Former Blackburn Rovers footballer Colin Kazim-Richards made a homophobic gesture, a court has heard.
Lancashire Fire Service has launched a recruitment campaign to attract more retained fire fighters.
Relatives have expressed shock after receiving news of the formal identification of 10 soldiers who were killed during the First World War.
A man from Lancaster who claimed 35 thousand pounds in disability benefits and said he needed round-the-clock care has been given a four month suspended prison sentence after investigators caught him at work as a delivery driver.
59-year-old Andrew Mitchell was caught on camera carrying thousands of heavy parcels around despite telling the Department for Work and Pensions that he could not leave the house alone.
Four 'instant' homes are being put up in Blackburn today.
The homes were built off-site and transported in two pieces, to Monmouth Road where they wil be put together on-site .
Each unit weigh 25 tonnes and is fully decorated with a kitchen and bathroom already installed.
The houses were built by Blackburn company Easy Base Home.
The homes are a pilot project that will run for three years.
Police have released CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to following an assault in Preston city centre.
On Wednesday 26 March, a 28-year-old man was attacked outside a takeaway on Church Street around 3.20am.
The man was taken to Royal Preston Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries to his face and shoulder.
A woman who woke up on the operating table as surgeons prepared to remove her appendix has received a financial settlement from East Lancashire NHS Trust.
Alex Bythell says she was panic-striken and feared for her life.
Mel Barham reports.
A woman from Lancashire woke up on the operating table as surgeons prepared to remove her appendix.
Alex Bythell says she was unable to open eyes, speak or move and she feared for her life.
She has been awarded an undisclosed amount from East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Lancashire has the most services in the country for people suffering a mental health crisis.
A survey by the Care Quality Commission found 12 'safe places' across the county where patients can be taken.
Lancashire MP Nigel Evans, who has been cleared of nine sexual offences, has told ITV News that the support of his constituents helped him get through his '11 months of hell'
Mr Evans likened the trial to being hit by a truck every day, but said the faith of people in the Ribble Valley had kept him 'solid'.
Tory MP Nigel Evans is entitled to reclaim part of his legal costs from successfully defending himself against charges of rape and sexual assault, the Ministry of Justice has said.
A spokesman said:
"Anyone who has applied for legal aid and is subsequently acquitted of a crime is entitled to be repaid at least part of their legal costs - irrespective of whether their application was accepted."
Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans has called for a rethink of the law relating to rape cases, telling ITV News it is not right for those making allegations to remain anonymous while defendants' names are publicised.
Conservative MP Nigel Evans has told ITV News the "trauma" of his trial for sexual assault made him realise the "first-hand consequences" of cutting legal aid.
He admitted he "might well" have voted for the cuts, but now understood the problems they could create for people.
The former Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons said cutting legal aid can leave people "doubly punished" if they have to defend themselves and then foot huge legal bills, even if they are acquitted.