Cloudy with rain. Improving during Friday. Milder for the weekend and into next weekRead the full story ›
Kerrie brings you the Granada forecast for the next few daysRead the full story ›
The best of the weather arrives just in time for the big day itself. But will it be a washout on Ladies Day?Read the full story ›
Police are asking for the publics help to find a 14 year old girl who's gone missing from Wirral.
Mackenzie Gardiner was last seen at her home in Prenton on Monday, 2 April.
She is 5ft 3in tall and speaks with a North East accent. Mackenzie wears a stud in her nose.
When last seen, she was wearing a navy, three-quarter length coat, grey leggings and black trainers. She is known to frequent the Kensington and Anfield areas of Liverpool.
Extensive enquiries have been ongoing to find Mackenzie and there is increasing concern for her wellbeing.
If anyone has seen Mackenzie or has any information, they are urged to contact @MerPolHQ, call 101 or the charity @MissingPeople on 116 000.
This year's Grand National Meeting gets underway today at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool.
The tapes go up on the first race in the three day spectacle at quarter to two.
Tomorrow sees Ladies Day with the main event on Saturday at quarter past five.
Police are warning racegoers that extra security will be in place and are asking that visitors allow extra time to get into the course.
Lawyers for the parents of Alfie Evans are back in court in their battle for continued treatment for their son.Read the full story ›
A writer from Rochdale has written a moving drama about a family dilemma which is being aired on TV.
'Just Charlie' is the story of football star Charlie who has the world at his feet. With a top club desperate to sign him, the future is seemingly mapped out.
But Charlie feels trapped in the body of a boy and also wants to live up to the family's expectations.
Writer Peter Machen says he's overwhelmed by the response the film has received by both critics and audiences around the world.
Its won the prestigious Audience Award at last year's Edinburgh Film Festival along with numerous awards internationally and has receive worldwide critical acclaim.
A man and woman have been shot in the legs in Merseyside. Police also found a car on fire as they responded to reports of gunshots.Read the full story ›
There are calls to suspend the controversial Mersey Gateway Toll Charge. A transport watchdog says the charges may be illegal.
Appeals have been put on hold after it was ruled a motorist was not liable to pay the charge. Halton Council says it's business as usual and motorists should continue to pay.
Adam McClean has the story.
A doctor from Singapore who is about to become qualified as a GP in the UK is facing deportation.Read the full story ›