Police are looking for a missing woman who was last seen in Skegness.
Danielle McBean - who is from Enderby - was on Park Lane in Skegness at around 4:30pm on May 9. She was reported missing by a friend on May 15.
She is white, 4'9" tall, medium build, with straight shoulder length dark brown hair and green eyes. She has a tattoo of two names on the back of her neck and a patterned tattoo on her right forearm leading down to her hand.
Anyone who has seen Danielle should contact Leicestershire Police on 101.
Lincolnshire Police are appealing for the public's help in their search for a missing 85-year-old man.
Dennis St Ruth was last seen at around 10.30am today by a neighbour. He was walking close to his home in Golf Road, Mablethorpe. He appeared unsteady on his feet and officers are concerned for his welfare.
Mr St Ruth is described as being around 5ft 3in in height, with fine white hair, pale complexion, and wearing a dark black jacket and grey trousers.
A pedestrian has been killed on the A518 at Skegness this morning.
Police believe the woman may have been hit by more than one car near the Southview Leisure Park on Burgh Road. Officers are working to identify her so that they can tell her family.
The A518 will be closed for several hours while an investigation is carried out.
Police are investigating the death of a Leicestershire man who has been found dead in the sea off the coast of Skegness.
Dean Greenwood was discovered 4.5 miles out to sea on August 20. He is believed to have got onto the beach next to the Bar Rumba pub on Roman Bank in Ingoldmells at around 1am a week before his body was found.
A woman from Skegness has been arrested on suspicion of making a hoax call to police claiming there was a bomb in the town’s Morrisons supermarket.
The store was evacuated after the call was made shortly before 11.50am today - but a police search found nothing suspicious inside.
The store reopened at 2pm.
The 36-year-old was arrested this afternoon and will be interviewed at Skegness police station.
A seal sanctuary on the East Coast has been inundated over Christmas with new visitors in the wake of last month's tidal surge.
Natureland in Skegness has never been so busy. December's record breaking high tide swamped parts of Lincolnshire playing havoc with the grey seal population at the height of their breeding season. Gaynor Barnes reports.
A teenager who has been in a coma since August has woken up and said his first words.
Ryan Smith, aged 16, was knocked off his bike by a van while riding to his summer job in Grantham.
According to the Lincolnshire Echo, his first words after opening his eyes were "hello", "mum" and "dad".
Ryan had not been wearing a helmet while riding his bike. After the accident, his father Mark launched a campaign following the crash to encourage youngsters to ride safely.
A father is calling for helmets to be made compulsory for cyclists after his son suffered severe head injuries.
Ryan Smith, who's from Lincolnshire, was injured while riding to a summer job in Grantham.
His campaign has now been backed by top cyclist Mark Cavendish.