- Updates on Thursday 18 August
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A man suffered a broken jaw after being attacked outside a school in Blackburn.
- A woman is rescued from a river in Rossendale by firefighters using special ladder equipment
- An Indian restaurant in Greenhalgh is fined after admitting eight hygiene and two health and safety charges
- Sawley's Jon Schofield wins a silver medal in the men's K2 sprint at the Olympics in Rio
The Preston manager Simon Grayson says any money from Joe Garner's potential transfer to Rangers will go to recruiting new players.
Grayson says any move will be discussed by Garner, his agent and representatives.
The 28-year-old forward moved to Deepdale in January 2013.
Reporter, BBC Radio Lancashire
A Lancashire teenager who has battled mental health issues has urged fellow sufferers to not "let the condition stop you".
Straight A student Lotte Gleeson from Pendle spent six months dealing with anxiety that made studying and socialising difficult.
The 18-year-old who studied at Nelson and Colne College will head to Oxford next month to study Physics after getting A* in Maths, Further Maths and Chemistry and an A in Physics.
A woman has been rescued from a river in Rossendale.Copyright: Google
Firefighters used a special ladder to pull her from the water, after she became stuck in the section at Peers Clough Road just before midnight last night.
She is currently in hospital after being treated by paramedics at the scene.
It will remain warm and dry this afternoon with fairly light winds.
A fine evening with some late sunny spells, then some clear spells at first.
It will cloud over later with a few spots of light rain during the early hours.
There is slow moving traffic on the westbound M55 between Junction 1, Fulwood, and Junction 3, Kirkham, because of a vehicle fire.
BBC Lancashire Sport
Lancashire canoeist Jon Schofield has won silver in the men's K2 200m final at the Olympics in Rio.Copyright: Team GB
Sawley-born Schofield and teammate Liam Heath finished behind the team from Lithuania.
An Indian restaurant in Lancashire has been fined after admitting eight hygiene offences and two health and safety charges.Copyright: Google
The Ashiana restaurant and takeaway on Fleetwood Road in Greenhalgh, near Kirkham was taken to court by Fylde Council.
It was ordered to pay out more than £7,000 in fines and court costs at Blackpool Magistrates.
A woman had to be rescued from a river between Water and Lumb yesterday.
Skelmersdale firefighters have tweeted support for Great Britain's women's hockey team as they reach their first final with a 3-0 win over New Zealand in Rio.
They face the Netherlands in Friday's final at 21:00.
A-level results have been released across Lancashire with one Nelson-based student hoping her success will fulfil her "dream of making a difference in the lives of those who need it the most".Copyright: Nelson and Colne College students
Anisha Javed secured top grades in Biology, Psychology and Sociology.
She won a place to study nursing at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.
The 18-year-old also completed her Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award during her time at Nelson and Colne College.
- An Indian restaurant in Greenhalgh has been fined after admitting eight hygiene offences and two health and safety charges
- A controversial horse fair is under way between Poulton and Blackpool which Wyre Borough Council says it has no way of stopping
- An investigation is launched into the cause of a boat fire in Nelson
A Burnley College student is set to join a prestigious alumni of more than 30 Nobel Prize winners at the University of Cambridge after achieving triple A* A-level results.Copyright: Burnley College
Holly Welsby will read Psychological and Behavioural Science at Churchill College.
"Cambridge was my first choice university and I'm looking forward to beginning my studies.
"Burnley College is so brilliant that I've already recommended it to everyone."