Lancashire has its very own house of horrors. The Walton family have transformed their home in Penwortham, Preston, into a spooky spectacle.
The house has numerous themed areas with animatronics and effects including Dawn of the dead Zombie Apocalypse, Zombie House and Dracula's Lair. All proceeds go to charity, last year the family raised £1700 for Cancer Research.
A man from Manchester who became the fastest blind driver in the world, has broken another world record. Mike Newman reached a speed of one hundred and twenty miles per hour in a five tonne racing truck. Mike 53, has been blind from birth due to glaucoma. He was alone in the truck but got radio instructions from a driver following behind in a car.
David Beckham has paid a moving tribute to "inspirational" charity fundraiser Kirsty Howard, after her death aged 20.Read the full story ›
Homeless people squatting in a hotel owned by Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs, say the ex-footballers are paying to make the space habitable.Read the full story ›
In these days of fast food and takeaways, it appears we've lost the art of cooking. But a school in Salford is teaching its pupils that making a meal is fun and actually not that difficult. So add a top chef, some over excited children and throw our reporter Paul Crone into the mix, and you've got a recipe for disaster.
A great-great-great-grandmother has become an unlikely star at the age of 93 after her grandson shared a video of her dancing to rap music.Read the full story ›
Firefighters have rescued a cow from a swimming pool - the fifth bovine that they've had to rescue from a pool or canal in six weeks.Read the full story ›
Crowds lined the streets of Middlewich in Cheshire for the British Town Crier Championships.
Competitors came from all over the UK to take part as Tim Scott reports.
Blackpool Zoo have filmed their lion cub growing up fast and enjoying his first days out and about in the paddock.
Khari, who was born on 31st May this year, is thriving and has been exploring his home in recent weeks.
Keepers hid their trusty GoPro camera in a log and the resulting footage prompted ooooos and aaahhhhs all round.
A cat who went missing caused astonishment when he turned up at a railway station two weeks later after apparently catching a train home.Read the full story ›