Manchester is preparing for one of the busiest sporting nights in its history.
Nearly 150,000 people will descend on the city tomorrow for three separate events: the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford, England's Rugby Union World Cup match at the Etihad, and there's World Championship boxing at Manchester Arena.
ITV correspondent David Chisnall looks ahead:
The new Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says getting the Reds' job is the biggest honour he can imagine.
Klopp addressed his first media conference at Anfield today. He's signed a three-year contract.
ITV sports correspondent Chris Hall was there:
Clayton Williams, 18, has "accepted that his actions and his driving caused the death" of Pc Dave Phillips, according to his lawyer.
In a statement issued by Williams his legal representative said the teenager had "extended his apologies" to the officer's family following the death of the father-of-two but stated "he did not drive at the officer and that he did not intend to injure, let alone kill him".
Williams, who has been charged with the murder of Pc Phillips, has not yet entered a guilty plea to any of the charges against him but took the unusual step of issuing a statement after a short hearing in court today.
The statement read:
A 30-year-old man has appeared in court on charges relating to the Pc Phillips murder case.
Phillip Stuart, of Mayfair Court, Oxton, is charged with aggravated unauthorised taking of a motor vehicle and burglary.
Cumbria's biggest hydro-electric scheme is nearing completion.
The construction work stretches for almost a mile and a half across a fell near Ambleside.
When complete it will provide the equivalent of half the power needed by the village.
And the project has been a rather unusual backer.