AS IT HAPPENED
- News, sport, travel, weather for Weds 30 July
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It's a dry start with some bright or sunny spells. Cloud will increase through the morning, bringing the risk of a light shower later on. Breezy at times, with highs of 22C (72F).
A broken down lorry is causing delays on the A617 southbound in Temple Normanton, reports our travel news team.
There is also congestion on the M1 southbound between J30 and J29 following an earlier breakdown.
Derby swimmer Adam Peaty picked up his second gold of the Commonwealth Games last night as part of the 4x100m men's relay.
The 19-year-old from Uttoxeter, who trains in Derby, swam the breaststroke leg to help the England team set a new Commonwealth record.
Long Eaton's Will Sharman was Derbyshire's other medallist yesterday, picking up silver in the 110m hurdles.
The win means athletes who live or train in our county have now picked up nine medals at Glasgow 2014.
A woman from Derby with terminal cancer says she's determined to help others after she's died.
Angela Tideswell wants to donate her body to medical science to aid research into the disease.
One of the stars of this year's Commonwealth Games is travelling back to Derbyshire and East Staffordshire today. Find out more in my 09:00 bulletin.
I arrived at work this morning to find a lovely photo of Stanage Edge waiting for me in my inbox, sent in by Wendy Scott.
Police have arrested an 18-year-old man over a suspected arson attack at Ashbourne Leisure Centre at the weekend.
Two other teenagers have already been arrested and bailed in connection with the blaze, which damaged the centre's pool.