A couple from Preston say cannabis oil is transforming their daughter's life.Read the full story ›
The family of two year old Olivia Heary-Botham who suffers multiple fits every day are holding a fundraising day.Read the full story ›
A teenager who was caught carrying cocaine, cannabis, MDMA and a knuckle duster at Preston Rail Station has been jailed.Read the full story ›
Police are concerned about a teenager who has not been seen in over 24 hours.
Michael Brookes, who's from Preston, was last seen at around 2am yesterday morning (Sunday, January 14).
The 19 year old was with a friend on Avenham Park, but left the park alone and has not been seen since.
- around 5ft 7ins
- slim build
- short dark hair
- speaks with a Liverpool accent
- last seen wearing black skinny jeans and a black hooded top with a camouflage pattern at the bottom
If you have seen him or know where he is, please call Lancashire Police on 101.
A man, 37, from Huddersfield and a woman, 36, from Preston have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in police custody.Read the full story ›
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A desperate mother is begging doctors to treat her two-year-old daughter who suffers 100 epileptic fits a day with cannabis.
Her mum, Jenna Heary, wants doctors to trial a cannabis oil treatment on her daughter, Olivia, who has a severe form of epilepsy which left her unable to walk.
The family from Preston are determined to give Olivia a better quality of life
- For more information about how to donate to the family visit this website
Dick, Kerr Ladies celebrate their cententary on Christmas Day - they pioneered women's football and became world champions.Read the full story ›
African-born, Lancashire-based, Lubaina Himid said she would use her £25,000 winning cheque to help support emerging artists.Read the full story ›
Football manager David Moyes has received a prestigious Honorary Fellowship from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).Read the full story ›
An announcement is expected later over the future production of the Eurofighter Typhoon jet. It is feared up to a thousand jobs could be lost in Lancashire with up to 2,000 losses at the firm's sites across the country.
Unions at Warton and Samlesbury, where aircraft assembly takes place, are demanding urgent talks with the company which is the UK's biggest defence contractor.