Lancashire Police on the EDL march in Blackburn: their largest operation in the county.
Local arts organisations hear how much funding they'll be granted by the Arts Council.
More on Prince William and Kate Middleton's visit to Darwen Aldridge Community Academy.
The cost of uni as Lancaster University announces plans to charge students £9,000 in fees.
We visit Angle Street in Burnley, home to the cheapest property in England and Wales.
Live reaction from Lancashire businesses on how the chancellor's Budget will affect them.
Graham asks what George Osborne will do in today's budget regarding fuel, tax and jobs.
Pendle Council hopes the government will provide funding to finish housing improvements.
Why it's cost £1.5m to keep a man from Lytham in prison for being in the wrong street.
News, gossip, fun talk and loads more!
Blackburn with Darwen Council confirm massive spending cuts of £25m today.
Graham is with some famous comedians to get their tips on his Comic Relief stand-up.
The family of Blackpool Youth Coach Gary Parkinson on hopes he'll recover from a stroke.
The six-year-old boy from Freckleton who suffers from a rare genetic disorder.
Brett Davison stands in to talk about drugs after three men die from heroin abuse.
Bob Bradshaw from Great Harwood talks about trying to get home from the desert in Libya.
We hear from the Tom Bidwell from Leyland who's film - Wish 143 - is up for an Oscar.
Graham asks what transport police are doing to stop cable thefts on railway lines.
Save the Children say more than 40,000 children in Blackpool are living in severe poverty.
An earthquake has struck the city of Christchurch in New Zealand, killing at least 65.
Graham is asking why local authorities are still owed £11.5m in unrecovered council tax.
The county council leader has not said how many jobs will go in the £179m budget cut.