The popular daytime show featured Blackburn Fire Station, where officers showed the dangers of getting into the driving seat after drinking alcohol.
ARTHUR Jack Hodgins braced himself as British planes bombed the train tracks he was forced to lay as a Second World War captive.
Gough, who was not allowed in court after he refused to wear clothes, was found guilty of breaching an Asbo banning him from being naked in public The "naked rambler" has been jailed for 11 months after being found guilty of breaching an anti-social behaviour order banning him from being naked in public just minutes after it was imposed.
A THANKSGIVING service will be held on Friday in memory of the social worker who drowned on the Greek holiday island of Corfu.
Robert Ian Finlay, 53, of Barnes Crescent, Bournemouth, faces 17 charges relating to making indecent photographs / pseudo-photographs of a child between January 1 2009 and April 4 this year.
In a bid to kick start Jamaica's chronically stagnant economy, the Caribbean country is wooing its citizens living abroad to invest in the island of their birth.
Now that could be a thing of the past. New York City has teamed up with AT&T to install 25 solar-powered charging stations for public use, available for free in parks and beaches across the five boroughs over the summer.
Charles Saatchi told a London newspaper Tuesday that he went to police voluntarily over an incident in which he grabbed his wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, by the throat to avoid it "hanging over all of us for months."
A headmaster has paid tribute to two of his teenage pupils who died after being struck by a passenger train.
Mel Wymore is a typical city council candidate in many ways, campaigning as a community board appointee, ex-PTA chair and founder of a roster of local organizations.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office has charged a former trader with conspiracy to defraud in the rigging of a benchmark interest rate.
The 75-year-old, who is appealing for the right to starve himself to death, shuns contact with others believing them beneath him - but also fears them Moors murderer Ian Brady carried a pen between his knuckles as a weapon for fear of others and only comes out of his room at night, a mental health tribunal heard today.
A legal observer "kettled" during a demonstration against Government cuts has won a High Court declaration that police acted unlawfully when they filmed her and required the handover of personal information before letting her go.
A MOVE to privatise more than 100 council jobs has been backed in Worcester with senior politicians describing it as imaginative.