrorists in Tunisia, her family's church said today.
The community here in Scothern has been shocked and very deeply saddened by the news of the death of Sally Adey yesterday.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sally’s father Bob and his wife Joan at this terrible time.
Mrs Adey's neighbours in Shropshire said they believed she and her husband might have arranged to go on the cruise relatively recently.
Another resident in the hamlet near Albrighton, described Mrs Adey as a friendly woman who was "just a very good neighbour".
"I still can't believe it is Sally," the neighbour said. "You don't expect anything like this to happen when you are on a cruise and it's just dreadfully sad."