Will Cornick, who stabbed Leeds teacher Ann Maguire to death at Corpus Christi High School, has lost an appeal against the length of his sentence.
An attempt by the teenage killer of Ann Maguire to reduce his 20 year jail sentence has failed after his legal team brought the case to the Appeal Court.
Will Cornick was 15-years-old when he stabbed the teacher to death in a Spanish class at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds last April.
Today a panel headed by the country's most senior judge rejected the appeal - saying the sentence was "entirely the right decision".
Martin Fisher reports:
The Rugby World Cup will be played in England this autumn, and two legends of the game are looking forward to it as much as everyone else.
Brian Moore and Rory Underwood, played on the 1991 England team which came within a whisker of lifting the trophy.
Chris Dawkes has been to meet them:
It was a charity set up to help soldiers blinded during the First World War and today it supports thousands of ex-servicemen and women suffering from sight loss.
Blind Veterans UK has three major centres in the UK - including Sheffield. And former members of the armed forces who're registered blind braved the Arctic weather in the city today to attend a special ceremony to mark the Sheffield centre's tenth anniversary.
David Hirst has been to meet one veteran who says his life has been changed for the better by the help he has received:
Duncan Wood looks back at the life of 85-year-old fundraiser Maisie Allan and talks to her husband of 36 years Peter.
Luckily for one expectant mum from Lincolnshire, help was close by when baby Lilly Wager refused to hold on just a few more minutes to get to hospital.
She was delivered at the weekend in a layby alongside the main road between Skegness and Boston. By luck - her mum went into labour just moments before an Ambulance drove past. Michael Billington has the story.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray has welcomed the news that a Thai businessman has bought the club.
Lifelong Sheffield Wednesday supporter David Blunkett says fans owe Milan Mandarica a 'debt of gratitude. Commenting on today's takeover announcement, the former president of the fans’ group Wednesdayite, and MP for Sheffield Brightside &Hillsborough, said:
“I believe we owe Milan Mandarica a debt of gratitude for saving the club from administration, for introducing strong management and financial controls and above all for caring about the fan base, the club and our city.
“I feel sure that he will have impressed on the new owners the nature of the dedicated Wednesday fans, their unwavering commitment and their fortitude.
“I look forward very much to seeing the new leadership of the club invest not merely financially but in time and dedication to our wonderful club and to the essential part that Sheffield Wednesday plays in the life of the city.”