Police firearms officers shot the dog dead and two people have been arrested.
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone says Labour Party has suspended him for another year over Hitler comments
A team of former military personnel hope to become the first all-disabled team to compete in Le Mans.
The murder accused wanted to use his friend's funds to repay debts of over £270k, a court hears.
Police searched a river and scrambled a helicopter in a bid to locate the boy, who was in his bedroom.
Sunderland give their support to manager David Moyes but describe his comments that a female BBC reporter might "get a slap" as "wholly inappropriate".
The British TV host will film three episodes of The Late Late Show in Westminster's Central Hall.
PC Gareth Browning was hit in 2013 by a stolen car he was trying to prevent getting away.
Bill Lord says offering the extra day off helps retain and attract staff.
We look back at the presenters who got their first break on Newsround, on the show's 45th birthday.
A convicted domestic abuser is ordered to tell police if he has a relationship for the next seven years.
Newcastle's former Odeon cinema crushed a bus shelter when it collapsed but no one was hurt.
The American co-owner of a fish and chip shop lands the prime catch in some tourism awards.
Detectives are examining woodland in South Lanarkshire close to where Emma Caldwell's body was found in 2005.
The tags, sprayed on the river-front homes in Cambridge, are thought to be a protest against the development.
Radio Times readers have voted for the best TV dramas of the 21st Century - but do you agree?
Dr Rebecca Ovenden had posted on Facebook in the past about the pressures of working in A&E.
City Hall hopes it will result in a 50% drop in vehicle emissions by 2020.
A married couple who subjected a disabled woman to a catalogue of horrific sexual assaults is jailed.
Six more people charged after teenage asylum seeker attacked in Croydon, south London
Two hooded men are caught on camera damaging 60 cars at a dealership in Gunthorpe.
John McAreavey returns to Mauritius where his wife Michaela was strangled on their honeymoon.
The popular shopping centre clock, which blows bubbles, is being restored by a company in London.
Demolition work on the 1930s cinema began earlier this year.
A burglar on bail ran up the huge bill after North Wales Police issued him with a mobile phone.
Alfie Dobson spent £99 on more than 50 in-app purchases linked to his dad's credit card.
Ellie May says Michael Lane stalked her before killing Shana Grice.
The husband of a honeymooner murdered in Mauritius in 2011 is to make a direct appeal for help in bringing her killers to justice.
Former US Democratic presidential candidate joins new Great British Bake Off TV host Sandi Toksvig at festival.
The prince follows in the footsteps of Princess Diana by campaigning to rid the world of landmines.
Church of England says dropping the word Easter from the annual egg hunt is "airbrushing faith".
The Brexit committee says ministers' "no deal is better than a bad deal" claim is "unsubstantiated".
Pop singer Vanessa White invites us into the studio as she makes her new EP, Chapter 2.
What do the responses to the events of 22 March tell us about interfaith relations?
Putting parents at the centre of care for premature babies leads to better outcomes, doctors say.
The National Crime Agency says 3,805 people were referred for help in 2016, up from 1,745 in 2013.
Theresa May will push for trade on a visit to Saudi Arabia but humanitarian issues also figure.
One homeowner tells BBC 5 live he's spent years trying to sort out a range of issues.
Pictures following the explosion on the Russian city's metro dominate Tuesday's front pages.
Planning permission in principle is granted for a film studio to be built on the outskirts of Edinburgh.