One lane is blocked and there's queueing traffic after an accident on the A55 Eastbound between J32 (Holywell) and J33 (Northop Road).
The parents of a girl from Flintshire with a rare condition have started a campaign to make a life-prolonging drug available on the NHS.Read the full story ›
A council leader has criticised the Welsh Government's decision to cut £1.6m of funding to the organisation which represents local authorities. You can catch up on the story by clicking here.
The Deputy leader of Flintshire council, Labour's Bernie Attridge, has taken to twitter to voice his concern about the reduction.
A decision to merge Wrexham and Flintshire Magistrates' Benches could have 'profound implications' on local people, according to Wrexham MP Ian Lucas.
Mr Lucas has written to the Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling, asking him to reconsider the proposal, because of the impact it would have on the Wrexham area.
The MP has been a long standing opponent of the proposed merger, and has made submissions to consultations ran by the Ministry of Justice.
In his letter to Mr Grayling, he says:
"This could have profound implications for Wrexham people - whether that is the court staff who face uncertainty over their jobs, the cost to all those involved in court cases having to make additional journeys to Flintshire, or indeed the impact upon our town's legal professionals."
"It is little wonder that the possibility of a legal challenge to the proposals is now being seriously discussed in Wrexham."
A spokesperson for the HM Courts & Tribunal Service said the decision was made after consulting local authorities, Criminal Justice System partners and stakeholders, including local MPs.
"Following a local consultation, Flintshire and Wrexham Local Justice Areas were merged into one new Area.
"The merger was to make the best use of judicial, legal and administrative resources to improve the service for court users.
"It will improve the effective delivery of justice by increasing flexibility in dealing with cases and increasing the opportunities for magistrates to retain experience and their competence."
A little girl of four was left home alone while her mother went out to work.
Police went to her home in Mold, North Wales, following an anonymous tip off to social workers.
They found the house in an unkempt condition and the girl was home alone with the front door unlocked.
The mother had gone out in the car to visit customers.
The enormity of what she had done had not dawned on her until later, Flintshire Magistrates' court heard .
She had since given up work and her husband has changed his working pattern her solicitor Bethan Jones explained.
The mother, who had no previous convictions, admitted neglecting the child in a way likely to cause her unnecessary suffering.
She was placed on a 12 month community order with supervision and she was sent on a "positive thinking" workbook programme run by the probation service.
The woman, who was ordered to pay £85 costs, was told by District Judge Gwyn Jones that due to her then working pattern, she "became oblivious to the risks" posed to her youngest child by being left at home alone.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has admitted a charge of failing to ensure the health and safety of its workers, after one of them was crushed to death at its factory in Flintshire.
Donald Williams, 62, died after the incident at the Broughton plant in November 2011.
At Mold Crown Court today, the company pleaded guilty to the charge, brought by the Health and Safety Executive.
Sentencing was adjourned until 17 July, at Caernarfon Crown Court.
An inquest has previously returned a verdict of misadventure.
Two motorcyclists have been killed and five people injured in a crash in north Wales.
The collision - involving a car and six bikers - happened on the A5104 between Pontblyddyn and Penyffordd in Flintshire at around 12.50pm today.
North Wales Police says two bikers died at the scene. The other bikers and the driver of the car were taken to hospital for treatment. The road is closed while investigations take place.
A former scoutmaster in Flintshire has been jailed for 12 years for sex offences against boys during the 1960s and 1970s.
Martyn Tucker, who is 68 and from Chester, was also ordered to register with the police as a sex offender.
One of the victims of former Flintshire scoutmaster Martyn Tucker chose to read out his own victim statement at Mold Crown Court today, before Tucker was sentenced.
I was 12-13 years of age, and he destroyed my life. Looking back, I never had a chance.
This man stole my soul and set me on a path of self-hatred and self-destruction that still exists to this day.
I live in a kind of fog. I had my future stolen from me - I could never hope to a wife and kids.
A former scoutmaster has been sentenced to 12 years in prison, after admitting 26 sex offences against boys during the 1960s and 1970s - some of which were committed in Flintshire.
Martyn Tucker, 68 and from Chester, was also ordered to register with the police as a sex offender, at Mold Crown Court today.
Last week, he admitted 12 charges of indecent assault, nine charges of indecency with a child, and five charges another illegal sexual act.
The offences date from 1968 to 1978 when he worked as a scoutmaster in Flintshire, Cheshire and elsewhere.