Police operation: Five men have been arrested after police executed raids at a Lincoln travellers site in connection with child sexual exploitation and child trafficking offences.
Wednesday, August 26
“Devastated”: A Lincoln heart transplant patient has spoken of his anger at criminals who targeted two of his cars with paint stripper.
Tuesday, August 25
Driver gives evidence: A teenage motorist accused of causing a double fatal crash this afternoon (Tues) admitted to a jury that he had only one hand of the steering wheel when the tragedy occurred.
Migrant aid: A Lincoln businesswoman is leading a fundraising mission to help migrants camping in Calais.
Cannabis production: A 52-year-old man was arrested after a drugs raid in the village of Digby.
Stolen items: Lincolnshire thieves stole potentially lifesaving equipment, a range of electronics, and fuel from ambulances in the past three years.
Released on bail: Five men aged between 17 and 23 were arrested by police in connection with an investigation into criminal damage at Lincoln Cathedral and Exchequer Gate.
Terrorism and celebrity: In his latest column, Matt Osborne questions our thirst for celebrity gossip when it starts to overshadow tales of heroism.
Cyclist injured: A female cyclist was injured in a crash with a car in Lincoln – the third incident of its kind in less than a week.
Agri-technology: The University of Lincoln have created a new institute to boost productivity for agri-technology.
Monday, August 24
Double fatality: A teenage motorist lost control of his car causing a fatal collision which left two people dead, a jury at Lincoln Crown Court heard.
Guilty plea: A Lincoln man who admitted child pornography charges is to face sentence next month.
Level crossing crash: A young girl was hit by a bus near to the Lincoln High Street level crossing as she waited for the barriers.
Appeal for witnesses: A motorcyclist has suffered serious injuries following a crash on the A46 at the Whisby Road roundabout.
Bank Holiday festival: Thousands of Steampunk fans from across the continent are preparing to head to Lincoln dressed in their aviator goggles and corsets for a weekend to remember.
Indie stars: Tickets go on sale next month for a series of highly anticipated Engine Shed appearances.