The ice bucket challenge is where a person gets a bucket of ice water tipped over their head to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Commuters across the Midlands will face a 3.5% increase in rail fares next year.
Newlyweds Jamie and Emily Pharro returned from their honeymoon only to discover their home plastered with thousands of post it notes.
A new report has found the Midlands is among the hardest-hit areas in the country by thieves targeting equipment, livestock and even fuel.
Last year rural crime cost the region £10.6m, according to figures from NFU Mutual.
In the West Midlands the total was £4.5m, a rise of 9%, while in the East Midlands it was more than £6m, an increase of 38%.
The insurance firm say the rise is down to three main factors:
- High-value tractors being stolen and then sold abroad
- A 'substantial' rise in sheep rustling
- Thieves targeting garden tools and ornaments
The Environment Agency is warning of possible flash floods overnight and into tomorrow morning.
A number of areas in Lincolnshire were affected after heavy downpours yesterday.
The Met Office has issued a Yellow warning of rain from midnight today.
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Overnight we have attended 29 flooding incidents in & around Skegness, Wainfleet, Ingoldmells, Friskney and Sutton Bridge.
Flooding in Louth - Residents evacuated advised they can return to their homes for the next hour only. Heavy rains are expected from 2pm.
The weather has ruined plans for a historic fly-past of Lancaster planes in Lincolnshire.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will now not take off - but it will meet the Canadian Avro plane on the ground at RAF Coninsgby.
There will still be a flypast of the Canadian plane and the Red Arrows.
Lincolnshire County Council has reported traffic congestion due to the flooding in Louth.
– Lincolnshire County Council
"Due to the flash flooding in Louth this morning, traffic in the area is very congested. Highways is asking that people avoid the area if possible. Another spate of heavy rain is expected this afternoon around 2pm, which may exacerbate conditions.
"Although the floodwaters are receding, the A16/Grimsby Rd is impassable and all of central Louth is heavily congested, so please take other routes where possible."
Trinity Lane has been closed due to a suspected gas leak and residents have been asked to leave their homes.
A shop in Louth has been evacuated after flash floods this morning.
Affected areas include Church Street, Eastfield Road, Keddington Road and Horncastle Road and the Co Op store has been temporarily evacuated.
A smell of gas has been reported in Eastfield Road and the situation is currently being assessed.
Standing water may contain hazards including displaced drain grates so members of the public are advised to avoid flooded areas and to follow the advice of police and fire officers on scene.