Police have released an update regarding Carl Taylor, 44, who is missing from Darlington.
Mr Taylor left his home in Roker Close some time between Thursday overnight and this morning.
Police say that while he remains missing, Mr Taylor has the means to support himself and was dressed appropriately for changing weather conditions.
A cash-strapped council has faced a backlash after asking residents to 'help out' by mowing grass verges or open areas near their home.Read the full story ›
Fundraisers have donated more than £2,000 to help a Darlington veteran and his wife who had their life savings stolen.Read the full story ›
Student Loans Company has four locations across the country, including Darlington where it employs 1,300 staff.Read the full story ›
Police have released CCTV of a driver they believe may be a key witness after a man was stabbed to death in Darlington.Read the full story ›
James Waine beat hundreds of other children to design a model which was built at Legoland and unveiled today.Read the full story ›
A day for dog lovers and their four-legged-friends is set to take place in Darlington.Read the full story ›
Paul Taylor, who has served for 20 years, was among nearly 50 Durham officers seconded to help Greater Manchester Police.Read the full story ›
Theresa May has been questioned about comments made on a 2002 blog by the Conservative candidate for Darlington, Peter Cuthbertson.Read the full story ›
Durham Police say they have stepped up patrols across County Durham and Darlington after the UK threat level was raised to critical.
Officers say there is nothing to suggest any specific threat to communities, and are asking people to 'remain calm, but alert'.
The force has also sent a number of officers to assist in Manchester.
We’ve stepped up patrols to provide a visible, reassuring presence. This will remain the case for as long as necessary.
We will continue to review public events due to take place in our area over the coming days.
Durham Constabulary have plans in place for situations like this and currently it is extremely unlikely that members of the public will see military staff on our streets.
If you see anything that causes you concern, then call the anti-terror hotline immediately on 0800 789 321. In an emergency dial 999.”