Police have released the photograph of a man they are trying to trace in connection with drugs and money laundering offences.
The family of a missing man from Stockton are renewing their appeal to the public for their help to locate him.
More acts have been announced to play at the Stockton Weekender on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July.
Fire crews were called to a bus depot in Stockton where a coach was found on fire. Police say they are looking into how the fire started. Nobody was injured.
The Education Secretary Michael Gove has joined staff at Ian Ramsey school in Stockton after it has been confirmed that the school will be rebuilt.
The Tall Trees Hotel in Stockton could potentially be facing closure as its management considers options for the future of the hotel.
They have released the following statement:
“The Tall Trees Hotel was one of the landmark venues of the 1980s and 1990s. I am proud of the fantastic events we hosted, which included visits from Prime Ministers and pop-stars.
However, the style of the hotel is not compatible with today’s market, which is focused on either smaller boutique hotels and fine dining or express hotels at budget prices.
Therefore we are considering options for the hotel, which includes the potential for closure.
– Javed Majid, owner of the Tall Trees Hotel
“Although the potential closure is very sad I am optimistic that if resources can be found it could be possible to provide Stockton with the kind of boutique hotel it lacks.
These hotels can bring life to town centre locations and I am currently exploring some very interesting options.
I’m confident the years of experience and success have taught my team to offer the right product for the prevailing market and that this closure will be the spur to a new venture more appropriate to the current climate.”
Cleveland Police have been searching for a man, who has been missing since early on Sunday morning. 37-year-old Tanveer Ahmed needs medication, which he does not have with him. He was last seen on Yarm Lane in Stockton. A police helicopter and search teams have been out looking for him.
Part of a house has collapsed in strong winds. The chimney fell down and one wall of the house in Grove Street, Stockton, fell over. No one was injured.
Traders in a Teesside market town fear that their businesses will be badly hit by plans to charge for parking.
The local MP has called proposals to spend £50,000 installing pay and display meters in Yarm a "disgrace".
However, Stockton Council says the changes are needed because the current system does not work.
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Traders in Yarm fear their businesses will be badly hit by plans to charge for parking. Lisa Chapman, who runs a beauty salon, says the changes may deter shoppers and visitors from coming to the Teesside market town.
But the Leader of Stockton Council, Councillor Bob Cook, says the current system, which allows limited free parking, isn't working and installing meters is the most effective way of dealing with the problem.
Stockton South's MP James Wharton has branded Stockton Borough Council's controversial decision to implement parking charges on Yarm high street as a "disgrace". The 12 proposed parking meters are reported to cost £4300 each.
Stockton Borough Council is hoping to bring in parking charges to the town in May, claiming they will generate much needed revenue.
But the move has been opposed by the MP, local businesses and residents.