A minute's silence will be held today for the Lancashire football coach stabbed to death in New York.
American news programmes have reported on the tributes paid to Mike Jones, the Tarleton-born coach stabbed to death in New York.
A man suspected of murdering a Lancashire football coach in New York has fled to Mexico, according to reports.
Fire crews on Merseyside have been out all night trying to bring a huge fire at a scrapyard under control.Up to 10 engines were called out at 7.50pm last night to tackle the flames at Crowland Street.
People living near the fire were advised to keep windows and doors shut as a precaution.
Four engines remain at the scene and expect to remain there for the day.
A couple from Southport have been travelling around 160 miles to Ullswater, almost daily, to search for their missing dog.
The four-year-old black and white coloured Jack Russell, called Joey, ran off whilst out a walk with his owner, Paul Meadows.
Mr Meadows was walking along High Street, above Ullswater, on 18th December when Joey took off in the mist to see other dogs.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team have been helping Paul and his wife Wendy search for Joey, but so far they have been unsuccessful.
A minute's silence has been observed for the football coach from Lancashire stabbed to death in New York.
Tributes were paid at Mike Jones's old team Tarleton Corinthians who wore black armbands.
Police investigating the murder of a football coach from Lancashire may have found a confession from his killer.
Mike Jones, from Tarleton, was stabbed to death on a street in New York last weekend.
He'd been in the US to coach a junior football team.
The man being hunted by police left a note of apology at his home before fleeing to Mexico.