Humberside police are investigating a fight involving a 100 people which they believe may have links to the horse fair in the town.
One man has been arrested following the disturbance overnight and police are stepping up patrols in the area.
The MP for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, has quit twitter, blaming what he calls "bullies and trolls" for taking up too much for his time when he should be speaking to his constituents.
The Conservative member of Parliament says over the last week strangers have attacked him on the social media site calling him corrupt, fat, ugly, a liar and more.
His twitter account has now been locked so that tweets can only be read by those who have previously followed his account and he states that the account will now rarely be checked and people wishing to get in touch should contact his constituency office.
Police are appealing for help to find a 13-year-old boy who has gone missing in Scunthorpe. Stevie Johns is described as being "particularly vulnerable" and officers say they "using a large amount of resources" to try to find him.
Stevie was last seen on Sunday when he visited family members in Scunthorpe, but failed to return to his temporary home in Brigg that evening.
Stevie is described as 5ft 2” tall, blue eyes, short spikey mousey blonde hair and was last seen wearing grey and blue tracksuit bottoms, a Nike grey hoody and blue trainers.
Humberside Police say it is possible Stevie could still be in the Scunthorpe area.
Hundreds of people are taking part in a world record breaking sky diving event in Lincolnshire today in memory of Stephen Sutton.
Stephen passed away last year after raising more than £5million for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
A 26-year-old Barton man who died following a single vehicle collision on the M180 on Tuesday evening has been named as Adam Baxter.
The collision happened when a grey MG ZS left the westbound carriageway and collided with a tree, between junctions 5 and 4, at Brigg.
Andrew Percy, the Conservative MP for Brigg & Goole, has given his reaction to the Government's announcement for £150m to be maid available to improve flood defences on the East coast.
One of our region's MP will be spending the day in a wheelchair after a challenge by Doncaster teenager Jack Marshall, who has a rare neurological disorder. Andrew Percy will be experiencing first hand some of the access issues wheelchair users face in Brigg town centre.