Details on the Queen's visit to Blackburn Cathedral for the Maundy service.
The death of 11-month-old Ava Jayne Marie Corless comes after a string of dog attacks in recent years.
Police have described the death of a baby girl, who was killed by an 'American pit-bull type' dog, as an 'absolutely horrific incident'.
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– Alan Myers Director of Communications, Blackburn Rovers.
"We have recently received two official bids for the services of Jordan Rhodes from Hull City FC, both have been respectfully and categorically rejected."
A 19-year-old woman has appeared in court charged with murder after a man from Blackburn.
Police found Bilal Saddique at a house on Revidge road on Monday after reports a man had been assaulted.
He died from a stab wound to his leg.
Sarah Willis was remanded in custody and will re-appear at Preston crown court next week.
Blackburn manager Gary Bowyer says Hull have made a bid for prolific striker Jordan Rhodes.
The 24-year-old Scotland international, who scored 25 goals for Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship last season, has been targeted by Tigers boss Steve Bruce to replace Shane Long following his recent move to Southampton.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Thursday lunchtime, Bowyer said: "There has been an enquiry which has been taken to the board and the owners and that's as much as I know."
Rhodes is expected to be involved in Rovers' clash with Bournemouth on Saturday.
Police have named the man who died in an incident on Revidge Road in Blackburn on Monday night as 29-year-old Bilal Saddique.
The cause of death was a single stab wound to the left leg.
A 19-year-old woman under arrest on suspicion of murder remains in police custody.
A Lancashire based electronic cigarette company has become the first to challenge European Tobacco Products Directive.
"Totally Wicked" from Blackburn claims it would place e cigarettes at a competitive disadvantage.
– Fraser Cropper, Managing Director of Totally Wicked
“Many of the regulations contained within the Tobacco Products Directive would result in electronic cigarettes being subjected to a stricter regulatory regime than some tobacco products. Not only is Article 20 therefore disproportionate, we believe it is also contrary to established EU law."
A 19 year old woman's been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man suffered fatal injuries in Blackburn on Monday night.
The 29-year-old man died after being assaulted at around 8pm in Revidge Road in Blackburn.
Police said they were called to the incident by the ambulance service.
The victim was taken to the Royal Blackburn Hospital but later died.
A mum from Blackburn believes her anorexic daughter will die if she doesn't get the specialist care she needs from the NHS.
Gill Barlow, says she's in a race against the clock to save daughter Jasmin's life.
One of Jasmin's kidneys has almost been completely destroyed by the eating disorder but she has been told she is currently too weak for a transplant.
Her mum Gill Barlow says mental health officials have so far failed to arrange specialist care for her, which has resulted in repeated emergency admissions to general wards at the Royal Blackburn Hospital.
For information and advice on anorexia and eating disorders, go to www.b-eat.co.uk
Lancashire Police have arrested on woman on suspicion of murder after the death of a 29-year-old man.
Police were called by the Ambulance Service to an address on Revidge Road in the town around 8.00pm on Monday night following the report that a man had sustained significant injuries .
He was taken to Royal Blackburn Hospital, where he died.
A 19-year-old woman from Blackburn has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
A teacher has admitted he sexually assaulted pupils at a primary school by tickling and sniffing their feet, the Daily Express reports.
Martyne Airey would make the youngsters take off their socks and shoes and sit up on a table before assaulting them.
The 51-year-old told the youngsters it was part of a game.
During the games of 'smell and tickle', Airey would sit children who had been naughty on a table, take off their socks and shoes and then ask them to pick a card.
He would then sniff or tickle their feet depending on which card they chose.
Airey, from Blackburn, was suspended from his position and then charged in April this year.
He pleaded guilty to eight counts of sexual activity with a child under 13 and will be sentenced next month.