A man who killed his elderly parents in a "brutal" attack eight years ago will be detained at a secure hospital for at least 16 years, as he is sentenced to a life hospital order.
Detectives investigating the murder of a woman who died more than 20 years ago say they now have a DNA profile of her killer.
An animal rights group is calling for the Skegness mascot, the Jolly Fisherman, to be replaced with a fish.
A second legal challenge over plans to hand 30 libraries to volunteers rules in favour of Lincolnshire County Council.
A British medical expert tells a Kenyan inquest that Alexander Monson, the son of a British Lord, died of brain injuries while in police custody.
A mother blames "peer pressure" for the death of her son as three fellow students are jailed for supplying the drugs that killed him.
Six teenagers accused of subjecting a father-of-two to a "vicious assault" with a metal pole are cleared of his murder.
Lincolnshire seal gets lost in cow field
Disabled horse rider aims for Paralympics
Boston-born hockey player Crista Cullen will come out of retirement and be available for selection by Team GB.
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