Another cloudy and mild day with mist and hill fog.
There are likely to be occasional outbreaks of light rain or drizzle throughout today, but with winds remaining light.
Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
North East favourite Greggs has seen a 6.4% sales increase since it began offering healthier foods such as salads and yoghurts.Read the full story ›
Police say two men were arrested in a pre-planned operation in connection with the incidentRead the full story ›
Five Cerebral Palsy community groups in the North East region are celebrating after receiving a grant from The Children’s Foundation.Read the full story ›
Saltburn Pier remains closed due to damages after the strong winds and stormy weather on Friday 13th January.
Redcar and Cleveland Council are carrying out an assessment of the damage, and expect that there may be further debris at Redcar and Saltburn because of the high tides.
They will be carrying out daily clean ups of the areas.
David Moyes was left bemused by the individual errors that led to Sunderland's 3-1 defeat by Stoke City at the Stadium of Light.Read the full story ›
Police and Crimestoppers are offering a reward for help to catch a wanted Newcastle man.
Dean Wilkinson, 26 and from Saint Cuthberts Green, is wanted in connection with a burglary and a 'taken without owner's consent' offence.
Enquiries are ongoing to locate him and a reward of up to £1,000 is available for the arrest and conviction of Dean Wilkinson.
If you have any information you are asked to contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or Northumbria Police on 101.
Emma Jesson brings you Sunday night's forecastRead the full story ›
Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery, who is continuing his ongoing battle with cancer, will lead out the Everton team at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Bradley's story touched thousands over the festive period when more than 250,000 Christmas cards came flooding in to his home in Blackhall, County Durham. Bradley was Sunderland's mascot at their game with Everton last September.
Following the game Everton Football Club pledged a donation of £200,000 towards Bradley's treatment.
The news that the 5-year-old would lead out the Everton team against Manchester City was announced on his Twitter page.
Bradley's supporters said he is 'really excited' to be running out with the players on Sunday.