Northumbria Police are appealing for information after a woman and child were approached by two men on a bus in Newcastle.
It happened on Thursday 7 May and police have released CCTV pictures of two men they want to speak to.
The men made abusive comments which made the woman and child feel threatened. They reported it to the driver, who ordered the men off the bus.
It is believed the pair may be from, or have links to, the Cowgate area. Anyone who recognises them is asked to contact the police.
A man who was found in the River Tyne on Sunday May 31 is that of missing Craig Millward, from Hebburn, South Tyneside.
Officers from Northumbria Police say their sympathies are with Mr Millward's family at a difficult time.
A candlelit vigil will take place tonight to remember a cow shot dead by police in Wallsend.
A Facebook page set up to remember 'Bessie' - who was given the name after her death - already has more than 6,000 'likes'.
Police shot dead the escaped cow following a massive operation involving armed officers and a helicopter.
The cow was one of three to escape from a farm in Wallsend on Sunday 17 May.
Now a Facebook page called RIP Wallsend Cow is attracting followers from across the country.
They're being urged to "Light a Candle for Bessie' at 6.30pm in Wallsend tonight.
Fire, ambulance and police are involved in the biggest mock training exercise in Hartlepool and Stockton to prepare for any emergencies.Read the full story ›
Colin Pine has been missing since the Tyne-Wear derby on December 21. Police have now traced the last time his phone was used.Read the full story ›
My dad left home last Sunday at 1pm in Washington, Tyne and Wear. Please get in touch if you think you've seen him. http://t.co/OwGzwnGCxP
It's now a week since a football fan went missing after the Tyne Wear derby.
55 year old Colin Pine hasn't been seen since he left The Swan pub in Heworth,Gateshead on the evening of Sunday the 21st.
He'd rung his family in Washington to tell them he was coming home but never arrived.
Police say they are no closer to finding out what happened to a Wearside man who went missing after watching the Tyne/Wear derby.
Colin Pine, from Washington, hasn't been seen since leaving a pub in Gateshead last Sunday.
Watch Kenny Toal's report.
The family of a man who has been missing since last weekend has been posters in the area where he was last seen.
Colin Pine, 55, of Ennerdale in Albany, Washington, failed to return home after going out to watch the Tyne-Wear derby on December 21.
He was reported missing in the early hours of December 22.
He watched the match at The Swan in Felling, where he was until Sunday evening.