Superbike champion Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty has been crowned King of the Jungle in the latest series of I'm A Celebrity.. Get Me Out Of Here! The sportsman from Blackburn described the win 'as the best thing that's ever happened to me'.
The 49 year-old was named the winner of the 2014 ITV show with Jake Quickenden the runner-up. 'Foggy' spoke to Good Morning Britain earlier.
Police are urgently trying to trace a brother and sister missing from home in Preston.
There's growing concern for Marcus Bottomley, 13, who was last seen a week ago at an address on Ribbleton Avenue and his sister, Pareece Bottomley, who is 12, who was last seen at around 4.30pm last Friday at the same address.
Marcus is described as approximately 5ft, of stocky build with short red hair and was last seen wearing a black Nike jumper and black bottoms.
Pareece is described as of slim build with red hair.
They are known to have links to the Blackburn area but may still be in Preston.
We believe Marcus and Pareece could be together and we are becoming increasingly concerned about them. If anyone has seen them or has any information about their whereabouts I would urge them to get in touch with us.
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John Noel Nichols was a Lancashire lad who invented rather a well known soft drink - Vimto.
He came up with the recipe in 1908 and nowadays it's an international brand.
Today a special plaque was unveiled in his honour so Paul Crone went to find out more:
A plaque will be unveiled later in memory of the man who invented popular drink Vimto.
John Noel Nichols was born in 1883 and attended Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School in blackburn.
His grandson who also went to the school will unveil the plaque
The fire broke out during a national fire strike but Lancashire Fire and Rescue say 40 firefighters turned out and they were ready to cope. The strike action is now over ahead of Bonfire night tomorrow night.
This aerial footage gathered by the Granada Reports drone reveals the extent of the destruction caused by a huge blaze at a warehouse in Blackburn.
Officers remain at the scene of a huge fire in Blackburn. The building is thought to be a tyre recycling business. Investigations into the cause are still going on.
John Taylor from Lancashire Fire and Rescue told Granada Reports that the scale and intensity of the blaze that started at a Blackburn mill last night meant the fire was treated as a "Major incident".
Fire and Rescue services throughout the country have been on a four day strike in the run up to Bonfire night in a row over pensions.