Local from Thursday, July 11th, 2019
A53 flyover to remain closed as decision yet to be made on fixing broken expansion joint
A broken expansion joint has been confirmed as the cause of issues affecting the A53 flyover at Etruria.
Man charged after cannabis plants believed to be worth £2.6m seized
Cannabis plants with a street value believed to be in the region of £2.6m has been seized in Stoke-on-Trent.
Police appeal for help in tracing two wanted men
Police in Macclesfield are appealing for help in tracing two men wanted on suspicion of a series of shoplifting offences.
Dashcam footage appeal following Stafford incident
Detectives are appealing for dashcam footage after two cars sped out of a Stafford hotel, before one hit a garden wall.
Former Npower building in Stoke-on-Trent gets new lease of life
It's hoped that the former Npower offices in Fenton could see several hundred jobs created after being transformed into a business hub.
Staffordshire police dog injured on duty thanked by namesake
A get well message has been sent to a Staffordshire police dog, who was injured on duty, by his namesake.
Ruth Smeeth has her say on anti-semitism after TV programme was aired
Stoke North MP Ruth Smeeth says last night's Panoroma programme has yet again laid bare the scale of Labour's anti-semitism problem.
More jobs on the cards on former city steel works site
Work has started to build 11 industrial units and create around 150 jobs on the former Shelton Bar steel works in Stoke-on-Trent.
Investigative work on flyover could last until weekend
Further investigations are being carried out over safety concerns on the A53 Festival Park flyover in Etruria.