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BBC Travel News warns the B6419 Shuttlewood Road in Bolsover is closed at its junction with Clowne Road because of a police incident.
League Two Burton Albion are through to the third round of the Capital One Cup after knocking out Premier League side QPR.
A 77th-minute Adam McGurk free-kick was enough to see Gary Rowett's side through, in front of 3,999 supporters at the Pirelli Stadium.
Today should be a mixture of showers and bright, sunny spells with highs of 21C (70F).
The city council says it wants to secure external funding to renovate Derby's war memorials.
The authority says most of the city's 18 memorials require a "gentle clean" but some require more work.
Almost 7,000 young people in Derbyshire are on a waiting list to see a play which draws attention to the issues of child sexual exploitation. I'll have more on this in my 09:00 bulletin.
Derbyshire antiques expert Charles Hanson has opened his heart to talk about his cancer battle and the loss of his son.
A drama teacher from Derbyshire has been struck off for getting too close to his pupils.
An independent panel said 57-year-old's Christopher Mallinson's actions including kissing a girl on her forehead and letting a girl ruffle his hair.
The panel concluded there was no sexual motivation or harm to pupils at Swadlincote's William Allitt School but said his behaviour blurred professional boundaries.
Burton Albion's reward for knocking QPR out of the Capital One Cup is a third round home tie against Brighton.
Derby County were also drawn at home, against Reading.