A row has broken out over a bus lane and whether it's helping to beat congestion or simply a way of raising money.
It comes after more than 23,000 drivers were caught out in the Fishergate bus lane in Preston in just two months.
The fines totalled around £1.3 million - that's an average of £20,000 a day.
- Watch Amy Welch's report:
A man has been jailed over the death of a cyclist in Lancashire in September 2014.Read the full story ›
A 19-year-old man has been charged with murder after the death of a 67-year-old man in Preston on New Year’s Day.Read the full story ›
Detectives are investigating the death of a man in Preston have made an arrest.Read the full story ›
A man, possibly in his 60s, was found unconscious and partially clothed.Read the full story ›
Preston North End players visited the children’s ward at Royal Preston Hospital to meet patients who were spending Christmas in the ward.Read the full story ›
A woman who bit off a barmaid’s earlobe in an assault is jailed for five and a half years.Read the full story ›
An anti-fracking campaigner's been carried aloft from court on the shoulders of supporters after a case they've called a 'Victory for Truth'.
Lancashire grandmother Tina Rothery faced jail for refusing to pay a court fine after staging a protest near the proposed site for shale gas exploration at Little Plumpton.
But in a private hearing drilling firm Cuadrilla appears to have dropped the claim believed to be for £55k.
Ralph Blunsom has been at Preston Crown Court.
We meet the amazing couple who've opened their home and their hearts to an incredible two hundred and forty one foster children.
George and Joycelyne Hindle are both in their seventies and began fostering in 1979.
The couple had two children of their own, adopted five more, then spent decades looking after youngsters from newborns to teenagers. They told our correspondent Elaine Willcox they never meant to look after so many, but just couldn't turn anyone away.
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 ›