Cumbria BBC News Feed
The latest stories from the Cumbria section of the BBC News web site.
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A man drowned while trying to rescue his daughter from a river in Cumbria, an inquest finds.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle signs an extension to his contract which will now run until June 2018
Two men are killed when the car they are travelling in leaves the road and hits a tree in Cumbria.
Barrow name Paul Cox as their new manager following the departure of Darren Edmondson on Sunday.
Residents in West Cumbria are being recruited to tackle speeding motorists.
Work starts on a new museum in the Lake District which is to house some of the oldest surviving boats in the world.
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics North East and Cumbria.
Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey's arduous attempt to scale one of Alaska's most remote peaks is the subject of a new documentary
A Cumbrian artist is planning to become the first artist in residence at the Base Camp of Mount Everest.
The archives of a "most remarkable" wartime heroine are to go on show in Whitehaven
A plaque has been unveiled by the side of a Cumbrian road in memory of a man known as "The Monocled Mutineer", who was shot by police while on the run.
Fracking under and near National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is being considered by the Government.
A Cumbria Police officer has sprung a surprise marriage proposal at 10 Downing Street.
Cumbria Police is warning that its specialist dog unit could be axed as it bids to save £26m by 2020.