A teenager is in hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed at a music event on Blackpool's North Pier.
The 16-year-old boy was injured at the Pier Jam event, attended by about 2,000 people on Saturday night, police said.
Two men, aged 20 and 26, were arrested and are being questioned.
Two other boys suffered minor wounds. Police have appealed for any witnesses to contact them.
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.
It's emerged that Blackpool FC's president Valeri Belokon is suing the club's owners.
Mr Belokon has confirmed he's filed a High Court claim against Owen and Karl Oyston.
“Valeri Belokon confirms that yesterday his company VB Football Assets (a shareholder in Blackpool Football Club (BFC)) issued a claim for unfair prejudice in the London High Court against Messrs Owen Oyston and Karl Oyston and their company Segesta Limited.
"Mr Belokon also confirms that VB Football Assets has issued related proceedings against Segesta Limited concerning an investment it made in July 2008."
The club said nobody was available for comment.
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Police say that body parts found on a beach at Bispham last month have been identified as belonging to missing man Calum Terras.
Officers launched an inquiry after lower body parts were found on August 16th. Forensic tests have revelead the remains belong to Calum Terras.
The 27-year-old went missing from his home on Fleet Street in Blackpool in January this year. Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
We have kept Mr Terras’ family fully updated throughout this process and our thoughts remain with them at this time.
Hollywood director Tim Burton said switching on Blackpool illuminations made him feel "like Dr Frankenstein flicking on the electricity, so it’s pretty cool".
Before switching on the lights he told the 20,000-strong crowd he loves Blackpool and would love to do another film here.
Burton filmed his latest project Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, in the town earlier this year and, to say thank you, VisitBlackpool bosses gave him their highest honour – the chance to flick the famous switch.
Hollywood director Tim Burton has spoken to ITV reporter Victoria Grimes ahead of the Blackpool Illuminations switch-on.
The filmmaker says he is "honoured" to be switching on the lights.
Rehearsals are underway for tonight's big switch-on of Blackpool's Illuminations.
Acts due to play include The Vamps, Professor Green, Toploader and Little Boots.
The event will be led by Hollywood director, Tim Burton. The filmmaker says he is "honoured" to be switching on the lights.
Mr Burton's trailer is already prepped for the evening.
The Blackpool illuminations will be switched on tonight. Hollywood director Tim Burton will do the honours after a star studded concert.
The star, who brought films such as Edward Scissorhands, and Beetlejuice to the big screen, is a long-time fan of the town.
In addition, the Blackpool iFest will continue on Switch-On night, with acts such as The Vamps and Professor Green. The lights will shine until November.Find out exactly what is going on and when here.
As Blackpool gears up for the switching on of the illuminations, the resort has again broken the billion pound barrier for tourism.
Visitors to the resort are staying longer and spending more. Our Lancashire reporter Victoria Grimes went to find out why.