Genelle Aldred brings you the latest weekend weather for the East Midlands.Read the full story ›
We can thank Charles Dickens for the picturesque view of a Christmas where snow covers the ground. But, what makes a white Christmas?Read the full story ›
A link between the death of a woman and her dentist has been ruled out, after he was suspended over alleged breaches of safety standards.Read the full story ›
From poisonous dolls to fake 'Frozen' bracelets, this year we've seen a number of items that pose a risk to health. Here's a look at five.Read the full story ›
Sunshine making it feel fairly pleasant, but not too warm.Read the full story ›
The cost of part of a proposed extension to Nottinghamshire's Robin Hood Line should be part-funded by the government, according to the county council.
The line currently runs between Worksop and Nottingham. Plans are in place to extend it to Ollerton.
The council's asking for half of the 200 thousand pounds needed for the next phase of the study.
A sports coach from Nottingham who set up a charity to help youngsters is leaving to take up a key role at the Football Association.Read the full story ›
East Midlands Ambulance Service are asking people to think twice before dialling 999 this Christmas, as it's stretched to the limit.Read the full story ›
The Government has announced a further cut to local authority budgets next year. They describe the 1 point 8 per cent reduction overall as a fair settlement in tough times.
But some councils in the East Midlands are furious saying they're already on the brink and that the cuts will hit the most vulnerable.
The Local Government Association claims that once inflation is taken into account the loss in funding is more than 8 per cent for each council. So who's right?
Our Political Correspondent Alison Mackenzie sent this report from Westminster.
Electricity substation incident in Hinckley. 200m cordon and two appliances from @lfrshinckley on standby while elec board isolate electrics
Firefighters have been called to a fire at an electricity sub-station in Hinckley.
It's reported people living nearby heard a loud bang before a plume of smoke rose into the air this afternoon at Middlefield Lane.
There is currently a 200 metre cordon in place while firefighters wait for the electricity board to isolate electrics.