A murder inquiry has been launched after a man died almost a week after he was shot while sitting in his car outside his Liverpool home.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has been disqualified from driving.
Rochdale Council staff who failed to protect youngsters from a child sex ring have been identified and could be sacked.
The funeral's been held of a soldier from the Fylde Coast killed in Afghanistan.
Fusilier Samuel Flint-Broughton died when the armoured vehicle he was in was blown up by a roadside bomb last month.
The Royal Navy will be the stars of the show in Liverpool this weekend as the city marks the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.
Dozens of activities are taking place in tribute to the men and women involved in the longest continuous military campaign of World War Two.
Britain's Got Talent is reaching a crucial stage this weekend as we find out who will make the live semi finals. And as Paul Crone reports a dance group from Liverpool who are no strangers to the competition are hoping to go all the way.
An unusually cold night for May as temperatures fall quite low tonight, just below freezing across the Pennines and through more sheltered parts of Cheshire, across the Cheshire Plains.
Any daytime showers fade this evening and today's strong winds ease, skies clear.
We therefore expect a ground frost and local air frost tonight. Another cold one tomorrow night but not as nippy as tonight.
Saturday and Sunday should be glorious, lots of sun, a little fair weather cloud, cool across the Isle of Man 12c here. 17c elsewhere.
Wet and windy from the NW on Monday.
Grass pollen levels will be moderate over the next couple of days in lengthy dry spells. Reducing to low on Bank Holiday Monday in the showers. Timings uncertain as to when that wet weather sweeps in - we'll keep you posted.
A zoo worker has been seriously injured in a tiger attack at an animal park, Cumbria Police said.
The 24-year-old woman was in the tiger's enclosure when she was mauled by the animal at South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Dalton-in-Furness.
The woman, who has yet to be named, was taken by ambulance to Preston Royal Infirmary.
The wildlife park closed early after the attack and all visitors have left the park.
Cumbria Police, which is investigating, said: "The tiger is securely locked in its enclosure and there is no further risk to the public.
"Members of the public were not at any risk during the incident".
A member of staff has been seriously injured by a tiger at South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness. The 24-year-old woman was mauled by the animal in its enclosure. She was taken by ambulance to Preston Royal Infirmary.
The tiger has not escaped and the park said there's no risk to the public. It has closed early and all visitors have left the park. Police and Barrow Borough Council are investigating.
A passenger told Pakistan's GEO TV that the two men arrested on board a Pakistan International Airlines plane had tried to move towards the cockpit during the flight.
Nauman Rizvi told the news channel that after the men were taken away by police, the flight crew told passengers there had been a terrorist threat and that the pilot had raised an alarm.
Another passenger, Umari Nauman, told Sky News, "The cabin crew informed us that basically they tried to come into the cockpit a few times, and because they had been asked not to do that they got into a bit of an argument with the crew and made a few threats".
Ms Nauman said all the passengers had been ordered to leave their possessions on board before leaving the plane.
She also said helicopters escorted the aircraft before landing.