Severe weather in Derbyshire
UK weather maps: click on Key and tabs for extra detail
- Lakes, Rivers & Sea
Temperature tab only
Temperature tab only
The district council said work to restore Matlock Bath's Jubilee Bridge had been completed "on time and on budget".
As well as being strengthened and repainted, the 1887-built walkway has also had new floodlighting installed.
An 18-year-old man suffered a broken jaw when he was punched after leaving McDonald's in Derby in the early hours of Sunday.
Police said the assault followed a row with four men near the fast food restaurant on St Peter's Street shortly after 04:00.
We've introduced BBC Local Live to bring you the latest news, sport, travel and weather all in one place. Tell us what you think.
Derby County U21 defender Josh Lelan has joined Swindon Town on a month-long youth loan deal.
The central defender is currently in his second year as a professional with the Rams, after graduating from the academy last summer.
As BBC Radio Derby begins broadcasting on DAB Digital Radio for the first time, listeners have been getting in touch to let us know where the signal from our Quarndon transmitter has been reaching.
So far people have reported hearing us in Stretton, Ockbrook, Burntwood (Staffordshire), Alfreton, Tutbury, Chaddesden and Mickleover.
The top stories in our 16:00 bulletin are:
High Peak MP Andrew Bingham has been appointed as a Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to Defence Minister Mark Francois.
Mr Bingham said: "Given my rebellious nature over the last four years, I was very surprised to be asked."
A teenager who did not know how to make a cup of tea has now set up a business producing up to 200 bottles of iced tea each day.
BBC Sport Online has more on Burton Albion signing goalkeeper Jon McLaughin.
Brewers manager Gary Rowett said: "He's played over a hundred games for Bradford and he was as good as any other goalkeeper in the division."
Police have confirmed a Derby man has joined a terrorist group in Syria.
Kabir Ahmed is thought to be in a training camp run by Isis, the organisation that has swept through large parts of Iraq.
At 15:15, I'll be finding out about a Panini sticker swap shop and a Derby County memorabilia appraisal day which is happening at Quad this weekend. Listen live.
Our top stories at 15:00 are:
If you missed my interview with Britain's Got Talent duo Bars and Melody, you can listen to it here.
Visitors to the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas are being asked to help create a large outdoor work of art using the themes of remembrance and World War One.
People are invited to contribute their war stories to the memory tree - a temporary outdoor sculpture in the grounds of the arboretum.
Police have been given extra powers to tackle nuisance behaviour by people drinking on the streets of Shirebrook.
A Designated Public Place Order, which covers the whole village, has been brought in by the council following numerous complaints from residents.
An autistic boy missed a month of education because of a lengthy delay in Derby City Council sorting out his school place.
Burton Albion say they have signed goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin on a one-year deal.
The 26-year-old Scotsman was a free agent after leaving Bradford City yesterday.
Matlock Bath's Jubilee Bridge has reopened after restoration work over the last three months.
The walkway has been repainted in its original colours from 1887, replacing the maroon and cream scheme, which has been in place since 1987.
Our top stories at 14:00 are:
BBC Travel News says Markeaton Lane in Derby is partially blocked because of the large number of parked cars near the Mundy Play Centre.
The Jubilee Bridge, in Matlock Bath, has been reopened to the public today following an extensive £210,000 restoration
Bays at Derby bus station are to be resurfaced next month.
The three-week project will start on 4 August and will involve several stops being moved to the Morledge, Derwent Street and Corporation Street.
A 24-year-old cyclist from South Derbyshire was one of three injured in a hit-and run in Kent, police have said.
The cyclists were struck by a vehicle on the A2 in Ashford on Tuesday night. You can read more online.
Stories in the 13:00 bulletin include:
On BBC One at 13:30, police confirm a Derby man has joined a terrorist group fighting in Syria.
We'll also be looking around the Commonwealth Games village with some of our local athletes and we're live at an East Midlands zoo celebrating a special birth.
Young musical duo Bars & Melody, who came third in this year's Britain's Got Talent competition, recorded an interview with Andy Potter this morning. These fans turned out to see them arrive.
You can hear the interview on BBC Radio Derby after 13:00.
Midfielder Dan Bradley has signed a new two-year contract with Alfreton Town.
