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Cain Street in Workington is partially blocked in both directions between the B5296 Mossbay Road junction and the Iredale Crescent junction because of an accident.
A man from Aspatria who bit a women in the ear has been given a suspended prison sentence.
Lee Williams, 27, pleaded guilty at Carlisle Crown Court to assault causing actual bodily harm.
The judge was told an argument over a vandalised vehicle erupted into violence.The victim later had to be vaccinated against hepatitis B after staff learned that Williams was a "known misuser of drugs".
Williams, from Springkell, Aspatria, was given a 15-month jail term suspended for two years, a 12-week curfew and a two-year restraining order.
Journalist, BBC Radio Cumbria
An elderly woman who was caught up in what police describe as an affray in Carlisle, has been taken to hospital.
Police say the alarm was raised at about 14:40. A number of officers went to West Tower Street where according to bystanders, a group of youths had attacked an individual.
The elderly woman was said by police to have suffered significant injuries.
Officers said three people had been arrested and inquiries are continuing.
Holker Hall has announced that its garden festival, which could claim to be the premier horticultural event in the county's calendar, will not happen again.
The garden festival has been going since 1992, attracting hundreds of exhibitors over the years, and tens of thousands of visitors.
Lucy Cavendish, the chairman, said horticultural and other events had proliferated in the early summer, putting the show's long term prospects in jeopardy. The hall wanted to develop a fresh programme of events.
"We took the view that it was better to end now on a high," she said.
Within a few weeks this artist's impression will be updated when the detailed design of the new plant is compiled from entries to a competition run by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Then next year a planning application will be made under a new system.
The site is on the border of the Lake District national park authority, in Copeland Borough Council.
Normally these authorities would consider the plans, in a process that would take several years.
Anyone will be able to register and comment on the plans, although the system's been criticised as lacking democracy.
The final decision will be taken by a government minister, normally within 12 months.
A farming organisation's worried that people playing Pokemon Go, a new smartphone game that uses mapping technology to place a game in the real landscape, could mean people get distracted around farm animals or machinery.
The Country Land and Business Association says that some of its members are concerned that Pokemon Go players could be led off public footpaths onto private land.
Police have made public more details in their hunt for the man who sexually assaulted a woman in Carlisle early this morning.
The attack happened on Victoria Viaduct at about 02:00 as the woman walked towards Denton Holme.
The main was initially friendly, but when she declined his advances, he attacked her, and then ran towards English Street.
Det Sgt Cath Pattinson said: “The victim was uninjured but is understandably shaken by what has occurred. Specially trained officers are supporting her at this time.”
A PCSO's life can clearly be a happy one.
The Royal Navy says an immediate investigation's begun into how the Barrow-built HMS Ambush collided with a cargo ship close to Gibraltar.
A statement from the Ministry of Defence said there was some external damage but no one was hurt.
The Astute class submarines are Britain's newest and most expensive submarines. Ambush is the third of the class; three more are under construction in Barrow and a fourth will eventually complete the fleet of seven.
Ambush's commander or senior officers could be punished if the investigation finds anyone at fault. The first of class, HMS Astute, ran aground off Skye in 2010, and its skipper, Andy Coles, was later removed from command.
The afternoon will be mainly dry with some sunshine in places. It will feel fresher but still pleasantly warm in sunshine. There may be just a few showers in places. Temperatures will rise to about 19C (66F)
Cumbria County Council's asked for a big increase in spending on roads, railways and ports as part of the Moorside nuclear power plant project.
Three new reactors are planned next to Sellafield in plans being developed by a company called NuGen.
Today a Cumbria County Council meeting signed off a response calling for "significant additional investment" in infrastructure and training to make sure as many jobs as possible will be taken by Cumbrians.
Council leader Stewart Young said: "The sheer scale of this nuclear project is unprecedented for Cumbria and in fact unprecedented for the UK. To ensure that everyone benefits we need a guarantee from Government or NuGen, or both of extensive additional investment."
The work will see breast screening, cardiology, mortuary, renal, maternity and a vascular laboratory move back into the old hospital by the spring of next year.
The first phase of the new £90m West Cumberland Hospital opened late last year, but the second phase of the redevelopment was halted when costs increased beyond the approved amounts.
The debate over whether a new nuclear power plant should be built in West Cumbria centres on whether the road and rail network is adequate.
The campaign group Cumbrians Opposed to a Radioactive Environment says the site, next to Sellafield, presents a number of problems.
One of the major ones is how on earth are they going to deal with the substandard infrastructure, the road and rail here in West Cumbria. There's nothing in the consultation document that shows they've mastered that."
The company putting the plans forward, NuGen, says dealing with these issues now form a major part of plans going on show at an event in Penrith today.
They'll be able to see this time that we're really focusing on a rail-based strategy with a major investment in rail infrastructure, a major investment in a port actually at the site."
The Glenridding Hotel, inundated by floodwater four times last winter, has had to put its opening date back because of the amount of work needed.
But it's clearly going to be a bit of a celebration when it does...
Governors are supposed to represent the public interest and hold directors to account.
The Cumbria Partnership trust is holding drop in sessions in Penrith, Barrow and Kendal over the next two days for potential candidates with nominations closing on the 28 July.
Cumbrian flood volunteers will find out today if they can stay in the Penrith building that's been their home since January.
Eden Flood Volunteers used the building to collect household items to help those affected by the winter storms.
County councillors are meeting this morning to discuss extending the group's rent-free lease for another 12 months.
Pensioners in Kendal disturbed a man in their house and after he made off found £4,500 had been stolen, police say.
Det Con Tom Pearman said the elderly couple have been left understandably hurt and shaken.
The break-in happened at 14:00 on Tuesday in Kentmere Brow.
The suspect's described as white and in his early 30s, of medium build with fair hair.
Det Con Pearman said: "This was in broad daylight and we hope that someone will have seen something that will help identify the man responsible."
A woman is "extremely shaken" after being sexually assaulted in Carlisle early this morning, police say.
The attack is said to have happened on the Victoria Viaduct at about 02:00.
The attacker was a white man with dark hair. He was wearing a grey hooded top and dark trousers.
Seven young women taking part in a Duke of Edinburgh gold award expedition were guided down from the Walna Scar pass near Coniston Old Man yesterday after they were caught in a severe thunderstorm.
Three volunteers from the Coniston team went in what they described as dangerous conditions to meet the group, who were making their way down.
The women were cold and wet but otherwise unhurt. They were taken to the Coniston base to dry out and warm up before resuming their expedition.
Lightning has been known to strike walkers on high ridges in the past.
There'll be a fresher feel to the weather today with plenty of bright and sunny spells.
It'll be largely dry and fine, however there is a risk of a few isolated showers this afternoon.
Temperatures will top out at about 20C (68F).
The company behind plans for a new nuclear power station in West Cumbria says people wanting to comment on the plans have only 10 days left.
The company, NuGen, says it will apply for planning permission next year. There's likely to be another round of public consultation then.
Some roads will close in Barrow just after 09:00 this morning while a heavy load's moved from the docks to the BAE shipyard.
Road blocks are expected to be on Michaelson Road, Bridge Road and the Walney roundabout from about 09:15 for about 25 minutes.
The Barrow-built submarine HMS Ambush has been damaged in a collision with a cargo ship during a training exercise off Gibraltar.
The submarine was submerged at the time. Pictures show external damage to the conning tower, but its nuclear reactor is said to have been unaffected. No crew were hurt.
Ambush is the newest of the Royal Navy's three Astute class submarines; three more are being built.
A Navy spokesman said they are in contact with the merchant vessel, which was not damaged.