The parents of a County Durham driver who died in a crash pay tribute to their 23-year-old son.
A review is set to take place into the death of a Middlesbrough man who had been out celebrating the birth of his son.
Manager Ronnie Moore says the Hartlepool United job is a "great opportunity" to put his Tranmere sacking behind him.
A football fan who ripped up pages of the Koran during a match is banned from every football ground in England and Wales.
Hundreds of motorists in Middlesbrough fined for driving in a bus lane will be reimbursed, the town's mayor says.
A food bank in County Durham is expanding after getting a £400,000 grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
A driver is killed in a crash with a taxi near Bishop Auckland in County Durham.
A £3.7m scheme aiming to cut congestion for motorists accessing the A19 near Stockton has been completed.
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Hartlepool United appoint former Rotherham and Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore as manager, following Paul Murray's exit.
Hartlepool United are taken over by TMH 2014 Limited after chairman Ken Hodcroft's firm sell their controlling stake.
Kate Avery "would have bitten a hand off" if someone had offered her second before Sunday's European Cross Country.
Head coach Aitor Karanka says Middlesbrough's fellow promotion contenders are using his in-form side as a "reference".
Middlesbrough win 2-0 against Derby County and are joint top of the Championship table, level on points with Bournemouth.
Managerless Hartlepool are six points adrift at the bottom of League Two as Burton go second with a convincing home win.
The coastal towns of Hartlepool, Scarborough and Whitby were shelled by German warships on 16 December 1914, but what did the Germans think of the attack?
Thieves take have been taking advantage of the cold weather by stealing people's cars as they leave them unattended to allow windscreen ice to melt.
The Chancellor tells the BBC that people who say that the UK can take longer to deal with the deficit really mean that Britain should borrow more.
Wildlife campaigners and people from the countryside head to Westminster in a bid to move nature up the MPs' agenda.
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