Paul Crone meets the archaeologists searching for medieval artefacts in the items found in last summers dig at Abbeytown.
Matthew Taylor meets three-year-old rescue dog Rauour, whose nose is responsible for finding an unconscious missing woman last night.
Tim Backshall reports on the disruption caused by heavy snowfall throughout the region.
With the Rugby World Cup just eight months away, youngsters are being encouraged to try the sport for the first time.
Ryan Dollard meets the children being coached by Scotland's Mark Moncreith as part of the scheme.
Carlisle second annual Skills Fair is being held in the Sands Centre today.
Hundreds of pupils from around the city will have the opportunity to meet around 90 local employers.
The event , which was organised by local MP John Stevenson, was designed to show young people what careers are available in Cumbria after they leave school.
A Royal Navy helicopter was forced to intervene when an ambulance got stuck in the snow on its way to treat an unconscious toddler in the Scottish Borders.
The one-year-old was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle from his remote farmhouse in Whisgills, near Langholm.
An air ambulance based in Glasgow was originally called when the ambulance got stuck, but was unable to fly due to the snow showers sweeping west and central Scotland.
While the Royal Navy Sea King helicopter was on its way, a local doctor managed to reach the farmhouse to check on the toddler.
The toddler was said to be alert when he arrived at the hospital.
Four men have been charged following an assault and robbery at a property in Galashiels.
A 24-year-old man was threatened with a knife before being robbed at an address in Larchbank Street in the very early hours of Tuesday morning.
The men, aged between 17 and 27, will appear in court at a later date.
Part of the A66 trans-pennine road between the North East and Cumbria had been closed overnight due to poor weather conditions.
It was shut between Brough and Bowes until around 1130 this morning as gritting teams worked to clear away snow and ice.
A stretch from Scotch Corner in North Yorkshire heading westbound was also closed for a time.