A tram and a car have crashed in Audenshaw in Greater Manchester this morning.
The silver Ford Focus and Metrolink vehicle collided between the Ashton Moss and Audenshaw tram stops on Lord Sheldon Way.
The woman driving the car escaped with only a minor injury, according to paramedics who were called to the scene.
Metrolink posted on their website:
Police are investigating after a teenager from Dukinfield was taken to hospital last night suffering from the effects of taking drugs.
Initial inquiries have established that the girl may have taken a drug known as ‘Magic’ and, as a result, suffered a bad reaction.
She is being treated in hospital and is in a stable condition.
Detective Inspector Andy Sandiford said:
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a wanted man from Tameside.
Carl Hindle is wanted on recall after breaching the terms of his license.
He has links to the Tameside area.
Anybody with information about his whereabouts should contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
A father-of-three is facing deportation from Tameside, an area that's been his home for more than half a century.
Carl Jordan's mum was a GI Bride, who returned with him to England from America in 1965 when her marriage failed and he was just three-years-old.
Carl's problem is that he never became a British Citizen and now he's fearing deportation.
Adam McClean has been to meet him:
Detectives are investigating claims of historical sexual abuse at a Scout group in Stockport. It follows an allegation made to police by a 33-year-old man from 1996 while he was a Scout at 1st Bredbury and Woodley Scout group. Police are now trying to trace other members.
In August last year officers raided a house in Dukinfield, Tameside after an indecent photograph of a child was put on a social media website. A number of items were taken for forensic testing.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of making/possession of indecent images and indecent assault and remains on police bail.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0161 856 9314, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Police are investigating after a noxious substance, thought to be similar to CS Gas, was released at the A&E department of a hospital in Greater Manchester.
Police say a "small number" of people were treated for the minor effects of the substance and Tameside Hospital's A&E was closed to the public for around one hour.
The man, who had been arrested earlier in Manchester, was take by police to the hospital after he suffered an injury to his head while in a police van.
At the hospital police say he discharged a noxious substance from an item similar in appearance to a cigarette lighter.
The man was further arrested for possession of a noxious substance and other offensive weapons.
The incident has been referred to Greater Manchester Police's internal investigations unit.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in Tameside. Police were called to a house on Rowcon Close in Auden Shaw this lunchtime and found the body of a 39 year old woman. A 53-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in police custody for questioning.
The mother of a man shot dead Tameside have paid tribute to an 'amazing son.'
Kieran McGrath was found collapsed outside Ashton police station on Manchester Road on Saturday. He'd been shot in the chest leaving the Sheldon Arms pub, the 26 year old managed to drive a mile down the road to the police station but died shortly after.
Police have arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of murder and has been released on police bail until a date in November.