The 25-year-old former England C international is rejoining the Reds from Barnet following a misunderstanding over relocation arrangements.
Residents in a Derbyshire village will see their "dream become a reality" as they are to get their own village hall thanks to a grant of £500,000.
To mark the start of the Commonwealth Games, BBC News Online has created a quiz which tells you which sport you are most suited to.
I got judo and athletics (jumping and middle-distance running).
In my 12:00 bulletin, we hear from Burton MP Andrew Griffiths on why he has concerns about leadership at the trust in charge of the town's Queen's Hospital. Listen live.
Duffield squash player Nick Matthew will lead out Team England at tonight's opening ceremony for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The three-time world champion was nominated for the honour by his fellow athletes.
The chief executive of Burton Hospitals NHS Trust says she fully believes the trust will be out of special measures within the next six months.
Helen Ashley said: "We're already talking to the Care Quality Commission about when they might come back and re-review the hospital [Queen's Hospital] because we're very confident that, within a few months, we'll have made all the changes we need to make."
Tell us what you think of BBC Local Live. We'd like your feedback about this service.
The cloud has burnt back to reveal plenty of sunshine which will be with us for the rest of the day.
At times it may turn a bit hazy but, even with a refreshing easterly breeze, it'll feel hot with highs of 25C (79F).
My 11:00 bulletin includes these top stories:
Derby County midfielder James Bailey has joined Barnsley on a free transfer.
The 25-year-old made 65 appearances during a four-year spell with the Rams.
On Friday we'll be broadcasting live from Ladies Day at Uttoxeter Racecourse. Today I'll be talking to the only trainer in Derbyshire with two horses competing. Listen live.
An electric transformer the size of a bungalow is due to arrive in Burton tomorrow.
Burton MP Andrew Griffiths indicated Helen Ashley's position as chief executive of Burton Hospitals NHS Trust was under pressure after it emerged the trust faces another six months in special measures.
He said: "The buck absolutely stops with the chief executive. It's quite clear that if the hospital is not out of special measures within this six-month period, then Helen Ashley will have even bigger questions to answer."
The top stories in my 10:00 bulletin are:
Derby County suffered their first defeat of pre-season, losing 2-0 to Russian side Zenit St Petersburg in Austria.
New signing George Thorne was substituted in the first-half after picking up two knocks, but the Rams say there are no injury concerns over the 21-year-old midfielder.
The new-look Jubilee Bridge will be unveiled in Matlock Bath later.
The district council has spent three months strengthening and painting the walkway (pictured as it looked before work began) to restore it to its original 1887 condition.
A would-be suicide bomber in Syria is a father from Derby who has twice been convicted for spreading hatred against gay people in the city.
Midfielder Dan Bradley will be unveiled as an Alfreton Town player (again) later this morning.
He's left Barnet after just two months.
The switch-on has taken place and BBC Radio Derby is now official broadcasting on DAB Digital Radio.
This is the first phase of our DAB rollout, covering about 350,000 people in the Derby area from a transmitter in Quarndon, but more transmitters covering other parts of Derbyshire and East Staffordshire will be added over the next year.
A four-car accident is blocking two lanes of the M1 northbound at J24, reports our travel news team.
A broken down vehicle has also closed a lane on the M1 southbound between J29a and J29.
The chief executive of the trust in charge of Burton's Queen's Hospital says she's confident required improvements will be made ahead of its next set of inspections.
Yesterday the Care Quality Commission recommended the trust stay in special measures for a further six months as it needed to raise standards in a range of areas, including patient care, children's services and dementia provision.
BBC Radio Derby will officially start broadcasting on DAB Digital Radio shortly after 08:30.
However, tune us in now and you'll be able to hear Sally Pepper at the launch event at the iPro Stadium.
A grey start with mist in places. That will clear quickly and the cloud should lift and break to reveal plenty of warm sunshine. Light winds with highs of 26C (79F).
I'm here with today's news, sport, travel and weather updates for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire.
Take our test to see which Commonwealth Games events match your abilities
Is it acceptable to search ministers for weapons?
How spartan were Spartans? Did the Trojans have a horse?
Do four-year-olds need a graduation ceremony?
Is it possible to strengthen your brain's synapses while you slumber?
Why there is still hope and optimism for the rescue of Nigeria’s kidnapped schoolgirls
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.