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  1. Updates for Friday 15 July 2016

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Thanks for reading our updates today. Local Live will be back on Monday at 08:00

  2. Weather on St Swithern's Day: Wet...

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    It’s St Swithin’s Day, it has rained, therefore we are doomed now for 40 days. Or maybe not. 

    More than likely not as it looks dry, fine and warm on Sunday and Monday and, at this stage, Tuesday too. However, some rain tomorrow…

  3. Rachel Webb: 'Tom was everything to me'

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Here's a little more from the mother of Tom Webb, who spoke to reporters outside court after seeing a teenager found guilty of her son's murder.

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    Video caption: Mother's pity for family of son's killer
  4. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Here's our final recap of the main headlines:

    • The mother of Tom Webb pays tribute as a teenager is found guilty of his murder
    • Drivers complain of major delays around the Kingsway retail park
    • Derby County have unveiled their new away kit
  5. Your views: New Rams kit

    Facebook

    A few more Facebook comments about the new Rams away kit...

    Phil Butt writes: A bit too dark for my tastes.

    Howard Wall says: Nice strip,pity about the logo.  

    Derby County away kit
  6. Chris Henchcliffe death: Family pay tribute

    The family of Chris Henchcliffe, who died on Tuesday after being attacked in Chesterfield town centre ten days before, have been paying tribute.

    Chris Henchliffe

    They said the former soldier was a "marvellous daddy" and a "crazy, wonderful son".

    Two men who were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm have been released on bail.

  7. Tears for Peaty at farewell party

    BBC Radio Derby

    City of Derby swimmer and Olympic medal favourite Adam Peaty got a surprise send-off to Rio last night at Repton School.

    Adam Peaty

    The Olympics begin in just three weeks and dozens of supporters from the City of Derby Swimming Club threw a party to wish him well.   

  8. Travellers take over Ashbourne car park

    BBC Radio Derby

    There are about 50 traveller caravans on a car park in Ashbourne. 

    The travellers, who arrived at Shawcroft car park last night, told police and council staff they'll be there for a couple of nights and are on their way somewhere else.

  9. Anger at Kingsway traffic light chaos

    Facebook

    Susan Colbourne writes: "Just to say that since they turned the traffic lights on at what was an island into the Kingsway shopping area it is absolute chaos. 

    "Took 2 hours to get out of it on Wednesday. Had a hospital appointment today so wanted to call in - chaos again, just went round the little island at the bottom and drove out. 

    "If it is going to be like that all the time, (a) the shops will lose out, (b) I'm certainly not shopping there again.

  10. Jail for distraction burglar who targeted pensioner

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Remember this distraction burglar who posed as a council worker to steal from a Chesterfield pensioner in her own bungalow?

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    Video caption: A man who posed as a council worker to steal from a pensioner is jailed

    It happened in February. Police say the culprit has now been jailed for four years.

  11. Market Hall cash bid looks doomed

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    The council says the "commercial viability" of the scheme is one reason it would be unlikely to get money from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  

  12. Setback for Market Hall revamp plan

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    Plans to renovate Derby's Market Hall have been thrown into doubt - the council's been told a lottery bid is unlikely to succeed.  

  13. Travel: Delays on the M1

    BBC Travel

    There's a lane closed on the M1 southbound at J29 because of a broken down vehicle.

  14. More Kingsway traffic misery

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    We've been sent this photo by Nicola Vincent, who complains she's been queueing to leave Sainsbury's at Kingsway for more than 90 minutes.

    Traffic jam

    There have been major delays around the retail park for several days due to changes to traffic lights. Get in touch by email if you've been affected.

  15. 'Stupidity' of knife decision

    Det Ch Insp Dave Cox, who led the investigation into Tom Webb's murder, has been talking about the "abject stupidity" of people like Haris Mohammed who choose to carry knives.

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    Video caption: Det Ch Insp Dave Cox talks about Haris Mohammed
  16. Watch: Tom Webb's mother pays tribute

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Here's Rachel Webb's statement in full.

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    Video caption: Tom Webb's mother Rachel pays tribute to her murdered son
  17. Mother pays tribute to murdered son

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Speaking outside court, Tom Webb's mother Rachel said she felt "utterly lost" without him.

    Rachel Webb

    She said: "Tom was a warm, kind, loving son. He was my rock."

  18. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Here's a quick recap of our top stories right now:

    • A 16-year-old boy is found guilty of the murder of Tom Webb
    • Margaret Beckett calls the attack in Nice "chilling and dreadful"
    • Derby County unveil their new away kit for the 2016/17 season
  19. Pic shows Tom Webb minutes before murder

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    This CCTV image shows Tom Webb and his two friends leaving Tesco in St Peter's Street just before the fatal clash with Haris Mohammed.

    CCTV on St Peter's Street

    Mr Webb, 22, is the one in the middle.

  20. Butterfly knife used to kill Tom Webb

    Gavin Bevis

    BBC Local Live

    Haris Mohammed used a butterfly knife - a type of folding pocket knife - about seven inches long to stab Mr Webb.

    Butterfly knife

    Michael Auty QC, prosecuting, said: "He must, at the very least, have had the intention to cause some really serious bodily harm."