Moston knife attack: Kyron Webb dies in 'horrific' stabbing
Kyron Webb, 15, has died from his injuries after being stabbed in Moston on Tuesday, police say.
Middlesbrough modified Kodi box trader gets suspended jail term
Brian Thompson had planned to argue the law in connection with the boxes was a "grey area".
Cold War diplomat Malcolm MacDonald artefacts on show
The Durham Oriental Museum exhibition reflects friendships with world statesmen - and a Borneo head-hunter.
Woman jailed for false rape claim against soldier
Rebecca Palmer launched a "malicious campaign" after a soldier rejected her, the CPS says.
Staffordshire 132mph drink-driver caught out by own dashcam
Nathan Williams' own footage shows him crashing his BMW into stationary traffic on the M6.
Henry Hicks: Met officers cleared over moped crash death
A disciplinary panel rules police were not technically "in pursuit" when Henry Hicks, 18, crashed.
Student microlight pilot in near miss close to M25
A microlight came within about 100ft (30m) of a light aircraft near the motorway.
MP sorry for 'get on your knees' remark
Labour's Clive Lewis apologises after he is filmed using offensive language on stage at a Labour event.
Ex-Lancashire Police officer Jayson Lobo jailed for voyeurism
Jayson Lobo secretly recorded sexual encounters with seven women on his mobile phone.
Ex-Birmingham Dogs Home couple charged with £450k fraud
The former boss of a charity and his wife are charged with fraud over the disappearance of £450,000 in donations.
Sebastien Bassong banned for driving at 110mph in Maserati
Magistrates are told Sebastien Bassong is "unemployed" and "living off savings".
Southampton paedophile jailed after vigilante sting
A judge says former businessman Robert Babey deserves to be "publically humiliated".
Two held over 'racist' bottle attack in Brighton
The student was left with facial injuries, his friend says.
Bouncer employed to guard 'plagued' Stockton pharmacy
Manager Richard Lyness says a group of youths are targeting the shop in Stockton.
Woman held after three-year-old girl dies
The child was taken to Salisbury District Hospital in a life-threatening condition but later died.
Bristol council boss exits with '£70k golden-goodbye’
Anna Klonowski left her £160,000-a-year post at Bristol City Council in September after seven months in the job.
Declan Gabriel: Rape case PC guilty of gross misconduct
A disciplinary hearing finds the Northamptonshire officer "grossly breached the trust placed in him".
BBC sorry over gay conversion tweet
The poll by BBC Radio Kent sparked outrage on social media.
97-year-old World War Two veteran from Wigan robbed on own doorstep
Defiant former submariner Harry Melling said the attack had left him "unsettled" but "certainly not afraid".
Roger Cook jailed for abusing teenage girl in Appleby
Cook threatened his young victim with violence if she told of the abuse, the court heard.
'Urgent' search for father and two boys from Berkshire
Police are concerned for the long-term welfare of the missing children.
Puppy dog eyes are for human benefit, say scientists
Researchers investigate how dogs change their expressions in response to their owners.
Bullying victim teams up with amputee for fashion show
Lydia Unsudimi teams up with Sian Green-Lord to put on a fashion show at De Montfort University.
100 Women: Undercover in London, catching harassers on the Tube
BBC 100 Women go undercover on the Tube with British Transport Police officers catching offenders.
How much room do cyclists need?
BBC presenter Jon Cuthill took to the roads of Southampton with a modified Oxford safety reflector arm.
Walthamstow Wetlands: New urban reserve opens in London
The new nature reserve in north London is one of the largest urban wetlands in Europe.
Paul Merson: Former England player makes debut for local Welsh club
Former England and Arsenal player Paul Merson comes out of retirement to play for Welsh fourth-tier club Caerau of Maesteg, but his debut does not quite go to plan.
First British amputee fireman calls on others to apply
Simon Hawkins, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, became the first amputee firefighter in Europe more than 10 years ago.
Teenage singer Carys Crow back on track after Manchester Arena attack
Carys Crow said she felt unable to sing after the attack at Ariana Grande's concert in May.
Maldon boy's backpack project to help homeless
Jacob Rabi-Laleh, seven, is trying to help rough sleepers through winter.
Missing Leiston owl spotted on BBC TV report recaptured
Dawn was one of two owls which escaped from an aviary in Leiston.
Why Tim digs NWA
How music fan Martin Fitzgerald went from surfing Spotify in bed to talking legendary albums with celebrities.
A community is divided over whether World War Two labour camps should be used to promote tourism.
Where did the name fly-tipping come from and what happens if rubbish is dumped on your land?
England's Big Picture: 16 - 22 October
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England
Jamaican-born Kashane Swaby left her night job as a care assistant to become a fashion designer. She wanted to inspire her three-year-old daughter Deniqua.
The 'silent raid'
The final raid by a German Zeppelin on London during WW1 killed seven siblings and 25 others.
The University of Oxford pays tribute to its first black student Christian Cole.
England lose to late France goal in Marley's first game
England start life after Mark Sampson with 1-0 friendly defeat against 2019 World Cup hosts France.
Brighton put three goals past woeful West Ham
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic says he is "not worried" but is "realistic" about his future after his side lose 3-0 at home to Brighton.
Priestland kicks Bath to win at former club Scarlets
Former Scarlets fly-half Rhys Priestland kicks all Bath's points in dreadful conditions to boost their European Champions Cup quarter-final hopes.
Women's Ashes: England captain Heather Knight says series is 'too close to call'
England captain Heather Knight says that the Women's Ashes series against Australia is "too close to call".