2 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
The Archbishop of Canterbury today stressed the need for unity among Leicester's religious communities in the aftermath of the brutal killing of a soldier in a suspected terrorist attack.
7 hrs ago | Newsday
11 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
A court has ordered a criminal who was involved in a multi-million money laundering scheme to repay A 300,000 of his ill-gotten gains.
12 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
Detectives hunting a man who forced his way into a woman's home to rob her of her jewellery have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace.
15 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
The Archbishop of Canterbury was today set to take a tour of the site where Richard III's remains were discovered.
19 hrs ago | Lutterworth Today
Launch of Self Unlimited Design for Life Appeal : L-R Richard Clowes, Appeal Vice-Chairman, Maurice Thompson, Appeal Chairman, David Croisdale-Appleby, Chairman of HFT, Nick Townsend, Chairman of Self Unlimited & guest speaker Digby Lord Jones of Birmingham.
University of Leicester archaeologists have published the first peer-reviewed paper on the University-led archaeological Search for Richard III in the journal Antiquity.
The Knights Templar may have been disbanded in 1312, but there are still fascinating remnants of the order around Britain .
Residents' parking is set to be introduced in part of Leicester's West End after people living in the area backed the plan.
Leicestershire's Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Clive Loader has defended the amount of taxpayer's money being spent on his role overseeing policing.
Tickets for the sold-out Aviva Premiership final have been on sale for more than four times their original face value.
It sold 150 tonnes of tissue during the 12-month period. Two-thirds of this was supplied to supermarkets to sell under their own brands.
In the past five years three pedestrians, four car passengers and 10 drivers have been hurt in accidents at the roundabout in Beaumont Leys, according to city council figures.
As a city, Leicester has become well known for the discovery of a king under a car park - but what about this queen on a pavement? Karen Vowles and her boyfriend Joel Henderson were wandering along Barnwell Avenue in Beaumont Leys, Leicester, when they passed this rough bit of pavement bearing an uncanny resemblance to the picture of the Queen that ... (more)
Police and Leicester City Council road safety and parking officers targeted dozens of parents and carers dropping off children at Coleman Primary, in Gwendolen Road.