In the second of our series on the people behind our weather photographs, Adam McClean meets 19-year-old Tom Nokes.
Mainly dry with sunny spells. Cloud bubbling up later, risk of an odd shower and feeling cool.
Chilliest night of the week! Mainly dry, bright and cool on Wednesday.
The charity Shelter's warning that one million people in the North West are in danger of losing their homes.
Amy Welch went to meet Paul Smith, a former mortgage-broker, who quit his job to provide help and shelter for homeless people in Liverpool.
A man has been charged with murder after a woman was found dead in the garden of a house in Wigan.
Thomas Flanagan, 57, of Wigan Road, Leigh, will appear before Wigan Magistrates' Court later today.
Police were alerted just after midnight yesterday with a call from a member of the public who reported concerns for the welfare of a woman who lives at the house.
The victim, believed to be in her late 50s to early 60s, has not been named. She was found dead in the back garden.
A Home Office post-mortem examination will take place later to establish the cause of death.
Linzi Prescott, the widow of charity fundraiser and rugby league player Steve, spoke to Granada Reports about completing his autobiography.
For information on the work of the Steve Prescott Foundation, head to www.steveprescottfoundation.co.uk.
The wife of charity fundraiser and former Rugby League legend Steve Prescott, has completed her late husband's autobiography.
Steve died in November 2013 from a rare form of cancer. During his illness Steve undertook many charity and endurance challenges, raising half-a-million pounds for charity.
Super League's Man Of Steel award was renamed for Steve Prescott.
You can find out more about the ongoing charity work of the Steve Prescott Foundation at www.steveprescottfoundation.co.uk.
Police workers in the region have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines. New figures over a 5 year period show Greater Manchester Police reported the most investigations.
In Lancashire one constable resigned over "excessive and inappropriate use of the internet" at work. One Facebook post showed a staff member asleep on duty. Deputy Chief Constable Ian Hopkins says it's important staff maintain professional standards online.