Eleven people, including a 12-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl, have been arrested on suspicion of serious sexual assault on a vulnerable woman in Anfield.
Merseyside Police are appealing for witnesses after a 6 year old boy was hit by a van.
The incident happened on Leyfield Road at around 3.25pm close to the junction with Hampton Court Road.
Police and paramedics treated the boy at the scene. He died a short time later.
Specially trained family liaison officers are supporting the boy's family.
An investigation into the full circumstances surrounding the incident is continuing.
Police are growing increasingly concerned of the whereabouts of a four-year-old boy from Salford.
Domantas Cerapokas was last seen on Tuesday 11 October 2014 at his home on Trafalgar Grove, Lower Broughton. His mum, Simona Valyte, picked him up to take him to the local park but did not return.
Despite extensive enquiries, both have not been found and police are appealing for anyone who may know where they are, to contact them.
It is believed they are in the Greater Manchester area although the family do have links to Lincolnshire.
12 year old boy and 15 year old girl have been questioned by police on suspicion of physically and sexually assaulting a woman in Liverpool.
It's alleged the woman - who's 43 and described as vulnerable - was attacked by a large number of people at a property in the Anfield area.
A coroner has called for tougher laws to control dangerous dogs at the end of an inquest into the death of a teenage girl.
Jade Lomas Anderson died after being attacked by a pack of dogs at a friend's house in Atherton in March 2013.
The dogs' owner has apologised to Jade's family - but denied her dogs had ever been a threat before.
Manchester Fire crews are to strike for four days in the run up to Bonfire Night.
Manchester Evening News reports that fire crews will walk out at 6pm on October 31 and not return until 6pm on November 4.
The move comes after a three-year dispute over pensions.
Everton FC say they will continue to work closely with French and Merseyside Police, in order to better understand two 'serious incidents' that occurred in Lille ahead of their Europa League fixture.
In a statement on their website, the club said:
"The incident in the city's main square quickly escalated into unwelcome and unpleasant scenes. Events then, equally quickly, returned back to normal with well-mannered and good-natured celebrations that were evident throughout the Club's stay in Lille. The Club will now work with all authorities to find out what happened and why."
Everton are now providing an online feedback form where fans will be able to submit their evidence.
Graham Alexander was a player, caretaker manager and youth team coach at Preston North End.
These days he's manager of Fleetwood Town who tomorrow will face Preston for the first time ever in a competitive fixture.