A professional diver travelled 170 miles to find the body of missing Durham University student Euan Coulthard. Trevor Bankhead discovered a body within seconds of entering the River Wear. The body has not yet been formally identified.
Flowers have been left above the spot where a body, believed to be Euan Coulthard, was recovered from the River Wear. The flowers also pay tribute to Durham University students, Sope Peters, 20, went missing on October 29, 2013 and Luke Pearce, 19, who drowned on May 11, 2014.
Durham Student's Union says it is working with the University, Police and Fire Service to improve safety and try to avoid another tragedy.
An elderly woman has died after a house fire in a bungalow.
Firefighters were called to the house, which is between the villages of Barninham and Newsham, near Richmond, at about 10:30am.
They are now investigating what caused the fire and working to contact the relatives of the woman who died.
Inspector Ian Sirrell, from North Yorkshire Police, said: "The cause of the fire is being investigated by fire investigators, supported by specially-trained personnel.
"Unfortunately, the elderly resident of the property has died at the scene.
"We are working with colleagues in neighbouring forces to locate and inform family members."
You had better hop to the Great Yorkshire Show Ground this weekend, if you want to see a new take on the Grand National.
The Swedish rabbit jumping team are appearing at the the Burgess Premier Small Animal Show. The bunnies have been specially bred, and can jump as high as three feet.
According to organisers, they love to show jump and they hope the attraction will help owners to understand how much exercise pet rabbits need.
Tina Larsson from the Swedish rabbit jumping team and vet, Matthew Brash told ITV Calendar about what spectators could expect:
Two men allegedly stole a car from a residential street in Newcastle after forcing their way into a home and demanding the car keys.
Police said they then drove away in the Ford Focus, which had been parked on Kirkston Avenue in Lemington.
It happened at about 9:45pm on Friday, 23rd January. Police officers found the car a short distance away and arrested one man on suspicion of burglary.
Northumbria Police is now appealing for any witnesses to what happened and to locate the second man.
Middlesbrough are preparing to take on the Premier League champions, Manchester City, in the FA Cup.
The fourth round clash kicks-off at the Etihad Stadium at 3pm today.
The last time Boro faced Manchester City was five years ago when they suffered a 1-0 home defeat, also in the FA Cup.
Middlesbrough are currently second in the Championship, just one point behind league leaders Bournemouth.
Meanwhile, in another fourth round contest, Sunderland will welcome Championship side Fulham to the Stadium of Light today. That game is also at 3pm.
Bright and breezy, with plenty of sunshine and a continuing small chance of seeing isolated wintry showers in the Pennines, while further east it will probably stay dry throughout.
Maximum Temperature 5C.