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Dry and breezy this evening, although there could be light rain showers during the early part of the night.
It will become increasingly clear later and will feel mild. Temperatures down to 16C overnight.
Lancashire Police said it is "striving to make improvements" for victims of stalking, as well as how they investigate reported complaints.
It comes as the latest figures show the number of reported incidents in the North West is increasing.
In 2010, Blackpool nurse Jane Clough was murdered after being stalked by her violent ex-boyfriend Jonathan Vass.
He would turn up to check where she was and who she was with.
- The family of a Blackpool nurse murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend back the expected creation of new stalking protection orders
- A review carried out into South Ribble Council's taxi licensing investigation finds a "major corporate governance failure"
- Preston North End boss Simon Grayson vows to "do what is necessary" to improve the club's league fortunes
More GPs are needed in the county, the chairman of the patient's watchdog Healthwatch Lancashire has said.
Figures from NHS Digital show local doctors in the county are likely to have 220 more patients than the national average and 340 more than practices in the south of England.
The government is promising a huge amount of money to go into general practice - £2.4bn by 2020
Hopefully some of the problems will begin to be solved, but the top and bottom of it is we need more doctor time.
You have probably been the motorist trying to get out of the way...but what does it look like from inside the ambulance?
This year marks 10 years of the North West Ambulance Service.
The service has admitted it is struggling to hit national response targets due to a rise in the number of threat-to-life calls.
A statement from the service said the number of 999 calls it has received increased by 25% this year.
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The Preston manager, Simon Grayson, has said he will do "what is necessary to make sure the football club progresses".
North End are second bottom of the Championship after they were beaten 2-1 by Barnsley on Saturday - their fifth defeat in six league games.
A number of supporters have been critical of the side's current form.
Preston host Cardiff at Deepdale on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Theresa May is soon expected to announce the creation of new stalking protection orders.
These would give police greater powers to tackle perpetrators and support victims.
John and Penny Clough, the parents of Blackpool nurse Jane Clough, who was murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend Jonathan Vass in 2010, have long campaigned for such legislation.
It should stay dry with some hazy sunshine, but there may be a few showers across the north of the region later.
A largely dry and breezy evening, although there could be some light rain at times through the first part of the night.
A swimmer from Rawtenstall has won silver for Paralympics GB in the Men's S14 200m freestyle final in Rio.
Tom Hamer, 18, narrowly missed out on gold but recorded his personal best in his first Paralympics.
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A review into how an investigation into taxi licensing was handled by South Ribble Council has found there was "a major corporate governance failure".
The draft report, carried out by a group of councillors, outlines 20 specific findings - including a complete lack of disregard for the council's safeguarding policies.
It also found members of the council had broken its constitution on numerous occasions and also asked why the former leader and chief executive were excluded from the investigation and were happy to be so.
Councillors also asked why cabinet meetings were arranged behind closed doors, with no formal record of decisions being made.
- A review into the handling of a taxi licensing investigation by South Ribble Borough Council finds there was "a major corporate governance failure"
- The North West Ambulance Service says it is struggling to hit national targets for response times due to an increase in life-threatening calls
- A combination of holidays and staff shortages leads to the cancellation of a significant number of Preston Bus services
A combination of holidays and staff shortages has led to the cancellation of a significant number Preston Bus services.
Managers replaced drivers to ensure school services were given priority.
The service disruption comes after driver numbers were significantly reduced because of changes to bus subsidies.
Operations manager John Asquith apologised and said there may be further disruption later today.
Four people have been rescued following a fire at a flat in Blackburn.
Three of them were treated in hospital after the blaze broke out in a bedroom at the flat in Revidge Road on Saturday morning.
Fire crews spent about three hours at the scene.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is under way.
A hospital has urged people to avoid going to its accident and emergency unit for the third time in six months.
The Royal Lancaster Infirmary has again blamed "a significant surge in demand" for the problem.
It comes three weeks after a similar appeal was issued over a lack of beds.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust said: "Yet again we are experiencing increased pressure in our A&E department at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary."
- There is confusion over delays to Preston Bus routes after the company announced last night that priority would be given to school services
- The North West Ambulance Service admits it is struggling to hit national response targets
- Lancashire's Simon Kerrigan signs a new two-year contract with the club
There is confusion as to why bus passengers are experiencing disruption on all Preston Bus services today.
The company announced yesterday that there would be priority given to school services.
It is not yet clear why it has taken this step.
Lancashire left-arm spin bowler Simon Kerrigan has signed a new two-year contract with the Red Rose county.
The 27-year-old has spent his whole career with the Red Rose county and has taken over 100 first-class wickets in the past three seasons.
He made his only England appearance in the last Test of the 2013 Ashes series.
A six-year-old girl was rescued from a Blackpool supermarket travelator on Saturday.
The girl was airlifted to hospital following the incident at the Sainsbury store on Talbot Road.
It took firefighters more than an hour to free her from the machine.
Sainsbury's says it is now investigating what happened.
M65 Lancashire westbound severe disruption, between J5 for A6077 Haslingden Road and J4 for A666 Blackburn Road Darwen.
The North West Ambulance Service has admitted it is struggling to hit national response targets due to a rise in the number of threat-to-life calls.
A statement from the service (NWAS) said the number of 999 calls it has received increased by 25% this year.
In 2015, the service was 6% below the national target for services to respond to an emergency within eight minutes.
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Lancashire bowler Simon Kerrigan has signed a new two-year deal with the county.
The left-arm spinner has taken more than 100 first class wickets in the last three seasons with 24 of those coming in the current campaign.
I really want to find the form that got me an England call-up in 2013 and put in match-winning performances for the Red Rose - not only in our last two games this season, but in the future.
- The North West Ambulance Service admits it is struggling to hit national response targets due to a rise in the number of 999 calls
- Lancashire has "fewer doctors than its fair share", says patient watchdog Healthwatch
- A six-year-old girl is recovering after trapping her hand in a travelator at a Blackpool supermarket
It will be a breezy day with a little more cloud around than yesterday, but with some hazy sunshine.
It should stay dry, but there may be a few showers across the north of the region later. Highs of 22C.
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