Cancer survivor Lucie Carrington beat the disease to compete in a round-the-world sailing race.
The sailor, from Lancaster, told ITV News she enjoyed every moment of the race. She even had good memories of "being sick" on board.
A cancer survivor from Lancaster has undertaken the trip of a lifetime after beating the disease.
Lucie Carrington was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer at the age of 15.
Ten years on, she was selected by the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust to compete in this year's Clipper Round the World race.
Lucie was aboard for the final leg of the race, as it headed to the finish line in London.
Around 40 firefighters have been tackling a large fire at a warehouse in Lancaster. Crews got the call a around 2:45am to the building on St Leonard's Gate. The building is currently being turned into flats. No one was injured.
Police in Lancaster are hunting a naked man who grabbed a woman out jogging.
A 52 year old woman was running along a cycle track on New Quay Road in Lancaster when a man followed her wearing nothing but a pair of bright green trainers.
The man ran after her grabbing her bum bag which was strapped round her waist. The victim managed to run away but when she looked back, the man was stood grinning at her.
Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted outside a takeaway in Lancaster on Sunday.
At around 3.30am, the 42-year-old victim was punched in the face by another man outside the Pizzetta Republic takeaway on North Road.
This was a nasty attack, and so we are appealing for anyone with any information that could help us to trace the person responsible to come forward.”
The attacker is described as being white, of broad build, approximately 6ft 2in tall, and had short, dark brown hair.
Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting log number LC-20140302-0253.
A spokesperson for Stagecoach said: "At around 11.30am today one of our vehicles struck a footbridge on Damside Street/St Georges Quay in Lancaster. There were no passengers on board at the time of the incident and no pedestrians were injured.
"The driver was treated at the scene for shock. In addition, the bus has been severely damaged as a result of the incident.
"Safety is our absolute priority. The bridge involved is not part of a planned bus route and we will now investigate what has happened on this occasion as a matter of urgency."
A double decker bus has had its roof ripped off in Lancaster.
The bus struck a low bridge near St Georges Quay at Damside Street this morning.
There are no reports of any serious injuries, but one person was treated at the scene.
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Pupils at a school in Lancaster will find out today if it's to be closed by the council.
Skerton Community High School was described by inspectors as 'inadequate.'
Campaigners say it's closure will have a devastating impact
Police in Lancaster are asking the public for information after nine chickens were killed during a break in at a school.
Police say the offenders broke into the school between the evening of Friday 8th November and the following morning at Rylands School on Torrisholme Road.
The chickens were found with their necks snapped on Saturday morning by a member of staff.
PC Dave Pinnington said:
“The offenders clearly knew where these chickens were kept and I would encourage anyone that may have information about this incident to come forward.
“The children at the school have been left very upset and anybody that could assist with our investigation is urged to contact Lancaster Police on 101.”