Police involved in the fatal shooting of a man in Luton are to ask a coroner for anonymity at an inquest.
Thames Valley Police said they were still investigating the circumstances of the crash.
Aidan Chaves admits having an offensive weapon but denies making threats against fans.
The man was airlifted to hospital after falling from the roof of St Albans City FC's ground.
The blind and partially deaf Labrador was pulled from a waterlogged muddy hole by fire crews.
Winston Abela, 74, spends four hours a day tending to his garden.
National League side Leyton Orient sign winger Jobi McAnuff on a one-year deal from Stevenage on a free transfer.
BBC Sport takes a closer look at the outsiders in the English field looking for a memorable week at Royal Birkdale.
Billy Joe Saunders must impress against Willie Monroe Jr if he wants to unify the middleweight division, says Frank Warren.
League Two side Stevenage sign former Reading defender Terence Vancooten on an one-year deal.
League Two side Stevenage are asking fans to help fund the development of the North Stand via a 'mini-bond' scheme.
League One side MK Dons sign winger Gboly Ariyibi on a season-long loan deal from Nottingham Forest.
Three-time world champion equals record set by Jim Clark and Alain Prost with dominate win at Silverstone.
The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware.
The three will answer questions about Russia's alleged interference in last year's US election.
Research shows Aboriginal people entered Australia up to 18,000 years earlier than thought.
The head of the Organization of American States denounces the government's "repressive tactics".
The 80-year-old US senator may undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatment, a statement says.
It's extraordinary so many Indians don't know enough about their new president, said a Dalit writer.
The president says the actions of Jeff Sessions over Russia inquiries were "very unfair" to him.
'A prince assaults citizens' is tweeted more than 200,000 times in the Arab world in 24 hours
German citizens and firms are advised that they face risks in Turkey following "arbitrary" arrests.
For years the tentacles of the group, run by a one-eyed criminal, ran deep inside Rome's City Hall.
"A lot was said about this, but in the end we played some music," Thom Yorke told fans in Tel Aviv.
US officials say the move is part of an effort to improve ties with Russia, Bashar al-Assad's ally.
Mick Fanning was back at the beach where he was attacked by a shark in 2015.
Film-maker Rob Spence used his bionic eye to record a mini documentary about cyborgs.
Body camera video shows a Baltimore policeman planting drugs at a crime scene in January, lawyers say. One officer has been suspended.
Pavel Sheremet's friends say they are making more progress investigating his murder than the police.
Chinese authorities also appear to have stopped users sending photos and voice messages.
An Uber driver made a special delivery after trying his hand at midwifery when a pregnant woman went into labour in the back of his car in Los Angeles.
Andrew Harding reports on the family accused of buying political influence in South Africa and the British PR firm mixed up in the scandal
The three-time world champion is pulled from a competition in South Africa after a shark sighting.
Despacito, the most-streamed song of all time, is banned from state stations over its "sexy" lyrics.
Tallinn ditches Russia-based method of measuring heights above sea level, adding up to 24cm to some areas.
Narendra Modi says he rather be given the leaves of a book instead of flowers on his official visits.
Dave Gahan is recovering from a bout of food poisoning which forced the band to scrap a gig in Minsk.
As OJ Simpson faces parole, here is a recap of the football hero whose downfall gripped America.
Russian warships sailing from the Black Sea to Syria pass through the centre of one of Europe's biggest cities - where amateur ship spotters watch their every move.
A 1.5-tonne slab will have to be moved to allow DNA testing to settle the contentious claim.
A presidential commission's meeting "to hear the voice of the American voter" is invite-only.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Yousra Elbagir explores Sudanese women's appetite for weight gain pills.
Officials have released few facts about the Australian woman killed by a Minneapolis police officer.
David Johnston lightly touched the Queen on the elbow as she descended some steps at Canada House.
A clinical psychologist is experimenting with 'problem solving booths', staffed by strangers.
for big school? Children get ready for the next step and describe their expectations.
Could a brain injury identity card help a former soldier who gets refused service in bars?
Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom provokes laughter with a slip-up.
TSB customers will be able to try out iris scanning technology to access their bank account.
Some homes were left swamped in up to six inches of water following torrential downpours.
When 'Ranjeep' told his family that he was gay, at first his father advised him to marry a woman.
The newly elected leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council has been heckled over the Grenfell fire.
Lightning storms across the East of England destroy one man's home and cause travel chaos.
It often presents in old age but there are steps you can take before then to keep your brain healthy.
Our media editor Amol Rajan says the gender pay gap could lead to big problems for the BBC.
Footage emerges of actor Paul Nicholls, who was stranded with two broken legs for three days.
Resident Mary Roberts talks about losing some of her possessions in flash floods in Coverack village, Cornwall.
At least two people were airlifted out of their home in Coverack after the village was hit by flash flooding.
The MP for the Bard's home town is ticked off for "gesticulating in a distinctly eccentric manner".
Thunderstorms swept across areas of England and Wales last night.
Reinwood Junior School is one of several in West Yorkshire which carries out lockdown drills.
The BBC's director general says it's unfair to publish the salaries of stars who earn more than £150,000.
Mamudu Rumayatu wants accommodation suitable for her adopted grandson, who has autism and ADHD.
Some are the most memorable adverts of all time but ads that portray sexism will be banned.
Some of Jane Austen's biggest fans give their reaction to the new £10 note which features the author 200 years after her death.
Charities are processing 174 tonnes of physical donations and almost £20 million in financial donations to Grenfell survivors.
Two polar guides have been married in the first official wedding ceremony in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
Five-year-old Kyran Duff has been given an award after calling 999 when his mum lost consciousness.
The British tennis ace and baking fan is given cakes on BBC Breakfast, but it doesn't quite go to plan.
A charity, which provides a coffee and advice service, needs £25,000 to replace its stolen vehicle.
As the second round of Brexit negotiations looms, BBC World Service asked three experts how you go about getting what want.