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.
A father's call for the wearing of helmets by all cyclists to be compulsory has been backed by champion rider Mark Cavendish.
Ryan Smith, who's from Lincolnshire, remains in a coma after his accident while riding to work for a summer job near Skegness.
Dad Mark Smith says his son did not want to wear a helmet because it would 'mess up' his hair.
Fire crews are still on the scene at a blaze at a pub in Ingoldmells which broke out last night.
At its height 60 firefighters were tackling the incident at the Bell Inn. One person has been treated for smoke inhalation.
Lincolnshire Fire Service is dealing with a major fire at what's reported to be a pub in Skegness. Eight fire engines are on the scene of the blaze on Anchor Lane in Ingoldmells.
Skegness Central beach has been given a top tourism award for its cleanliness by litter campaign group Keep Britain Tidy.
The beach, which is popular with tourists from the Midlands, has met new European Union standards. It's one of 55 beaches across the UK to be awarded a Blue Flag.
Keep Britain Tidy operations director Richard McIlwain said: "We campaign to improve the quality of our local environment and we know that communities love their beaches and understand what an asset they are for their towns' economies.
Police and volunteers are continuing to search for David Leman who disappeared three days ago.
He was reported missing after his dog was found near Skegness' Gibraltar Point.
Detectives are also searching for him in the town and are reviewing CCTV from this time of his disappearance on Monday morning.
David Leman is of mixed race, around 6ft tall with a shaved head. He is thought to have been wearing jeans and a hooded jacket.