Liberal Democrats win a crucial seat on Northumberland Council after two recounts and the drawing of straws.
Jim Torbett, from Glasgow, is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court later.
The search for Corrie Mckeague is one of the most expensive undertaken by Suffolk Police.
Natalia Martínez had been trapped by heavy snow and high winds on Canada's Mt Logan, her team say.
For the first time ever, Carly Simon sings the fourth verse of her greatest hit, You're So Vain.
BBC Sport takes a look at how the final day of the English Premiership season is shaping up, with plenty still to be decided.
The Conservatives have made gains in the local council elections, with Labour and UKIP losing out, as the early results are declared.
Restrictions have been put in place around the infected premises to limit the risk of the disease spreading.
Tim Bowles becomes first metro mayor for the West, beating Labour candidate in second round of voting.
It is the final day of campaigning for Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron ahead of Sunday's vote.
Conservatives take an extra 14 seats to increase hold on Essex County Council.
Your morning briefing for 5 May 2017
Researchers hope a new project will provide relief for sufferers of cluster headaches.
Parents say they were threatened with jail and children with foster care for refusing to get off.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford can become even better by finding inspiration in three modern greats, says BBC Radio 5 live analyst Pat Nevin.
New safety measures at Yorkgate train station after residents report drug dealing in the area.
Northern Ireland paper £5 notes stay in use, despite withdrawal of the Bank of England's version.
Usain Bolt tells BBC Sport's Steve Cram he was "upset" to lose his Beijing 2008 Olympic relay medal after team-mate Nesta Carter failed a drugs test.
The skydiving centre says it believes the man may have had a heart attack or stroke during his jump.
Some of the UK's leading festivals are blacking out their websites to highlight a zero tolerance approach to sexual assault at their events.