Everton FC have been drawn against Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Europa League.
They are the only British side left in the competition.
This comes after they comfortably finished the job against Young Boys last night.
They beat the Swiss 3-1 at Goodison Park, that's 7-2 on aggregate.
10 years after winning the Champions League on penalties, there was deja vu for Liverpool on their return to the Ataturk Stadium.
No repeat result though. Dejan Lovren's miss against Besiktas gave Liverpool their second European exit of the season.
A five-year old from Gorton in Manchester has been hailed a hero after dialling 999 when his mother suffered an epileptic fit.
Cameron Smith sent for an ambulance when mum Hayley collapsed and fell into a fireplace
The crews say he did a brilliant job as Amy Welch reports:
A man who stabbed a woman 15 times during a frenzied attack and left her for dead has been jailed.
Nazakat Ali of East Street, Rochdale pleaded guilty to attempted murder at Manchester Crown Square.
Today, he was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
The court heard that Nazakat and the victim were at an address on East Street, Wardleworth, when the pair started arguing.
Ali’s mother, who was also there, entered the sitting room where the two were arguing and saw that Nazakat was holding a knife.
She describes how both herself and the victim leapt up to try and remove the knife from his grasp, but they were unable to prevent the attack.
He viciously stabbed the victim multiple times in the head, neck, abdomen and upper body, severing her aortic artery, the main blood supply to the heart.
Ali then ran, leaving the victim lying in a pool of her own blood as his mother screamed for help.
The victim was rushed to hospital, where she underwent major surgery and was intensive care for several weeks.
International singing sensation Russell Watson is getting ready to entertain his local fans.
Known as "The Voice" if you looked at his photo collection you'd see snaps of him with the Queen and the Pope.
Just one one indication of how big an international star Russell has become.
Tim Scott's been to talk to him and, bizarrely, ended up shooting a few frames of pool:
The Hillsborough inquests have heard that the relationship between the bosses of South Yorkshire's police and ambulance services broke down in the days after the disaster.
Don Page, Chief Ambulance Officer in 1989, told the court he requested a meeting with Chief Constable Peter Wright because of concerns he had with press stories about casualties.
He said Mr Wright told him: "That's our position. That's our stance and that's what we'll have to stand by."
Mr Page agreed that the ambulance service was not prepared to "sing from the same hymn sheet" as the police and said that was the end of the bosses' personal and professional relationship.
Windermere and the Furness Line will reportedly benefit from franchise plans announced by the Government this morning.
The new 'Northern Regional' service means that by December 2017, Windermere should have two trains per day to Manchester Airport from Monday to Friday.
It also means that the Furness line is expected to have eight trains a day to Manchester and Manchester Airport, as well as extra trains along the Cumbrian Coast that it's claimed will be timed to better serve workers' shift patterns.
Plans to devolve NHS spending power across Greater Manchester have been confirmed by the Chancellor.
The region will become the first in the country to be handed full control of it's entire £6 billion NHS budget in exchange for an elected mayor in 2017.
George Osborne has denied Labour claims it'll mean a two tier health service.
Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher says he has never had "one serious offer" to get his old band back together.
The musician, who walked out of Oasis in 2009 after regular rows with his lead singer brother Liam, was responsible for most of the band's hits including Live Forever and Wonderwall.
He told The Times: "Given all the rumours, I haven't had one serious offer for a reunion gig."
Last year, Liam sparked stories the band were getting back together with a series of cryptic tweets that led one bookmaker to suspend betting on the band playing the Somerset festival.
But Noel said: "Michael Eavis has never called up and asked if Oasis will play Glastonbury."
He refused to totally rule out any prospect of a reunion, saying: "It's always like this. At the end of the interview some guy will say, 'I've got to ask...' And I reply: 'If, if it was happening, do you really think I'd let the world know by telling you?"'