A 16-year-old boy from Middlesbrough is in a critical condition after hitting a tree while out sledging in Normanby yesterday. He is in the James Cook University Hospital.
A teenager was critically injured in an accident while out sledging.
The 16-year-old suffered "life-threatening" head injuries after falling off a toboggan at speed in Middlesbrough.
He was airlifted to hospital and is said to be fighting for his life.
A Great North Air Ambulance spokesman said crews were called to land near Flatts Lane Country Park at 1.25pm today.
The spokesman described the boy's injuries as life-threatening, adding: "He was given an anaesthetic at scene before being transported to the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough in a critical condition."
A competition is being held in Middlesbrough which allows the winner to take home the FA Cup trophy for the evening.
Children under 12 who visit the FA Cup Trophy Tour are being invited to enter when it comes to the town centre on Sunday. The winner will be chosen at random at 2pm.
X Factor finalist James Arthur is spending the day in his home town ahead of Saturday's final.
James and his mentor Nicole Scherzinger visited Saltburn, ahead of his performance at Middlesbrough Town Hall this evening.
For more highlights of his tour, visit ITV Tyne Tees.
Police are appealing for information after a man who appeared to be carrying a handgun held up a branch of Coral bookmakers on Wednesday night in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire.
The man, who was wearing a balaclava, ran towards the counter and forced staff to place the contents of the safe into a bag before running out of the shop. He made off with £271.
A spokeswoman said: "Police believe this has been a targeted, domestic-related incident."
The scene was heavily guarded by police today and a white forensics tent had been set up in the front yard of the brick-built terrace house.
One woman in a nearby property, who declined to be named, said: "All I saw were lots of blue lights and this morning they said someone had been murdered - a lass, I think.
"It's a good estate - you don't expect this."
Cleveland Police have released a description of Graham Barry Gibson, who they want to trace in relation to the death of a woman in Middlesbrough.
He's believed to be white, in his 40s, 6ft 2in tall, with short dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a chequered shirt, dark jeans and black trainers.
Police have advised the public not to approach him.
A man wanted over the death of a woman whose body was found at an address in Middlesbrough has been named by Cleveland Police today as Graham Barry Gibson.
The public have been warned not approach him.
Cleveland Police did not name the suspect they are seeking following the discovery of a body at an address in Cherwell Terrace, Bramble's Farm, Middlesbrough, at 1am.
A force spokeswoman said:
The man police are trying to trace in connection with the incident is believed to be white, in his 40s, around 6ft 2in tall and of proportionate build.
He has short, dark brown hair and was last seen wearing a chequered shirt, dark jeans and black trainers.
Police believe this has been a targeted, domestic-related incident. However, they are appealing for anyone who has seen this man or knows of his whereabouts, not to approach him directly but to get in touch with Cleveland Police via 999.
Cleveland Police today warned the public not to approach a man being sought in connection with the death of a woman whose body was found at an address in Middlesbrough after officers were called to a domestic incident.