Live updates for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire have finished for the day but we'll be back from 08:00 on Monday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.
- Updates for Friday 22 January 2016
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday
Weather Presenter, East Midlands Today
It will be dry and clear overnight but milder air means it won’t be particularly cold with lows of 3C (37F). We could see fog patches forming too.Copyright: BBC
It's a dry and bright start tomorrow but heavy showers arrive by the early evening with highs of 10C (50F).
BBC Local Live
A lollipop lady who's helped children in Stretton cross the road for 40 years says she is sad to be retiring.
Beryl Dolman, known locally as Dolly the Lolly, first began working outside William Shrewsbury School back in 1976.Copyright: BBC
She says she's looking forward to her new part-time role, listening to the children read.
These pictures show a former car showroom being transformed into a £500,000 trampoline park that will "wow" families in Derby.Copyright: Derby Telegraph
BBC Radio Derby Sport
Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough admits he can't really take the praise for his side's good defensive record.
The Brewers have conceded six fewer goals than any other side in League One, and Clough says the players complement each other well and there's a good defensive balance in front of a decent goalkeeper.Copyright: Empics
Burton Albion face Shrewsbury Town at home tomorrow.
Home Affairs Correspondent
A Burton woman accused of joining the Islamic State group has told her trial how she ran for the Turkish border, carrying her toddler son and his nappies in an attempt to flee Syria.Copyright: West Midlands Police
Tareena Shakil, 26, said a taxi driver took her to within 1km of the border after she bribed him to get her out of the warzone a year ago.
She told Birmingham Crown Court she went to Syria to find peace after fleeing an abusive relationship at home - but quickly realised she had made a massive mistake.
Ms Shakil denies encouraging terrorism and membership of a banned organisation - the trial continues.
BBC East Midlands sports editor
George Thorne has been speaking about Derby County's recent slump at a media conference this afternoon.Copyright: BBC
He said: "It's nonsense we're struggling. It's a positive dressing room and the fans can trust us."
BBC Radio Derby
Derby City Council is being awarded a share of £5m to help tackle rogue landlords.
Extra funding is being made available to 48 councils in England to reduce the number of vulnerable people being forced to live in squalid conditions.
East Midlands Today
Derby train-maker Bombardier is among five manufacturers invited to bid for a new London Underground contract, worth up to £2.5bn.Copyright: BBC
The firm with the winning bid will design and build trains for the Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Central and Waterloo and City lines by the early 2020s.
Other manufacturers asked to submit proposals include the Japanese company Hitachi and Germany's Siemens.
Derby Teaching Hospitals is bidding to form a partnership with Sherwood Forest Hospitals to help bring the Mansfield-based trust out of special measures.Quote Message: Over the past five years, we have established many partnerships with other hospitals across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and East Staffordshire. We are already providing some valuable support to Sherwood Forest Hospitals and we are keen to extend this to benefit staff and patients in the longer term.” from Helen Scott-South Interim chief executive, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Council bosses have defended having to pay out £1.7m in compensation following claims made by residents regarding roads and pavements.Copyright: Uttoxeter Advertiser
BBC Local Live
BBC Local Live
Police say one of the bodies found at an industrial premises in East Staffordshire will be repatriated now that the victim has been identified.
DNA techniques had to be used to establish that Khalid Sorki, from Afghanistan, was inside a crate when it was discovered at the Ferroli premises, at Branston, in November.Copyright: BBC
Det Ch Insp Dave Giles, from Staffordshire Police, said: "He is believed to be 16 or 17-years-old.
"We will never know his exact age as in Afghanistan dates of birth do not hold the same significance as they do here."
An accident has closed St Thomas Road in Derby in both directions at the Portland Street junction.
A broken down car is blocking a lane on the A52 eastbound between the Victoria Avenue junction in Derby and the M1.
BBC Local Live
From 'Freedom for Tooting' to the Freedom of Erewash, Citizen Smith actor Robert Lindsay is to be given the borough's highest honour.
Councillors voted to give the Ilkeston-born actor the accolade last night.
He'll become only the second individual to get it after cycling boss Dave Brailsford was awarded the freedom of Erewash in 2012.Copyright: BBC
It follows a campaign by local fan Danny Corns.
Mystery around cancer deaths continues as yet another man who died from glioma, possibly linked to Staveley Chemical, has emerged.Copyright: Derbyshire Times
A lane is blocked on the A38 southbound near Little Eaton Island following an accident.