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The Morecambe captain, Peter Murphy, says every one at the club is determined to confound expectations and stay at the top of League Two.
The midfielder could be involved against Leyton Orient tomorrow after an eight-month injury lay-off.
He returns to a team that have won five of their six league games.
A CCTV image has been released after a man was assaulted outside a nightclub on Saturday.
The 26-year-old, from Walton-le-Dale, was attacked outside Blitz in Church Row, Preston, about 03:20.
He became separated from friends after being confronted by a group of people.
One of the group attacked him, knocking him to the ground with a single punch.
- A motorcyclist from Poulton dies in a crash near Cockerham
- A man from Blackpool is wanted in conenction with a number of serious incidents including rape, false imprisonment and threats to kill
- Damage is caused to a number of businesses in Nelson after a water main burst this morning
A man is wanted by police in connection with a number of offences including rape, false imprisonment, wounding, possession of a firearm, threats to kill and theft.
John Hewitt, 36, formerly of Dickson Road in Blackpool, also has links to Essex, Portsmouth, Wales, Norfolk, Thames Valley, Greater Manchester and London.
He is also known to go under the names of John Wilson, Dean McKenzie, John Burton and John Davies.
Incidents are reported to have taken place between June 2015 and July this year.
A member of the Red Cross has revealed how simple techniques can trace missing people, after a National Crime Agency report revealed 7,000 people went missing from Lancashire last year.
Across the UK almost 300,000 calls were made to police regarding a missing or absent person in 2014-15.
International family tracing service coordinator Alex Walsh explained how the organisation helped a Lancashire woman recently track down her father in Poland.
Blackburn Rovers boss Owen Coyle says winger Ben Marshall wants to agree a new deal with the Championship club.
The 25-year-old's current contract runs out at the end of the season and has not yet signed a deal offered by the club.
Rovers turned down offers for the ex-Leicester player from Wolves and Fulham during the transfer window.
"I'm hopeful something can be resolved to have Ben at the club long term, and it protects an asset," Coyle said.
A 58-year-old motorcyclist has died in a crash in north Lancashire.
Alan Inman, from Poulton, was travelling along the A588 towards Cockerham, when he approached standing traffic.
He crashed with a stationary motorbike and then a lorry travelling in the opposite direction.
He sustained serious injuries and died at the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
There will be a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers this afternoon.
A few showers will continue at first this evening, although it will be mainly dry with clear spells and light winds.
BBC Radio Lancashire Sport
Accrington manager John Coleman has called on his players to show their character after an indifferent start.
Stanley have only won once in League Two this season and face Carlisle tomorrow.
Coleman said they need to show the same "learning how to win" mentality that took them to the play-offs last season.
- An investigation is under way into the cause of a fire at a former school in Skelmersdale
- The former Eastenders actress Dame Barbara Windsor will switch on the Blackpool Illuminations this evening
- League Two club Morecambe is taken over by Brazilian businessman Diego Lemos
League Two club Morecambe have been taken over by Brazilian businessman Diego Lemos, subject to consent from the English Football League.
Lemos has bought a majority shareholding from Peter McGuigan.
Chairman McGuigan has owned the Shrimps for 16 years and oversaw the club's relocation to the Globe Arena in 2010.
When he put Morecambe up for sale in March, he said he hoped a new owner would aim to take them into League One in three years.
Lancashire Evening Post
- Two men from Nelson are being questioned on suspicion of child abduction over the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl, who has since been found safe and well
- A blaze at a derelict former school in Skelmersdale is being investigated
- A public meeting involving a group of Blackburn supporters is calling for the club's owners, the Rao family, to sell
The Blackpool Illuminations will be switched on this evening by Dame Barbara Windsor.
The former Eastenders actress and Carry On star will light up the resort in front of thousands on the seafront.
One of the new attractions is a projection show on the Tower buildings called "Chasing-Stars".
The British astronaut, Tim Peake, and the European Space Agency have been involved in creating it.
Reporter, BBC Radio Lancashire
More than 300 Blackburn Rovers supporters met last night to discuss the growing discontent between themselves and the club's owners, Venkys.
The open floor meeting was organised to find new ways of convincing the Rao family in India to sell the club.
Blackburn have lost four of their opening five league games and are currently bottom of the Championship.
More than 7,000 people were reported missing in Lancashire last year, figures from the National Crime Agency have revealed.
Last night, a 13-year-old girl who disappeared from an address in Nelson was found safe and well in Furness in Cumbria last night.
In a separate case, a 16-year-old girl who went missing from Walton-le-Dale in Preston three days ago has been found in Burnley.
Investigations are under way to find out the cause of a fire at a former school in Skelmersdale.
Crews responded to the blaze at Glenburn High School in Yewdale.
The two-storey building was derelict at the time of the fire.
Any cloud and rain will soon clear away to leave a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers, these most likely to be across the north of the region.
A few showers will continue into the evening, however many will become dry with clear spells and light winds. Highs of 19C.
- A 13-year-old girl who went missing in Nelson has been found safe and well in Cumbria
- The Blackpool Illuminations will be switched on later by former Eastenders actress Dame Barbara Windsor
- Investigations are under way to find out the cause of a fire at a former school in Skelmersdale
A 13-year-old girl who had been missing from her home town since Sunday has been found safe and well.
The teenager was last seen at about 20:45 BST leaving an address in Railway Street in Nelson, Lancashire.
Lancashire Police thanked the public for their help and said the girl had been found in Furness, Cumbria at about 20:50.
Two men, aged 47 and 22, both from Nelson, were arrested at the scene on suspicion of child abduction.
Reporter, BBC News Online