Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner has announced that Darren Martland has been chosen as his preferred candidate to take up the position of Cheshire’s chief constable.
It happened in the early hours of Wednesday at the junction of Whitby Road and Cromwell Road.
A Chester student who put his ex-girlfriend and her six housemates in danger by deliberately setting fire to wheelie bins placed against her house in a bid for her to take him back has been given a six year detention.
A 40-year-old man has been charged with burglary following a break-in at a pub in Chester.
The first independent review has seen Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service rated amongst the highest-performing services of the 14 fire and rescue services inspected so far.
Detectives have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in-connection with the attempted robbery of a bookmakers in Chester.
The Just Giving fundraising page has doubled its target to over £120,000 of donations
Visitors have been evacuated from Chester Zoo after a large fire broke out.
Fire crews were called to a road traffic collision between a lorry and a motorcyclist on Kingsland Grange, Woolston.
Fire crews were called to a lorry fire on the M6 southbound near to junction 16.
Fire crews were called to rescue a cat which had become stuck in the mechanism of a reclining chair, on Levens Way, Widnes
Firefighters attended to reports of a fire at a property on Heath Lane, Wrenbury Heath.
Crews attended to reports of a fire at a property on Wallworths Bank in Congleton.
Firefighters attended to a fire at a property on Peover Lane in Congleton.
Firefighters attended to a large amount of refuge on fire on Bradfield Road in Crewe.
Firefighters attended to a push bike well alight on Eadie Grove in Crewe.
As many as 200 British jihadists, who fought alongside ISIS in Syria, are still believed to be alive and would pose a very significant threat if they ever returned home, according to the UK's most senior counter terror police officer.
Maintaining medicine stockpiles in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit will depend on the government securing priority shipping routes through a number of alternative ports to Dover, the UK's largest supplier of insulin has told Sky News.
A teenager from Sussex with a rare brain tumour has become one of the first patients at the new NHS Proton Beam Therapy Centre.
More than 100,000 web pages of children being abused were removed from the internet last year, up a third on 2017, thanks to the work of a UK charity.
When the scarf-clad Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, touched down at Harare's scruffy-looking airport, he did not get the sort of reception that I am sure he was hoping for.
Zimbabwe's president has vowed "heads will roll" if he finds wrongdoing by security forces after a brutal crackdown on protesters in the African country.
A former US marine held in Moscow on suspicion of spying was found with classified Russian materials when he was arrested, his lawyer has said.
A drunk passenger who tried to hijack a passenger jet over Russia has been arrested, police have said.
US singer Chris Brown has been released from custody in Paris over rape allegations - as he called his accuser a "lyin' b****".
Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington has told Sky News he is considering throwing a party to watch as the epic series comes to an end.
Ant and Dec have won the best presenter gong at the National Television Awards despite not appearing on television together in 10 months.
Regal comedy drama The Favourite and black-and-white epic Roma are the Oscars frontrunners after receiving 10 nods each, with several other nominees also making Academy Awards history.
Guernsey Police will resume their search and rescue operation for the plane carrying Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala on Wednesday.
Police searching for a light aircraft missing over the Channel since last night have suspended operations after finding "floating objects" but "no sign of those on board".
Patisserie Valerie has collapsed into administration, putting up to 3,000 jobs at risk, after it was unable to extend its bank facilities amid allegations of fraud.
The head of one of the world's leading economic organisations has cast doubt on claims that a "no-deal" Brexit would be an economic catastrophe, pledging that the international community would "roll with it".