Felix is now the official senior pest controller at Huddersfield train station.
This is how crime-fighting will work in future: eagle vs drone.
The attack took place at a weigh-in ahead of the Clash of the Clans boxing event scheduled to take place in Dublin on Saturday.
Nice work if you can get it.
Police said Akhtar Javeed, 56, was killed in the Digbeth part of the city on Wednesday night.
The family of a man who went missing in Northern Ireland in 1994 have said he is not the man who was mysteriously found dead at a beauty spot in December.
West Yorkshire police said the discovery of a woman and two children in a house near Leeds on Tuesday could be connected to the death of a man on cliffs in north Wales.
The Metropolitan Police Federation has warned that public stunts by the popular British YouTubers could result in one of them being shot.
Edward Tenniswood, 51, has been charged with the murder of India Chipchase, from Northampton, who was reported missing on Saturday morning.
The family of Private Cheryl James won a legal fight for there to be a second inquest, 21 years after she was found dead at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey.
Greater Manchester police are investigating whether a man found dead on a hillside last month after travelling from London to Lancashire was someone who went missing in Northern Ireland in 1994.
Aravindan Balakrishnan, 75, was sent to prison for 14 separate crimes, including imprisoning three women, rape, and child cruelty.
Tim Briggs, the leader of the Conservatives in Lambeth, has provided legal advice in as many as 10 repossessions in the borough.
Both men appeared in court charged with the murder of Daniel Smith last week – and BuzzFeed News has learned that homeless people in the city are now scared for their own safety.
It is thought the man, who was found dead on a hill beside Dove Stone Reservoir on 12 December, may have been returning to the site of a 1949 plane crash.
Doha’s successful bid for the 2019 World Athletics Championship, and its failed bid for the 2017 championship, will be investigated by the sport’s governing body.
A family court judge ruled that toddler Poppi Worthington died after being sexually abused, but no one was arrested or charged. The CPS is now looking at the file again.
The man, who can’t be named for legal reasons, has to tell North Yorkshire police about any sexual activity at 24 least hours before it happens or will face up to five years in jail.
Exaro News published leaked findings from Dame Janet Smith’s long-running inquiry into how the BBC handled allegations of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile – and the news website’s editor says the corporation was planning to wait until after this year’s charter renewal before publishing it.
The Crown Prosecution Service has been criticised by its official watchdog for calling vulnerable people to give evidence without assessing the risks.