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  1. Good night

    Tom Darby

    BBC Live reporter

    That's all from us for today - thanks very much for joining us.

    We'll be back at 06:00 BST tomorrow morning with more of the county's news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Have you seen missing Trinity?

    Trinity Gibbs

    Police are concerned about missing Lancing teenager Trinity Gibbs.

    The 13-year-old was last seen on Sunday (13 August) at 19:00 BST and it's believed she got on a train from Lancing heading towards Littlehampton or Bognor.

    Police believe she could be in Bognor, particularly the Dorset Road and Collyer Avenue area.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact police here or call 101 quoting serial 1373 of 13/08.

  3. Do you know these men?

    CCTV of two men

    Police want to speak to them about a burglary at a house in Linch Road, Woolbeding, near Midhurst, just before 16:00 BST on Monday (14 August).

    A Samsung Galaxy Tablet, a Kindle Fire, cash and jewellery were stolen.

    Anyone with information should contact Sussex Police here or call 101, quoting serial 902 of 14/08.

  4. Will the drizzle return?

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter, BBC South East

    We've got a nice day ahead, but things will get patchy after that.

    Find out more in my latest forecast.

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    Video caption: Rachel Mackley has the weather forecast for the south east
  5. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A265 East Sussex both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A265 East Sussex both ways severe accident, between Burgh Hill and Burgh Hill.

    A265 East Sussex - A265 Station Road in Hurst Green closed and slow traffic in both directions between East and West, because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  6. 'Respect the water' this August

    The RNLI is urging people to "respect the water" this summer as part of a drowning prevention campaign.

    The charity says more people die in UK waters in August than any other month.

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    Video caption: RNLI launches campaign during 'deadliest' month
  7. Would you send your kids to school on this bus?

    Paul Clifton

    Transport correspondent, BBC South Today

    A school minibus has been filmed ignoring warning lights at a West Sussex level crossing.

    New cameras at the crossing near Yapton have caught 150 drivers jumping the red lights in two months.

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    Video caption: A school minibus has been filmed ignoring warning lights at West Sussex level crossing
  8. Feeling really warm this afternoon

    Georgina Burnett

    BBC Weather

    Another pleasant day to come tomorrow.

    Here's the latest forecast.

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    Video caption: Lunchtime weather South East
  9. Teenager with water allergy launches YouTube channel

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A teenager from St Leonards who suffers from a rare allergy to water has started her own YouTube channel to raise awareness of the condition.

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    Video caption: Teenager with water allergy launches YouTube channel
  10. ICYMI: Part-time soldiers put new skills into action

    Amanda Akass

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    Part-time soldiers from Kent, Sussex and Surrey have spent two weeks training alongside the US military in Michigan

    The reserve battalion of the Princess of Wales's Royal regiment have been taking part in an exercise designed to get NATO forces practicing working alongside each other.

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    Video caption: Part-time soldiers put new skills into action
  11. BreakingMan and two children 'found safe and well'

    Robert Roche and his two small children have been found safe and well in Brighton.

    They had been missing since Monday morning from their home in Hove.

    They were spotted earlier in London Road, Brighton, just after 10:00 BST by a police community support officer.

    The man and children are currently with officers for a welfare and health check, and to establish the circumstances of their disappearance.

    Quote Message: It is a big relief to everyone to know they have been found, and we would like to thank the public and news media for all the interest they have showed during the search. In particular, we had a call this morning from a member of the public who had seen a man with children answering the descriptions in the area of London Road, which really helped us focus our search." from Supt Ed De la Rue Sussex Police
    Supt Ed De la RueSussex Police
  12. 'Catherine's so kind, it breaks my heart'

    An Eastbourne hotelier got to know a homeless man sleeping outside her hotel, and now she's helping him make a fresh start.

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    Video caption: An Eastbourne hotelier gives a homeless man a fresh start
  13. Commuters braced for rise in rail fares

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Southern train

    Commuters will find out later how much train tickets will rise next year, with warnings there could be the highest increase in five years.

    The Government links the annual January rise in fares with the July Retail Price Index, which will be revealed at 09:30 BST.

    The RMT union says fares could go up by as much as 3.9% which would increase the price of a season ticket between Brighton and London Bridge by £134 to just under £4,000 a year.

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    Video caption: A school minibus has been filmed ignoring warning lights at West Sussex level crossing
  15. Are you worried about credit cards or loans?

    Danny Pike

    Presenter, BBC Sussex

    Financial expert David Cresswell is taking your calls this morning.

    Get in touch by calling 03459 570057.

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    Video caption: Danny Pike's promo
  16. Rural crime figures published

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Rural crime in the South East has risen sharply in the first half of this year, according to countryside insurer NFU Mutual.

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    Video caption: Rural crime figures published
  17. Brighton and Hove cashes in on parking charges

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Brighton and Hove City Council has taken more money through parking charges than any other outside London, according to the RAC.

    Pay by phone parking sign

    It took £29m in the 12 months up to May 2016.

    The council admits there was a £15m surplus after expenses but said most of that was spent on bus passes for older and disabled people.