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Man stabbed to death in bed by intruder who then bit girlfriend's cheek, court told  A man was stabbed to death as he lay asleep in bed by an intruder who then woke the victim's girlfriend by biting her on the cheek, a...
'Insensitive and inconsiderate of Philip to drive without seatbelt after crash'  The Duke of Edinburgh has been criticised for his "highly insensitive and inconsiderate" decision not to wear a seatbelt just days after ...
Lancaster's Manchester United star Scott McTominay signs new Old Trafford contract  Lancaster’s Manchester United star Scott McTominay has signed a new contract with the Old Trafford giants.
'Ross from Friends' suspect arrested in London after Lancashire Police appeal goes viral  A suspected thief with an uncanny resemblance to 'Ross from Friends' has been arrested for a second time by police in London.
Police search for dog walker after car 'keyed' in Preston  A car was scratched with a key on a Preston street on Boxing Day.
Lancashire Police search for van driver as investigation into M58 horror crash continues  Police are appealing for help to trace a van driver who may have seen a fatal crash on the M58 in Lancashire.
Youth offenders could be deployed to keep Lancashire's roads clear in winter  Teams of volunteer snow wardens could be set up across Lancashire in order to keep the county’s more minor routes passable during the worst of the...
Are young people from rural Chorley travelling to the borough's Youth Zone?  Chorley’s Youth Zone is to explore whether more needs to be done to attract young people from rural parts of the borough to the town centre venue.
"Fires don't discriminate and neither do we" - Lancashire ramps up recruitment of women and LGBT firefighters  Lancashire fire service is seeking to recruit more firefighters from underrepresented social groups.
Truth about £1,000 fines for taking children out of school in Lancashire  Education chiefs have denied reports parents in Lancashire will be fined £1,000 for taking children out of school for holidays.
17 of Preston North End's best high-scoring away wins from down the years  Preston's 4-1 win at QPR on Saturday was the first time they had scored four goals away from home in the league since 2015.
This is what you can expect to earn in Preston for the most popular jobs  How does your actual salary compare to the average for your job title in the Preston area?
Police appeal to trace man believed to be in Morecambe  Police are trying to locate Shane Brady, who is 18-years-old, 5’9’’, of slim build.
Revealed: Queen's new representatives in Lancashire  Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire has appointed five new Deputy Lieutenants.
Police search for van driver after M58 horror crash  Police are appealing for help to trace a van driver who may have seen a fatal crash on the M58.
Lancashire braces for 'arctic-like' conditions as severe ice warning is issued  Lancashire's roads could become perilous tomorrow as ice is expected to form across the county overnight.
The emergence of a new dry-style Riesling  Colin Burbidge, of Lancashire Wine School, writes about wines from across the globe.
Preston North End fans to hold Gentry Day at West Bromwich Albion  Preston North End supporters will stage this season's Gentry Day at West Bromwich Albion.
New Friends for You in Chorley offers grieving people friendship and support  There is no worse feeling than being alone. Tony Iddon says he only has 10 hours a week of social interaction and feels lonely for six days and 14...
Super blood wolf moon delights skygazers in Preston  Skygazers in parts of the UK lucky enough to be under clear skies have been treated to the astronomical spectacle of a "super blood wolf moon".
New year cleansing  Make up Doctor Rita Parmar writes about her cleansing promise to herkself
PIC GALLERY: Spooky scenes at Preston's Avenham Park as pea-souper fog descends  Much of Lancashire was enveloped in a pea-souper fog this morning prompting spooky scenes including these atmospheric shots at the River Ribble at ...
Mounted police on high visibility patrol after Preston burglary spree  Police are continuing a high visibility patrol in parts of Preston plagued by burglaries.
Latest convictions from Preston's courts - Monday, January 21, 2019  Here is this week's round-up of cases at Preston’s courts.
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