Technology giant Hewlett-Packard plans to cut more than 1,100 jobs at a number of UK sites in the new year including in Warrington.
A newborn baby is a bundle of joy. So why did someone kill a two-hour-old child? How have they kept their involvement secret for 15 years?
A mummified head said to be that of "a South Sea island chief" is to be sent back to New Zealand after more than 150 years in the UK.
A signing choir from Warrington will perform at a concert with Peter Gabriel.
The choir, made up of deaf members and those that can sign, contacted the music legend and asked if they could perform with him in front of 20,000 people at his concert in Manchester.
Plans to regenerate Warrington town centre have been announced.
The council's £52m proposals include a shopping and lesiure complex with a cinema and a new market hall.
Bus workers for Network Warrington will begin a 24-hour strike from midnight tonight.
They are protesting over a zero per cent pay offer.
Most services are likely to be affected.
The Unite union says there will be a series of one day stoppages over the next seven weeks.
Leaders says the company is not listening to its case and is calling on the owners - Warrington borough council - to intervene to resolve the dispute.
Network Warrington says it's the first time in 16 years that the staff have not had a pay increase and that it's extremely disappointed by the action.
Police are investigating after a man died following an assault outside a pub in Warrington.
33 year old David Brown was attacked on Friday afternoon outside Chevvies on Manchester road and died over the weekend in hospital. Police have charged a man with grievous bodily harm.
A post mortem will take place this afternoon.
Cheshire police David?s family were at his bedside when he died and are severely traumatised by his death.
A 46 year old man arrested yesterday in connection with the assault has been charged with grievous bodily harm. He will appear before Runcorn Magistrates later today.
The owner of a Staffordshire bull terrier which decapitated another dog in public in Cheshire faces a possible jail sentence.
Pomeranian dog Elvis was subjected to a horrendous attack at the front gate of his home in Warrington last month, which was witnessed by a number of passers-by.
David Savage, 44, of Folly Lane, Warrington, pleaded guilty to being the owner of a dog dangerously out of control in a public place.Runcorn magistrates said he had shown no remorse over the offence and could attract a maximum six-month custodial term.
The court also heard that one witness said they saw Savage pick up Elvis's body after the attack and throw it under a car where it then landed in a neighbour's garden.
Poppy Lawson aged 7 with her mum Sarah and brother Dara aged 5 at the Dreams Come True weekend at Gulliver's World, Warrington. Poppy suffers from short bowel syndrome and cerebral palsy. Her mum Sarah, says the family who are from Scotland have really enjoyed a relaxing weekend.
Poppy's mum says the weekend provides a chance for both Dara and Poppy to feel special. She says its really important that Poppy gets to enjoy a holiday and that wouldn't be possible without the support of the charity.