Police have named the 11-year-old boy who died in a house fire in Lancaster as Cem Bora.Read the full story ›
David Puffett, 24, of Croftlands, launched the attack on his 61-year-old victim on Scotforth Road, Lancaster, on June 14 last year.Read the full story ›
Police have released CCTV of a man they want to trace after a sexual assault in Lancaster.Read the full story ›
A man has today been given a life sentence for raping a student after a night out in Lancaster.Read the full story ›
A judge at Preston Combined Court has ruled today that Tina Rothery should not go to prison for contempt of court.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after an elderly man had cash stolen from him in Lancaster.Read the full story ›
The offender is described as white, around 40 years old, approximately 5ft 3ins, of small build, with short light brown hair.Read the full story ›
A former fell-running champion who is from Lancaster has admitted the attempted murder of a British Athletics official and assaults on two other men who stepped in to help him.
Lauren Jeska pleaded guilty to attempting to kill former rugby player Ralph Knibbs, who was stabbed at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham in March.
Jeska, 41, who now lives in Wesley Terrace in Machynlleth, Powys, also admitted two charges of having a knife in a public place, during a video-link appearance at Birmingham Crown Court.
Former Bristol RFC centre Mr Knibbs, the head of human resources and welfare at British Athletics, was in court to hear Jeska enter her pleas from a video conferencing suite at HMP Foston Hall in Derbyshire.
The court heard the injuries of Jeska's other victims - accountant Timothy Begley and finance director Kevan Taylor - were "not of the most serious order".
Judge Philip Parker QC was told that the defendant had been the subject of psychiatric assessment but further reports would be necessary before she is sentenced on November 15.
Police in Lancaster are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 16-year-old boy who has been missing since last week.Read the full story ›
Patients are being urged to stay away from the Royal Lancaster Infirmary unless they have a serious or life threatening condition.
The A&E department has experienced a significant surge in demand with 163 people attending between 8am on Friday 19th August and 8am Saturday 20th August.
Members of the public with a minor illness or injury are being asked to visit their nearest pharmacist, Primary Care Assessment Centre, or GP.