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A woman was rescued from a car that had become stuck in flood water last night (Tuesday).
Strong winds hit Lancaster and Morecambe last night as Storm Eleanor swept across the UK.
A drug developed to tackle diabetes could be used to treat Alzheimer’s after “significantly” reversing memory loss in tests on mice, scientists say.
Terrified occupants fled their home as three men broke into their property.
A couple are facing a double blow after thieves stole their car just days after a family funeral.
A new bus service linking villages in the Lune Valley is due to launch in March.
The chief executive of Morecambe Bay’s health trust has been made a Dame in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.
A young boy has shaved his head to raise funds for a cancer charity after losing one of his friends to the illness.
The Canal & River Trust is calling on people to enjoy the waterways safely this winter by taking extra care on towpaths.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) is asking visitors and the public to only attend its Emergency Departments and visit sites if they have to after several patients at Royal
A brave boy had his hair shaved off and raised more than £600 in aid of a cancer charity after losing one of his schoolmates to the disease.
A former drainage engineer who predicted the widespread flooding following Storm Desmond in 2015 has warned of future “catastrophic floods” if the river Lune isn’t dredged immediately.
According to UK charity Alcohol Concern, alcohol is estimated to cost the NHS £3.5 billion annually with around 2.5 million people drinking more than 14 units on their heaviest drinking days.
Lancashire’s Anglican Bishop, Rev Julian Henderson, has issued his annual New Year message for 2018 to the county.
A Lancaster-based arts and heritage charity is ringing in the New Year in the best way possible after securing £36,400 in Heritage Lottery Funding.
‘Emergency’ calls to the ambulance service over Christmas included people seeking advice over constipation, hiccups and swallowed toothpaste.
Staff and children at a Lancaster pre-school are celebrating after Ofsted inspectors said their facility was ‘outstanding’.
Lancashire’s health scrutiny committee is to be asked to investigate parking charges at all county hospitals after it was revealed health trusts in Lancashire and south Cumbria took £5.1m in parking fees last year.
A record number of runners put their best foot forward to shed the excesses of Christmas.
BBC Radio Lancashire will no longer broadcast programmes on 1557 kHz medium wave from January 15. Listeners who live around Lancaster, Morecambe and Arnside, and currently listen on medium wave, will need to tune to alternative frequencies or find BBC Radio Lancashire online or on Freeview.